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Great news for both Poulter and Stephen King fans! It remake: Will Poulter set to play evil clown Pennywise in Stephen King film adaptation British actor Will Poulter is reported to be in line to play evil monster Pennywise in the upcoming film remake of Stephen King’s It. At only 22, Poulter is thought to […]

Jon Stewart Announced Final Episode

April 21, 2015

Mark Your Calendars: Jon Stewart announced his final episode of The Daily Show will be August 6th, 2015. Here’s the Article: Jon Stewart confirms date of his final ‘Daily Show’ Stewart, who has fronted Comedy Central’s satirical news programme since 1998, revealed in February that he would be stepping down from The Daily Show later […]

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Game of Thrones Premiere Recap

April 13, 2015

In case you missed it, here’s a recap of the Season 5 premiere of Game of Thrones. While slow in some places,there were some promising moments that seem to foreshadow the direction the season will take. Here’s the Article: Game of Thrones’s Slow but Promising Season 5 Premiere Game of Thrones season premieres have a […]

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An Alien Nation Remake

March 30, 2015

The writers from Iron Man will write the screenplay for the remake of Alien Nation. Should be a great remake, incorporating why the aliens came to Earth in the first place. Here’s the Article: An Alien Nation remake will describe how and why aliens came to Earth Alien Nation, the 1988 buddy cop / sci-fi […]

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Reza Aslan on His New CNN Show About Religious Rituals

March 13, 2015

A few days ago, Deadline announced Reza Aslan’s new show on CNN about religious rituals. Hopefully, all those people who denounced Aslan and his books without knowing him or reading them will tune in and give the show a chance. Here’s the Article: Reza Aslan on His New CNN Show About Religious Rituals Reza Aslan, […]

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Is the Star Trek Economy a Welfare State?

February 13, 2015

The question was asked, on Quora, if the Star Trek economy was a welfare state. The answer is fascinating and though-provoking. Here’s the Article: Is the Star Trek Economy a Welfare State? In the Star Trek universe, most basic resources on Earth are essentially unlimited and are therefore distributed free of any cost or trade. […]

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Horror Story Eyes a ‘Huge Reinvention’ — Will Jessica Lange Be a Part of It?

January 19, 2015

If you are a fan of American Horror Story, you may be interested in this tidbit of news about Season 5. Read More: Horror Story Eyes a ‘Huge Reinvention’ — Will Jessica Lange Be a Part of It? Pressed to reveal the theme to follow Freak Show (which finales on Wednesday), Landgraf deferred, “I know […]

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Review: Culture Crash by Scott Timberg

January 8, 2015

I have to admit, I was sort of interested in Culture Crash: The Killing of the Creative Class by Scott Timberg when I first heard about it. I’m not sure now. I don’t want a book that discusses a culture crash from only the white male perspective, as described by Evan Kindley from Slate in […]

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ESPN Without Cable

January 6, 2015

Here is a really interesting about ESPN and not needing to be part of a cable bundle. Its pretty interesting. The author of the article is discussing his past articles and how his predictions have come to be incorrect. Read more: It’s Here: ESPN Without Cable In 2012, I wrote a column for The Atlantic […]

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‘The Walking Dead’ Companion Series Casts Cliff Curtis as Male Lead

December 5, 2014

This should make all of you ‘The Walking Dead’ fans happy! Read more: ‘The Walking Dead’ Companion Series Casts Cliff Curtis as Male Lead Cliff Curtis has been cast as the male lead in AMC”s “Walking Dead” companion series, Variety has confirmed. While AMC declined to confirm character details for Curtis’ role, based on the […]

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Chris Rock – What’s killing comedy. What’s saving America.

December 1, 2014

When one thinks Chris Rock, one doesn’t really start off with how intelligent he is, or how smart his comedy is – because he’s a great everyman. He’s the guy who can make you laugh and then make you think, and them make you laugh again, forgetting that you even had a moment of reflection. […]

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