Release Dates Announced For Harry Potter Spinoff Films

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(PCM) Warner Bros. films is gearing up to make quite a few more Harry Potter films with the announcement of release dates for the spinoff films “Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them”.

“Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them” is a spinoff trilogy set in the Harry Potter universe. Each film will be released individually in 2016, 2018 and 2020. As of right now the plan is to make films for the trilogy, however things are a bit open ended after 2020 and there could certainly be room for a few more films further down the line.

It is possible for each book to be expanded into two films as we have seen done in the past with other franchises such as The Hunger Games and even Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows.

The announcement about “Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them” was announced during a Time Warner … Read more

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Marvel Returns to Civil War

Spider-Man in his Ironman Spider Suit made by Tony Stark

Spider-Man in his Ironman Spider Suit made by Tony Stark

(PCM) Some call it a tease, but Marvel released a not so cryptic image that makes it clear.

Civil War is back. It will be back.

Marvel’s writers are tweeting about it, and Marvel released the following image from 2006’s Civil War with Captain America and Ironman pulling Spider-Man from both sides.

Oh No. Here We Go Again.

Civil War is Back in 2015

Civil War was a 2006 story that divided the Marvel Universe on a political hot potato, Superhero Registration.

The premise was simple for Marvel editors. Let’s have superheroes fight each other – it sells. They didn’t really have a political agenda but the story resonated with the politics of the early 2000’s. Some thought it was an analogous commentary on the United States Patriot Act.

The Civil War story had a very anti-climatic ending that culminated with a thud. In short the story was … Read more

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Woman Accuses Disney Of Stealing Her Life Story For The Movie “Frozen”

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(PCM) A woman by the name of Isabella Tanikumi is suing Disney for the amount of $250 million claiming that they stole excerpts of her life story for their mega-hit film “Frozen”.

Tanikumi, who is originally from Peru, says that “Frozen” pulls directly from her life and her book titled “Yearnings of the Heart” which was published back in 2010, which is her autobiography about her immigration from Peru to America.

Officially Disney has claimed that “Frozen” is based off of the Hans Christian Anderson story “Snow Queen”, however Tanikumi feels that the film is direct plagiarism of her own work. She only recently discovered the similarities after purchasing and watching the film with her young daughter.

Tanikumi, whose real name is Amy Gonzalez, has filed a copy right infringement suit in New Jersey and we have to admit that her story does share a few similarities with the Disney film … Read more

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Taylor Swift Talks Her Role In “The Giver” And More!

Taylor Swift Is Truly Giving

taylor-Swift3Taylor Swift is stretching herself in all of her creative endeavors.

The award-winning country singer currently plays the role of Rosemary in The Giver, which is based on a best-selling young adult novel of the same name.

The Giver is the haunting story of Jonas, (Brenton Thwaites), a young man who lives in a seemingly ideal, but colorless world, of conformity and contentment. It is a world without love, pain, or emotion, and it is portrayed in black and white.

As Jonas begins to spend time with The Giver, played by Jeff Bridges, who is the sole keeper of all of the community memories, he quickly begins to discover the dark and deadly truths of the community’s secret past.

He learns about The Giver’s daughter Rosemary, played by Swift, a piano player, who perished under the weight of all of the secrets. The new film, … Read more

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Our Inside Scoop Of The Film News Revealed At Comic Con 2014!

(PCM)Yesteday was a huge day for film annoucements at San Diego Comic Con 2014, with WB, Legendary, and Marvel all revealing big news to the thousands of fans in attendance.

We not only got to see the first footage of Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, but as a surprise the cast of the highly anticipated film made a brief appearance which caused the massive Hall H crowd to go wild as Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, and Gal Gadot graced the stage.

I also have to note that it was was truly amazing to see the newly expanded Hall H screens which assisted in making the film clips and footage shown even more impressive than ever…it’s all about the ambience right?

We also caught some amazing footage from Mad Max: Fury Road, which I have to say looks epic, gritty and intense, as well as an in-depth look at The … Read more

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Interview with Fifth Beatle author Vivek Tiwary

(PCM) While you may not know his face, you are certainly aware of his work! Vivek Tiwary is the author of the NY Times best-selling graphic novel “The Fifth Beatle”and also was the producer of the hit Broadway musical Green Day’s “American Idiot”.

Tiwary chatted with us about the upcoming film adaptation of “The Fifth Beatle” which is currently in pre-production. He revealed “we are still currently working on casting, but should have some announcements soon. We are talking to someone for the lead role of Brian Epstein”.

Tiwary told us that he has been a fan of The Beatles for as long as he can remember and credits his mother for introducing him to their music. He also said that Sir Paul McCartney sent him a note saying that he enjoyed the book and had his seal of approval. Tiwary says”It was surreal!”

Tiwary is also currently working on … Read more

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The Gospel According to Josh By Josh Rivedal, A Review

Gospel Josh(PCM) The Gospel According To Josh is a memoir of a young man who had to deal with his father’s suicide as well as his desire to end his own life. It is a book that never lets the reader down as he or she Journey’s with Josh down a hard a tear stained highway.

Josh Rivedal’s book begins with a synopsis of his childhood and his strained relationship with his dad. It moves forward quickly to the divorce of his parents and then comes even more quickly to his dad’s suicide. Josh handles this part of the book with a sense of dark humor. The humor is never disrespectful; it is honest in its telling. In fact Josh’s style of writing of really bad situations in a way allows the impact to come full force but without hurting the reader is a wonder all by itself, how he eventually … Read more

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Amazing Grace William Wilberforce and the heroic campaign to end slavery By Eric Metaxas A Review

amazing grace 2(PCM) Occasionally it’s good to take a look at your book shelf or shelves and think “What haven’t I read that I should have read a long time ago?” Such was the case with Eric Metaxas book Amazing Grace. The book came out as a tie in to the film that was made in 2007. Having seen the film I bought the book as William Wilberforce captivated me at the time. Then as happens often, I never got around to reading it. A mistake I now regret.

Wilberforce was the driving force behind the campaign to end the slave trade and to end slavery itself in England in the 17th and 18th centuries. He was born August 24, 1759 and died July 29, 1833. He was a small man of stature but a great orator and his voice still rings down the centuries today. This is because what he started … Read more

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The Gospel According To Josh

Josh RivedaleAfter a 60-city tour, Huffington Post columnist, playwright, performer, and international public speaker Josh Rivedal returns to New York City with The Gospel According to Josh—his autobiographical 30-character, 1-man show described as a parable, a mitzvah, and a comedy all rolled into one. Brent Buell directs. Four performances will be staged at The Players Theatre, 115 MacDougal Street in NYC from May 16-18, 2014. Performances will benefit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (afsp.org).

By the time he turns twenty-five, Josh thinks he’ll have had the perfect life—a few years singing on Broadway, followed by a starring role in his own television show. After which, his getaway home in the Hamptons would be featured in Better Homes & Gardens, and his face would grace the cover of the National Enquirer as Bigfoot’s not-so-secret lover. Instead, his resume is filled with an assortment of minor league theatre and an appearance on … Read more

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Take A Glimpse Into The Golden Age Of Hollywood And Win Big!

Take a glimpse into the golden age of Hollywood! Through in-depth narratives paired with rare photographs, these current releases from Running Press will give you a peek at some of classic Hollywood’s most famous photographers, actresses, and films. Each book provides an array of photos and rarely seen images from … Continue reading

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