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A couple of weeks ago we shared the trailer for the long-awaited Killing Joke adaption, originally written by Alan Moore and illustrated fantastically by Brian Bolland in 1988 and being regarded as one of the most compelling stories in Batman’s rich history. Well today we can now bring you another heap of news including a...
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Well, here it is, folks. This is our first look at the new Power Rangers suits. Excited or not, this movie is coming March 24, 2017. It’s being helmed by Dean Israelite (Project Almanac).  We got our first look at Elizabeth Banks’ Rite Repulsa last week, and it received mixed reactions. We’re still not sure...
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Today it’s been revealed that Internet sensation and fictional ghoul “The Slender Man” is about to get the Hollywood treatment, originally created when Something Awful forums organised a contest where members were challenged with making random photographs appear paranormal. One member named Eric Knudson posted two photos of children with the creepy apparition standing eerily...
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I hurried into the Examguideview local department store to grab1 some H12-211 exam questions last minute Chirsmas gifts. I looked H12-211 exam questions H12-211 exam questions IIA-CFSA syllabus at Itexamplan all the Cisco 100-105 Exam Topics people and CISA Exam Questions grumbled2 to myself. Cisco 100-105 Exam Topics I would be in here forever and...
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With Marvel setting up for Phase 3 of its Cinematic Universe, it’s also seeing immense success in its TV ventures, with plans for Luke Cage, Iron Fist and The Defenders all firmly in place, and Jessica Jones hitting the ground running, things are about to get even better. When Season 2 of Dare Devil premiered...
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Video games and movies haven’t always gone hand in hand, the majority always seem to fall short of the excellence they are attempting to emulate, but as with every story, there are always two sides and so we must also remember that on occasion, there have been “successful” efforts. Now I use quotations there because...
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When it was confirmed that Batman v Superman was going to arrive on DVD and Blu-ray as an R-Rated feature, there was also the news of the movie receiving additional footage, extending the run time to a previously undetermined length. But today after leaks from a Swedish retail outlet, it has been confirmed that the...
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The Hollywood Reporter announced today that Alicia Vikander has signed on to play the lead role of Lara Croft in the Tomb Raider reboot. Alicia Vikander is coming off a stelar 2015 which featured her winning an Academy Award for her performance in The Danish Girl and also had a great performance in the film Ex Machina. This news...
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DreamWorks Animation has been a staple in many of our conversations here at CinemaShelf, mainly because of their consistently good animated films. This past week has seen the announcement of the end of an era in the animation industry. Although, this doesn’t necessarily mean that not going to be getting more of the franchises DreamWorks...
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The official trailer for The Killing Joke has arrived. Here we get some nice dialogue over a number of sequences that we see are taken pretty faithfully from the graphic novel. Both Batman (Kevin Conroy) and The Joker (Mark Hamill) speak this time and there’s a very ominous feel throughout.   The Killing Joke debuts...
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It was announced at the Nintendo shareholder’s meeting in Japan that the new Zelda title coming to the Wii U will be delayed until March 2017 when the Nintendo NX is set to release. This is contrary to the November 2015 Nintendo Direct which stated that Zelda would be coming to the Wii U in 2016. We also...
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Spider-Man gets a few more seconds of screen time in a new international TV spot for Civil War. This comes in the weeks leading up to the movies release on May 6th. Many people who have already seen the movie claim that the airport sequence we have seen teased over and over is one of the best...
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When Deadpool arrived in theatres earlier this year (14th February), it was met with a hugely positive reception, and 20th Century Fox confirmed a sequel only a couple of weeks after its release. For those who haven’t seen the movie yet,  Deadpool, directed by Tim Miller, is based on Marvel’s most controversial anti-hero that tells...
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It’s probably well-known by now that Walking Dead’s sixth season wrapped up with quite the fanbase splitting cliffhanger, you either loved it or your hated it and the cliffhanger involved much-anticipated antagonist Negan making his introduction by battering one of our beloved survivors beyond recognition with his trusty barbed wire wrapped baseball bat Lucille. Fans...
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Stephen King’s horror classic “IT” has long been confirmed to be receiving a remake, and although spending a year in development hell, the film finally has a release date in place, and plans are now fully in motion. The project will be overseen by Warner Bros. and having seen Cara Fukunaga leave after many delays,...
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