Movies

The Lucky Charms cereal got a mischievously delicious limited edition to celebrate the Disney+ premiere of Loki this Wednesday. Called “Loki Charms,” the new limited edition brings the same cereals and marshmallows we love, inside a special box featuring the God of Mischief. With only 3500 boxes available for this limited edition, it’s not hard
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Everyone loves a good period romance, frolicking through 19th century England in long dresses and wavy updos, but sometimes you’ve got to spice it up a bit, and who could have guessed Jane Austen’s works would work so well in 1990s Los Angeles? Austen lived from 1775 to 1817, completing only six novels during her
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Created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger, and appearing for the first time in DC Comics’ Detective Comics #27 in 1939, Batman has had a long and ever-expanding list of supporting cast members. And every couple of years, when DC announces another Batman film reboot, the Dark Knight gets a new list of allies and
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Have you been waiting with bated breath over the next installments of your favorite movie franchises? With movie releases thrown into turmoil last year, there are a whole lot of highly-anticipated movies coming out this year, including some exciting sequels and spinoffs. Whether you are into superheroes, super detectives, horror, action, or movies for your
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Directed by Natalie Morales and written by Prathi Srinivasan and Joshua Levy, the Hulu comedy flick Plan B follows straight-laced high school student Sunny (Kuhoo Verma) and her slacker best friend Lupe (Victoria Moroles) on an adventure that neither one of them wants to have to take. But after a regrettable first sexual encounter, the
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Horror movie sequels generally face the same uphill battle that comedy sequels do- they must expand upon the original concept, while also not falling into patterns of repetition. The longest-running horror franchises like Halloween, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and Friday the 13th have remained exciting because the films play fast and loose with mythology,
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Video games. Hollywood’s next great frontier in the ever-expanding IP arms race. For a decade-plus now, studios everywhere have been scratching and clawing, digging and diving, to find the next great comic book intellectual property. From the MCU to DCEU, from The Boys to Invincible, comic books and superheroes have proved to be the backbone
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