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Michael Rosenbaum, Tom Welling, and Ian Somerhalder Reunite at Wizard Con

While we now have the Arroverse and a current TV Superman and a movie rendition of the Man of Steel, no one can deny that one of the best adaptations of Clark Kent was CW’s Smallville. Serving as the second longest running show on the network, after Supernatural; the show may have ended in 2011, but people still count it as a must-watch for any DC fans. Recently, former co-stars Michael Rosenbaum, Tom Welling, and Ian Somerhalder reunited for a pic at the Wizard World Chicago convention. Seeing these actors together is surely enough to make fans plead for a
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Actor Spotlight: Joel Kinnaman

While the Skarsgards are probably the most well-known band of brothers to come out of Sweden, another name you should know who hails from this Scandinavian country is Joel Kinnaman. Swedish-American, Kinnaman is known for such roles as Steven Holder in The Killing, Alex Murphy in RoboCop, and Rick Flagg in Suicide Squad. But, Kinnaman also has such projects as House of Cards and under his belt is a very good career in Sweden, which he left to focus on becoming a star in America. Kinnaman acted in films when he was young, studied in Texas, and even decided to
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The Long Night Grows Longer: ‘Thrones’ Not Set to Release Until Summer 2019

UGH. It’s been over 365 days since Cersei betrayed the Northern and Targaryen armies, since Jon and Dany had #BoatSex, and since the Hound threatened the FrankenMountain. There was a time that we thought the 8th, and final, season of Thrones would be coming in winter 2018, then that was shut down. Then we believed spring 2019, partially because of a cryptic Maisie Williams post, but more importantly because HBO President of Programming Casey Bloys said the show would return in the first of 2019. However, he seems to have been quite literal in that statement. In an interview with
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‘Iron Fist’ Season 2 to Introduce Daredevil’s Sidekick?

Taking to Twitter, Comic book writer Charles Soule revealed today that an actor named James Chen is slated to appear in the upcoming season of Iron Fist as a character named Sam Chung. Fans of Daredevil might remember that name as the Man without Fear’s sidekick, Blindspot. As created by Soule, Blindspot first appeared in the All-New, All-Different Marvel Point One one-shot immediately following Secret Wars in 2015. Chung has gone on to make 16 appearances throughout Soule’s run on the latest Daredevil title. The character of Blindspot doesn’t have any powers per se, however he did invent a suit that
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Lucifer Deleted Scene Sees the Return of Charlotte Richards

The complete third season of Lucifer will come to DVD next week, but a deleted scene was exclusively shared with comicbook.com and shows the return of a very familiar face. In the clip, “Welcome Back, Charlotte Richards”, we have Tricia Helfer showing up without the influence of Mom. It’s a pretty badass scene that you should definitely take a moment to watch! If you don’t remember, Helfer showed up in season two as her character Charlotte had the misfortune of being taken over by Lucifer’s mom, who was eventually cast out. As to why the decision was made to bring
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‘THE FLASH’ Cast America’s Got Talent Star Troy James As Rag Doll

CainanCainan is a walking talking Superman fanboy since age 2! He has been a lover of movies since he could understand them which was probably around the age of 5. Geeking out to He-Man, G.I. Joe, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and just about every other Saturday morning cartoon. An old school action flick kind of guy, he grew up with Arnold, Stallone, and Willis keeping him company. He is also big into technology and video games. From the classic NES to the PS4, he has played them all. He runs the Geek Vibes Nation Twitter account and is also the
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‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ Showrunner Reports How He REALLY Wanted the Series to End

Let’s go back in Mr. Peabody’s “Wabach Machine” or “Way Back Machine” depending on how you remember it, to February 11th, 1998 and see a Star Trek Deep Space Nine episode called “Far Beyond the Stars.” In this story, series lead Benjamin Sisko finds himself experiencing the life of Benny Russell, a black science fiction writer in 1950s America. Russell “imagines” Deep Space Nine as a story he’s trying to sell, but struggles with the racism of the era. In the end, this is revealed as a vision sent to Sisko from the prophets in the wormhole near Deep Space Nine.
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