Splatoon 2’s Next Splatfest Will Attempt To Answer A Classic Superhero Question

Splatoon 2’s Next Splatfest Will Attempt To Answer A Classic Superhero Question

Nintendo is keeping the Splatfest festivities moving forward with the next big topic following the showdowns between ice cream and cake, as well as ketchup and mayo. The next big thing for Splatoon 2’s Splatfest will tackle a controversial topic in the form of superheroes… more… Read full story

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Superhero Bits: Young Justice Season 3, Killgrave’s Return, Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite & More

Superhero Bits: Young Justice Season 3, Killgrave’s Return, Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite & More

How will Kilgrave return in the second season of Jessica Jones? How insane is the story for Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite? What does The Defenders have on Rotten Tomatoes? Is the Captain Marvel script starting over from scratch? Which Marvel character does Stan Lee want to see get their own movie? What’s in store for Young Justice season three? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. If you’re anticipating the new season of Young Justice, DC All Access has a tease that you’ll want to check out….

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Eric Zumbrunnen Dies: Spike Jonze’s Go-To Film Editor Was 52

Eric Zumbrunnen Dies: Spike Jonze’s Go-To Film Editor Was 52

Eric Zumbrunnen, an ACE Award-winning film editor who worked on several Spike Jonze films including Being John Malkovich and Best Picture Oscar nominee Her, has died. He was 52. His publicist Jason Kasperski told Deadline that Zumbrunnen died August 1 of cancer. Zumbrunnen began his career editing music videos and documentaries, including Iron Maiden: Donington Live 1992 and The Jim Rose Circus Sideshow. In the mid-1990s, he edited the videos for such modern rock hit…Read full story

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‘For the People’ Creator Paul William Davies Inks Overall Deal With ABC Studios

‘For the People’ Creator Paul William Davies Inks Overall Deal With ABC Studios

Paul William Davies, creator/executive producer of the upcoming ABC/Shondaland legal drama For the People, has signed an overall deal with the studio behind the series, ABC Studios. Written by Davies, For The People is set in the Southern District of New York Federal Court, aka “The Mother Court,” and follows brand-new lawyers working on opposite sides — for both the defense and the prosecution Davies comes from a legal background. He holds a J.D. degree from Stanford…Read full story

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‘The Tick’ Review: Amazon’s First Superhero Series Works Best Weird

‘The Tick’ Review: Amazon’s First Superhero Series Works Best Weird

The debut of Marvel’s The Defenders on Netflix tomorrow and The Tick on Amazon on August 25 makes clear that the summer is ending with a superhero show of strength, with the latter series from the House of Bezos distinctly and sometimes rather wonderfully weird. This version of the much-adapted Tick depicts a world where superheroes are the norm but real super villains are thought to be the stuff of myth. Simultaneously parodying and loving up the genre, the six-episode…Read full story

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Watch ‘The Nurse’, the Winner of ‘The Conjuring’ Universe Short Film Contest

Watch ‘The Nurse’, the Winner of ‘The Conjuring’ Universe Short Film Contest

Warner Bros.’ The Conjuring Cinematic Universe grew larger this month with the release of director David F. Sandberg‘s spin-off prequel Annabelle: Creation. Sandberg got his start making a short film called Lights Out that he then went on to adapt as a feature. Recently, he and Warner Bros. created a similar opportunity for up-and-coming filmmakers to get their names out there by holding a short film contest for stories that would fit well into the world of The Conjuring films. The United States winner has been announced (other countries’ winners will be announced soon), and…

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