This is a review for all 12 episodes of Love, now available on Netflix, but won't go into deep spoilers.
Love is back for Round 2 of relationship shadowboxing with Gillian Jacobs' Mickey and Paul Rust's Gus, picking up right where things left off last year - which would be Gus kissing Mickey after she confessed that she was a love and sex addict who needed to take some time off, perhaps a full year, from relationships. This cringe-worthy faux pas is immediately, and fortunately, addressed, becoming the crux of the entire second season. The lingering question that looms at all times is "should these two even be a couple, even be in a relationship, at this point in their lives?"
PAX East 2017 is in its final day, and in spite of the blistering cold, cosplayers were still out in force over the weekend, showing off their craft and cleverness.
We've compiled a gallery of images taken around the Boston Convention Center of some of the amazing cosplay on display. Some cosplayers provided links, so be sure to check out their hard work online.
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This week’s Star Wars Rebels mostly served as an amusing little side adventure for AP-5, Chopper and Wedge – in which we got to see Dark Chopper unleashed!
Timing-wise, it felt oddly placed to have this episode just five episodes after another droid-centric adventure in “Warhead,” with Wedge sort of tagging in for Zeb as the non-droid character in the story. And this episode definitely pushed the limits on how wacky you can get in a Star Wars story with its two musical (!) beats.
The first, with AP-5 and Chopper directly quoting (as much as Chopper “quotes”) "Anything You Can Do" from Annie Get Your Gun, at first had me groaning – but I must admit I laughed out loud when we came back from the title card and AP-5 was still saying, “Yes I can!”, proving that sometimes continuing a joke for what seems too long is actually a way to make it funnier.
UPDATE: It looks like Joseph Morgan is not a part of FOX's X-Men TV series after all. EW.com reports that the actor has not been cast in the project but was filling in for someone else at the cast read-through. Of course, given all the cast who have been announced so far are in that photo, it does beg the question who Morgan was filling in for and who they are playing.
As for the title, EW confirms it is indeed currently Gifted, but that is a working title and could possibly change before the show airs - should FOX order it to series.
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While 24: Legacy is definitely in the same universe as the original show, there have only been a few Easter eggs for fans to identify so far in the story. That changes in Monday’s new episode, as Tony Almeida’s return bridges the gap, solidifying the connection between the original long-running series and Legacy.
I recently got to chat with Carlos Bernard about his return to the franchise and how he sees his character as part of an iconic piece of television pop culture.
In addiiton, you can check out this exclusive behind-the-scenes look at Tony's return, featuring the 24: Legacy cast and producers discussing what it means to bring the character into the series.
The last time we saw Tony Almeida, he was planning his escape from prison, as seen in the shot called Solitary feature on the the 24: Live Another Day Blu-ray. As Bernard explained, “Solitary functioned as an out. They love the character and knew they wanted to use him again. The time constraint of the show made it hard. You can’t take time away from the main story for a prison break.”
Somehow, we did things that weren't playing Zelda this week. I mean, not many things, but definitely some things. Like watching excellent new horror film, Get Out, or thinking about how the Switch is already worming its tablet-y little way into our daily lives.
But yeah, mainly we just play Zelda now, and the breathless enthusiasm and inability to talk in a straightforward way about it you're about to hear will attest to that.
The first King Kong film was released in 1933, and in the years that followed, we have seen some crazy posters. With the release of Kong: Skull Island, and it’s bold and unique poster designs, we decided to look back and find some of the more audacious posters from across the Kong's 84-year history. Open the slideshow below to see the 8 Crazy King Kong Posters.
One interesting thing to note, is that King Kong has changed in size from film to film. For Kong: Skull Island, Director Jordan Vogt-Roberts explains why this version of King Kong is so big, which you can see in the video below.