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Things We Saw Today: Silk and Jessica Drew Are Joining The Animated Spider-Verse

Plus Aquaman, GOTG Vol.3 and more!

Last month, Sony announced plans for expanding the animated Spider-Verse, following the critical and commercial success of Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse.

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The Women of NCIS Defend Michael Weatherly After Eliza Dushku’s Harassment Settlement

Why do women continue to defend these men?

Two of Weatherly's former NCIS co-stars have spoken up with messages of support for the actor.

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DC Vertigo Cancels Border Town After Writer/Co-Creator Eric M. Esquivel Accused of Sexual Abuse

The accusations stem from a blog post by toy designer Cynthia Naugle titled "X, my experience with my abuser".

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Stephen Miller’s Spray-On Hair Distracts From His Terrible Policies Which Are Trash

Trump's toadie sports some hair in a can and social media was there to roast him.

Senior Trump adviser and Gollum impersonator Stephen Miller appeared on the CBS news program Face the Nation to discuss immigration and border security.

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Things We Saw Today: Deadpool Takes Over the Avengers: Endgame Trailer

Plus drones, spears and more!

If there's one thing you can count on the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it's that Deadpool is going to find a way to insert himself into the action.

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Top 5 Reasons Why Richard Donner’s Superman Remains a Superhero Classic

It's the 40th anniversary of the groundbreaking film, so let's take a look at what made it so iconic.

It's had to fathom it now, but there was once a time when Hollywood didn't give a crap about superheroes.

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Saladin Ahmed Takes The Reins on New The Magnificent Ms. Marvel Series

Kamala Khan gets an all-new creative team in the 2019 series.

G. Willow Wilson, who created the character in 2013 alongside artist Adrian Alphona and editors Sana Amanat and Stephen Wacker, has announced that she is stepping away from the beloved character.

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A Texas Federal Judge Ruled That The Affordable Care Act is Unconstitutional

Republicans continue to do everything in their power to sabotage Obamacare.

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and several more Democratic state attorneys general are expected to appeal the decision.

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Things We Saw Today: Jason Momoa Claims Henry Cavill Isn’t Going Anywhere as the Man of Steel

According to Aquaman himself, Henry Cavill's Superman isn't going anywhere.

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Hold the Phone, Saoirse Ronan Will Star In a Lesbian Period Drama Opposite Kate Winslet

Involving paleontology nonetheless!

20gayteen keeps on giving: Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan will play the leads in upcoming lesbian drama Ammonite, from the writer-director behind God's Own Country Francis Lee.

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This Directors’ Roundtable Sure Was … Interesting

Does Bradley Cooper know there were 3 other versions of his movie already?

Including Alfonso Cuarón, Marielle Heller, Yorgos Lanthimos, Ryan Coogler, Bradley Cooper, and Spike Lee, the roundtable made on thing very clear: Bradley Cooper is maybe out of his league here.

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Sondra Locke Deserved Better Than The Hollywood Reporter’s Take on Her Life

Imagine being an actress and director with your own career, but when you die, your obituary is framed around being an "embittered exe" of an abusive man because he's more of a household name than you are.

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Aquaman Rivals Even the Avengers for Pre-Sale Tickets, and Honestly, We Get It

Splish-splash, Aquaman is taking a bath in all that pre-sale money.

Ever heard about the battle between Marvel and DC Comics? For centuries, fans have fought back and forth about which one of the comics giants reigns supreme. As someone who likes both, I've never bee interested in the argument, but here we are, back in the thick of it with the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the DC Extended Universe.

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CBS Settles Massive Payout to Eliza Dushku Over Harassment Claims

Reports say that CBS paid out a $9.5 million settlement to actress Eliza Dushku for the treatment she experienced on set.

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Looking Back on Three Years of New Star Wars and What It Means to Me

Three years ago today, The Force Awakens had its Los Angeles premiere. I would see it four days later, on the 18th of December, after avoiding spoilers like the plague. Two years ago tomorrow, I was preparing myself emotionally to cry my eyes out at Rogue One, which I got thoroughly spoiled for, and last year, I was counting down the hours until I could get into the theatre to see The Last Jedi and see what all the fuss would be about.

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A List of Better Choices for Chief of Staff Than Jared Kushner

At this point, half of us being spared would be an improvement.

Jared Kushner is likely to be chosen as Donald Trump's chief of staff with no relevant experience, his only qualification being that he's married to the daughter that Trump thinks is hot. So, with that knowledge in mind, I decided to compile a list of candidates that I thought were better equipped for the position.

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Witch Christmas Is Full of Demons, Seances, and Motherhood in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: “A Midwinter’s Tale”

A Midwinter's Tale does the work of a Christmas special in the sense that the storyline is not too heavy, but it does carry on some important plot elements and works as a bridge for the upcoming season two of the series.

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Anti-Choice State Legislatures Claim a Series of Terrifying Victories Going Into 2019

Amid alarming progress for bills to essentially ban abortion rights in Ohio, restrict access to medication abortion in Oklahoma, and shutter access to reproductive health care in Tennessee this week, it seems more important than ever to recognize how incremental progress often is, and the devastating setbacks and barriers that unfailingly go hand-in-hand with it.

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Famke Janssen on Asher, Jean Grey, and the #MeToo Movement

The actress plays opposite Ron Perlman in the hitman dramedy.

Famke Janssen has built a career out playing superpowered yet soulful characters.

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Things We Saw Today: Oh Great, the Avengers: Endgame Logo Is Thanos-Themed

Thanks, I hate it.

Marvel updated their official movie page with a brand new logo for Avengers: Endgame and you'll never guess who it's patterned after. No, wait, you'll totally guess.

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