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A John Wick TV Series Is Officially in Development, and Keanu Reeves Will Likely Appear in It

Starz is developing The Continental, a television series based on the world of John Wick that follows "the inner workings of the exclusive Continental Hotel which serves as a refuge for assassins." 

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Go Into Your Weekend Amped for Season 2 of Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale

I was already excited for Season 2 of Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale after a breathtaking Season 1. However, after seeing these newly released first images, I'm even more giddy. Strap in, folks. We're going back to Gilead.

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Marvel Releases Featurette for the Warriors of Wakanda, the Dora Milaje

It seems like every day is just another day I'm waiting to watch Black Panther. As one of the many people who ran out to by my ticket already, and a junkie for all things Wakanda, I'm longing to get every single nugget of extra information about the film. Well, today Marvel released a featurette about the "Warriors of Wakanda," A.K.A. the Dora Milaje.

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Daniel Radcliffe Doesn’t Buy the Excuses Defending Johnny Depp’s Casting in The Crimes of Grindelwald

There's been an uproar ever since Johnny Depp, who was allegedly emotionally and physically abusive toward ex-wife Amber Heard during their marriage, was cast in the titular role of Grindelwald in the next Fantastic Beasts film, The Crimes of Grindelwald. Now, Harry Potter himself, Daniel Radcliffe, has something to say on the matter.

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Gorgeous Star Wars Fanart Imagines If Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia Swapped Roles

What would the original Star Wars universe look like if Luke were raised on Alderaan as a Prince, and Leia brought to Tatooine, then trained as a Jedi?

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Where Did the Black Action Heroine Go?

Who has inherited the legacy of Pam Grier?

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Dear NBC: Straightwashing Is Not OK (and Maybe Hire Producers Who Aren’t Myopic)

There are so many important, interesting, inspiring stories within the LGBTQIA community. If only the producers and television executives telling those stories actually acknowledged where they came from. In the case of the upcoming NBC drama Rise, its protagonist, based on a real person, will be missing a key element of his identity. The person is gay, but the character will be straight.

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“I Will Never Be Silenced”: Watch Gal Gadot’s Amazing Critics’ Choice Awards Acceptance Speech

#SeeHer

I'm sure that to some, it will seem strange that a superhero is being held up as an "accurate portrayal" of women. But in her acceptance speech, Gadot says what we already knew. Diana Prince may be an Amazon, but there's a reason why she spoke to so many women, why audiences of all genders connected with her.

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Full Frontal with Samantha Bee Renewed, Will Be There for Us Into the 2020 Election Season

We are nothing but thankful that Full Frontal with Samantha Bee will be around for the 2018 midterms and 2020 elections season.

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Let 2018 be the Year We No Longer Have to Convince People That Female-Led Films Make Money

Sexist "accepted truths" are so 2017.

The three highest-grossing films last year all centered female protagonists. So, can we please just accept the fact that female-led movies make money? Please?

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Michael B. Jordan and Michael Shannon Look Amazing in First Look at HBO’s Fahrenheit 451

Michael B. Jordan and Michael Shannon star in the adaptation of Ray Bradbury's book-burning classic.

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Here’s Our First(ish) Look at Daisy Ridley as a Not-So-Helpless Ophelia

Whether or not the movie lives up to my hopes, I'm incredibly excited at even the idea of reimagining such a complex, undervalued character through a feminist lens. And that's not a knock at Shakespeare. I wouldn't dream. But we saw Ophelia through Hamlet's eyes–that was the entire point.

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This Awesome Megan Ganz Thread About Dan Harmon Is a Master Class in Apologies and Forgiveness

Very often, we talk about the apologies that are less than adequate. The ones that fall short. Thankfully, we have an example today of an apology that was actually done well. What's more, we have the recipient of that apology modeling forgiveness beautifully. Sometimes, the Internet can actually be a nice and hopeful place.

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Why I’m Super Excited About The Alienist TV Show

The 10-episode murder mystery series, adapted from Caleb Carr's bestselling novel, stars my husband, Daniel Brühl, my other husband, Luke Evans, and Dakota Fanning as a badass independent woman in Gilded Age New York City.

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Bryan Fuller Is at Work on a TV Pilot for Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles

The creative mind behind Pushing Daisies, Hannibal, American Gods and a good chunk of Star Trek: Discovery is working on bringing Anne Rice's literary vamps to the small screen.

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ABC Moving Forward on Series Inspired by the Legacy of Selena Quintanilla

According to Variety, ABC has given a put pilot commitment to a series inspired by the musical legacy of Selena Quintanilla, the iconic Tejano singer who was murdered at 23 years old in 1995.

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Marvel Hires Writer for Black Widow Movie They Should’ve Made Years Ago

I wonder what has finally motived Marvel to action on making a Black Widow standalone movie. Studio President Kevin Feige has always said he's open to the idea, but what else has changed to result in Marvel finally hiring a writer? Could it be that Wonder Woman took the world by storm this summer? Is it how much effort you have to put in to not see the upcoming Red Sparrow movie as another studio stealing their thunder?

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If You Think the #MeToo Movement Is Gonna Kill Sexy Movies Then Your Idea of Sexy Needs a Revamp

In an article from The Hollywood Reporter an argument is made the upcoming Fifty Shades Freed film which will be plaguing our theaters on Feb. 9, will close the final chapter on the trilogy and "may prove to be the finale for studio-financed sex-fueled film." The reason for this is...the#MeToo movement. Um, what?

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Hattie McDaniel Biopic Is in the Works—Someone Better Give Gabourey Sidibe a Call

In 1940 Hattie McDaniel became the first black actor to win an Academy Award for her role of Mammy in the iconic film, Gone With the Wind and her story will be brought to the big screen in an upcoming biopic.

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TNT Orders Snowpiercer Series With Daveed Diggs and Jennifer Connelly at Opposite Ends of the Train

Bong Joon Ho’s 2013 film Snowpiercer, based on the French graphic novel Le Transperceneige by Jacques Lob, is one of the best, if most depressing, examinations of class warfare in film. It seems almost too appropriate that, this year of all years, TNT has just put in a series order for a TV show based on the film.

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