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When Only Male Stories Matter: Logan Gets an Oscar Nod and Wonder Woman Doesn’t

I don't think it's a coincidence that the R-rated movie about a bearded man got a nomination, while the feel-good film about women's power didn't.

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The 90th Annual Oscar Nominations Are Out, and the More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same

The nominations for the 90th Annual Academy Awards were announced this morning in Los Angeles, and there are some pretty great things to celebrate! There are also some things that remain disappointingly the same. You can check out the full broadcast courtesy of ABC in the video after the jump!

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Logan Writer-Director Is Working on a Movie About Laura (X-23)

Logan director James Mangold revealed that he's "working on a script" for spinoff/sequel of sorts...and it's all about Laura (X-23)! 

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Things We Saw Today: An Incredible Star Wars: The Last Jedi Trailer Made on a 1984 Apple Mac

Blessed are those who are creative with their time, and especially those who use that creativity in astonishing, unexpected ways. Like rendering the Last Jedi trailer shot-by-shot on a computer I thought long extinct.

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Review: Logan on Blu-ray Inspires With New Insights Into the Brilliant Film

SNIKT!

If you've seen  Logan in theaters, you already know what a brilliant film it is. You may have even been lucky enough to see the black-and-white version of the film, dubbed Logan Noir. If you haven't seen it in theaters, I'm here to tell you that your life is less full because of it. BUT THERE IS HOPE. Logan is out NOW on Blu-ray/DVD/Digital HD, so you can remedy that situation immediately.

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Things We Saw Today: Honest Trailers Has a Hard Time Making Fun of Logan

For good reason, too. That movie's wonderful.

Logan is so darn good that they have a hard time picking at it, so they call in some heavy-gun backup: Deadpool

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Logan Noir Is a Black and White Goodbye for the Fans

An account from the room where it happened.

Last night, I was lucky enough to attend the Alamo Drafthouse screening of Logan Noir, which was followed by a Q&A with director James Mangold, producer Hutch Parker, and Hugh Jackman.

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Giveaway: Get Your Claws Into Screen-Used X-23 Props, Because We All Know Laura Was the Best Part of Logan

Logan is one of the best non-superhero superhero movies to come out in a long time, and a big part of that was the amazing performance of Dafne Keen as Laura A.K.A. X-23. To celebrate the release of Logan on DVD/Blu-ray/Digital HD on the 23rd (X-23 Day! If it's not a holiday yet, it should be!), Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment has provided us with some amazing Laura-related giveaway items from the film for one lucky reader!

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Watch Dafne Keen’s Improvised Logan Audition That Astonished Patrick Stewart and Bruised Hugh Jackman

In a clip from her screen test released in anticipation for Logan's release on Blu-ray May 23 and digital download Tuesday, we see just how perfectly Keen inhabited this role with her own initiative and creativity.

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Things We Saw Today: New Valerian Poster Has Us Even More Amped For This YA Fifth Element

I have zero experience with the European comic series Valerian and Laureline, but whenever I see any images from Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets I become even more here for it than I was before.

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How It Should Have Ended Gives Logan a Musical Send-Off

By referencing Hugh Jackman's role as Jean Valjean in Les Misérables as we get an ending X-men number that would make Victor Hugo proud.

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Hugh Jackman Thanks Fans for “17 Awesome Years” as Wolverine With Fan-Art Montage

In this montage of fan art set to Johnny Cash's "Hurt," Jackman thanks his fans on Instagram. I'm not crying, you are.

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Logan, Get Out, and Moonlight All Crushed It At the Box Office

Logan and Get Out topped the box office for wide releases, while Moonlight outperformed previous Best Picture winners in its first post-Oscars weekend.

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Things We Saw Today: Riz Ahmed Extolling the Virtues of Representation Is Everything We Need Right Now

Riz Ahmed continues to demonstrate just how excellent he is as a human being.

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Something Special Sneaks Onto the End of Logan as A “Post-Credits Scene” [SPOILERS]

Most of us are going to be checking out Logan this weekend, right? Of course right. Well, in case you, for some reason, were still deciding on whether you wanted to see it or not, there might be an added bonus in it for you as a superhero fan. [SPOILERS AHOY! NO SERIOUSLY, IF YOU DON'T WANT TO KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THE MOVIE OR THE MAGIC AND MYSTERIES THEREIN, DON'T GO ANY FURTHER!]

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Things We Saw Today: Denny’s Serves Up a Bit of Relief From Your Everyday Existential Dread

Thanks, Denny's. You're killing us.

Denny's, the perennial late-night hangout for the underaged, the overaged, and everyone in between (so literally everybody I guess), continues to impress with their strong social media game.

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Logan Will Be Patrick Stewart’s Last Appearance as Professor X

Good night, sweet prince

In a recent interview, Sir Patrick Stewart stated that Logan would be his last appearance as Professor Charles Xavier. He said, "There will never be a better, a more perfect, a more sensitive, emotional, and beautiful way of saying au revoir to Charles Xavier than this movie."

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Logan Director Explains Why Wolverine Doesn’t Wear Iconic Yellow Suit on the Big Screen

Director James Mangold explained why the suit doesn't really fit him as a character.

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Things We Saw Today: Want a Hook Prequel About Rufio? Start Up the Chant!

Dante Basco, who played Rufio in Hook back in 1991, has started up a Kickstarter to fund a short prequel movie about his character.

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Review: Logan is the Brutal, Yet Wonderfully Authentic X-Men Film We Don’t Deserve

5 out of 5 claws.

Loosely based on the comic Old Man Logan from writer Mark Millar and artist Steve McNiven, the story centers on Logan who has retired from crime fighting and turned to an Uber-like taxi service to pay the bills.

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