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Jon Bernthal Has Sharp Words for Alt-Right Fans of The Punisher

How does Punisher star Jon Bernthal feel about the alt-right fans of his character? "F**k them."

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Things We Saw Today: Jada Pinkett Smith Calls Out the Hollywood Foreign Press For Refusing to Even Watch Girls Trip

There were plenty of snubs in the Golden Globes nominations, but Jada Pinkett Smith has some words for the Hollywood Foreign Press specifically regarding Girls Trip. Not only are a lot of people upset over the lack of nominations for the movie and Tiffany Haddish–"hands down the funniest person on screen in 2017"–in particular, but Pinkett-Smith says she couldn't even get voters to watch the movie.

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Review: Netflix’s Punisher Is a Brutal and Surprisingly Sensitive Look at What It Means to Be a Soldier

4 out of 5 NYC diner meals.

Six episodes in, the Netflix Punisher production is related to Marvel's superpowered world by name alone. Punisher could just as easily be a drama on any network about an ex-Marine named Frank Castle who is very, very good with guns and very, very sad.

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Netflix Comings and Goings For November Include Plenty of Geek Offerings and So Many Originals

Check out November's comings and goings on Netflix!

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New Punisher Trailer Is the Most Detailed yet, Plus We Finally Have a Release Date

We have our most comprehensive look at the upcoming Netflix/Marvel series featuring Jon Bernthal's Frank Castle ... and now we know when we'll get to binge-watch the show.

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Is The Punisher Going to Get Trauma Right?

In a recent Instagram promo for The Punisher, Marvel and Netflix seem to present Frank Castle's life of violence, loss, and military service as a wounding and confusing one, rather than a badass origin story. Could this be a sign of the series' approach to come?

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The First Punisher Trailer Is Here, and It’s Intense as Hell

Netflix and Marvel released a full trailer for the upcoming Punisher series, and it is A Lot.

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Things We Saw Today: It’s Women’s Equality Day in the U.S.!

Today is Women's Equality Day in the United States, celebrated every year on August 26 to commemorate the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment in 1920.

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Teaser for Marvel’s Punisher Series Hints at Cathartic, Righteous Fury We Need

Now, more than ever, we need a Punisher series. Check out the teaser trailer after the jump.

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Things We Saw Today: Princeless Has Been Optioned for A Movie!

Sony has optioned the movie rights to Eisner-nominated comic Princeless, and I can't wait to take all my nieces and nephews.

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Nooo! Claire Temple Won’t Appear in The Punisher

In a recent interview with Collider, Rosario Dawson revealed that scheduling conflicts kept her from appearing in The Punisher, even though she "really wanted to do a cameo."

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This Fan-Made Poster for The Punisher Is So Good, Everyone Thinks It’s Official

Netflix, take notes.

I was one of the many "fooled" when I saw artist Giuseppe Spinelli's excellent The Punisher poster. The artist's style is so on-point with both The Punisher and Netflix ad aesthetic that I was positive this was a teaser for the upcoming Marvel series. But if it wasn't real before, it should be now.

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Comics Community Remembers Preacher Co-Creator Steve Dillon

The comic book artist passed away at the age of 54.

Steve Dillon, a comic book artist who was perhaps best known for his work on series such as Preacher and his run of The Punisher, has died at the age of 54.

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Things We Saw Today: Rockstar Games Drops Mystery Image

Earlier today, video game developer Rockstar Games tweeted the above image to its account--and apparently, its Twitter isn't the only thing that's gone red. Other sites have noted that in addition to Twitter, Rockstar's Facebook account and the loading screen for its website are sporting the same new version of its logo.

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Marvel and Netflix’s Punisher Series Just Got a 2017 Release Window and New Cast Members

That was fast.

We've come a long way since the days when a standalone Punisher series on Netflix was just a rumor—in terms of developments, at least. In terms of time, it actually hasn't been that long, since Daredevil's second season only debuted about seven months ago in March, and that quick movement is no surprise given that we now know the show will be ready for streaming at some point in 2017.

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Things We Saw Today: Stranger Things Gets a Buffy-Inspired Opening Sequence

Okay, okay, so Stranger Things is supposed to look like it's set in the '80s, not the late '90s or early 2000s... but, still, this fan-created title sequence for the show done in the style of Buffy the Vampire Slayer feels oddly apt.

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Things We Saw Today: John Oliver Really, Really Hates Birds

As the weather changes, birds will start migrating. John Oliver hopes they'll never come back.

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Pull Wisely: Civil War II, All-New Wolverine, Spider-Women Event Omega

This week's picks include a lot of superhero pulls: Civil War II, All-New Wolverine, Spider-Women Event Omega, and more!

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Daredevil Spinoff, Jon Bernthal Punisher Series, Officially Ordered by Netflix

I love Marvel and Netflix's Daredevil, but it's certainly not a perfect show (what show really is?). After season two, however, one could argue that Jon Bernthal was perfect in his role as Frank Castle, AKA the Punisher, and now his rumored spinoff has officially gotten a season order from Netflix!

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Review: Daredevil Season 2 Is Full of Grit, Moral Complexity, and Polarizing Side Characters

It’s been a loooong year waiting for the second season of Daredevil. So, I’m happy to report that season 2 was well worth the wait and, on the whole, an exceptional follow up to season 1.

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