Season 2 of Netflix’s Luke Cage Is Upon Us

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I hope this season is more consistent than the first. The loss of Cottonmouth midseason really hurt the flow of the show. But with the return of a superpowered Diamondback on the way, I hope they pull some good content from the recent Bendis comic run of The Defenders. Season 2 of Luke Cage drops June 22.

The First Official Trailer for Neflix’s Lost In Space Brings Hope

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After the sneak peek teaser was released, I was moderately curious about Netflix’s reboot of the 1965 television series Lost In Space. I was one of the few fans of the 1998 movie. But after this trailer, I see they’re putting some serious weight into this show. Parker Posey as Dr. Smith will pretty damn interesting. There hasn’t been too much buzz about the show, which is a little alarming, but I have faith in Netflix. Their track record of bringing back classic shows is pretty good.

Netflix Is Bringing Bio-pict for Hip-Hop Legend Roxanna Shante

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Wow. Shante is the last person I thought someone would do an autobiographical movie about. But come to think about it, in today’s climate, an uplifting movie about a female artist (at a time when rap didn’t really respect female artists) holding her own against the competition, being involved in one of the biggest rap battles of the early days, and coming out of it with a top-tier education is exactly what we need to see and know about. I can’t wait for this one.

The Post-Defenders Jessica Jones Is Back On The Case

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It looks like we’re going to get to dive into the origin story of Jessica Jones when she returns for season 2 in April. I’m still perplexed at how Kristen Ritter embodies the character. I wasn’t sold on her in the role at first, being as huge fan of the early Jessica Jone comic, Alias. But she plays the role with a broken complexity that makes you cheer for her, even it it’s just getting through the day without shit happening to her.com

Star Trek Continues Recreates The Original Series Almost Flawlessly

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Let’s be honest. Nearly all of the fan fiction Star Trek episodes and movies are pretty bad. Sure, there are a few that come close to being worthy of being accepted as Trek Cannon (Prelude the AxanarStar Trek: Renegades ), but not are pretty bad. Among the levels of quality fan productions, Star Trek Continues stands above all other as possible the more faithfully recreated production of the original series. They’ve managed to mimic the look, tone, and style of the original series. Although it’s kind of hard for faithful fans to dispell the absence of the original actors playing the Enterprise crew, by the time you to the 3rd or 4th episode, it becomes a moot point. All eleven episodes of the first and only season can be found in HD on Youtube got free. Trust me, if you’re missing the look and feel of Kirks original voyage in a see of rebooted motions pictures and prequels, Star Trek Continues is beyond worthy of your attention..