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Destiny’s powerful hand is once again at the backs of The Tick and Arthur as Amazon’s Studios infectious reboot of the beloved characters returns this week for the final six episodes of The TIck’s first season. The series is anchored by note-perfect portrayals of the lovable lead duo by Peter Serafinowicz and Griffin Newman as Tick and Arthur respectively and the talented actors took time to speak with us directly at The Nerd Repository to give our readers the scoop on the upcoming climax of the first season.

Releasing next week on Blu-Ray, Pixar’s latest and most visually ambitious masterpiece yet Coco can put a song in the heart of your home movie collection. Now you too can crossover thanks to your pals at The Nerd Repository if you win one of the three Blu-Ray Combo Packs we’re giving away of Disney•Pixar’s Coco!

Despite the overwhelming success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (a collective gross of more than $5 billion domestically), the studio has oft been criticized for a lack of diversity in their films. The majority of Marvel’s heroes have been white males, with characters of other ethnicities and sexes typically relegated to supporting roles (Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow, Don Cheadle’s War Machine, Idris Elba’s Heimdall, etc). The character of Black Panther, whose popularity has been consistent since his comic debut in 1966, didn’t make it to the big screen until Captain America: Civil War – a travesty, to be sure – and Chadwick…

Ryan Reynolds is bringing his foul-mouthed mutant mercenary back to the big screen in just a few shorts months, and the Deadpool 2 marketing campaign is turning out to be every bit as absurd – and hilarious – as its predecessor. In the latest trailer, the Merc With the Mouth throws shade at Justice League while Josh Brolin’s Cable scowls and shoots his way through everything in his path. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xZNBFcwd7zc The second half of the trailer promises plenty of action, with guns, explosions, an apparent prison riot, and plenty more. Atomic Blonde director David Leitch seems like a great fit…

One of the things that I loved about Sundance, and that really makes it unique, is that there are so many films across so many genres and styles that you never know exactly what you’re going to get from screening to screening. Of course, you read the synopsis or ask some of the other festival attendees if they’ve seen this or that, but there’s still that sense of wonder that comes from experiencing a film for the first time. Sometimes there is shock, sometimes there’s a surprise, and sometimes there is Sorry To Bother You. After a two days of…

As I headed out for my third day, snow storm Jaxon was steadily transforming Park City, causing the town to look more like the ski destination that it actually is – which also made sloshing from one theatre to the next much less enjoyable than it had been the day before. Fortunately, there were several coffee shops along the way to help me get through it. After a very strong first day of films, I went into Saturday with high expectations and wet feet, and Gus Van Sant’s Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far On Foot lived up to the…

When my editor asked if I wanted to cover the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, it took me all of about two seconds to say “yes.” Once my credentials were approved and my flight booked, then came the task of determining how to go about covering it. Unlike San Diego Comic-Con, which I had experienced as a regular attendee before covering it as a member of the media, I hadn’t ever attended Sundance, and had no idea what to expect – so I decided that I would journal the experience. I’ll be bringing you my Sundance experience over three…

With Star Wars: The Last Jedi hitting theaters this weekend, the cast and creative team recently gathered in Los Angeles for a lengthy Q&A session with members of the press. During the event, the ensemble shared as much as they could about the film and working with one another, as well as paying homage to the legacy of the late great Carrie Fisher.

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