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Author Archives: Kyle Wilson

I'm an Arizona State University grad and lifelong Sun Devil. I have a previous entertainment background, performing live music and sketch comedy. I'm the resident DC comics fanboy, and I've been variations on Clark Kent/Superman for Halloween at least five different times. I've also been nicknamed "Ky-MDB" because of my freakish ability to name actors and their previous works from even the vaguest description.

TV Review: ‘Gotham’


Origin stories and prequels are commonplace among comic book properties, and it’s no surprise that Batman’s world is finally getting both in the live-action Fox TV series Gotham. But rather than focus on the early days of the hero in cape and cowl, the show decides to go back even further and focus on the aftermath of the murder of Thomas ... Read More »

Colin Farrell Confirms Role in ‘True Detective’ Season 2


Speculation can cease for at least one of the names that have been bandied about for HBO’s True Detective Season 2 with the recent confirmation, straight from the actor himself, that Colin Farrell will indeed have a role. “I’m doing the second series. I’m so excited,” he revealed to SundayWorld.com, where he went on to say the following: “I know it will ... Read More »

Movie Review: ‘The Skeleton Twins’

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The Skeleton Twins is the second feature release from director Craig Johnson, and it tells the tale of a broken brother-and-sister duo seeking solace in each other. Taking place in a beautiful autumn setting during the days leading up to Halloween, the film is a haunting – sometimes funny, sometimes heartwrenching – look at depression and the misguided things people do to find ... Read More »

Blu-Ray Review: ‘Arrow: The Complete Second Season’

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Arrow‘s second season was a confident, world-building success that capitalized on a strong lead-in with the back half of its freshman season. Not only did Season 2 introduce super-powers, it opened the doors to the larger DC Universe featuring numerous comic book villains (Vertigo, The Clock King, The Dollmaker) and even superhero icons like Barry Allen/The Flash. By the time the series ... Read More »

TNT Nears Pilot for Live-Action ‘Teen Titans’

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No network is safe from the expansion of the DC Television Universe, as TNT is nearing a pilot for a live-action adaptation of DC’s Teen Titans. The show would be called simply Titans, and Deadline has the exclusive, saying the only hold on the pilot order is the current regime change ongoing at the TNT network. The Teen Titans property is probably best known ... Read More »

‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ Season 2 Teaser is On The Run


Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. ended its freshman season with betrayals and massive game-changing events which will loom heavy as indicated by the newly released trailer for Season 2 that shows the team on the run. The trailer doesn’t give up much new info, but definitely has a darker tone as the ragtag group of agents are shown not exactly on top of the world ... Read More »

‘Arrow’ Casts Matt Nable as Ra’s Al Ghul

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Fans have been speculating rampantly on whom Arrow would cast as Ra’s Al Ghul since the announcement was made at Comic-Con 2014. The media has even gone as far as getting Liam Neeson to comment on the character’s appearance in the show’s upcoming Season 3. But Stephen Amell took to twitter today to end all the rumors with this tweet: Ra’s ... Read More »

New ‘The Flash’ Poster Features DC Easter Eggs

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Fans have just over a month to wait until The Flash super-speeds onto The CW and we’ve got a look at some new poster art for the upcoming series. The featured image above was a poster that debuted at Comic-Con 2014 and has now been released, but the big news is this awesome movie theater caliber poster that hit the interwebs ... Read More »

Steven Spielberg Developing ‘Minority Report’ TV Series

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Steven Spielberg  is giving the long-form story television treatment to his 2002 film Minority Report that starred Tom Cruise. The legendary director has hired Godzilla writer Max Borenstein to transform the film’s concept into a television series to be produced by Amblin Television. Spielberg is generally known as a film guy, but consistently has his hands in TV projects such as the ... Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Sin City: A Dame to Kill For’

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Sin City: A Dame to Kill For is a film that does about what you’d expect from a sequel that finally hits theaters almost ten years after its predecessor – it gives the audience more of the same and not a whole lot more. Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller return to split the writing and directing duties and bring the same visually bombastic style that ... Read More »


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