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Peter Sarsgaard Added To Hulu’s “The Looming Tower”

Peter Sarsgaard (Jackie, Experimenter, Blue Jasmine) joins an all ready stelar cast in Hulu’s 10-part series “The Looming Tower” based on Lawrence Wright’s Pulitzer Prize-Winning expose about 9/11. Sarsgaard will play Martin Schmidt, a CIA analyst, whom buts head with FBI agent John O’Neil (Jeff Daniels), over whom has the right information and authority to hunt growing terrorist threats. Lawrence Wright’s The Looming Tower looks at the rise of Osama Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda and the inside battle amongst intelligence agencies that possibly allowed for the menace to grow. Academy Award-nominated Writer Dan Futterman (Foxcatcher, Capote) and Academy Award...

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Atari & IDW Games Hook Up!

IDW Games and arcade game pioneer Atari have had a baby together…well maybe not, but have down something cool. According to a joint press release; “…IDW Games, announced today that they have entered into a partnership to produce a line of tabletop games based on several classic Atari videogame titles. Centipede®, Asteroids®, and Missile Command® are all headed to the tabletop by way of Jon Gilmour, co-designer of Dead of Winter, and his hand-picked crew of up-and-coming co-developers.” Centipede® will be the first game to hit store shelves later this year, with the other titles to follow. IDW promises:...

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10 Best Movies Based Off Comic Books

With the release of Logan today, I thought it was fitting to relay my favorite comic book adapted films. I haven’t seen Logan yet, (plan on it this weekend), but I can say I hope it makes my top 10. Wolverine has always been my favorite Marvel character and honestly I think it’s easily top 5 characters of all time. Hulk 181, the first appearance of slicer and dicer is the diamond in my comic book collection. For the most part I think they’ve done a solid job with Logan. Hugh Jackman is perfect and expect for that origin...

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Review: John Carter: The End

It never occurred to me that John Carter and Batman would have much in common, but I hadn’t read John Carter The End yet… I’ll explain… Brian Wood and Alex Cox’s narrative finds John Carter and his love, Dejah Thoris living in peaceful exile on the planet Titan. Carter and Thoris are far removed from their run on Mars. They are old, and broken. They are just trying to live the remainder of they’re days in peace. Unfortunately for them, they won’t know peace… A band from Mars descends upon them, and requests they return to Mars because it...

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