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Josh Brolin cast as Cable in ‘Deadpool 2’

Well this is unexpected. After a long list of rumoured contenders ranging from Michael Shannon, to Ron Perlman, and even Brad Pitt, the highly...

‘Power Rangers’ Review: Dir. Dean Israelite (2017)

Power Rangers Review: Those teenagers with attitude are back in Dean Israelite's Power Rangers origin tale. Power Rangers review by Ben Read, March 2017. Power Rangers may not be...

10 extremely interesting facts you didn’t know about the X-Men franchise

17 years after the original X-Men made its debut, and the franchise is still going strong. There may have been more than a few bumps in...

Home Entertainment: ‘Doctor Strange’ Blu-ray review

Doctor Strange Blu-ray review: Marvel's latest finally reaches the home formats. Doctor Strange Blu-ray review by Ben Read, March 2017. The Marvel Cinematic Universe is at...

5 ways Warner Bros can fix the DCEU

The DC Extended Universe has seen better days. After the critical bashing received by both Batman V Superman, and Suicide Squad, rumours are now...

THN ranks the ‘Resident Evil’ series

For a series revolving around an undead apocalypse, there’s a brilliant irony to the longevity of the Resident Evil series. Fifteen years ago, Paul...

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter review: “A nail-biting thrill ride…”

Resident Evil The Final Chapter review: Milla Jovovich returns for the fifth film in this billion-dollar series, but is it time to end things...

THN’S 2017 Comic Book Movie Preview

After a year that felt longer than a marathon screening of the entire Star Wars prequel trilogy, 2016 is finally over. The heartbreak, headaches and downright...

DC Comics Week: The top five villains of ‘Gotham’

Following on from the huge success of Smallville, is shouldn’t have come as much of a surprise to hear that Warner Bros were actively...

DC Comics Week: Constantine and why he could be DC’s next...

DC Comics are slowly building up their onscreen repertoire of colourful and diverse characters that can be marketed to mass audiences for many years...