“I think that now is a really good time and I would really like to do her justice because she didn’t have it five years ago and I don’t think ever has,” Condor said in an interview with TheWrap. “She’s a fantastic character and now I think is the perfect time to give her what she deserves, so I would love to go back and do something with her." … [Read more...] about X-Men: Apocalypse Star Would “Love” to Play Jubilee Again
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When Van Damme was attached to the picture, the creature was portrayed as a large insectoid figure, which appeared bright red on set in order to create the appropriate contrast against the lush, green foliage to be edited out later. Between the jarring appearance of the monster and the way it hindered his martial arts abilities, Van Damme ended up leaving the project and the production redesigned the beast to the now-famous visage. … [Read more...] about Original, Unused Predator Screenplay Being Adapted as Limited Series Comic for Dark Horse
Showrunner John Stephens joined several cast members on stage this weekend for what they noted will likely be their final panel at the convention. Gotham is wrapping up its five season run this year, and as it comes to an end, it will show the very beginnings of Bruce Wayne's career as Batman. The panel was full of information, ranging from light teases to full on spoilers, but Stephens and David Mazouz waited until the very end to slip inn one major point about the final season. … [Read more...] about ‘Gotham’ Will End With Batman’s Origin
Sara and Alex might not be the longest-standing relationship in the world of comic book television, but they brought to life the kind of delightful cross-title relationships that pop up in the world of comics. And in the process, they gave Arrowverse fans a previously unheard of pairing, as well as even more LGBT representation. … [Read more...] about The 2017 ComicBook.com Golden Issue Award for Best Ship
But I met this fellow when he was a much younger ‘phant, back before he got a taste for fine wines, and still lumbered around bashing into trees occasionally. He was called Europa Universalis 2 back then, and I spent many, many hours in his company during my final year at university, when I was meant to be preparing for my exams. When I was meant to be doing… anything else, actually. For about six months, I pretty much just played EUII. … [Read more...] about Have You Played… Europa Universalis 2?