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Marvelous Da7e #14: Peeking Into The Future With Stan Lee

18 September 2013 11:29 AM, PDT | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

Welcome to Issue 14 of The Marvelous Da7e!

Real quick mission statement: this column is for discussion of superhero movie news and superhero movies. Titular allegiance aside, this sphere includes non-Marvel properties.

This week: It’s been a quiet week in superhero news, which means another grab bag of various stories and crazy, crazy theories abound. Let’s rock.

What We Can Learn From Stan

Stan Lee talked to online outlet TooFab and had a few things to say about the future of Marvel movies. Some things line up with what we know, some things line up with what to expect and some things are just Stan Lee Lee-ness.

Quote: Right now, the people at Marvel are looking through our whole list of candidates and wondering which ones are we going to use now,

Spidey Sense: Certainly True.

Details: There probably isn’t just a list. If I were Marvel, »

- Da7e

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6 Scenes We Love From ‘Big’

2 June 2013 4:00 PM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Tomorrow is the 25th anniversary of Big, the movie that boosted Tom Hanks from being just a funny leading man to an Oscar-worthy movie star. It’s also the comedy that put filmmaker Gary Ross on the map as he too earned an Academy Award nomination for this, his first feature script (co-written by Steven Spielberg’s sister, Anne). Directed by Penny Marshall, it was a word of mouth kind of hit, having opened in second place behind Crocodile Dundee II in its second week then going on to become the fourth highest grossing movie of 1988. For those of us around the same age as Josh Haskins (David Moscow/Hanks) at the time, it was a thought-provoking What If? situation even if most of us found a lot of the scenarios and behavior to be well-below the character’s maturity level. The tricky thing about Big in terms of highlighting its best moments is that it’s »

- Christopher Campbell

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What to Watch Wednesday: McBrayer in The Middle, an Angel-ic CSI, Mob Psych Out and More

10 April 2013 6:00 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

On TV this Wednesday: Jack McBrayer becomes a Middle man, an Angel alum visits CSI, Psych tries to keep the Mob out of a marriage and Rayna once more finds herself at a Nashville hospital. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 9 programs to keep on your radar.

8 pm The Middle (ABC) | 30 Rock‘s Jack McBrayer guest-stars as a dentist who interviews Frankie for a potential job – too bad she gets tripped up by the “tell us a little something about yourself” question. Jim Beaver (Supernatural, Justified) also guest-stars.

8:30 pm Suburgatory (ABC) | It’s »

- Kimberly Roots

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'To My Future Assistant' casts Stephen Root

26 February 2013 8:39 PM, PST | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

Stephen Root has boarded the cast of Fox's To My Future Assistant single-camera comedy. He joins Brittany Snow and Troy Gentile in the Sherry Bilsing-Graham & Ellen Kreamer-written show helmed by Peyton Reed, reports Deadline. Future Assistant follows the assistants at a large law firm in New York who stick together to make it through the daily dealings with their overbearing bosses. Root is in as Snow's boss called Frank, an attorney who's intense, but not as monstrous as he seems. Root, an experienced TV and film actor, has credits going back to his debut on Crocodile Dundee II, then adding Black Rain, Golden Years, Robocop 3, Dave L.A.. Law, Ladies Man, The West Wing, Leatherheads, J. Edgar, Justified, The Company You Keep and Boardwalk Empire, among many others. He also voices Mildew in Dragons: Riders of Berk. »

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'To My Future Assistant' casts Stephen Root

26 February 2013 8:39 PM, PST | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

Stephen Root has boarded the cast of Fox's To My Future Assistant single-camera comedy. He joins Brittany Snow and Troy Gentile in the Sherry Bilsing-Graham & Ellen Kreamer-written show helmed by Peyton Reed, reports Deadline. Future Assistant follows the assistants at a large law firm in New York who stick together to make it through the daily dealings with their overbearing bosses. Root is in as Snow's boss called Frank, an attorney who's intense, but not as monstrous as he seems. Root, an experienced TV and film actor, has credits going back to his debut on Crocodile Dundee II, then adding Black Rain, Golden Years, Robocop 3, Dave L.A.. Law, Ladies Man, The West Wing, Leatherheads, J. Edgar, Justified, The Company You Keep and Boardwalk Empire, among many others. He also voices Mildew in Dragons: Riders of Berk. »

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Clare Balding gameshow Britain's Brightest rockets to 5.1m for final

10 February 2013 9:21 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Britain's Brightest, BBC One's new Saturday night game show, rocketed to a ratings high last night (February 9).

Some 5.15m - a 22.7% share of the available audience - tuned in at 7.15pm as Andy Thomas won the six-week competition.

Hosted by Clare Balding, who acknowledged her move to primetime was a "risk", the programme consistently lost to Tom Daley's Splash! on ITV and has hovered around the four million mark until yesterday.

BBC One's fortunes improved further as the night went on, winning every primetime clash against ITV, which struggled without its popular diving show.

Lottery game show In It to Win It took 5.28m (23.2%) at 8.15pm, after which Casualty topped the night with a splendid 5.59m (25%).

On ITV, meanwhile, Take Me Out and Jonathan Ross slumped to 3.56m (15.6%) and 2.42m (11.2%), although the pair added 378k and 310k on +1.

Elsewhere, BBC Two's Natural World educated 1.62m (7.2%), film Crocodile Dundee II »

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Claire Balding gameshow Britain's Brightest rockets to 5.1m for final

10 February 2013 9:21 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Britain's Brightest, BBC One's new Saturday night game show, rocketed to a ratings high last night (February 9).

Some 5.15m - a 22.7% share of the available audience - tuned in at 7.15pm as Bill Bailey won the six-week competition.

Hosted by Claire Blading, who acknowledged her move to primetime was a "risk", the programme consistently lost to Tom Daley's Splash! on ITV and has hovered around the four million mark until yesterday.

BBC One's fortunes improved further as the night went on, winning every primetime clash against ITV, which struggled without its popular diving show.

Lottery game show In It to Win It took 5.28m (23.2%) at 8.15pm, after which Casualty topped the night with a splendid 5.59m (25%).

On ITV, meanwhile, Take Me Out and Jonathan Ross slumped to 3.56m (15.6%) and 2.42m (11.2%), although the pair added 378k and 310k on +1.

Elsewhere, BBC Two's Natural World educated 1.62m (7.2%), film Crocodile Dundee II »

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