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5 Reasons Asajj Ventress Is Clearly The Best Villain For 'Star Wars: Episode VII'

13 June 2014 4:23 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

It's been almost 20 minutes since the last Star Wars speculation so it was time for the rumor mill to start cranking out something for us to mull on over the weekend. The powers that be settled on a twist on a classic that's been circulating for months. Ever since Lupita Nyong'o and Gwendoline Christie were officially cast, fans and journalists have been scrambling to guess their roles. Now it seems one of them might play the villain. Of course this is old news to anyone who's had their ear to the ground listening for Star Wars tidbits like the people of Tatooine listen for the slightest whisper of the approach of Sand People. As far back ,as April there were rumblings of a female villain to contrast the sausage fest that has been 'Star Wars' Sith Summits. Before she was even confirmed, anonymous sources had Lupita Nyong'o pegged to play Asajj Ventress. »

- Donna Dickens

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The Legend Of Hercules Review

10 January 2014 7:24 AM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Wow, it’s only January and I can already say we officially have the funniest movie of 2014 – The Legend Of Hercules. Honestly, I was in stitches the whole time, busting some sweet belly laughs! Wait, you’re telling me Renny Harlin’s Hercules film was supposed to be a serious, engaging, dramatic adventure meant to exploit the romance and heartbreaking Greek tragedy of Hercules’ story? Oh, um, well, that’s awkward. In that case, Harlin’s January blockbuster is a monumental failure on all accounts, presenting a visually disgraceful film that makes Clash Of The Titans look like a 3D masterpiece. In all honesty, this Herculean tale is nothing short of an embarrassment, and although I’m a Twilight hater, Kellan Lutz avoids my wrath (for the most part) – consider yourself lucky, six-pack.

The film pits Lutz as the titular hero, son of Zeus, birthed with the purpose of bringing »

- Matt Donato

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