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Rebellion, the publishers of 2000Ad the galaxy’s greatest comic, have announced that after thirty years sealed in a long-forgotten crypt, both Scream! & Misty have now risen from the dark beyond. Now becoming one comic which is set to arrive this October – for a Halloween Special – at a newsagent near you. Checkout the exclusive trailer below, as well as the synopsis for each of the tales within this special edition release…
Considered as two standout classic titles from the glory days of Ipc Publishing, the Scream! & Misty Halloween Special will resurrect fan-favourite strips from both titles, including The 13th Floor, The Dracula File and The Sentinels. Featuring the works of both writers and artists including Guy Adams, Henry Flint, Hannah Berry and Simon Coleby.
Built in the eighties, Maxwell Tower was then a state-of-the art tower block controlled by a sentient computer called Max. Programmed to serve and protect his residents, »
Welcome to Random Roles, wherein we talk to actors about the characters who defined their careers. The catch: They don’t know beforehand what roles we’ll ask them to talk about.
The actor: Gretchen Mol had a quicker ascent to fame than most. Coming into acting from a brief but successful modeling career, she quickly established herself, moving from strong but small roles in Abel Ferrara films to major supporting roles in movies like Rounders and The Thirteenth Floor. Her biggest acclaim came in 2005 for her lead performance in The Notorious Bettie Page, and she’s since continued to work steadily in film and television, most notably for five seasons as Gillian Darmody on Boardwalk Empire. Mol graciously reminisced with us about being a working New York actor, the macho atmosphere on 3:10 To Yuma, and throwing water in Steve Buscemi’s face—on camera, of course »
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Disney is celebrating another box office win this weekend with its swashbuckling adventure Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. It is coming away with an easy win, earning $77 million over the four-day holiday weekend. That debut also continues a downward box office trend for the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, with the last installment, 2011's Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, debuting with $90.1 million in this same weekend frame back in 2011. A new report reveals that this weekend as a whole marks the lowest Memorial Day weekend gross since 1999, when the first Star Wars prequel, The Phantom Menace reigned supreme.
Variety reports that the total box office earnings for this weekend add up to $172.3 million, which is the lowest Memorial Day box office since the $142.5 million total from the Memorial Day four-day frame in 1999, when The Phantom Menace, in its second weekend in theaters, easily won »
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