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Rudy Mancuso Drops Second Single “Magic,” A Duet With Girlfriend Maia Mitchell

YouTube multi-hyphenate Rudy Mancuso dropped his debut single, "Black & White," in October -- complete with a visually arresting music video that has amassed 7.3 million views.

For his second official single, "Magic," Mancuso is teaming up with his girlfriend, actress Maia Mitchell of The Fosters fame. Mancuso and Mitchell have collaborated on several covers and sketches for his channel before, though a December single called "Sirens" was removed following accusations that the duo had plagiarized a song by rock band Eisley. A member of the band noted on Instagram, however, that it had okayed Mancuso and Mitchell to use the track.

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‘A Wrinkle In Time’ Soundtrack Features New Songs By Sade, Demi Lovato & More

Disney has announced the soundtrack for their upcoming feature “A Wrinkle in Time,” and it features some notable contributions.

The soundtrack is being produced by DuVernay, and there is no shortage of talent on board. The likely most popular track will be the end credits song called “I Believe,” performed by DJ Khaled and Demi Lovato. Meanwhile, the legendary Sade has contributed a brand new song with “Flower of the Universe” and Sia is performing “Magic.” Other contributing artists include Kehlani and Chloe x Halle.
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How One Star Wars Toy Changed The Last Jedi

How One Star Wars Toy Changed The Last Jedi
Star Wars toys have been a huge part of the franchise, going back to A New Hope when George Lucas set a deal to receive profits on the merchandise. Even when movies come out that the fans aren't crazy about, the toys are still bought and collected. However, there was one toy that showed up on the set of The Last Jedi that forced director Rian Johnson to change a part of the movie that had already been shot.

It seems kind of ridiculous to think about, but Rian Johnson really did have to change part of The Last Jedi after he received a prototype toy for Kylo Ren's Tie Silencer fighter ship. The new ship is definitely one of the cooler designs to come out of the latest Star Wars movie and apparently, the missiles were originally intended to shoot from the bottom of the vehicle, not from the wings.
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‘The Four’ final: Zhavia should have won, say 76% of readers

‘The Four’ final: Zhavia should have won, say 76% of readers
On the final of “The Four” on Feb. 8, Evvie McKinney pulled off a stunning upset by winning over frontrunner Zhavia. Heading into the night, Zhavia was the top pick of a whopping 76% of our readers while McKinney managed a mere 12% of the vote. The other two finalists — Candice Boyd and Vincint Cannady — earned just 8% and 4% respectively. If you haven’t voted in our poll yet, be sure to do so at the bottom of this post and then sound off in the comments section about this new reality competition series hosted by Fergie.

McKinney was named iHeartRadio’s “On the Verge” artist and was signed to Republic Records. That label’s head of talent, Charlie Walk, had been a judge on the first five episodes of this new reality competition series but he stepped aside following allegations of inappropriate behavior.

Without Walk, it was left to judges Sean Combs, DJ Khaled
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‘The Four’: Who will win the Feb. 8 final – Candice Boyd, Vincint Cannady, Evvie McKinney or Zhavia?

‘The Four’: Who will win the Feb. 8 final – Candice Boyd, Vincint Cannady, Evvie McKinney or Zhavia?
The finale of “The Four” airs on Fox this Thursday (Feb. 8). The final four singers hoping to be named iHeartRadio’s “On the Verge” artist are Candice Boyd, Vincint Cannady, Evvie McKinney and Zhavia. The winner will also be signed to Republic Records. That label’s head honcho, Charlie Walk, was a judge on the first five episodes this new reality competition series but he stepped aside in the wake of allegations of inappropriate behavior.

Walk was seen alongside rival judges Sean Combs, DJ Khaled and Meghan Trainor on the Feb. 1 pre-taped episode. They, along with the studio audience, set this surprising line-up for the finale. None of the eventual four finalists started off this week five show with a spot. Rather, each won a place in the final when they challenged one of the four favorites and beat them in a sing-off.

See ‘The Four’ episode 5 recap: Did the
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‘The Four’ finale: Which artist do You want to win — Candice, Evvie, Vincint or Zhavia? [Poll]

The finalists on Fox’s reality TV music competition “The Four” have been locked in and will compete for the championship on Thursday, February 8. Candice Boyd, Evvie McKinney, Vincint Cannady and Zhavia each earned a spot in the finale after a grueling five week competition. All-star judges Sean Combs, DJ Khaled and Meghan Trainor will determine which of the final four deserves to be named iHeartRadio’s “On the Verge” artist and awarded a recording contract with Republic Records. But which of The Four do you want to win the title? Vote in our poll below.

See ‘The Four’ episode 5 recap: Did the right artists win seats in the finale? [Poll]

Candice Boyd – This 28-year old R&B singer made her first appearance during Week 2 when she impressed the panel with an audition of “I’m Going Down.” After challenging Ash Minor, she earned her place among The Four only to
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‘The Four’ episode 5 recap: Did the right artists win seats in the finale? [Poll]

‘The Four’ episode 5 recap: Did the right artists win seats in the finale? [Poll]
On episode five of this first season of “The Four,” two new challengers and two comeback artists won the right to challenge one of the quartet of contestants for a seat. Do you think that the right four were put through to the finale by the audience on Feb. 1? Vote in our poll at the bottom of this post and then sound off in our comments section about this new reality competition series hosted by Fergie. (Episode five was taped before the decision that record executive Charlie Walk will not be a judge in the wake of allegations of inappropriate behavior.)

First up was Vincint Cannady, who impressed the panel of judges — singers Sean Combs, DJ Khaled and Meghan Trainor and Walk — with his soaring rendition of “Magic” by Coldplay.

Cannady decided to go after the seat won by Jason Warrior in week two. Back then, he’d won the
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‘The Four’ episode 5 recap: Which former artist returned to battle Kendyle Paige, Nick Harrison, Tim Johnson, Jason Warrior?

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In the fifth episode of Fox’s reality TV music competition “The Four,” a new set of challengers faced off against the four defenders in an effort to steal their chairs. Airing Thursday, February 1, the two-hour episode began with Kendyle Paige, Nick Harrison, Tim Johnson Jr. and Jason Warrior sitting in the four coveted seats. Which former artist did the judges bring back for a second chance, and who among The Four were still remaining by the end of this week’s head-to-head battles? (Be sure to vote in our poll on the four artists that made it to the finale.)

Below, check out our minute-by-minute “The Four” recap of Season 1, Episode 5 to find out what happened Thursday night. Then be sure to sound off in the comments section about your favorite singers, which performances had you in tears and who you think can go the distance to win “The Four: Battle for Stardom.
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Q&A: Composer Douglas Pipes Discusses The Babysitter and Working with Michael Dougherty on Trick ’R Treat and Krampus

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He's the creative mind behind the music for both of Michael Dougherty's beloved holiday horror movies, Trick ’r Treat and Krampus, and Douglas Pipes' captivating music can now be heard in the recent horror comedy The Babysitter. To celebrate his new score and to reflect on his impressive past work, we caught up with Pipes for a Q&A feature, and he discussed his collaborations with Dougherty, how he became interested in music during his formative years, and which composer is still a major influence on his own work.

Thanks for taking the time to answer some questions for us, Douglas. When did you initially become interested in music and what did you listen to in your formative years?

Douglas Pipes: My father was an elementary and junior high school music teacher, so I was exposed to music from the very beginning. I took up piano when I was eight.
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The Top Five Anthony Hopkins Movie Roles of his Career

There can be no doubt that Anthony Hopkins is one of the most famous actors in Hollywood. Over the course of his career, he has played a wide range of characters in a wide range of projects, thus proving his capabilities as an actor beyond the shadow of a doubt. It is impossible to choose his best role, not least because he has provided such a great number of memorable performances. Nonetheless, here are five of the top Anthony Hopkins movie roles: Corky and Fats – Magic Hopkins is best-known for his performances in horror movies. However, most people think

The Top Five Anthony Hopkins Movie Roles of his Career
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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Producers Unpack the Midseason Finale, and Why This is The Most Romantic ‘Star Trek’ Ever

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Producers Unpack the Midseason Finale, and Why This is The Most Romantic ‘Star Trek’ Ever
[Editor’s Note: Spoilers for “Star Trek: Discovery” Season 1 Episode 9, “Into the Forest I Go,” follow.]

Star Trek: Discovery” fans thrown off guard by the midseason finale’s ending, guess what? That was the plan. According to showrunners Gretchen Berg and Aaron Harberts, that’s exactly what they wanted.

“Every couple of episodes, right around the time the audience feels like, ‘Oh, I know what you’re doing,’ we switch it up,” Berg told IndieWire. “It became a natural rhythm for the show, and it makes it really fun for us, the writers, everybody, really. Because it’s a way to keep it lively.”

The final moments of Episode 9, “Into the Forest I Go,” find the Discovery lost in unknown territory following a massive malfunction with the ship’s spore drive. “It felt like a great place to end the first half of the season, too,” Harberts said. “We had a lot of fun tracking the debate that the fans are having about where they think
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Review: Transformers: The Last Knight

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The Transformers mythology is an eons-long inter-galactic tale that is rich in its own history. We have the rise of intelligent techno-organic lifeforms, a split between rival points of view, and a struggle for supremacy. All along the way, for reasons that are never spelled out in their history, Earth has been of particular interest to the Autobots and Decepticons.

That much has powered countless comics, animated episodes, and four live-action feature films. Rather than marvel at the wonders of the cosmos or reveal to us why the planet is important, the fifth installment, The Last Knight, retrofit the Knights of the Round Table to an already convoluted and, frankly, boring film series. This film, out now on disc from Paramount Home Entertainment, more or less retreads the first four films, mixing returning humans and Transformers and adding in a few new figures to freshen things, and yet, no one cares.
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Transformers: The Last Knight Seeks the Allspark at Home

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Hollywood, Calif. – Called “incredibly entertaining” (Daniel Eagan, Film Journal International) and filled with “non-stop action from start to finish” (Emily Engberg, ABC-tv, Kstp), director Michael Bay’s Transformers: The Last Knight explodes on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and Blu-ray 3D Combo Packs September 26, 2017 from Paramount Home Media Distribution. The groundbreaking adventure will also be available as part of the Transformers’ 5-movie Blu-Ray Collection arriving September 26. The film arrives two weeks early on Digital HD September 12.

Transformers: The Last Knight shatters the core myths of the Transformers franchise, and redefines what it means to be a hero. Humans and Transformers are at war, Optimus Prime is gone. The key to saving our future lies buried in the secrets of the past, in the hidden history of Transformers on Earth. Saving our world falls upon the shoulders of an unlikely alliance: Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg); Bumblebee; an English Lord
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Transformers: The Last Knight Blu-ray details and special features revealed

Paramount Pictures has announced that Transformers: The Last Knight is set for release on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray 3D and Blu-ray Combo Packs September 26th and on Digital HD September 12th, and will also be includes in the Transformers 5-Movie Blu-ray Collection, also out on September 26th.

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Transformers: The Last Knight shatters the core myths of the Transformers franchise, and redefines what it means to be a hero. Humans and Transformers are at war, Optimus Prime is gone. The key to saving our future lies buried in the secrets of the past, in the hidden history of Transformers on Earth. Saving our world falls upon the shoulders of an unlikely alliance: Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg); Bumblebee; an English Lord (Sir Anthony Hopkins); and an Oxford Professor (Laura Haddock). There comes a moment in everyone’s life when
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Transformers 5 Blu-Ray and DVD Release Date, Details Announced

Called "incredibly entertaining" (Daniel Eagan, Film Journal International) and filled with "non-stop action from start to finish" (Emily Engberg, ABC-tv, Kstp), director Michael Bay's Transformers: The Last Knight explodes on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and Blu-ray 3D Combo Packs September 26, 2017 from Paramount Home Media Distribution. The groundbreaking adventure will also be available as part of the Transformers' 5-Movie Blu-ray Collection arriving September 26. The film arrives two weeks early on Digital HD September 12.

Transformers: The Last Knight shatters the core myths of the Transformers franchise, and redefines what it means to be a hero. Humans and Transformers are at war, Optimus Prime is gone. The key to saving our future lies buried in the secrets of the past, in the hidden history of Transformers on Earth. Saving our world falls upon the shoulders of an unlikely alliance: Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg); Bumblebee; an English Lord (Sir Anthony Hopkins
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‘Transformers: The Last Knight’: How Michael Bay and Ilm Created Complex New Medieval Bots

‘Transformers: The Last Knight’: How Michael Bay and Ilm Created Complex New Medieval Bots
For “The Last Knight,” Michael Bay headed toward classy and medieval, traveling to England and riffing on King Arthur with a bevy of new Transformers. Along the way, Mark Wahlberg’s Cade Yeager enlists the aid of an eccentric historian (Anthony Hopkins), a street-wise teenage orphan (Isabela Moner), and an alluring Oxford professor (Laura Haddock).

For Industrial Light & Magic, the challenge was animating even more complex and detailed metallic creatures for higher-resolution action sequences using IMAX 3D cameras. “It’s about craftsmanship and artistry and it doesn’t get easier on any of these films,” said Ilm’s VFX supervisor, Scott Farrar, who has labored on all five “Transformers” movies. “The number of parts on Optimus Prime, for instance, went up from about 10,000 parts to 22,000 parts. That means more difficult rendering for achieving a photoreal look.”

Dragonstorm and the Knights of Cybertron

In a prologue, we’re introduced to the origin story of the Transformers on Earth. A thousand years ago, the Knights of the Cybertron helped out King Arthur (Liam Garrigan) and his Knights of the Roundtable in their war with the Saxons. This was the result of a pact with a drunken and inept Merlin (Stanley Tucci), who was granted use of the three-headed, fire breathing Dragonstorm.

“The nearly 100-foot dragon contains large, metallic thorns and has a tarnished look,” said Farrar. “It took thousands of pieces. No matter which way you look, he’s gonna spear you. So he’s fairly deadly,” he added.

Some of the best-looking shots in the movie were based on sunny afternoon cloud plate shots from Lear jets and helicopters over England, Texas, and Detroit. “Once you start with a gorgeous setting such as this, then the dragon becomes similarly backlit,” Farrar said. “And the more backlight or edge light that you can have, the more realistic it looks.”

Quintessa, the Sorceress from Cybertron

We’re also introduced to the creator of Optimus and the other Transformers, Quintessa, a beautiful and powerful sorceress from Cybertron. This deity took months to build and is comprised of thousands of intricate pieces.

Quintessa is very regal-looking with a cowl collar and long, flowing cape. Ilm even goes further with an ethereal vibe. She resembles pearlescent seaweed in a pool. Her face was modeled after actress Gemma Chan, who recorded her voice, though there’s a slight resemblance to Optimus, too. “We matchmoved to her and created our character, for the face at least, and some of the arm motion,” said Farrar.

It’s like she’s made of small louvered pieces that act like veins, always moving and all reflective. “She is lit only by what the reflected light is doing for her, so you have to position lights everywhere around her,” said Farrar.

Cogman the Manservant

Then there’s the witty, snarky, sociopathic Cogman (voiced by “Downton Abbey’s” Jim Carter), butler to Hopkins’ Sir Edmund Burton. Like “Rogue One’s” unfiltered droid, K-2So, he steals the movie.

“I think he’s one of the most beautiful creations that we’ve come up with,” said Farrar. “The original idea was that he was a turn of the century automaton. But he can run around, and you can see all the gears that are running inside his face, neck, sternum, chest, and shoulders. It’s like he’s made from fine pieces from a very expensive French watch.”

The key-framed Cogman is also highly reflective. He’s made of silvery metal armor with copper and brass, and shines with warm colors. “It’s all about the detail in proximity to the camera for important acting moments,” said Farrar. “We do ultra-closeups in camera so it all looks hand-tooled and hand-made.”

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‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ Review: Here’s the Most Ridiculous Hollywood Movie of the Year

‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ Review: Here’s the Most Ridiculous Hollywood Movie of the Year
Transformers: The Last Knight” opens in medieval times with a drunken Merlin (Stanley Tucci) and closes with a futuristic man-versus-aliens showdown set in Stonehenge. In between those ludicrous scenarios, director Michael Bay’s fifth entry in the most overproduced movie franchise of the 21st century stuffs in a new love interest for Mark Wahlberg, a deep space journey to a robotic villainess intent on destroying mankind, and a robotic British butler with martial arts skills operating at the whims of Anthony Hopkins. It’s an unabashed freewheeling mess of CGI explosions, fast-talking strategies and shiny metal monstrosities clashing in epic battles. And it’s actually kind of fun, in an infuriating sort of way, to watch the most ridiculous Hollywood movie of the year do its thing.

Here’s the thing about the “Transformers” movies. Bay managed to drag a nostalgia-laden franchise best known for the toys it inspired into the 21st century in part by not taking the premise too seriously. That changed after the success of the first live action installment 10 years ago; “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” and “Transformers: Dark of the Moon” turned the playfulness of the earlier entries into a gleaming mass of commercial showmanship; each runs well over two and a half hours, and “The Last Knight” is no exception.

But the craziest thing about the movie is that it practically dares audiences to grow anxious while watching its restless, bloated contents, and keeps tossing out shiny nuggets of entertainment to cloak from the overwhelming ridiculousness in spectacle. The closest thing in American movies to an epic, Bollywood-style genre mashup, “The Last Knight” continues the trend of the series in borrowing liberally from every filmic tradition possible in the quest to crush all competition and leave viewers with the sense that they don’t need to see anything else, ever. That underlying implication is made all the more infuriating because Bay excels at the aesthetic of distraction, with the masculine intensity of a jock and the soothing words of a hypnotist: Sit back, relax, and enjoy the stupid ride. What, you don’t like fun movies?

Bay’s craftsmanship is impeccable, but per usual, the real stars of the show remain the wizards at Industrial Light & Magic responsible for the range of special effects. The degree of visual information crammed into every frame never ceases to amaze, particularly when enjoyed on an IMAX screen capable of conveying the full scale. It helps that the ongoing story has gotten to the point where Transformers have blossomed around the globe, providing an excuse to unleash so many dazzling images the brain can’t possibly process them all at once.

At the end of the third movie, Transformers leader Optimus Prime left Earth for a mysterious journey back to his home planet, leaving Earth at odds with the remaining Transformers inhabitants as they hid from the law while defending the planet from an onslaught of Decepticons. In other words, we’ve gone beyond the “Age of Extinction” singled out in the 2014 movie and headed into post-apocalyptic territory: Since defending Transformers has been outlawed, rascally inventor Cade Yeager (Wahlberg) hides out in a junkyard with the usual motley gang of tower-sized defenders, including the ever-endearing Bumblebee (still eager to find a new voice box).

Bay’s mastered the art of showcasing these beings and their colorful personalities so well that he could easily craft a digitally-enhanced comedy about passive-aggressive Transformers with roommate problems and call it a day. But bigger things are at stake! Or, at least, more plot is necessary to drive the ongoing perception that this giant mass of moving images deserves your 20 bucks.

Summarizing a Transformers movie is a good way to fall prey to its traps, but here goes: At some point while running from the law, Cade is kidnapped by the mysterious Sir Edmund Burton (Anthony Hopkins, doing a kooky riff on his “Westworld” character), who maintains a group of aging robots stretching back millennia and belongs to a secret society of humans who have protected the secret of the Transformers’ existence. (These include Da Vinci, Shakespeare and Harriet Tubman, all of whom might have provided more ambitious fodder for a framing device than Tucci’s Merlin, but hey, there’s plenty of time for more sequels.)

In any case, Cade saved a medieval Transformer space traveler who gifted the human with a protective amulet dating back to Merlin’s days, so now the inventor’s a genuine superhero. He’s paired with spicy British academic Vivian Wembley (Laura Haddock), a Merlin descendant whose knowledge of the lore informs her understanding of Wahlberg’s qualifications to save Merlin’s magical wand from an incoming alien invasion. Bay’s flimsy capacity for directing substantial women roles gets especially dicey here, with a cardboard cutout version of a brainy academic who ultimately melts into Wahlberg’s arms. Make no mistake: These movies are the most sensationalistic illustrations of the male gaze in history.

They’re also terribly reductive. When Cade and Vivian aren’t scrambling, “Indiana Jones”-style, to comprehend an Arthurian legend, a neurotic scientist played by “Veep” funnyman Tony Hale urges the government to do something about the invaders from space. As if this watered-down “Independence Day” scenario weren’t enough, the movie keeps veering off in jagged directions. At one point, we meet a range of Decepticon villains released from jail to take down the Transformers, a robotic Suicide Squad with names like Nitro Zeus and Dread bot who vanish almost as quickly as they’re introduced.

But, you know, who cares? It’s a “Transformers” movie! More coherent than “Age of Extinction,” the third act of which took place in Beijing for no other apparent reason than to outsource the production to China, “The Last Night” lands a lot of good laughs with its cartoonish robots and equally over-the-top chemistry between its two leads. Hopkins’ character is even helped along by a senile robot named Cogman, an unapologetic C-3Po ripoff whose very existence proves that Bay thinks nothing is sacred in his plundering of cinematic traditions. In these transparent times, when the ills of capitalism are no longer hidden under the guise of moral superiority, the sheer absurd cash grab of “The Last Knight” feels like more than just a commercial coup. It’s the zeitgeist. Just go with it.

Or don’t. In 2007, audiences keen on “Transformers” counterprogramming went to see “The Hurt Locker.” This time, “Transformers: The Last Knight” opens the same weekend as “The Big Sick,” a smart and intimate romcom that transforms those formulaic traditions into a more personal story about the travails of an interracial couple. As summer crowdpleasers go, it’s a lot more credible than “The Last Knight” — and the contrast between the two movies couldn’t be more extreme. One carries the implication that the modern world is a complex place in which the process of discovering new people and ideas leads to bountiful rewards. The other rejects all that and implores you to settle for a flashier version of the same old thing.

Grade: C

Transformers: The Last Knight” opens nationwide on June 20, 2017.

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Valiant Summit Offers Fans A Close Look At Valiant's Titles for 2017

During their 3rd annual Valiant Summit, Valiant Entertainment once again gave us an amazing line up of books that will be released throughout this year, starting with last months launch of X-o Manowar and concluding with December's release of Quantum and Woody. It is important to note that Valiant Entertainment has only been around since their relaunch in 2012. They had such an impact that they won the award of Comic Publisher of the Year from Diamond Comic Distributors that same year. Now they are on the verge of bigger and better things including a YouTube series called Ninjak Vs. The Valiant Universe, a multi-movie deal with Sony which includes a Bloodshot movie and a Quantum and Woody television show that will be made by the Russo brothers, who are currently working on the next Avengers film.

They were very excited about their line up as their first title X-o Manowar #1 has already sold over 90,000 copies,
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In 1932’s Chandu The Magician, Edmund Lowe plays the titular wizard. What famous boogie man plays his adversary?

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The Best Of The Best: The Greatest Movie Actors and the roles that made them great

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Author: Dave Roper

The prospective candidates for admission to MiB were hand-picked because they were the best of the best of the best. That’s a lot of superlatives. Eric Roberts and Chris Penn were two of the more unlikely members of a Tae Kwon Do team that took on Korea in The Best of the Best and across pretty much every athletic and artistic theatre of endeavour you can think of, debate rages as to who is the best of the best. Today we look at the greatest movie actors.

This new series of articles is not intended to lay such arguments to rest. Instead it will hopefully prompt some discussion and (polite) debate as we consider, within certain film-making disciplines, who might be considered to be the best and what is their best work. Highly subjective, of course, but that is whence springs healthy debate. We’ll get to actresses,
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