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Top 5 Shared Cinematic Universes

  • Cinelinx
Shared, multi-franchise universes are all the rage right now, with many studios jumping on board to milk the cash cow. Cinelinx takes a look back at the five best combine universes in film.

The Avengers have made shared universes the big film craze of recent years. DC/Warner Bros. is planning to copy Marvel/Disney’s unified universe success with their own cross-franchise world, anchored by the Justice League. Disney is also spreading out its Star Wars universe, with annual solo films alternating between the main franchise and spin-offs featuring characters like Obi-Wan, Yoda and Boba Fett. Universal Studios has begun building their own monster-verse, starting with Dracula Untold. Fox is planning to merge their X-Men/Fantastic Four franchises. Paramount is looking at sequels and spin-offs to the Transformers series, making it into a multi-franchise story. Sony is toying with the idea of a combined universe built around the legend of Robin Hood,
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Photos: Jodie Fisher, Hp Scandal Actress, In Movies & TV

Photos: Jodie Fisher, Hp Scandal Actress, In Movies & TV
Jodie Fisher has become best known for her involvement in the sexual harassment scandal that prompted Hp CEO Mark Hurd to resign from the company. At this point, it may seem like a career footnote, but as the after-effects of the scandal reverberate -- the letter she wrote that led to his ouster was made public on Friday -- Fisher has begun to act in small movie and TV roles.

This fall, Fisher guest starred in an episode of "NCIS: Los Angeles," playing a woman named Emma White in an episode about a former Navy Intelligence officer who turns out to be living an illegal double life. She also had a bit part in the re-imagining of the classic Peter Fonda film "Easy Rider," in which she played a bartender.

Prior to this mini-renaissance, and before she began a career in consulting and marketing that would eventually lead her to Hurd,
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'Puppet Master: Axis of Evil' Trailer and Blu-ray Info

'Puppet Master: Axis of Evil' Trailer and Blu-ray Info
Long live Blade! A lot of Full Moon's output has been hit or miss over the years, but I've always enjoyed the Puppet Master films. Hell, who am I kidding? I've enjoyed almost all of Full Moon's films over the years. Blood Dolls, Evil Bong, Subspecies and even Gingerdead Man...no, Especially Gingerdead Man. How could you Not love a movie that features the voice talent of Gary Busey as a murderous gingerbread cookie? Today we have a brand new trailer for Full Moon's Puppet Master: Axis of Evil (love the music),  info on the DVD/Blu-ray Sepcial Edition Toulon Trunk Set and more! Check out the trailer below along with a new Charles Band 'Vidcast' in which he talks about the movie, special...
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'Puppet Master: Axis of Evil' Teaser

'Puppet Master: Axis of Evil' Teaser
Long live Blade! A lot of Full Moon's output has been hit or miss over the years, but I've always enjoyed the Puppet Master films. Hell, who am I kidding? I've enjoyed almost all of Full Moon's films over the years. Blood Dolls, Evil Bong, Subspecies and even Gingerdead Man...no, Especially Gingerdead Man. How could you Not love a movie that features the voice talent of Gary Busey as a murderous gingerbread cookie? So you can imagine my excitement when it was brought to my attention that a teaser trailer for Puppet Master: Axis of Evil had popped up online. Talk is cheap; hit the jump for a full synopsis and the trailer. Coming 2010 Sequel taking place after the events in Puppet...
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Trick ’R Treat w/Michael Dougherty in NYC and more screening news

  • Fangoria
It’s time for another update on horror-film screenings for the Halloween 2009 season and beyond; you can track back through our previous items starting here. The most exciting news is the addition of a very special show to the Scary Movies 3 series currently unspooling at New York City’s Lincoln Center: Trick ’R Treat with Michael Dougherty (pictured) in attendance!

The All Hallow’s anthology feature unspools at the Walter Reade Theater (165 West 65th Street, upper level) this Wednesday, October 21 at 8:30 p.m., followed by a Q&A with Dougherty. Trust us: You want to see this one on the big screen. Full details on Scary Movies 3 can be found here. In addition, adventurous genre fans will want to check out Juraj Herz’s The Cremator when it shows as part of Lincoln Center’s The Ironic Curtain: Czech Cinema series on Tuesday, Oct. 27 at 9 p.m. This black
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