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Watch Rufio Return in Hook Prequel Short Bangarang

Watch Rufio Return in Hook Prequel Short Bangarang
After a successful Kickstarter campaign from earlier this year, actor/producer Dante Basco has unveiled his new Hook prequel short film entitled Bangarang, named after his Hook character Rufio's signature catch phrase. This 17-minute short film shows what happened to this young boy, before he became leader of The Lost Boys, when he was just an orphan like Peter Pan himself. Here's the official description of the 17-minute short film from the Kickstarter campaign page.

"This is the story about Rufio, before the mohawk, before Neverland, before he was The Pan. Roofus is a 13-year-old kid who is destined to be more than he is. After his mother is forced to put him into a foster home, he and his rag-tag group of best friends, a Jamaican boy named Julani and a bright-eyed latina force of nature named Ella, find a way for Roofus to escape his ill fate, find
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Comic Uno Is At Borough Con This Friday And Saturday

If you are in the St. Johns University area and attending Borough Con this weekend make sure to stop at one of Comic Uno's panels she will be taking a part of. Below are the days and times when Kat's panels will be taking place.

Friday 3:45-4:45 - Indie Comic PublishingSaturday 2:15-3:15 - Comics in the Internet Age

Superhero, animation and gaming fans will soon converge on Utopia Parkway for a four-day celebration in a park-like setting.

St. John’s University will host BoroughCon, a new pop culture convention, over Memorial Day Weekend 2017, May 26-May 29. The event, which is expected to draw up to 20,000 attendees, will appeal to enthusiasts of heroic stories in film, television, gaming and graphic formats, as well as to those who enjoy anime and manga –animation and comics, respectively, in the Japanese tradition.

BoroughCon programming will include panels and autograph sessions with celebrities,
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Marvel commits to white Iron Fist despite racist roots

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Marvel commits to white Iron Fist despite racist roots
Here we go again. Entertainment Weekly just announced that Marvel and Netflix have found their Iron Fist. Finn Jones (Game of Thrones) has been tapped to play Danny Rand in the upcoming series Iron Fist. I enjoy Jones’ take on Loras Tyrell but I’d be lying if I said I wasn't disappointed by this choice. Disappointed, but not surprised. Marvel has made a stab at diversified casting when it comes to black characters — including changing Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), Heimdall (Idris Elba), and Baron Mordo’s (Chiwetel Ejiofor) race, adding Falcon to the line-up and the introduction of Luke Cage. They’ve even made attempts to include Latino culture with Luis (Michael Peña) and Claire Temple (Rosario Dawson). But for some reason, they keep fumbling at the one-yard line when it comes to representation of Asian cultures. We have Skye (Chloe Bennet), Agent May (Ming-Na Wen) and Madame
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Rufio from "Hook" -- See Him In New Funny Or Die Video!

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Some people can never escape their signature roles -- just ask "Hook" star Dante Basco.Though he's done voice work for "Avatar: The Last Airbender" and starred on the Disney show "American Dragon: Jake Long," Dante is best known for playing Rufio, the mohawked leader of The Lost Boys in the 1991 flick.In a new video for Funny or Die, Dante plays himself auditioning for "A Streetcar Named Desire" ... but it doesn't exactly go according to script. Last time we checked, Stanley never called Stella a "fart factory."Check out the video above -- plus see what the rest of the cast of "Hook" looks like today in the gallery:  Read more
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Dancing With The Stars Announces New Season Cast – Does Anyone Care?

I have to admit from the start that the popularity of Dancing with the Stars completely eludes me. It was an interesting bit of fun the first time around, but mainly for its novelty value. There was a nice combination of showcasing famous people, and giving them something to do that was mildly entertaining without being embarrassing simply for the sake of being embarrassing.

The second and third seasons had a few moments of interest, even if the biggest tune-in sell was watching people who weren’t any good, rather than watching any “talent” take shape. Now, however, I just don’t get it anymore. Much like the Circus of the Stars of days gone by, the novelty is over, “Stars” is becoming more and more loosely defined, and we are thus at a point where we have to come clean and admit we’re watching ballroom dancing. And, much
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