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Queen of Disco Donna Summer Is Dead

May 17, 2012
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Queen of Disco Donna Summer Is Dead

Donna Summer who was affectionately referred to as the “Queen of Disco” passed away today at the age of 63 after a lengthy battle with cancer. Her family confirmed her death in a statement which said "we are at peace celebrating her extraordinary life and her continued legacy." "Words truly can’t express how much we appreciate your prayers and love for our family at this sensitive time," the statement...

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Swamp People Star Mitchell Guist Has Died

May 14, 2012
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Swamp People Star Mitchell Guist Has Died

          Michell Guist who appeared on The History Channel series Swamp People  with his brother Glenn passed away today in a Louisiana swamp earlier today. Guist was out on a swamp boat and around 9 a.m. he appeared to have a seizure and fell into the water. The person who was in the boat with the Swamp People star turned the boat around and pulled...

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Phoenix Comicon 2012

May 13, 2012
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Phoenix Comicon 2012

Phoenix Comicon 2012 is nearly here kicking off Memorial Day weekend May 24th-27th 2012. I encourage you if you can attend please do and get your Geek On. This year the Phoenix Comicon the chance to boldly go where no other Southwest comicon has ever gone before with its largest and most diverse guest line up to date. This year the Phoenix Comicin is attempting to cement themselves as...

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The Avengers 2 Has Been Greenlit

May 9, 2012
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The Avengers 2 Has Been Greenlit

In a move that probably surprised nobody at all The Avengers 2 has already been greenlit by Disney after its record-breaking domestic opening of $207.1 million ($700 million worldwide just in case you’re wondering). Anyway yesterday Disney CEO Bob Eager announced that Marvel Studios is already developing The Avengers 2. No word yet was returning but common sense dictates that the main stars of the film will return in...

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Meow Worlds Most Famous Obese Cat Has Died

May 7, 2012
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Meow Worlds Most Famous Obese Cat Has Died

Meow, the world’s most famous extremely obese cat has passed away at Santa Fe Animal Shelter and Humane Society. He was approximately 2 years old and weighed 39 pounds. Meows weight problems and heavyset frame made the cat in demand as far as television goes making appearances on Today and Anderson 360 during this poor cat brief life. His death was announced today by the Humane Society’s executive director...

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Tom Cruise To Star In Van Helsing Reboot

May 3, 2012
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Tom Cruise To Star In Van Helsing Reboot

You really couldn’t call Van Helsing a movie failure since it grossed more than $300 million. However, studio execs considered it a horrible movie lacking creativity which is why you’ve never seen a sequel. Rather than making a second film on the Van Helsing storyline Universal has decided to reboot the entire film and bring in some star power to help it get off the ground. They brought in...

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Warner Bros. To Reboot Dukes Of Hazzard

May 3, 2012
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Warner Bros. To Reboot Dukes Of Hazzard

As if one reboot wasn’t enough Warner Bros. has decided it’s time to once again reboot America’s favorite hillbilly’s by green lighting a reboot of the Dukes of Hazzard. Warner Bros. has brought in Jody Hill (creator and director of Eastbound and Down and Observe and Report) to direct and write the currently untitled action film starring perhaps the most famous automobile of all time. The only details we...

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John Carter expected to lose $200 million

March 19, 2012
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John Carter expected to lose $200 million

I could’ve told months ago when I first saw the trailer for Disney’s John Carter that this movie was of going to bomb and bomb hard. Today, the not so bright executives over at Disney announced that they intend to write down $200 million because this dud about a Civil War era soldier who ends up being transported to Mars in order to fight off various types of space...

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Review of The Hunger Games

March 16, 2012
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  I really hate to be a director who has to take on a project that requires converting a popular book into a movie form. Gary Ross is a brave man because the weight of the success or failure of The Hunger Games film which is based upon the altar of popular book series rests squarely upon his shoulder. Looking back on the film very there are a few...

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Film Review: A Thousand Words

March 10, 2012
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Eddie Murphy's career has been in the toilet for a few years now and just when you think he'd finally climb his way back out of the bowl he puts out a stinker and tries to flush away once more. In A Thousand Words Eddie Murphy continues his career slide and manages to make his other bombs like Meet Dave and Norbert look nearly award-winning. It's just the latest...

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