On February 10, 1992, MTV VJ Karyn Bryant set up shop in the Marvel Comics bullpen to get the inside scoop on how comics were made at the height of the industry boom, while also tossing to awesome new videos from Seal, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nirvana and Genesis.
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FX is going big for its X-Men take, Legion. The network has tapped Downton Abbey’s Dan Stevens, Parks and Recreation grad Aubrey Plaza and Fargo alum Jean Smart to star in the pilot from Noah Hawley (Fargo), The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
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How far we’ve come since the first X-MEN back in 2000. Black leather was in in those days, and every character looked like they hopped right out of THE MATRIX. It was the only real way you could sell a comic book movie back then.
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Jesse Wigutow has been tapped to adapt Descender, the sci-fi comic book from acclaimed creator Jeff Lemire. Josh Bratman will produce the project under his Immersive Pictures banner with Lemire and Dustin Nguyen, the comic’s co-creator and artist, executive producing.
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Football is family, says the National Football League. And as it turns out, football also makes family. That’s right. After the Super Bowl, the winning team brings home the Lombardi Trophy. And nine months later, many of their fans bring home a new family member.
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Eager viewers swung their gaze to actor Mike Colter during Season 1 of “Marvel’s Jessica Jones,” now streaming only on Netflix, and found themselves rewarded in his inhabiting the role of Luke Cage.
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