Outlander: What's Ahead for the Time Jump and New Characters

Outlander: What's Ahead for the Time Jump and New Characters

Things are going to be looking a lot different on Outlander when the series returns for Season 3. The Starz time travel series did a major overhaul on its storyline in the Season 2 finale, “Dragonfly in Amber,” and stars Sam Heughan, Caitriona Balfe and showrunner Ron Moore offered up some teases of what those changes mean for the future. Full spoilers for Outlander continue below. Richard Rankin and Sophie Skelton on OutlanderContinue reading…
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Lin-Manuel Miranda Takes Final 'Hamilton' Curtain Call With Original Cast

Lin-Manuel Miranda Takes Final 'Hamilton' Curtain Call With Original Cast

Leslie Odom Jr., Phillipa Soo and ensemble member Ariana DeBose also took their final bows at the Richard Rodgers Theatre.read more
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Outlander: Season 2 Finale Review

Outlander: Season 2 Finale Review

Full spoilers for Outlander continue below. For all that Outlander’s Season 2 finale was a 90 minute extended episode, it didn’t have much room to breathe. “Dragonfly in Amber” had the double duty of wrapping up the season-long Culloden storyline while also sending the Starz series in a very different direction, and the episode did both of those to varying degrees of success. Of the two, Culloden got short-changed. The bulk of the episode’s screentime was taken away from the ill-fated plight of Bonnie Prince Charlie, and even then short chunks were shoved in between longer — and often more interesting — jumps to 1968. Despite the short amount of time spent in the past, some fairly major events took place: Claire and Jamie, realizing the battle couldn’t be won, briefly toy with the idea of murdering Charles Stuart; when Dougal overhear them, they kill him to prevent their betrayal from getting out; and Claire and Jamie get a touching, emotional farewell at Craigh na Dun. Continue reading…
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Beyonce Honors Police Killed in Dallas: "No Violence Will Create Peace"

Beyonce Honors Police Killed in Dallas: "No Violence Will Create Peace"

“Every human being has the right to gather in peaceful protest without suffering more unnecessary violence,” the singer wrote on social media.read more
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Gambit Producer Says Movie May Film Spring 2017

Gambit Producer Says Movie May Film Spring 2017

Following a production delay for Gambit earlier this year, filming on 20th Century Fox’s upcoming superhero movie is now targeting an early 2017 start date, according to writer and producer Simon Kinberg. Speaking to The Hashtag Show (via EW) at the 2016 Saturn Awards, Kinberg said they “have a great script” for the film and are hoping to start shooting “at the beginning, or spring, of next year.” Kingberg also spoke to the studio’s plans for Deadpool 2, noting that Fox’s forthcoming sequel is also targeting an early 2017 production start date. In addition, the producer addressed the future of X-Men, saying he plans to begin work on writing the next entry in Fox’s mutant-focused film franchise very soon. Continue reading…
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Daily Deals: Extended Hobbit Trilogy, Jurassic World, Bethesda Games Sale

Daily Deals: Extended Hobbit Trilogy, Jurassic World, Bethesda Games Sale

All Three Extended Hobbit Movies for the Best Price Yet Amazon just had The Lord of the Rings Trilogy on sale, so it’s only fitting that it would go ahead and discount the extended Hobbit trilogy. The Hobbit movies generally go for over $60, but the whole set is currently just $45, the lowest price I’ve seen by $20. And if you’d prefer the theatrical version, that’s down to $35 as well. Continue reading…
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