Embattled Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman Takes His Case to the Company's Employees

Embattled Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman Takes His Case to the Company's Employees

Urging the company not to be distracted by his current battle with Sumner Redstone, Viacom’s top executive makes his argument for how Viacom’s various businesses are moving “rapidly and successfully into the future.”read more
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DC Rebirth Cast Revealed in Massive Image

DC Rebirth Cast Revealed in Massive Image

DC Comics has revealed a massive image featuring dozens of characters from their upcoming line-wide company relaunch, DC Rebirth. Warning, there are a couple spoilers if you haven’t read DC Universe: Rebirth #1 yet. Here’s the full image, which will also appear at the end of DC Universe: Rebirth #1, out tomorrow, as a teaser for what’s to come. Image by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado and Hi-FiAs you can see, it features a colorful image with lots of smiling faces and costumes closer to their classic design, a stark contrast to the darker, moodier New 52 that launched in 2011 (and brought about the need for Rebirth in the first place). Continue reading…
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Person of Interest: "QSO" Review

Person of Interest: "QSO" Review

Warning: Full spoilers for the episode below. We got a double-dose of Person of Interest tonight with the episodes “QSO” and “Reassortment.” My review for “Reassortment” will be up in the morning. 30 Rock’s Scott Adsit, along with Root’s perpetual quest for Shaw, helped liven up this episode of Person of Interest as a radio show centered around conspiracy theories became the latest battleground in the war against Samaritan. Meanwhile, Shaw went on another field trip with the tragic twist being the reverse of what we’ve seen so far. I wasn’t a huge fan of how “A More Perfect Union” replayed the VR twist from “6,741,” but I see now that it could have been there so that this twist could land. The one where Shaw found out that she actually wasn’t in a virtual world. Making her flippant choice to murder a scientist that Samaritan had targeted as being dangerous a very real thing. So her time with Lambert (not Greer this time) wound up turning her into an unsuspecting Samaritan agent. Essentially she was tricked into carrying out a hit. Continue reading…
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