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Bruce Springsteen Really Did Write A Song For Harry Potter That Was Wisely Rejected

Try to imagine the frog choir singing Springsteen (Warner Bros.) I am not saying anything bad about Bruce Springsteen. But I do think that his style, amidst all the grade-A Britishness that Harry Potter exudes, might have been a little jarring.

Marvel Pulls Variant Cover For Sexualizing Invincible Iron Man's New 15-Year-Old Hero

Pinup art has long been an unfortunate staple of variant comic covers depicting female heroes — but when that sexualized aesthetic starts getting applied to 15 year old teenage girls, it’s not a good look for anyone involved.

That Time DC Comics' First Black Superhero Kicked Hal Jordan's Arse

DC Comics has a lot of Green Lanterns. Thousands of them are weird-looking aliens from extraterrestrial cultures; a decent chunk of them are from Earth. Human ring-wielders fight all the time, but Green Lantern: Mosaic #5 is a classic because of how John Stewart beat his fellow Green Lantern Hal Jordan.

At $20 Each, These Potato Chips Must Be Made Of Pure Ambrosia

If you’re going to shell out $100 for potato chips, each crisp should be more filling than Elvish lembas bread, or pack so much flavour it’d put Willy Wonka’s entire catalogue to shame. I supposes the Swedish-based St Erik’s Brewery is aiming for the latter with this limited run, five-chip boxset.

J.J. Abrams Reveals The Crazy CG Effect You Didn't Know Was In The Force Awakens

There was a lot of amazing visual setpieces in The Force Awakens, made possibly by the incredible wizardry of ILM and many other VFX studios. But sometimes the best use of CGI is one where you had no idea its even used, as J.J. Abrams points out in this exclusive clip from his new Force Awakens commentary track.

More Casting Rumours For Deadpool 2's Other New Mutant Superhero

A familiar villain is coming back to The Flash, but with a twist. Kevin Fiege talks about Dan Harmon’s involvement in Doctor Strange. 12 Monkeys goes back to the future with some major new casting. Plus,new looks at Resident Evil: The Final Chapter and The Walking Dead, and new Power Rangers posters. Behold, Spoilers!

The Recent American Horror Story Twist Was Kinda Lame

American Horror Story‘s refusal to reveal its theme in advance was an early sign that season six would be more unusual than… Well,usual. The first five episodes were formatted as a reality TV show — My Roanoke Nightmare — and recently episode six unveiled the much-rumoured BIG TWIST. But the twist, sadly, was far from shocking.

Arrow Is Finally Having Some Fun, But It Still Needs Focus

Way too many things were going on in last night’s Arrow — and none of them were really related to the ongoing arc of this current season. Thankfully, one of the things that did happen was so thoroughly enjoyable and fun that it made the maelstrom of too many things disappear for a few, glorious minutes.

James Wan's Description Of The Aquaman Movie Is Both Exciting And Confusing

A “swashbuckling action-adventure” — that’s how director James Wan just described his upcoming Aquaman stand-alone movie. Which raises a lot of questions. What will he be adventuring for? Will he fight pirates? Will I get to see Jason Momoa swinging around a ship with a cutlass between his teeth? Because if I don’t I’m going to be mad.

New TV Drama About The Imminent Arrival Of A Killer Asteroid Feels Very Timely

Unfortunately, the CBS show — from executive producer Alex Kurtzman, whose TV credits include Fringe, Limitless, Sleepy Hollow, and Alias; he also directed the Tom Cruise Mummy reboot that’s out next year — is titled Salvation, suggesting it might not end with the asteroid smashing Earth into a billion pieces, as we all might currently be hoping

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