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Glen Ilnicki
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Glen has been reading comic books and playing video games his whole life. His unhealthy passion, however, is for film. He currently resides in Ottawa, Canada.

Steven Spielberg and John Williams to release movie score box set

Steven Spielberg and John Williams are one of the most famous creative partners in movie history, collaborating on dozens of iconic films. When you think about motion picture scores, there’s

Robert Downey Jr. to reunite with Richard Linklater for con man film

If you’ve taken a look at Robert Downey Jr.’s IMDB page recently, you’ve probably noticed that the actor will be playing Iron Man in his next 27 movies after already

Andrew Lincoln gives promising comments about Walking Dead finale

The Walking Dead returned last night kicking off the second half of season 7, but that doesn’t mean we can’t look ahead to the season finale. We all know about

Will Smith drops out of Tim Burton’s Dumbo

It seemed like such a great pairing, but it looks like it wasn’t meant to be. Tim Burton is still directing a live-action adaptation of the 1941 animated film Dumbo,

Marvel comics expected to look more recognizable in near future

If someone who had read Marvel comics in, say, the ’80s or ’90s, returned to the brand today after an extended hiatus, there’s no doubt this person would be completely

Brotherhood of Evil Mutants set to return in X-Men Gold

As most fans know, there’s a huge war going on between the Inhumans and the X-Men right now in the aptly named Inhumans vs X-Men event. And, as per usual,

Billy Dee Williams discusses his meeting with new Lando Calrissian actor Donald Glover

Although actor Billy Dee Williams has obviously played other parts, he’ll always be associated most with portraying Lando Calrissian, the traitor-turned-hero from the Star Wars saga, who made his debut

Hugh Jackman opens up about his early days playing Wolverine

It’s hard to think of anyone other than Hugh Jackman playing Wolverine. After all, he’s been doing it, very well in fact, for almost two decades now and the actor

The Founder Review

It’s hard to believe there was actually a time before McDonald’s. The fast food franchise, like, say, Star Wars, is so ingrained in our culture and utterly ubiquitous as to

Batman v Superman tops the list of Razzie nominations

The movie has been slammed by audiences and critics for the better part of a year and now Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has earned the most nominations (tied

Lucille beer being produced for fans of The Walking Dead

Apparently, the controversial fiasco with Negan and his beloved baseball bat, Lucille, has made quite an impression among fans of The Walking Dead. Memes and sketches are to be expected,

The Emoji Movie recruits Sir Patrick Stewart for coveted poo emoji role

There’s probably not a single human being in the world who’d refer to the well-respected actor Sir Patrick Stewart as a pile of shit, but that’s exactly what he’ll be

Tom Hardy discusses collaborating with Christopher Nolan for future Bond films

Will he or won’t he? That seems to be the ongoing question regarding Daniel Craig returning to the James Bond franchise. At one point, he said he’d rather slit his

Lucasfilm says Carrie Fisher won’t return to Star Wars films in CGI form

One of the most talked-about elements from the recently released Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is the way in which characters from the original Star Wars films were recreated

Michael Jackson to get Lifetime movie treatment

Love him or hate him, there’s no doubt that Michael Jackson was one of the most iconic and influential artists of the last century. Considering this and all the ups

Uncharted movie finally gets a screenplay

It seems like there’s been nothing but bad news for the film version of the Uncharted video game series. Back in the fall, we reported that Sony Pictures had removed

Manchester by the Sea (movie review)

In a way, Manchester by the Sea, the new film written and directed by Kenneth Lonergan, is a minor miracle. Here’s a film whose protagonist has ruined his life through

New Syrian comic book aimed at helping those in need

There’s no denying the tragedies that countless Syrians have faced as of late. War and political unrest have ruined so many lives and forced thousands of innocent human beings to

Ridley Scott explains why he won’t direct a superhero film

Not only has Ridley Scott directed several genre films, but he’s responsible for some of the most iconic genre films in the history of cinema. He made the original Alien

Logan director James Mangold explains how film is unique

Like it or not, we are living in the age of the superhero movie. With advances in special effects and constantly growing audience appreciation, we’re seeing comic book stories adapted