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Benedict Cumberbatch Cast in Star Wars: Episode VII?

While still garnering attention with his roles in Sherlock, The Hobbit, and Star Trek Into Darkness, British actor Benedict Cumberbatch is STRONGLY rumored to play a role in Star Wars Episode VII. While Bleeding Cool and Film Chronicles are both well-known for providing information that later turns out to be true, many fans aren’t buying it until Abrams, Cumberbatch, or ...

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How The Hobbit Should Have Ended

How the Hobbit Should Have Ended by “Goldberry” This is magical! Magical and probably controversial. Now, you may recall, I rather enjoyed The Unexpected Journey. It may have had some pacing problems, but on the whole, it was a fun movie and I’m excited to go back to Middle-earth again in December. So bearing that in mind, what’s so awesome ...

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Keaton Approved: Ben Affleck as Batman "He’s Gonna be Great!"

To further fuel the angry NERD flames of crying Bat fans around the world regarding the announcement of Dogma star Ben Affleck taking on the cowl of the Dark Knight, TMZ caught up with fan favorite and first Batman movie star Michael Keaton to talk about the casting decision. But what have other celebrities thought of Warner Bros.’s choice? The ...

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Star Wars Episode VII Dates Confirmed

Amidst rumors of the premiere of Episode VII being bumped out of the summer 2015 lineup in favor of a Christmas date, GeektyRant and Latino Review have confirmed the rumor to be true. Episode VII will begin production on January 21, 2014 and will premiere during the holiday season of 2015. Also of note is that director J.J. Abrams will ...

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Game of Thrones: A Spot of Immortality?

A Spot of Immortality? by Olga A. The most dedicated of the fans knew it all along. Now it is about to become official news. Peter Fincham, of the ITV network, UK, has claimed a few days ago that The Game of Thrones was quite a match for the paragon of a great novel, “War and Peace,” by L. Tolstoy, ...

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An Expected Journey to the Greisinger Museum

  We’re excited to announce that our very own Co-Founder of Legendarium Media, John Di Bartolo, will be attending the grand opening celebrations of the Greisinger Museum. John will be providing live and up to the minute coverage of the this long expected party. The Greisinger Museum is located in eastern Switzerland, precisely in Jenins, one of the municipalities in the ...

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The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug – Movie Adaptation Books and Covers

As the December 13th release of Peter Jackson’s next installment, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, approaches so does the start of product and teaser releases. Continuing with our previous post of the cover art for Brian Sibley’s Official Movie Guide, we post the covers of the recently unveiled. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Visual Companion: “The second epic ...

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Teaser Trailer for New Hobbit Animated Film

  Remember the old Rankin-Bass animated film The Hobbit? Did you enjoy the Bakshi adaptation of The Lord of the Rings? If you’re a fan of Middle-earth in all its animated splendor, keep a weathered eye on the horizon. Cosmic Creations, a company known for stunning animation, art and graphic design, has released a teaser trailer for their feature-length animated adaptation of J.R.R. ...

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RUMOR: Mark Strong & Bryan Cranston to Appear in Batman vs. Superman?

DC Comics News started off the weekend with a pretty awesome rumor, which would be even more awesome if it turned out to be true. “Bryan Cranston and Mark Strong’s names have already popped up multiple times as contenders to play Lex Luthor due to their intense acting abilities and well-regarded bald heads. If all turns out according to this ...

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Getting Started With Wuxia Films

Have you seen clips of those Asian movies with people flying around while swordfighting, but never really gave much thought to watching the whole movie? Or have you been interested in them but never really knew where to start? The following list can help you out with that! Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000) This is easily the most well-known and ...

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