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Say His Name: The Crazy Comic Book History of ‘Shazam!’

DC’s Shazam! hits theatres this week, making it the second Captain Marvel movie in under a month. The other one by Marvel Studios was about Carol Danvers, who has her own convoluted history . Most comic fans today associate Carol with “Captain Marvel” moniker, which she’s held since 2012, but it wasn’t always this way. In fact, decades before Marvel had any Captain Marvel at all, Fawcett Comics created a fun, friendly superhero who, in his early years, outsold even the likes of Superman...
Tags: Movies, Dwayne Johnson, Alan Moore, Superman, Beck, America, Features, National, Batman, Dc, Marvel Comics, Marvel Studios, Jack Kirby, Warner Brothers, Mark Strong, Carol


Road to Endgame: ‘The Avengers’ Changed Cinema and Avoided the Mistakes of Past Marvel Movies

(Welcome to  Road to Endgame , where we revisit all 22 movies of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and ask, “How did we get here?” In this edition:  The Avengers changed studio filmmaking, though not before ticking off The Pentagon.) The Avengers  is as close as you can get to a quintessential blockbuster experience. Few films before or since have resulted in such widespread global celebration, something even the film’s third sequel,  Avengers: Endgame,  may or may not match. Only time will tell...
Tags: New York, Movies, Youtube, Alan Moore, Marvel, Disney, America, Earth, Features, Manhattan, Pentagon, Scarlett Johansson, Road, Thanos, Avengers, Marvel Studios


Behold, the '70s sci-fi book series that popularized the Illuminati conspiracy

The historical Illuminati was a failed 18th century Bavarian secret society. Current Illuminati conspiracies stem from a satirical '70s counterculture book.Authors Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson's intent was to sow chaotic disinformation just for the satire.The Illuminati has become a stand-in myth for every conspiratorial crackpots' idea of some omnipresent cabal pulling the strings on world affairs. Depending on who you ask, sometimes they're responsible for some two-bit celebrity's ris...
Tags: Psychology, Books, Fiction, Alan Moore, History, Culture, Innovation, Literature, Bavaria, Illuminati, Kennedy, Wilson, Shea, Robert Anton Wilson, Robert Shea, Principia Discordia


Alan Moore 'impressed' by Northampton Film Festival

Watchmen author Alan Moore says a new film festival gives his hometown's next generation a "voice".
Tags: News, Alan Moore, Northampton Film Festival


POLL: Should Tim Burton and Michael Keaton Make a Third Batman?

BEGIN SLIDESHOW POLL: Should Tim Burton and Michael Keaton Make a Third Batman? Director Tim Burton and star Michael Keaton redefined the nature of superhero films with his dark, gothic take on The Caped Crusader with 1989’s Batman. In 1992 they re-teamed for the more idiosyncratic sequel Batman Returns, but never got to round out the trilogy as both passed on 1995’s Batman Forever. Now that the original Batman is turning 30 this year, should Tim Burton and Michael Keaton reunite for one ...
Tags: Movies, Jack Nicholson, Alan Moore, Tim Burton, Hugh Jackman, Penguin, Christopher Walken, Batman, Warner Bros, Birdman, Halle Berry, Batman Returns, Michael Keaton, Polls, Trump, Burton


CS Remembers Zack Snyder’s Watchmen 10 Years Later

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Remembers Zack Snyder’s Watchmen 10 Years Later One of the most hotly anticipated superhero movies of all-time opened ten years ago on this day, March 6, 2009. Zack Snyder‘s Watchmen came into cinemas with enormous expectations riding on its adaptation of what many consider to be the Citizen Kane of the comic book realm. The fact that it failed to meet those expectations for many -including Warner Bros., who saw it go down in flames at the box office with $185 million w...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Alan Moore, Superman, Earth, Fox, Ronald Reagan, Paul Greengrass, Brazil, Manhattan, Justice League, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Batman, Hilary Swank, Warner Bros, Tom Cruise


The Unpopular Opinion: 10 Years Later, Zack Snyder’s ‘Watchmen’ is the Best-Case-Scenario for Anyone Adapting the Comic

(Welcome to The Unpopular Opinion, a series where a writer goes to the defense of a much-maligned film or sets their sights on a movie seemingly beloved by all. In this edition: Zack Snyder’s Watchmen adaptation is a best case scenario situation.) I will be the first to admit that Zack Snyder’s interpretation of Watchmen isn’t perfect. In fact, in some respects it’s a very strangely paced and plotted film, very long with meandering diversions into the psyches of its large and often disconn...
Tags: Movies, Alan Moore, Superman, Features, Bob Dylan, The Times, Manhattan, Mars, Batman, John Higgins, Warner Brothers, Dan, Snyder, Sally, Moore, Laurie


Metro Exodus, Devil Engine and Apex Legends: three games that demonstrate the value of genres

From a ‘battle royale’ showdown to a shoot ’em up revival, three mixed new titles demonstrate the value to games of genresGenres, as the graphic novelist Alan Moore once wrote, are pretty much only useful for directing the WH Smith’s clerk in which section to place the books. The best work is woven from threads of comedy, tragedy, romance, horror and all the rest. It defies, in other words, tedious categorisation. In video games, however, the strictures of genre cannot be so easily dismissed. Ga...
Tags: Games, Alan Moore, Culture, WH Smith, Arcade Games, Shooting Games, Dmitry Glukhovsky, Action Games, Metro Exodus, Metro Exodus Devil Engine


A Look Inside Julie Benbassat's Sketchbook

Julie Benbassat is a well established illustrator from the United States, working from Providence, Rhode Island as a freelancer. She has been featured by Paste Magazine, been the illustrator for the Brown Political Review and worked with clients like BOOM! Comics, Cartoon Network, Harmonix and The National Park Service. Her work is always filled with life and color. Her variant covers for the Season 11 Adventure Time comics is an absolute joy to look at with her use of more detailed, stylized fi...
Tags: Art, Alan Moore, United States, Providence Rhode Island, Julie Benbassat, Brown Political Review, BOOM Comics Cartoon Network Harmonix, Benbassat


New Footage from Game of Thrones, Watchmen, Deadwood, and More Debuts!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW New footage from Game of Thrones, Watchmen, Deadwood, and more debuts! Ahead of the season finale for True Detective tonight, HBO has released a new teaser for their 2019 programming slate including new footage from the final season of Game of Thrones, the return of Big Little Lies, the highly anticipated Deadwood movie, and brand new shows like Watchmen, His Dark Materials, Los Espookys, and more! Check it out in the player below! PB = PB || ...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, Alan Moore, TV News, Game Of Thrones, Emilia Clarke, Damon Lindelof, Westeros, Deadwood, David Benioff, White Rabbit, Lindelof, Bryan Cogman, Warner Bros Television, Weiss Carolyn Strauss Frank Doelger


5 flavors of anarchy

Anarchists are often typecast in popular opinion as black-clothed bomb-throwers.However, many would be surprised by the number and identities of different anarchists.What's more, anarchist beliefs aren't simply that the state should be overthrown; there are many different variations and interpretations. None It takes an independent mind to declare oneself an anarchist, but even so, the stories and characters of people who identify as anarchists can be surprising. Here's five snapshots of differe...
Tags: Politics, Supreme Court, Government, Boston, Alan Moore, Economics, History, Chicago, Britain, United States, Capitalism, Innovation, Goldman, Leo Tolstoy, Authority, Social Change


5 anarchists who are famous but all very different

Anarchists are often typecast in popular opinion as black-clothed bomb-throwers.However, many would be surprised by the number and identities of different anarchists.What's more, anarchist beliefs aren't simply that the state should be overthrown; there are many different variations and interpretations. None It takes an independent mind to declare oneself an anarchist, but even so, the stories and characters of people who identify as anarchists can be surprising. Here's five snapshots of differe...
Tags: Politics, Supreme Court, Government, Boston, Alan Moore, Economics, History, Chicago, Britain, United States, Capitalism, Innovation, Goldman, Leo Tolstoy, Authority, Social Change


DC Universe is Doubling its Comic Book Catalogue With ‘Wonder Woman,’ ‘Batman Incorporated,’ and More

DC Universe wants to be your one-stop shop for all things DC Comics. The digital platform launched in September of last year on Batman Day to much hype, with original titles, classic movies and TV shows, and an impressive catalogue to bolster its standing in the crowded streaming field. Now that the service has found its footing, it’s looking to make another major expansion for its comic book catalogue. DC Universe is set to double its comic book library by the end of March, according to The...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Comic Books, Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Dc Comics, Harley Quinn, Batman, Dc, Grant Morrison, Tom King, Scott Snyder, Comic Book/Superhero, DC Universe, Comixology, DC Digital Services


TV Bits: ‘Happy!’, ‘Game of Thrones’, ‘Therapy Dog’, ‘One Day At a Time’, ‘The Last O.G.’, ‘Twilight Zone’, ‘Watchmen’, ‘Treadstone’

In this edition of TV bits: “Weird Al” Yankovic will play a Smoking Man Baby on Happy! Some nerdy professor named a beetle after Game of Thrones dragons. Fox is developing an animated series called Therapy Dog. Watch the trailer for One Day At a Time season 3. Oh, and watch the trailer for The Last O.G. season 2, too. Jordan Peele’s Twilight Zone adds DeWanda Wise & Jessica Williams. Hong Chau joins the cast of Watchmen. Bourne spin-off series Treadstone fills out its cast. Syfy’s demente...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Television, Movies, Drama, Alan Moore, Happy, Fox, Netflix, Animation, Game Of Thrones, Cbs, Tbs, Cia, Baby, Jessica Williams


HBO’s Watchmen Adds Dustin Ingram in Key Role

HBO’s Watchmen adds Dustin Ingram in key role Following the recent addition of Golden Globe nominated-actress Hong Chau, Deadline reports that Dustin Ingram (Sun Records) has joined the cast of HBO’s Watchmen series. Created by Damon Lindelof from Alan Moore and Dave Gibbon’s limited comic book series of the same name, Ingram will be playing a key recurring role but further details about his character are still under wraps. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlo...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, Alan Moore, Fbi, TV News, Justice League, Damon Lindelof, Jeremy Irons, Golden Globe, CMT, Carl Perkins, Ingram, White Rabbit, Lindelof, Warner Bros Television


‘Watchmen’ Casts ‘Sun Records’ Alum Dustin Ingram in Recurring Role

The mystery surrounding Damon Lindelof‘s upcoming Watchmen series is not getting any clearer, even with the casting of a “key” supporting character. Dustin Ingram, star of the CMT series Sun Records, is joining the Watchmen cast in a recurring role that remains undisclosed. The HBO series inspired by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons iconic graphic novel has released some footage and shared a vague synopsis, but we still have little clue what Watchmen is about. But the latest casting news adds to ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Casting, Alan Moore, Sci-fi, Damon Lindelof, Gibbons, Moore, Sun Records, White Rabbit, Stephen Williams, Lindelof, Dave Gibbons, Warner Bros Television, Watchmen, Nicole Kassell


Hong Chau Joins HBO’s Watchmen in Key Role

Hong Chau joins HBO’s Watchmen in key role According to Deadline, Golden Globe nominated-actress Hong Chau (Downsizing) has signed on to join the ensemble cast of HBO’s upcoming Watchmen series. Created by Damon Lindelof from Alan Moore and Dave Gibbon’s limited comic book series of the same name, Chau is set to portray a key role with the outlet saying her character name is “Lady T.” but further details about her character are still being kept under wraps. PB ...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, Matt Damon, Alan Moore, Disney, Fbi, Julia Roberts, TV News, Justice League, Damon Lindelof, Trent Reznor, Jeremy Irons, Golden Globe, Chau, Atticus Ross


Billionaire Beach Villain Vinod Khosla has a thought concerning Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Vinod Khosla is a Silicon Valley venture capitalist who chose to define his legacy through a spectacular legal battle to block access to the public part of a beach are he owns in California. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) is the youngest woman ever elected to the U.S. House of Representatives, whose openly progressive positions (especially a proposal to tax rich people's incomes at 70% after the first $10,000,000 a year) have shocked conservatives into an all-consuming hysteria. Moreover, she's...
Tags: Post, Politics, News, California, Alan Moore, America, New York Times, Silicon Valley, William Shakespeare, Times, Khosla, Vinod Khosla, Aoc, Democratic Party, Boston University, U S House of Representatives


Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Drops Watchmen Fire in Response to Criticism

House Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) won the race for New York’s 14th congressional district by leading with her democratic socialist politics and running on a progressive platform advocating for an increased marginal tax rate on the wealthy and universal healthcare. Much to the surprise of her new…Read more...
Tags: Politics, New York, Science, Alan Moore, Dc Comics, House, Vertigo, Watchmen, Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, Alexandra Ocasio Cortez


Ocasio-Cortez responds to reports Democrats are trying to rein her in – live

‘I’m not locked up in here with YOU. You’re locked up in here with ME.’Government shutdown forces Miami airport terminal to close Podcast: who will pay for the wall?Sign up to our US morning briefing 5.12pm GMT S&P Global estimate that the border wall shutdown has already cost the economy $3.6bn, and in another two weeks will have cost $6bn.Keen watchers will note that $6bn is more than the $5.7bn that Trump is demanding to build the wall. 4.59pm GMT An apparent response from Alexandria...
Tags: Republicans, Politico, Alan Moore, US, World news, US news, Democrats, US politics, Miami, US Congress, Donald Trump, Alexandria, Trump, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ocasio Cortez, Alan Moore Moore


HBO 2019 Reel Reveals First Look at Watchmen and Game of Thrones

HBO 2019 reel reveals first look at Watchmen and Game of Thrones HBO has released a brand new 2019 preview reel, giving us a glimpse of what to expect from their highly-anticipated new and continuing original series. First up is a first look at Damon Lindelof’s Watchmen featuring Jeremy Irons as Ozymandias. The teaser also provided the first footage from the upcoming final season of the premium cable network’s multi-awarded fantasy series Game of Thrones. The short scene gave us a glimpse of ...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, Alan Moore, Nicole Kidman, TV News, Game Of Thrones, True Detective, Barry, Helen Mirren, Veep, Catherine, Zendaya, Emilia Clarke, Damon Lindelof, Sansa


‘Watchmen’ TV Series Footage Revealed With ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8 Tease and More

HBO knows what you want: teasers! The cable network has a big year ahead in 2019, with the final season of Game of Thrones airing, along with their Watchmen show, Big Little Lies season 2, and more. To get everyone hyped up, HBO has released a 2019 teaser that features our first look at Watchmen TV series footage, along with a Game of Thrones season 8 tease, a clip from Big Little Lies season 2, and more. Check it out below. Watchmen TV Series Footage and More Watchmen Oh wow, there’s...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Drama, Fantasy, Alan Moore, Meryl Streep, Adaptation, Game Of Thrones, Jon Snow, Damon Lindelof, Gibbons, Jeremy Irons, Mary, Moore, Kidman


Daily Podcast: Comic Recommendations, Future of the Spider-Verse, Jurassic World 3, Henry Cavill, Brian K. Vaughan

On the December 14, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman and writer Hoai-Tran Bui to talk about the latest film and TV news, including the future of Sony’s animated Spider-Verse , if Henry Cavill is finished as Superman, Jurassic World 3 , and Legendary making deals with comic creators for films and TV shows. They’ll also offer some comic/graphic novel recommendations in a mailbag segment. You can subscribe to /Fil...
Tags: Movies, Alan Moore, Sony, Nashville, Henry Cavill, Alex, Jason Momoa, Hawkeye, Peter, Ben, Ben Pearson, Hoai Tran Bui, David Aja, Film Daily Podcast, Brad Oman, Sam Hume


Alan Moore’s The Show Offers a First Look at the Gothic Movie

Alan Moore’s The Show offers a first look at the gothic movie Comic book legend Alan Moore (Watchmen, Swamp Thing) has typically distanced himself (often angrily) from big-screen adaptations of his work. Now, he’s written the script for a movie of his own, The Show, which will continue the stories he started telling in 2014’s short film series Show Pieces. Earlier today Deadline, revealed the first image from the film which will air exclusively on Shudder. It features a man — who looks a bit...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Alan Moore, Tunde Adebimpe, Moore, Tom Burke, ComingSoon, The Show, Andrew Broder, Shudder, Mitch Jenkins, Northampton UK, Adam Drucker, Crook Flail, Alan Sparhawk Low, Nona Invie


Hometown shoot for Moore's first film

A first movie screenplay written by comic book writer Alan Moore is being filmed in Northampton.
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First Look: Alan Moore’s ‘The Show,’ Starring Tom Burke

The first look image has been released from British independent movie “The Show,” based on an original story by graphic novel creator Alan Moore, best known for “Watchmen,” “V for Vendetta,” “The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen” and “From Hell.” The cast is led by Tom Burke, whose credits include “War and Peace,” “The Souvenir” and […]
Tags: News, Alan Moore, Global, Tom Burke


Masks Save Lives in New HBO’s Watchmen Teasers

Masks save lives in new HBO’s Watchmen teasers HBO has released two new mysterious teasers for their upcoming Watchmen TV series. Created by Damon Lindelof from Alan Moore and Dave Gibbon’s limited comic book series of the same name, the teasers both feature police officers with yellow face masks covering their entire face. Check out the full photos below! Set in an alternate history where “superheroes” are treated as outlaws, Watchmen embraces the nostalgia of the original groundbreaking gra...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, Alan Moore, Dc Comics, Fbi, TV News, Justice League, Damon Lindelof, Trent Reznor, Jeremy Irons, Atticus Ross, White Rabbit, Lindelof, ComingSoon, Warner Bros Television


New ‘Watchmen’ Photos Show Off More of the Police Department’s Unusual Uniforms

We’re intensely curious about what Damon Lindelof is cooking up over at HBO with his new Watchmen TV series, but in true mystery box fashion, the creator/showrunner is keeping us largely in the dark about the specifics of what he’s doing. Instead, the Watchmen Instagram account has revealed two new looks at some of the show’s characters, giving us a better view of the masked police officer characters seen in last month’s first look photo. Take a look below. New Watchmen Photos ...
Tags: Images, Hbo, Television, Movies, Drama, Alan Moore, Adaptation, Ken Burns, Oklahoma, Damon-Lindelof, Gibbons, Jeremy Irons, Tulsa, Moore, Lindelof, Comic Book/Superhero


George R.R. Martin’s Wild Cards Set for Two Shows at Hulu

George R.R. Martin’s Wild Cards set for two shows at Hulu While we anxiously await the return of Game of Thrones this April, another popular George R.R. Martin series is preparing to make the jump to the small screen. Wild Cards, the author’s popular 27-volume saga, has been set up at Hulu via Universal Cable Prods., where a writer’s room is being established to create two new shows based on the long-running series. According to Deadline, both series will be written and executive produced by...
Tags: TV, Movies, Alan Moore, TV News, Manhattan, Hulu, George R R Martin, Martin, Andrew Miller, ComingSoon, Wild Cards, Melinda Snodgrass, Vince Geradis, United Kingdom Comic, Croyd Crenson


‘Watchmen’ Actor Tim Blake Nelson Says the HBO Show is “Way Beyond” a Standard Adaptation

You may know Tim Blake Nelson as the hapless Delmar O’Donnell in the Coen Brothers’ Homeric comedy O Brother, Where Art Thou?, but the successful character actor is about to step into a totally different type of world with Damon Lindelof‘s unconventional new Watchmen TV series. In a recent interview, Nelson (who also appears as the title character in the Coens’ upcoming western anthology The Ballad of Buster Scruggs) says the Watchmen HBO show is “way beyond your run of the mill comic adaptatio...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Drama, Alan Moore, Adaptation, Nelson, Damon-Lindelof, Gibbons, Jeremy Irons, Moore, Damon, Coens, Zack Snyder, HBO Show, Tim-Blake-Nelson, Lindelof