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The King's Man: Release Date, Cast, And More

(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)It's been several years since we last saw the "Kingsman" franchise grace the big screen. Though it hasn't been for a lack of interest on the studio side of things, as "The King's Man," a new entry in the action/spy series, has been ready to go for some time. Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, it had been repeatedly delayed. But ...
Tags: Movies, Secret Service, Ralph Fiennes, Mark Millar, Rhys Ifans, Kingsman, Daniel Brühl, Vaughn, Matthew Goode, Matthew Vaughn, Dave Gibbons, Tom Hollander, Matthew Margeson, David Reid, Harris Dickinson, Dominic Lewis


The 15 Best Superman Comics You Need To Read

Like the utopian Federation of "Star Trek," Superman is an aspirational character. He's a fantasy that began in 1938, when two second-generation Jewish immigrants, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, debuted Superman in the pages of "Action Comics" #1. Audiences quickly latched on to the hero, who despite all of his fantastic powers was still kind, understanding, and heroic. Sure, the myth of Superman is a dream -- but fiction should sometimes dream a little.Despite starring in numerous movies and TV ...
Tags: Movies, Alan Moore, Superman, Dc Comics, America, Earth, Kkk, Metropolis, Kansas, Justice League, Cia, Gotham City, Batman, Dc, Man Of Steel, Cw


The King’s Man Red Band Trailer Revealed for Long-Delayed Prequel

20th Century Studios has dropped a brand new red band trailer for Matthew Vaughn’s long-delayed action prequel The King’s Man, starring Ralph Fiennes, and Gemma Arterton. The film has been delayed several times now, with its first initial date previously due two years ago. Currently, it is slated to finally arrive in theaters on December 22, 2021. The King’s Man red band trailer, which you can check out below along with the new poster, features new footage that continues to highlight its action-...
Tags: Apple, Video, UK, Movies, Action, Ralph Fiennes, Gemma Arterton, Mark Millar, Rhys Ifans, Matthew Vaughn, Karl Gajdusek, Djimon Hounsou, ComingSoon, Movie News, Dave Gibbons, Grigori Rasputin


Cobra Kai’s Xolo Maridueña in Talks to Star as HBO Max’s ‘Blue Beetle’

We’ve seen an animated, Afro-Puerto Rican version of Spider-Man in Into the Spider-Verse, and several other supporting Latino characters in DC and Marvel movies. However, DC’s first Mexican-American lead hero, Blue Beetle, has his own HBO Max film on the way, and now, Xolo Maridueña (Cobra Kai), an actor of Mexican, Cuban, and Ecuadorian heritage, is in negotiations to star. The Wrap reports that Maridueña is in talks to take on the lead as Jamie Reyes in Blue Beetle. If all goes well, the fi...
Tags: Movies, News, Alan Moore, United States, Mpaa, Batgirl, Dc, Gina Rodriguez, Jamie, Coen Brothers, Charlton, Reyes, Bala, Luca Guadagnino, Barbara Gordon, Dave Gibbons


James Gunn Has Some Suggestions on How to Keep Superhero Movies From Becoming “Really, Really Boring”

Superhero movies are, quite simply, the top dog in the game right now. Dating back to 2012, every year-end box office summary for worldwide grosses has included at least one superhero movie (and oftentimes two or more) in the top ten…including last year’s pandemic-skewed totals! With success, however, comes the temptation to curtail innovation, and that’s exactly what outspoken and opinionated director James Gunn is zeroing in on with his latest comments. While speaking to The Irish Times (p...
Tags: Movies, News, Alan Moore, Superman, Iron Man, Suicide Squad, James Gunn, Irish Times, WB, Gunn, Sam Raimi, Dave Gibbons, Westerns Gunn


Faith leaders push for understanding, solidarity in Asian and Black communities

“Asian Lives Matter.” Those three words — spoken loudly and emphatically by a Black pastor — moved Hyepin Im to tears. “I felt chills going down my spine,” recalled Im, who leads Faith and Community Empowerment, a nonprofit based in Los Angeles’ Koreatown, which works to connect Asian American faith leaders with the community at large. “I was so grateful. I’ve waited a long time to hear this.” Im and the Rev. Mark Whitlock, who spoke those words, have had a professional relationship and a person...
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The King's Man Teaser Reminds Us That We Still Haven't Seen This Yet

It’s been quite a year, hasn’t it? Especially at the (non-existent) box office. We’ve mostly been waiting to finally see Marvel’s Black Widow finally arrive on the big screen, but lo and behold there’s another action franchise right around the corner. In this new look at The King’s Man, we take a glimpse at the past,…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Disney, Secret Service, Ralph Fiennes, Mark Millar, Kingsman, Matthew Vaughn, Djimon Hounsou, Human Interest, Dave Gibbons, Egerton, Rasputin, The Kings Man, Creative Works, English Language Films


‘The King’s Man’ Special Look: Learn the “Bloody” Origin of the Kingsman

If you forgot there was going to be yet another Kingsman movie, that’s okay – I’m sure many others did as well. The film, a prequel called The King’s Man, has had its release date shuffled multiple times – and not just because of COVID-19. The flick was originally due out in 2019, but is now set to open this holiday season. For those who need the reminder, there’s a new The King’s Man special look below that goes behind the scenes of the upcoming Matthew Vaughn movie.  The King’s Man Special...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Ralph Fiennes, Mark Millar, Video Clips, Kingsman, Vaughn, Taron Egerton, Matthew Vaughn, Action/Adventure, Dave Gibbons, Behind the Scenes Footage, Harry Hart, Zygi Kamasa, Harry Hart Eggsy, The King's Man


Watchmen Almost Cast a Different Actress as Laurie Blake aka Silk Spectre

Jean Smart is an acting pioneer with a career spanning over 40 years. She’s an experienced dramatic and comedy actress but seldom explored the sci-fi and superhero genres.Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Films, Sigourney Weaver, Damon Lindelof, Comedian, Yang, Sigourney, Dave Gibbons, Jean Smart, Allen Moore, Watchmen, The Emmys, Laurie Blake, Silk Spectre, Creative Works


The 27 most breathtaking graphic novels and memoirs to read in 2021

Graphic novels combine art and dialogue to create vivid fantasy worlds. While many think of superheroes or manga, graphic novels can be nonfiction, too. Here are 27 incredible graphic novels to read in 2021, for both kids and adults. If a picture is worth a thousand words, then graphic novels might tell the most epic stories of all.Graphic novels have emerged from the comic strip format to create a continuous story with vivid worlds and complex plots. While many of us think of manga or superher...
Tags: Amazon, South Korea, John Lewis, Obama, Germany, Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, America, Trends, Georgia, Iran, Star Trek, Chicago, Karen, Aiden, United States


Digital comics startup Madefire is shutting down

R.I.P. Madefire, a startup that recruited high-profile artists to reinvent comics for new formats and platforms. An announcement on the Madefire website states the company entered into “an assignment of benefit for creditors” (explained as “a state-level insolvency proceeding similar to bankruptcy”) earlier this month, which was then reported this morning in The Beat. As a result, no new books will be published, users will not be able to purchase any additional books and they’re also encouraged ...
Tags: Startups, Mobile, Apps, Media, Digital, Tech, Drake, Kevin Spacey, Archie, Dave Gibbons, Bill Sienkiewicz, Madefire, Ben Wolstenholme, Comixology Unlimited Amazon, Motion Books, Magic Leap According


Gift Guide: TechCrunch’s Favorite Things of 2020

It goes without saying, but 2020 was a bad year for a lot of people. For many, it was a year of stress, of sadness, and anxiety. It was a year of missing friends and family; of just getting to the next day, even as each day seemed to blur into the last. As we’ve done at the end of each of the past few years, we invited our team to look back and highlight some of their “favorite things” — the things that, as we look back from the depths of December, put smiles on our faces, or helped us pass the ...
Tags: Google, TC, Facebook, Spotify, Europe, Hbo, Christopher Nolan, UK, England, Australia, India, Amc, Toronto, San Francisco, Tech, ESP


Nothing Can Save Us From Seven More ‘Kingsman’ Sequels

Someone, somewhere, at some point, thought it was a good idea to make a whole Kingsman franchise, with multiple sequels and prequels. And while the prequel film The King’s Man has yet to open, franchise helmer Matthew Vaughn is already thinking ahead. Way ahead. Vaughn reportedly has plans for “something like seven more Kingsman films.” Which raises one question: Why? Look, I know that the Kingsman movies have their fans, but I remain utterly perplexed by the series. I thought the infamous c...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Elton John, Mark Millar, Kingsman, Vaughn, Taron Egerton, Marv, Matthew-Vaughn, Harry Hart Colin Firth, Dave Gibbons, Harry Hart, Zygi Kamasa, Kamasa, Deadline Marv Group, Winston Baker UK Finance Summit


Tom King interviews Dave Gibbons

Dave Gibbons and Tom King at Baltimore Comic Con Tom King   Mainframe Comic Con Oct 28, 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pS9oh864RYw [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Baltimore, Tom King, Mike Rhode, Dave Gibbons


NCSFest Schedule 2020

https://ncsfest.com/schedule/ NCSFest Schedule 2020 Streaming broadcast begins at 10am (EST) Saturday, September 12 10:00 am ...
Tags: Comics, Hbo, UK, New York, America, Georgia, Indiana, New York Times, Gibbons, Ncs, Times Square, Tom, Patrick, Stanford GSB, Jim, David Walker


Watchmen Screenwriter Reveals Plans for an Alternate Ending

Watchmen Screenwriter Reveals Plans for an Alternate Ending Whatever you have to say about Zack Snyder’s filmmaking style, his Watchmen movie is about as faithful an adaptation that fans of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ graphic novel could have hoped for. The only major deviation from the source material was the omission of the giant squid, which Adrian Veidt/Ozymandias transported to New York in order to bring about global peace. Snyder’s film instead framed Doctor Manhattan for a series of e...
Tags: New York, Movies, Alan Moore, Paul Greengrass, Manhattan, Darren Aronofsky, Hiroshima, Gibbons, Times Square, Snyder, Moore, Zack Snyder, Nite, David Hayter, Greengrass, ComingSoon


‘Watchmen,’ ‘Hollywood,’ ‘For All Mankind’ EPs Sound Off on Crafting TV’s Alternate Histories

Alternate history series have been all the rage for quite a few months now, something “Watchmen” executive producer Damon Lindelof says could be happening because “alternate history is just more palatable than real history.” His HBO limited series adaptation of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ graphic novel of the same name explores the 1921 Tulsa […]
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Alan Moore, Awards, Features, Emmys, Damon Lindelof, Tulsa, Dave Gibbons, Watchmen, For All Mankind


‘Watchmen’ Season 2: Damon Lindelof Still Wants Someone Else to Take Over

Watchmen, last year’s HBO series overseen by Lost and The Leftovers showrunner Damon Lindelof, was a miraculous piece of storytelling that pushed the envelope in terms of what a sequel to a beloved property could be. It also happened to be remarkably prescient in terms of topics like race and police brutality, which are obviously very much at the center of the national conversation several months after the series wrapped up. But Lindelof has said multiple times that he has not yet had an idea f...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Alan Moore, Sci-fi, Sequels, Damon-Lindelof, Tulsa, Zack Snyder, Lindelof, Comic Book/Superhero, Action/Adventure, Dave Gibbons, Watchmen, HBO Max, Collider Lindelof


Damon Lindelof on Possibility of Watchmen Season 2

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Damon Lindelof on possibility of Watchmen season 2 Last December saw the jaw-dropping finale of Damon Lindelof’s adaptation of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ graphic novel Watchmen and after months of the showrunner and creator has been pretty firm on not being interested in returning for a second season, he has opened up on his thoughts about the show’s future. Warning: Major Spoilers Lie Ahead for Watchmen‘s Finale PB = PB || {}; PB.gptS...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, Alan Moore, America, Justin Theroux, TV News, Manhattan, Tomorrowland, Damon Lindelof, Tulsa, Angela, Regina King, Kevin Carroll, Tim Blake Nelson, Treme


‘Watchmen’ Cast and Filmmakers on Police, Racism and the Tulsa Massacre

From the first moments in the premiere of HBO’s “Watchmen” last October, the show proved to be the most urgent and prescient series on television today. Rather than adapt the universally acclaimed 1986 graphic novel “Watchmen” written by Alan Moore and illustrated by Dave Gibbons — which had already been made into a 2009 feature […]
Tags: Hbo, News, Alan Moore, Damon Lindelof, Regina King, Dave Gibbons, Watchmen, Tulsa Massacre, HBO Watchmen


This Trailer for The King's Man Takes Super Spy Action to the Early 20th Century

When shadowy masterminds threaten to descend the world into chaos, the Kingsman steps in. Even if his agency was only ust created. It’s prequel time. Read more...
Tags: Science, Disney, Ralph Fiennes, 20th Century Fox, Mark Millar, Kingsman, Dave Gibbons, The Kings Man, Matthew Vaugn


HBO Offers All Episodes of Watchmen for Free on Juneteenth

BEGIN SLIDESHOW HBO Offers All Episodes of Watchmen for Free on Juneteenth This year, HBO is offering non-subscribing fans the chance to celebrate Juneteenth by binge-watching Watchmen. All nine episodes of the series will be streamed for free on HBO.com and Free On Demand starting June 19 through Sunday, June 21. The television network announced its initiative as “an extension of the network’s content offering highlighting Black experiences, voices and storytellers,” as stated in a press...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Texas, Movies, Alan Moore, America, TV News, Damon Lindelof, Treme, ComingSoon, Dave Gibbons, Watchmen, Jerrod Carmicheal, Peabody Award HBO, Serena Bessie Whoopi Goldberg, Henrietta Lacks United


Watchmen's Adrien Veidt Is a Terrifying Presence in This Clip From the Show's Blu-Ray Release

Adrien Veidt, Ozymandias himself, didn’t do it thirty-five minutes ago—it was decades ago. And he’s not quite the same man he used to be. Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Alan Moore, Warner Bros, Damon Lindelof, Jeremy Irons, Blu Ray, Dave Gibbons, Watchmen, Blu Ray Release, Adrien Veidt, Specual Features, Adrien Veidt Ozymandias


Superhero Bits: Alternate ‘Iron Man 2’ Suitcase Armor, ‘Harley Quinn’ Takes a Jab at Snyder Cut Bros & More

How did the animated Harley Quinn series mock the nastier side of The Snyder Cut bros? Could Batman beat Iron Man in a fight? How did Captain America: The Winter Soldier almost open? When will The Eternals LEGO sets start to arrive? Which character from The Flash is returning before the end of the season? Is there a chance Marvel movies won’t resume production until next year? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Here’s a first look clip from an upcoming episode of Teen Tit...
Tags: Movies, Spider-Man, Iron-Man, Black Widow, Harley Quinn, Batman, Deadpool, X-men, Iris, Joker, Eric Wallace, Comic Book/Superhero, The-Flash, Justice-League, Superhero Bits, Captain-America


The New York Public Library Creates a List of 125 Books That They Love

The New York Public Library sure knows how to celebrate a quasquicentennial. In honor of its own 125th anniversary, it's rolling out a number of treats for patrons, visitors, and those who must admire it from afar. In addition to the expected author talks and live events, Patience and Fortitude, the iconic stone lions who flank the main branch's front steps, are displaying some reading material of their own—Toni Morrison’s 1987 novel Beloved and F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Jazz Age classic The Great ...
Tags: Google, Books, Podcasts, Patricia Highsmith, College, New York City, Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, George Orwell, Nypl, Libraries, Literature, Harry Potter, Arthur Conan Doyle, Margaret Atwood, Martin Amis


Peter Cannon: Thunderbolt

by RM Rhodes 2019 saw three sequels to 1986's Watchmen by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons, one of the most seminal works in English language corporate super hero comics. One of those sequels was a live action television show on HBO. One of them was Doomsday Clock, the overt incorporation of the Watchmen characters into the larger DC comics universe. And one of them was Peter Cannon: Thunderbolt by Keiron Gillen and Caspar Wijngaard. Full disclosure: of these, I've only read the the latter, mostly...
Tags: Comics, Hbo, Alan Moore, Dc Comics, Gibbons, Charlton, Campbell, Moore, Paul Levitz, Gillen, Eddie Campbell, Dave Gibbons, Levitz, Frank Santoro, RM Rhodes, Keiron Gillen


Why ‘Watchmen’ Was 9 Episodes Instead of 10, According to Damon Lindelof

When Watchmen was first given a series order by HBO in 2017, it was originally intended as a 10-episode series. But as the series finale for executive producer and writer Damon Lindelof’s comic book series hit the airwaves last weekend, the final Watchmen episode count came up to only 9 episodes. So, what changed? Lindelof revealed that his team had initially set out to write 10 episodes, but during the writing process, they realized that 9 episodes was all they needed to tell their story. I...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Alan Moore, America, Manhattan, Vietnam, Damon Lindelof, Gibbons, Moore, Angela, Hong, Lindelof, Comic Book/Superhero, Dave Gibbons, Watchmen


HBO’s Watchmen Season 1 Out on Digital Today!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW HBO’s Watchmen season 1 out on Digital today! HBO has announced that Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is bringing Watchmen: Season 1 to Digital today for $34.99 in HD and $24.99 on SD. The Digital edition will include all nine one-hour episodes of the season as well as new bonus content. Watchmen: The Complete First Season will also be released on Blu-ray and on DVD in 2020. RELATED: Watchmen Season 1 Episode 9 Recap The special features for the first season include: -Watch...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, TV, Movies, Digital, Fbi, TV News, Justice League, Warner Bros, Jeremy Irons, White Rabbit, Lindelof, Warner Bros Home Entertainment, Dave Gibbons, Warner Bros Television, Sadiqua Bynum


Watchmen's Season Finale Was a Devastating Goodbye and a Beautiful Hello

How does a first (and perhaps final) season of television like Watchmen’s come to an end? With beauty, grace, batshit comic book plot twists, and a reminder that nothing ever ends even when it seems as if everything’s drawing to a close.Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Alan Moore, Dc Comics, Supervillains, Superheroes, Warner Bros, DC Entertainment, Damon Lindelof, TV Recap, Jeremy Irons, Regina King, Dave Gibbons, Jean Smart, Watchmen, Hong Chau


Damon Lindelof of ‘Watchmen’ on bringing the gay, fetishistic heroes of the series to life

Lindelof (left) on set with Regina King. Credit: Mark Hill/HBO As an Emmy-winning producer of Lost, creator of the series The Leftovers, and co-writer of Prometheus, Damon Linedlof has enjoyed wild acclaim and crazy ridicule. Lindelof deleted his Twitter account in 2013 following extreme cyberbullying for his work on The Leftovers and became one of the first major critics of toxic fandom. None of this has dissuaded Lindelof from taking risks. His latest endeavor, the HBO series Watchmen, adap...
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