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Time Warner Planning Boomerang Standalone Subscription Plan

Ah, classic cartoons. Who doesn’t enjoy them? Cartoon Network used to be the place to catch the classics – Flintstones, The Jetsons, Scooby-Doo, and more. Nowadays, Cartoon Network is certainly not the classics but that is the evolution of television. Right? Boomerang sprang up to answer the call of fans wanting more of the classics […]

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Time Warner AT&T Merger Could Spell Disaster for Entertainment Fans

It is no secret that Time Warner and AT&T are in talks to merge with AT&T taking on the former as a subsidiary.  This, on paper, sounds kind of cool. The concern I have with this going through lays with the entertainment side of things.  Is having AT&T in control of things such as Warner […]

How Hollywood Could Liven Up 4 Tired Genres

If you’re a film fan, you know the popular narrative: Hollywood is out of ideas, and that’s why in the past few years we’ve been treated to an endless slog of sequels, adaptations, and unnecessary reboots (like freaking Police Academy). We’ve also seen fairly lazy efforts in popular but tired genres that have been boiled […]

Lady Gaga Starring in A Star is Born Remake

Beginning production early next year the third remake of A Star is Born will star Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper.  Lady Gaga was recently cast as the leading lady in this remake that will feature the directorial debut of Cooper.  Lady Gaga will also release new music for this version of A Star is Born.  […]

Batman The Telltale Series Episode One: Realm of Fear Now Available

Batman is one of those franchises that companies have to try really hard to screw up.  That is unique in the cross promotion world, especially between comics and video games.  Telltale Games, though, have a reputation for doing good games so knowing they were behind this new Batman episodic game made it easier to get […]

DC Comics Super Heroes on Multiple Networks- Good for Business or Bad for Fans?

Right now there are plenty of super hero television shows and movies.  This plethora of entertainment should be enough for any fan of the genre.  The problem is, a lot of it is spread out amongst competing companies.  Whether that be different television networks or movie studios, it stifles the one true thing that can […]

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