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"X-Men Black: Emma Frost"

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Marvel Comics' "X-Men Black: Emma Frost" #1, available October 31, 2018, is written by Leah Williams and illustrated by Chris Bachalo, with covers by J. Scott Campbell, Terry Dodson and Salvador Larroca:

"...before she was an 'X-Man', 'Emma Frost' was 'White Queen' of the 'Hellfire Club' where she labored under 'Sebastian Shaw', the 'Black King'. 

"Now she sets her sights on the club, determined to tear down the organization that wronged her. 

"But only if she can convince the X-Men to help out..."

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Preview of X-Men Black: Emma Frost #1

The White Queen takes centre stage next week in Marvel’s X-Men Black: Emma Frost #1; check out a preview of the issue here…

The Diamond Diva Strikes Back! Before she was an X-Man, Emma Frost was White Queen of the Hellfire Club where she labored under the yolk of Sebastian Shaw, the Black King. Now she sets her sights on the club, determined to tear down the organization that wronged her…if she can convince the X-Men to help out. Plus: Part 5 of X-men Black: Apocalypse!

X-Men Black: Emma Frost #1 is out on October 31st, priced $4.99.

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Star Wars: Episode IX Report Teases A Father-Son Reunion For The Skywalkers

With the exception of Rian Johnson’s subversive The Last Jedi, family has been an ongoing theme in the Star Wars episodes, and according to a new leak, Star Wars: Episode IX could be continuing this tradition with an afterlife reunion.

After Luke Skywalker passed away in his last movie, J.J. Abrams’ upcoming sequel will see Mark Hamill reprising his role at least one more time, and understandably, many are assuming that the character will be taking Force Ghost form. But if this report from Express is anything to go by, he may not be the only Skywalker to take this ethereal form, as the late Jedi will supposedly share a scene with his father Anakin.

Apparently, Luke’s ghost will be witnessed “standing in a cave with many floating white orbs” when he encounters the former villain of the original trilogy. It’s also said that this version of
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Star Wars 9 to Be the Longest Movie in Franchise History?

Episode X? That's the new rumor floating around the outer husk of Star Wars 9 as we enter the second week of production starting tomorrow. Leaks continue to drizzle out of the Lucasfilm base camp, and the latest is that J.J. Abrams and his team are aiming to have the longest film in the franchise with Episode IX. It might be so long, it gets chopped into two movies.

Watch as your eyes literally fall out of your head upon sitting down for Star Wars 9. It is bringing back as many legacy characters as it can fit, with only Han Solo being left out as far as we can tell. Already confirmed to return are Luke Skywalker, General Leia, Chewbacca, Lando Calrissian, C-3Po and R2-D2. We also have the main gang from The Force Awakens trilogy, including Rey, Finn, Poe, Captain Phasma, Kylo Ren and General Hux. Lesser characters
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It Happened Here

Kevin Brownlow and Andrew Mollo were teenagers when filming began on this superlative wartime thriller. Taking over eight years to complete, it imagines life in an England occupied by Nazi Germany and run by home-grown English collaborators. The film’s realism outdoes any big-studio picture — the period detail and military hardware are uncannily authentic. It also pushes the limit of the documentary form by using the ugly testimony of real English fascists in a fictional context. Mr. Brownlow opens up his behind-the-scenes film archive for this dual-format release.

It Happened Here

Region A+B Blu-ray + Pal DVD

Bfi (UK)

1964 / B&W / 1:33 flat full frame / 100 min. / Street Date July 23, 2018 / available through Amazon UK / £14.99

Starring: Pauline Murray, Sebastian Shaw, Bart Allison, Reginald Marsh, Frank Bennett, Derek Milburn, Nicolette Bernard, Nicholas Moore, Rex Collett, Michael Passmore, Peter Dyneley.

Cinematography: Kevin Brownlow, Peter Suschitzky

Film Editor: Kevin Brownlow

Costumes and Military Consultant: Andrew Mollo

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Star Wars 9 to Bring Back Old CGI Anakin Instead of Hayden Christensen?

Star Wars 9 to Bring Back Old CGI Anakin Instead of Hayden Christensen?
Which Anakin are we going to get in Star Wars 9? That seems to be a question on J.J. Abrams' mind right now. One of the biggest controversies surrounding the release of the original Star Wars trilogy on DVD and Blu-ray back in 2004 was the choice to remove Sebastian Shaw's version of Anakin Skywalker and replace him with Hayden Christensen in the Force Ghost scene from Return of the Jedi. George Lucas personally directed the original Force Ghost scene in 1983 and replaced Shaw to tie-in the prequel trilogy into the original. Star Wars fans were and are still livid over Lucas' choice to take Shaw's original Anakin out of the movie. However, some new concept art descriptions from Star Wars 9 may indicate that J.J. Abrams is thinking about bringing back him back.

Original concept art for 2015's The Force Awakens featured three different versions of Anakin Skywalker. One

Mark Hamill Shaves His Beard, What's That Mean for Star Wars 9?

Mark Hamill Shaves His Beard, What's That Mean for Star Wars 9?
Mark Hamill's Luke Skywalker beard is gone. The actor is now clean shaven. He showed off a photo of himself on social media a few days ago and it's sent fans into high speculation about Star Wars 9. The actor has cleaned himself up, looking quite young and fresh faced, which is a deep concern, as the next chapter in the Skywalker saga begins shooting very soon. Surely not enough time for Mark to grow his Jedi beard back. So, is Mark Hamill really not returning for the final sequel in The Force Awakens trilogy?

Many believed Mark Hamill would return in Star Wars 9 as a Force Ghost. Perhaps his glowing blue spirit body returns clean shaven? Obi-Wan Kenobi still had his beard when we saw him as a Force Ghost. Though, on the opposite end of that spectrum, Anakin Skywalker's Force Ghost returned as his thirty-year-old self prior to
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Kevin Bacon Is The Reverse-Flash On Sweet-Looking Flashpoint Fan Art

With Justice League failing to meet financial expectations at the box office, it’s forced many of us to ponder the future of the DC Extended Universe. And regardless of said gross, it’s the hope of many – this writer included – that we continue to see new territory being charted that, of course, includes heroes and villains who’ve not had much exposure on the big screen.

Taking those financial shortcomings into consideration, I’m not ashamed to admit that I was surprised to see Warner Bros. are seemingly all for proceeding with a Flashpoint movie. I mean, the Scarlet Speedster is long overdue for some exposure on the silver screen, but anyone remotely familiar with Geoff Johns’ game-changing comic book of the same name is well aware of how it also includes alternate takes on Batman, Superman, Cyborg, Aquaman, Wonder Woman and even Shazam. In other words, it’d
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The Last Word on ‘X-Men: First Class’

I must admit I’ve never been the biggest fan of ‘X-Men.’ I first heard about them when they had the Saturday morning cartoon show in the ’90s, which I didn’t care for. I then learned about the comic books, and went a little deeper into the stories of the ‘X-Men,’ which took forever. There’s so many characters and heroes, that it takes three years of comic books before something ever actually happens. (At least that’s what every fan always told me) This is also, I imagine why there’s been so many movies of the series in recent years. I saw the first ‘X-Men,’ movie years ago, and thought it was, okay.

The second film, I liked, but, it wasn’t anything I would particularly brag about. I haven’t seen ‘X-Men 3,’ of ‘X-Men Origins: Wolverine‘ yet. Which is also something that’s always bugged me (Well,
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