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Taboo Of Black Eyed Peas Working On New Werewolf By Night Comic For Marvel

Although details are scarce at the moment, we learned from Newsarama that a new Werewolf by Night comic was announced on the This Week in Marvel podcast. Although very few specific details were given, we do know that Taboo, who […]

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Marvel to Release New Werewolf By Night Comic Book Series Co-Written by Taboo of Black Eyed Peas and Benjamin Jackendoff

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Originally introduced in 1972 and later featured in his own comic book series that ran for 43 issues, Werewolf by Night ranks among Blade and Morbius the Living Vampire as some of Marvel's most memorable horror-themed characters. This April, a new Werewolf by Night will be introduced in a comic book series co-written by Taboo of The Black Eyed Peas and Benjamin Jackendoff, and we've been provided with official details and a look at the cover art ahead of the first issue's release this spring.

Initially announced on Comicbook.com, the new Werewolf by Night is set in Arizona, focuses on Native American culture, and features artwork by Scott Eaton. The first issue will be released this April, and we have additional details on what to expect in the official press release:

Press Release: New York, NY— January 20, 2020 — Announced today in an exclusive interview with Comicbook.com, Taboo of The Black Eyed
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'Falcon And Winter Soldier' shoot postponed due to earthquake

The shooting for the upcoming "Falcon And Winter Soldier" series in Puerto Rico has been temporarily halted owing to the recent earthquakes.

The Marvel series for Disney Plus was supposed to be shot in Puerto Rico from this month for multiple weeks. The shooting plans have now been called off, reports variety.com.

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The island has been hit hard by a series of powerful earthquakes in recent weeks, including a 6.4 magnitude quake on January 7 and 5.9 magnitude quake on January 11.

Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan are set to reprise their roles from the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the series. The series also stars Daniel Bruhl, Emily VanCamp, and Wyatt Russell. The series is said to consist of six episodes and is due to be released on Disney Plus in late 2020.

The show is one of several limited series
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‘Rabid’: Film Review

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‘Rabid’: Film Review
The most uneven of David Cronenberg’s early commercial horror features, the 1977 “Rabid,” was nonetheless probably the biggest success among them, in large part due to the novelty value of seeing “Behind the Green Door” porn superstar and erstwhile Ivory Snow detergent-box model Marilyn Chambers in a lurid mainstream vehicle. It’s also the one ripest for remake, if only because his just-prior “Shivers” aka “They Came from Within” and ensuing “The Brood” should be left alone — largely reviled upon release, they’re now rightly considered genre classics. Lacking their outrageous ideas and cumulative narrative momentum despite some striking elements, “Rabid” nonetheless has a strong-enough basic concept to warrant revisiting.

In theory, “twisted twins” Jen and Sylvia Soska are fair candidates for that job: Like Cronenberg, they’re Canadian, attracted to body-horror, and have cut their own path from micro-budget projects toward the mainstream. They also claim they dislike remakes as a rule,
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Moon Knight Will Reportedly Feature A Fan Favorite Marvel Monster

Get ready to enter the dark side of the McU. Marvel is gearing up to explore the mature, horror-flavored corner of the comics universe soon with projects such as Blade and Moon Knight. As such, we already know to expect vampires and men imbued with powers by an Egyptian God to be running around the McU. But now, we’re hearing that werewolves will be joining the fray, too. Specifically, anti-hero Werewolf By Night Aka Jack Russell.

McU Cosmic has reported that it’s looking likely that Moon Knight will feature Werewolf By Night in a supporting role. This isn’t the first time the character has been linked to Marvel’s upcoming plans, either, so this info seems pretty reliable. The outlet’s Jeremy Conrad speculates that his involvement in the Disney Plus series could point to a possible connection to Blade as well, which Wgtc first told you was the case last month.
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Giveaway – Werewolf on Blu-ray

Werewolf, director Adrian Panek’s nightmarish WWII survival horror, is released by Eureka Entertainment as part of the Montage Pictures range in a Dual Format (Blu-ray & DVD) edition on November 18th 2019, and we’ve got three copies to give away! Read on for details of how to enter… Werewolf is a Polish World War II […]

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5 Reasons Why Teen Wolf Is Better Than The Vampire Diaries (& 5 Why Tvd Is Better)

Teen Wolf and The Vampire Diaries are two of the most successful teen dramas to date. Many were drawn to the shows for their mysterious plotlines and eccentric characters; Jeff Davis and Julia Plec's writing proved to be consistent as they were able to create enough suspense to keep fans wanting more. However, the way they executed storylines were completely different as the shows went in completely different directions.

Related: The Vampire Diaries: 5 Similarities Between Stefan and Elijah (& 5 Differences)

Both shows came to an end in 2017, but the war between the mythological creatures still rages on today. Do people prefer a Werewolf or a Vampire? Here are five reasons why Teen Wolf is the better series (& 5 reasons why The Vampire Diaries is the better series).
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Quentin Tarantino On Robert Forster: Casting Him In ‘Jackie Brown’ Was “One Of The Best Choices I Ever Made”

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Quentin Tarantino On Robert Forster: Casting Him In ‘Jackie Brown’ Was “One Of The Best Choices I Ever Made”
Director Quentin Tarantino, who directed Robert Forster in his Academy Award-nominated role of Max Cherry in Jackie Brown, remember the late actor today as a “straight shooter” and “good man.”

“Today the world is left with one less gentlemen,” said Tarantino. “One less square shooter. One less good man. One less wonderful father. One less marvelous actor. I remember all the breakfasts we had at silver spoons. All the stories. All the kind words. All the support. Casting Robert Forster in Jackie Brown was one of the best choices I’ve ever made in my life. I will miss you dearly my old friend.

“Bye bye Max. Bye bye Miles. Bye bye Bob. “

Tarantino’s statement was but the latest in an outpouring by Hollywood following the well-respected actor’s death on Friday from brain cancer.

Forster appeared in more than 100 films, including his latest, El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie,
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Aaron Paul Pays Tribute to El Camino Costar Robert Forster After His Death: 'A Legend'

Aaron Paul Pays Tribute to El Camino Costar Robert Forster After His Death: 'A Legend'
Robert Forster‘s Breaking Bad and El Camino costars are paying tribute to the late actor.

Forster died in Los Angeles on Friday at the age of 78, after battling brain cancer. His death came the same day that one of his last projects, El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, was released on Netflix. In the film, which is a spinoff of the Emmy-winning AMC series, Forster reprised his role as Ed Galbraith.

On Saturday, El Camino star Aaron Paul, who played Jesse Pinkman in Breaking Bad and the new movie, paid tribute to Forster on Twitter.

“I am heartbroken
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Robert Forster Remembered by Breaking Bad & El Camino Co-Stars

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Robert Forster Remembered by Breaking Bad & El Camino Co-Stars
Robert Forster sadly passed away and his friends and colleagues are paying tribute. He was 78-years old. The Jackie Brown and, most recently, El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, star died Friday at his home in Los Angeles. Forster suffered through a brief battle with brain cancer. The actor has two more projects on the way, including Steven Spielberg's Amazing Stories and Werewolf. Forster gained a cult status over the years and Quentin Tarantino helped bring him back to the public consciousness with 1997's Jackie Brown.

After working with Quentin Tarantino on Jackie Brown, Robert Forster's career started to take hold again. The actor soon found himself in high demand and landed a gig in Vince Gilligan's hit AMC series Breaking Bad. Bryan Cranston took some time out of his day to celebrate the life of Forster. He had this to say.

"A lovely man and a consummate actor.
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Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul and More Remember Robert Forster

Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul and More Remember Robert Forster
Hollywood stars and insiders commemorated Robert Forster in the wake of the actor's death at age 78, reported Friday evening. 

The Jackie Brown and, most recently, El Camino star died Friday at his Los Angeles home following a struggle with brain cancer. The actor has two more projects releasing in 2019, Steven Spielberg's Amazing Stories and Werewolf.

Forster is survived by his children Bobby, Elizabeth, Kate and Maeghen; his grandchildren Tess, Liam, Jack and Olivia; and his partner, Denise Grayson. Details of a memorial service have not yet been announced.

Jackie Brown director Quentin Tarantino wrote in a statement, "Today the ...
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Robert Forster, Oscar-Nommed Star of ‘Jackie Brown,’ Dies at 78

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Robert Forster, Oscar-Nommed Star of ‘Jackie Brown,’ Dies at 78
Robert Forster, a prolific character actor who was nominated for an Oscar for Quentin Tarantino’s “Jackie Brown” and appeared in more than 100 films, died Friday in Los Angeles of brain cancer. He was 78.

Tarantino created the bail bondsman character Max Cherry with Forster in mind, and the role netted him his first Academy Award nomination.

Most recently Forster reprised his “Breaking Bad” role as Ed in “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie,” which was released Friday, and appeared in Steven Spielberg’s “Amazing Stories” and in “Werewolf.”

David Lynch cast the actor with a distinctive weathered look in “Mulholland Dr.” and in the rebooted “Twin Peaks” as Sheriff Frank Truman.

“I’ve done a lot of genre pictures in my career…I’ve always liked them,” Forster told the Bleecker Street blog upon the release of 2018’s indie drama “What They Had.”

Forster played Tim Allen’s father in “Last Man Standing,
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Robert Forster Dies: Academy Award Nominated ‘Jackie Brown’ Star Who Appeared In More Than 100 Films Was 78

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Robert Forster Dies: Academy Award Nominated ‘Jackie Brown’ Star Who Appeared In More Than 100 Films Was 78
Robert Forster, an Academy Award nominee for his work as Max Cherry in Quentin Tarantino’s Jackie Brown, died at his Los Angeles home today following a brief battle with brain cancer. His death was confirmed by his family and representatives.

Forster appeared in more than 100 films, including his latest, El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, released today via Netflix.

Born in Rochester, New York, Forster, a member of Triple Nine Society, graduated from the University of Rochester and then moved to New York City, where he was quickly cast in the Broadway production Mrs. Dally Has a Lover, opposite Arlene Francis.

Forster’s performance caught the eye of director John Huston, who cast him in his first film, Reflections in a Golden Eye, with Elizabeth Taylor and Marlon Brando. He then worked with renowned director Haskell Wexler on Medium Cool, which became a classic due to its filming during
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Lund Fantastic 2019: Werewolf and Boyz In The Wood Take Top Prizes

After a nine-day extravaganza that celebrated the whole spectrum of genre cinema, the 25th anniversary edition of the Lund Fantastic Film Festival came to a festive end on October 5. A closing night international premiere of Ryan Spindell’s The Mortuary Collection was followed by another treat for true devotees: a secret screening of the first episode of the long-awaited Creepshow reimagining. No festival would be complete without a proper awards ceremony and Lund Fantastic 2019 saw an impressive roster of talent vying for the coveted Méliès d’Argent and Siren Award. The Méliès d’Argent-nominated feature film that most impressed the judges was Adrian Panek’s Werewolf (pictured above). In their official statement, the jury praised Lund’s best European Fantastic Film for portraying a cinematic world in which...

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Review: Werewolf (2018)

Werewolf is a Polish World War II thriller about eight children who have escaped from a concentration camp and are hiding in a secluded villa to avoid the bloodthirsty hounds that have been released by the SS officers before their retreat.

Summer of 1945. A temporary orphanage is established in an abandoned palace surrounded by forests for the eight children liberated from the Gross-Rosen camp. Hanka, also a former inmate, becomes their guardian. After the atrocities of the camp, the protagonists slowly begin to regain what is left of their childhood, but the horror returns quickly. Camp Alsatians roam the forests around. Released by the SS earlier on, they have gone feral and are starving. Looking for food they besiege the palace. The children are terrified and their camp survival instinct is triggered.

Inspired by real-life, historical events, writer and director Adrian Panek turns the nightmare of the Holocaust into literal monsters.
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Lund 2019: Werewolf And Bliss in First Wave Plus an Anniversary Screening of a Tarantino Classic

Lund, the festival from the town of the same name in Sweden, is gearing up for its twenty-fith edition at the end of September. Last week they announced the travelling roadshow called Nerd culture on Tour - Skåne complete with screenings of Clive Barker's Hellraiser. Today they have announced the first handful of titles for this year's program. The first wave of title include György Pálfi’s His Master's Voice, Adrian Panek’s debut Werewolf, and Jagoda Szelc’s Singular Monument. These three films are also the first titles to participate in the Siren Competition where the winning film will received a cash prize of 1000 Eur. Out of that 12-film lineup six films will be nominated for Lund’s Méliès d’Argent, the winner going on to...

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How Marvel's 'Moon Knight' Can Explore Mental Health

The deep cut Marvel character Moon Knight is getting his own Disney+ show, as revealed at D23 last week. Though it's always a challenge to bring a superhero to the screen, Moon Knight comes with an extra layer of complexity, as his powers are connected to the mental health struggles of his alter ego, Marc Spector.

First introduced in Werewolf by Night No. 32 by writer Doug Moench and artist Don Perlin, Moon Knight began his Marvel Comics career as a villain turned ally to Werewolf by Night before becoming a hero in his own right in later issues. Though ...
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Werewolf By Night Is Rumored to Appear in an Upcoming Marvel Studios Project

It was another big weekend for Marvel Studios as they officially announced Black Panther II along with new Disney+ series Ms. Marvel, Moon Knight, and She-Hulk.

Well, now it looks like there might be another Marvel character coming to the McU. That character is Jack Russell, a.k.a. Werewolf By Night. The news comes from Geeks WorldWide, who says, “our sources aren’t clear on where Werewolf will first appear, but Moon Knight is a possibility since Moon Knight made his comic debut in Werewolf by Night #32 and they have had strong ties ever since.”

However, there’s also a chance that the character could appear in Blade because he has connection to that character as well. The report also says that they’ve heard Dracula will appear in Blade as well, making Werewolf By Night’s “involvement even more likely.”

They also say that a solo spinoff film
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Here’s How Moon Knight Could Look In His Disney Plus Series

It was confirmed over the weekend at D23 that Moon Knight is finally coming to the McU, with the nocturnal hero getting his own TV show on Disney Plus in the near future (likely 2022). Fans have been calling for ol’ Moonie to get his big break in live-action for years and now, it’s finally happening. But what could he look like on screen?

That remains to be seen, but this awesome piece of fan art gives us a good idea of how Marvel Studios will realize his design. Raf Grassetti, Art Director at Sony Santa Monica, shared his own take on how Moon Knight could look in the McU on social media and the result is a stunning mix of a comic-accurate costume with an extra armored, hi-tech edge that’s in keeping with the aesthetic of the franchise.

Grassetti captioned his image with one of Marc Spector’s more recognizable quotes as well,
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Marvel's Moon Knight TV Series on Disney+ Gets Showrunner

Mike Cecchini Nov 10, 2019

Moon Knight, the Fist of Khonshu, he of the awesome costume and annoying Batman comparisons, is getting a Disney+ series.

Worried that Marvel's lineup of Disney+ TV shows was too heavily focused on leaning on characters you already knew about from the McU movies? Well, fear not, true believer, because there's a Moon Knight TV series coming to Disney+. The Moon Knight TV series was first revealed by Kevin Feige at the D23 Expo. The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that Umbrella Academy TV series writer Jeremy Slater will serve as showrunner on the Disney+ Moon Knight show. Moon Knight was created by Doug Moench and Don Perlin and first appeared, appropriately enough, in the pages of Marvel's Werewolf by Night series in 1975.

Moon Knight is Marc Spector, a former mercenary and adventurer who becomes the avatar of the Egyptian moon god Khonshu after some archaeological misadventuring.
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