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Nick Grant talks to David Ramsey about the new superhero series When publicising a superhero project, it's verging on obligatory for actors to profess a childhood passion for the comic book on which it's based, sometimes to less than convincing
GB Tran's beautiful, heartfelt tale of his Vietnamese family before, during and after several wars reminds me of Belle Yang's epic Forget Sorrow , spanning generations and the miles between. Tran is an American, right down to his cynical and
Our heroes, while rough around the edges, are instantly likeable because they save a bunch of kids right at the beginning. The villains, on the other hand, are immediately despicable because they murder all kids and attempt to murder our heroes.
You know you’ve fallen out of A-list territory when your new release can’t beat a 5-week old animated movie about dragons. But such is the case for Jennifer Lopez and her romantic comedy The Back-Up Plan . The PG-13 comedy about a single mom who
Deadly only in its dullness, the coma-inducing, comic-book-adapted action flick "The Losers" aims to serve as a placeholder until "Iron Man 2" arrives with the summer's heavy artillery. That "The Losers" and its ragtag band of Special Forces
Hollywood has a weird habit of making the same film twice, and at the same time. I'm sure there were sound economic reasons for Paramount to spend $75m on Deep Impact, a film about a meteor hitting the Earth and destroying most of the human race,
Original Hellblazer writer Jamie Delano returns for a new graphic novel. It has been 25 years since the first appearance of John Constantine in a comic book, and the British anti-hero's luck hasn't gotten any better over that period. In the DC/