With Supergirl comes this incredible opportunity to bring the queen of female empowerment onto the small screen once again: Wonder Woman, and the perfect person for that role? Gina Carano.
So many great shows are cancelled by networks due to low ratings. But some of them don’t get the solid closing that they deserve leaving viewers to come to grips with the great cliffhangers these shows offer us. But some shows get a comic book series continuation, shows like Firefly and Charmed for example. Here are five shows that were great as far as writing, special effects and casting that deserve a comic book continuation.
For anyone who is a true Star Wars nerd, the term “Mandalorian” shouldn’t be foreign to you. After all, it’s the Mandalorian armor that made both Boba Fett and his father, Jango Fett, amazing characters and forces to be reckoned with. But now, rumors are rising that Mandalorians will play a big part in the continuance of one of the most popular franchises.
Author: Nick Venable Extra! Extra! Read all about it! New Star Wars: Episode VII rumor predicts J.J. Abrams’ sequel will … Continue Reading Star Wars: Episode VII Location Rumor Suggests A Return To Hoth – CinemaBlend.com
BY: SCOTT COLLURA We kind of figured this out already — actually, some of us are old enough to have … Continue Reading Star Wars: Episode VII Will Be Set 30 Years After Return of the Jedi – IGN
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By: Eddie Makuch Sony Online Entertainment will reveal first details on EverQuest Next at SOE Live on Friday beginning at … Continue Reading Sony showing EverQuest Next this week
By: Katey Rich Just as J.J. Abrams managed to update Star Trek with younger, better-looking versions of all the original characters, he’s apparently … Continue Reading Star Wars: Episode VII Casting Teenage Girls And Other Attractive People
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By: Katey Rich Now that Star Trek Into Darkness is out in the world and racking up cash, it’s safe to turn our … Continue Reading Star Wars: Episode VII Offering Role To Jonathan Rhys Meyers?
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By: Sean O’Connell Harrison Ford is just beginning the promotional push for 42, the Jackie Robinson biopic that casts the Hollywood icon … Continue Reading Harrison Ford Thinks Star Wars Reunion Is Happening And Is Delighted
By: Eric Eisenberg In mid-February we learned of heavy rumors that Harrison Ford would be reprising his role as Han Solo in Star Wars Episode VII, but today’s big Star Wars casting news story comes with a bit more weight considering it’s a direct … Continue Reading Carrie Fisher Confirms She Will Be Back As Princess Leia In Star Wars Episode VII