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Jim Henson’s The Dark Crystal captivated the imaginations of children and adults when it was released in 1982. The film introduced us to the world of Thra and to Gelflings, Skeksis, Mystics, and so much more. A sequel was planned in the form of another feature film to carry on the story and expand the world, but it never came to be. However, the screenplay has found a new life! Archaia is publishing the sequel, The Power of the Dark Crystal, as a comic book series.

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‘Dune’ spiced up for ‘Legendary’ TV and movie comeback

Frank Herbert’s imagination is getting a second chance on the big and small screens. On Monday, Legendary Entertainment announced it had acquired the TV and film rights to Herbert’s iconic 1965 novel.

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Angela Bassett Joins Cast Of Marvel’s Black Panther

Marvel’s stand-alone Black Panther film is shaping up to be one of, if not the, most diverse super hero film ever produced. On top of an already stellar cast of African American actors and actresses, Marvel announced on Monday that Angela Bassett has been added to the cast.

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The Highlander Reboot Just Made A Very Exciting Choice For Its Director

Much like its title character, the attempt to reboot the Highlander franchise seems incapable of being killed. While the project has been in development hell for years, it’s possible that it may have just received the boost that it needed to get out. A new director has been brought on board, and he’s a pretty solid choice. Chad Stahelski, the director behind both John Wick and it’s upcoming sequel has signed with Lionsgate to handle the remake.

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Director Explains Why Justice League Dark Is Rated R

When Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment revealed that Batman: The Killing Joke — an animated adaptation of Alan Moore and Brian Bolland’s 1988 graphic novel — would be R-rated, which is rare for an animated film, some assumed its mature classification would hamper its box office. However, since its July release, the film has already quadrupled its production budget.

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