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  • Mark Millar’s rape comments, ‘Superheroes’ TCA panel: The comics world responds

     
    PERSPECTIVE It's been a rough week for women in comics. First, Wonder Woman was (once again) relegated to the back […]...
  • 'Elysium' is solid sci-fi, but no 'District 9,' critics say

    Writer-director Neill Blomkamp's unheralded feature debut, "District 9," arrived like a bolt of lightning in 2009. With its propulsive energy and pointed aliens-as-apartheid allegory, the film racked up stellar reviews, a $115-million box office take...
  • AFM: Bac Packs Pacts for Gael Garcia Bernal Starrer 'El Ardor' (EXCLUSIVE)

    Bac Films has inked a flurry of deals on Gael Garcia Bernal starrer "El Ardor," an Argentina-set contempo Western helmed and penned by Pablo Fendrick ("Blood Appears"). Handling international sales, excluding North America and Latin America, Paris-...
  • Movie review: 'All the Boys Love Mandy Lane' a spellbinding thriller

    Movie review: 'All the Boys Love Mandy Lane' a spellbinding thriller
    Having premiered in 2006 and already released throughout the world, "All the Boys Love Mandy Lane" has been prevented from reaching U.S. theaters until now due to various rights complications. This has understandably made director Jonathan Levine's film...
  • Hampton Roads Readers: There's still time for beach reading

    Hampton Roads Readers: There's still time for beach reading
    Summer might be more than half over, but there's still plenty of time to dig into some good "beach reads," whether you're sitting on the sands at Buckroe or lounging on your back porch. Here are a few that made their way to my desk in the past few months....
  • A taste of nostalgia

    A taste of nostalgia
    Supper clubs are a distinct genre of dining out. Usually family-run and usually located near vacation spots in the Midwest, these restaurants are famed for good, homey food, hearty portions and surroundings that transport diners back to the mid-20th...
  • Film Review: 'Kick-Ass 2'

    A crudely entertaining genre hybrid that merges smart-alecky comicbook satire and semi-plausible vigilante fantasy to weird and wobbly effect, "Kick-Ass 2" improves on its 2010 predecessor in at least one respect: It doesn't make the mistake of trying...
  • Gaming the System

    When it comes to programming gameshows on television today, what is the most important element? A) Live viewing B) A novel format C) Celeb talent D) App integration The answer to that isn't a simple one, as many producers and network execs have...
  • Jon Bibbs, singer and Newport News resident, to salute Sam Cooke with show in Norfolk

    Jon Bibbs, singer and Newport News resident, to salute Sam Cooke with show in Norfolk
    You've got to hand it to him. Jon Bibbs is an ambitious guy. The gifted singer and former Hampton University student is launching a tour that salutes greats of soul music: Sam Cooke, James Brown, Ray Charles and Marvin Gaye. “These men are larger...
  • Cosplay gets reality TV treatment in Syfy’s ‘Heroes of Cosplay’

     
    Cosplayers are hoping that a new reality show will shine a light on their creative, if quirky, endeavors. “Heroes of […]...
  • ‘World’s End’: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Edgar Wright on comedy, Ant-Man

     
    There’s a pub in North London called the World’s End that sits across from the Camden Town tube station. Luminaries, […]...