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Ciara Renée cast as Hawkgirl in Arrow/Flash

Broadway starlet Ciara Renée has been cast as  Kendra Saunders/Hawk Girl in the Arrow/Flash television universe.

In the television universe, Saunders is a young woman who is just beginning to learn that she has been repeatedly reincarnated over the centuries. 22 more words

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Alien Nation to get a reboot

Alien Nation is a classic sci-fi movie from 1988  that starred James Caan as a human police detective and Mandy Patinkinas his alien partner.

It was gritty, dark movie that used the Alien / Human relationship as a backdrop to explore racism amongst other things. 120 more words

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Masi Oka to return for Heroes Reborn

Masi Oka, who played the lovable space-time manipulator Hiro Nakamura on the NBC drama Heroes, will reprise his role as a guest star for the show’s successor, the miniseries… 49 more words

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Shuriken Sentai Ninninger VS Kamen Rider Drive - Spring Vacation TV Promo

Toei’s official youtube channel has released the TV promo for the upcoming “Shuriken Sentai Ninninger VS Kamen Rider Drive Spring Vacation Combining Special ” that will pit Drive against the team of the new generation of ninjas! 36 more words

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The X-Files reopens!

Cult sci-fi show The X-Files is to return to TV after a 13-year hiatus.

David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson will reprise their roles as FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully for the six-part series with original creator Chris Carter  at the helm when production starts this summer. 201 more words

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Opening of Ultraman Ginga S the Movie: Showdown! Ultra 10 Warriors! online!

Tsuburaya’s official youtube channel has streamed the first 4 minutes from their upcoming movie “Ultraman Ginga S the Movie: Showdown! Ultra 10 Warriors!”

Written by Yuji Kobayashi and Takao Nakano and directed by Koichi Sakamoto, Ultraman Ginga S the Movie: Showdown! 8 more words

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Cult TV Essentials: Kingdom Hospital

‘Kingdom Hospital’ is a 2004 thirteen part TV series developed and co-written by Stephen King. Based on the mid 90s Danish TV series ‘The Kingdom’ (or ‘Riget’ in Danish) which, was created by the legendary Lars Von Trier. 329 more words

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