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5 Reasons to Get Excited for April Movies

Only an April fool would think it’s too early in the year for major summer-type movie blockbusters, and you’re no fool. Why, just a year ago, Avengers: Infinity War, A Quiet Place and Blockers broke records at the box office. As for this year’s group? If you thought the great Captain Marvel was a smash with her $ 150 million-grossing opening weekend, wait until she returns … with about 20 of her closest allies.

Meanwhile, a caped crusader in another universe is primed to unleash his own incredible powers. So forget all that walk-outside-in the-springtime nonsense. Here are five reasons why April movies have come to play.

1. Shazam! Is Super!

Shazam is not your typical superhero. For starters, he’s actually a wise-cracking, street-smart 14-year-old foster kid. But when he utters the magic word, he turns into an ultra-strong, ultra-fast flying force of nature (played by Chuck alum Zachary Levi). Shazam! has already been a crowd-pleasing hit in preview screenings because the movie — a sorta mash-up of Spider-Man and the iconic 80s comedy Big — has that rare ability to deliver laughs, appropriate PG-13 scares and a big-hearted family-friendly message. A delightful montage featuring a Queen favorite doesn’t hurt either. You’ll be having a good time (having a good time). (In theaters Friday, April 5)

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2. A Remake Worth Screaming About

Thirty years. That’s exactly how much time has passed since the original adaptation of the Stephen King horror classic Pet Sematary hit theaters. That’s also how long it’s taken to get over those emotionally scarring images. (Ahem, a dead little boy named Timmy literally emerges from a grave like a zombie and tears off his own face. And how was your day?) Time for a new generation to have nightmares! Once again, a couple (Jason Clarke, Amy Seimetz) and their two kids move to Maine and discover a mysterious burial ground hidden in the woods near their home. An unfathomable evil soon wreaks havoc on their lives. Good luck. (In theaters Friday, April 5)

3. Regina and Issa and Marsai, Oh My

Regina Hall and Issa Rae have teamed up for a big-screen comedy called Little, and, frankly, what else do you need to know? Hall plays Jordan, a brash tech mogul who gets the chance to press reset on her life and revert to her younger, 13-year-old self (Black-ish’s Marsai Martin). Rae is the overworked assistant — is there any other kind? — trying to help her. Oh, and Justin Hartley plays young Jordan’s hunk of a teacher. Did I mention this was a comedy fantasy? (In theaters Friday, April 11)

4. This Rom-Com Looks Great

If April showers are in the forecast — or if you’re just too lazy to get off the couch, no judgments — seek instant surefire comfort in the form of a new Netflix romantic comedy about love, loss and the power of female friendship. In Someone Great, a newly dumped woman named Jenny (Gina Rodriguez) embarks to New York with her two best friends (Brittany Snow, DeWanda Wise) before she moves across the country for her dream job. The flick is coproduced by Paul Feig, who directed Bridesmaids, A Simple Favor and the Ghostbusters remake. You’re responsible for the Chardonnay. (Streaming begins Friday, April 19)

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5. It’s the End for the Avengers … Maybe?

When we last left the Avengers, evil Thanos (Josh Brolin) made the likes of Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman), Spider-Man (Tom Holland) and Baby Groot disappear. Now Iron-Man (Robert Downey Jr.) and his fellow survivors try to save the day — along with the likes of Ant-Man (Paul Rudd), Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) and, yes, Captain Marvel (Brie Larson). Avengers: End Game is purportedly the last for originals such as Chris Evans’ Captain America, Chris Hemsworth’s Thor and The Hulk’s Mark Ruffalo. Will they martyr themselves for Black Panther? After all, he’s a more precious commodity than vibranium itself. Let’s find out. (In theaters Friday, April 26)

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Captain Marvel is a complicated superhero with a complicated backstory. Luckily there are a bunch of great comics to help you figure it out.

Captain Marvel is gearing up to be one of the biggest superhero movies of the year, sending the Marvel cinematic universe into the distant past (the ’90s) to give us the story of Carol Danvers, a.k.a. Captain Marvel.

Captain Marvel was first introduced to the world in 1967, created by Stan Lee and Gene Colan, which means there’s been a whole lot of Captain Marvel comic books over the years. Captain Marvel has gone through a handful of iterations over the decades, with multiple people carrying the Captain Marvel (the most recent being Danvers). Read more…

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Amal Clooney’s $18,000 Coat Collection Will Make You Actually Excited for Winter

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The Panels We’re Stupidly Excited For at New York Comic-Con 2018

New York Comic-Con just gets better and better. And NYCC 2018 looks set to be the best yet, with a bunch of panels and events we’re beside ourselves with excitement to see. We’ve picked six miss-at-your-peril highlights to mark in your diaries.

She-Ra and the Princesses of Power


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She-Ra re-envisioned for a new audience.

You don’t have to have been there first time around to get excited for the She-Ra reboot, but if She-Ra: Princess of Power or He-Man and the Masters of the Universe were your childhood fandoms, your thrill levels will be peaking, oh, right about NOW. On Thursday, October 4, showrunner of the Netflix Original Series, Noelle Stevenson, will present a first look at the all-new animated series, alongside Aimee Carrero who provides the voice of She-Ra, and Karen Fukuhara who voices fellow princess Glimmer. The series tells the story of Adora, an orphan who leaves the evil Horde behind upon discovering a magic sword that transforms her into mythical warrior princess, She-Ra.

But it’s not just the panel worth getting in a tizzy about. Dreamworks is also hosting an immersive fan experience claiming to transport all-comers to the planet of Etheria, Whispering Woods and Hordak’s Lair included.

WHEN? The Dreamworks She-Ra and the Princesses of Power panel takes place between 3-4pm on Thursday, October 4 at the Hammerstein Ballroom, Manhattan Center.

Find the fan experience at Booth 502.

American Gods (and Good Omens)


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Ian McShane reprises his role as Mr Wednesday in American Gods Season 2.

The first season of American Gods was one of 2017’s TV highlights. It was indulgently slow but engrossing storytelling, with a deliciously charismatic central performance from Ian McShane as Mr Wednesday. It also looked glorious. Since it ended, fans have been eagerly awaiting news of the second season of the TV adaptation of the Neil Gaiman novel.

Dogged by behind-the-scenes issues which saw Season 1 showrunners Michael Green and Bryan Fuller exit, and with reports that replacement showrunner Jesse Alexander is being sidelined, fans will be looking for some reassurance that Season 2 is, well, going to be good.

Great to hear, then, that the much-celebrated author – who doubles as executive producer on the show — Gaiman will be in attendance at the NYCC panel to present an exclusive first look at Season 2. He’ll be joined by cast members effusing about how Season 2 ups the ante. Gaiman will also pop up again on Saturday, giving fans a glimpse of Good Omens with stars David Tennant and Michael Sheen – another panel totally worth checking out.

Like She-Ra, American Gods is also bringing an experiential treat for fans at NYCC. The Motel America Diner, one of the show’s key locations, is going to be painstakingly recreated. Littered with Easter Eggs, the diner also presents fans with the opportunity to bag some American Gods-themed swag — by making a sacrifice to the Gods, of course.

WHEN? The American Gods panel takes place between 1.30-2.30pm on Friday, October 5 at the Hammerstein Ballroom. The Good Omens panel is at 10am on Saturday, October 6 at the Madison Square Garden theater.

Riverdale

We’re just days away from Season 3 of Riverdale, and with so many theories swirling around what the next twist in Archie’s tale will bring, we’re looking to the NYCC panel to give us eager fans a deeper insight into how the third season will pan out. And if the opportunity to discover more early doors about TV’s maddest, darkest and most unflinchingly subversive teen show doesn’t fire you up to fever pitch, you need to get with the Riverdale programme pronto.

The panel will feature series cast and producers fielding questions, as well as a sneak peek at Season 3. The premiere will pick up immediately following that dramatic Season 2 finale in which we saw Archie thrown in prison, while ensuing episodes could see a cult influencing the inhabitants of Riverdale, and even zombies terrorising the town. Cannot. Wait.

WHEN? The Riverdale panel takes place between 10-11am on Sunday, October 7.

Mortal Engines

Peter Jackson fans will be champing at the bit for any insight whatsoever into Mortal Engines – and NYCC promises to deliver. Jackson himself will be on hand at the panel to answer questions put to him by moderator Andy Serkis, as well as – hopefully – questions from the audience. Jackson will be joined by members of the cast and production team – including director Christian Rivers, and partner and collaborator Fran Walsh — presenting the first eight minutes of footage from the film.

He’ll also be overseeing a detailed presentation of how the team brought a world to the screen in which mobile, motorised cities prey on other cities.

WHEN? The Mortal Engines panel takes place on Friday, October 5 at 12pm in the Hulu Theater, Madison Square Garden.

Netflix and Chills

In an obvious yet simultaneously genius play on the popular colloquial euphemism for something you’d actually probably describe as the opposite of relaxing in front of the telly, Netflix and Chills brings the scares to NYCC this October.

This panel sees the casts of upcoming Netflix shows The Haunting of Hill House, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and Umbrella Academy assemble to chat all things supernaturally spooky about their respective series as Halloween creeps closer. It’s suitably seasonal, as well as giving you three shows in one to get excited about.

But wait, there’s more. The audience will also be treated to a first look at The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance before anyone else. Fans of the Jim Henson 1982 animatronic original won’t want to miss this.

WHEN? Netflix and Chills takes place between 7.30-10pm on Friday, October 5 on the Main Stage at the Javits Center.

Hellboy


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David Harbour as Hellboy.

It’s been 10 years since Hellboy was last on the big screen. In Guillermo del Toro’s original 2004 movie and its 2008 sequel, Ron Perlman was the hench offspring of a demon and a witch otherwise known as Big Red. In Neil Marshall’s reboot, the role is taken over by Stranger Things star David Harbour. And a better fit it’s difficult to envisage.

Whispers suggest that the NYCC panel will give us our first glimpse of footage in the form of a trailer — presented by Hellboy creator Mike Mignola, no less, alongside the cast including Harbour himself, plus Ian McShane fresh from his American Gods panel appearance, Sasha Lane and Daniel Dae Kim.

WHEN? The Hellboy panel takes place between 11am-12pm on Saturday, October 6 on the Main Stage at the Javits Center.

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