THE FLASH, INDEPENDENCE DAY Sequel, DOCTOR WHO Is Losing Who?

On The CW's The Flash, it looks like The Reverse Flash is returning in the second part of season two, per an EW report.

Hey, if it's the Reverse Flash, shouldn't he be running backwards?

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The new Independence Day sequel, Independence Day: Resurgence, picks up in modern day, where we stand, after fighting off the alien enemy. This even includes having adapted some of their weaponry for our own. And of course, the phrase, "They're heeere" has an entirely new meaning.

But in the meantime, if you like having your story details filled in from the time gaps between movies, there will be companion comic books coming out that will bridge the time gap between the last film and the upcoming film.

It's called the Independence Day comic book series, being written by Victor Gischler.


The first issue will address humanity having found a mysterious new craft under the Atlantic Ocean, just after having kicked their asses in space.

The comic is from Titan Comics. To be honest, if done right, comic book are great prequel tools that can be tied in to a film.  I've seen movies where I've reviewed the prequel comics and thought they were cool, but then they became even more relevant when events from the comic story lines were referenced in the film I watched. That kind of cool.

The first issue of the tie-in comic goes on sale March 2nd, 2016. The film, Independence Day: Resurgence opens in theaters on June 24th, 2016.


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Peter Capaldi leaving Doctor Who


Shocking Doctor Who supposition...

Doctor Who's Peter Capaldi hints at next season could be his last year playing the time traveling doc.

While promoting the Christmas Special, in an interview, Peter Capaldi said that

"I love Doctor Who but it can be quite an insular world and I do want to do other things. There will come a time when this is over. But I knew that when I started."

WHAT IS UP with actors who play "The Doctor?"

The show goes through so many cast members, I have to wonder if it's personality conflicts or just income issues where every actor moves on and out of the skin of "The Good Doctor."

My first guess is $$$, as they production company looks to keep costs down while continuing the series. The series has been the longest-running sci-fi series in history, technically, and by going through various cast, can keep the costs down, avoiding the need to increase salaries over time.

Hence, helping its longevity.

But dang, can't they keep one guy for more than a few seasons already?

[ .telegraph. ]

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