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Fast & Ferocious – 10 More Fast & Furious Sequels are Coming [Video]

There’s already plenty of “Fast and Ferocious” movie out there, and 10 more sequels are coming, including: Fast & Ferocious: Self-Driving Cars, The Fast Fellowship, Fast & Ferocious Z, and more!

The Fast & Ferocious movies have been a big success, and the studio is planning more sequels. Do they have to be faster? Is faster better, or should they focus on the story?

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Saddle Up, Folks: Red Dead 2 is Definitely Coming

Rockstar just posted this. Twitter said it all, and it was all Rockstar needed to say.

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Now if you’ll excuse me, I need to go blow the dust off my hat and shine my spurs as sh*t is about to get mad real. One of the greatest games in history is finally getting the sequel we all have been foaming about. Wonder if the love of Westworld on HBO helped push this along.

Or, God forbid, they are trolling us…

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(^Reddit)

(story via IGN)

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Iron FIst Gets a Release Date, Mark Your Calendars Accordingly

Remember when it was announced that Netflix was getting an Iron Fist series? Well, now we have a date for it. In a clear sign of the times, the streaming service made the announcement via a short teaser because simple posters or press emails are so last decade.

The story follows billionaire Danny Rand (played by Finn Jones) who, much like Oliver Queen, has been missing for a few years and finally returns to New York City because he wants to “reconnect with his past and his family legacy,” as Coming Soon put it.  He’ll take on the evil doers corrupting his home thanks to his mastery of kung-fu and the fact that he’s able to summon the power of the Iron Fist.

The series, set to premeire on March 17, 2017, also stars Carrie-Anne Moss as lawyer Jeri Hogarth, Jessica Henwick as Colleen Wing, David Wenham as Harold Meachum, Jessica Stroup as Joy Meachum, and Tom Pelphrey as Ward Meachum.

You can catch the San Diego Conic-Con trailer here.

(via Coming Soon, image via screencap)

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Show Us Your Best “Game Of Thrones” Halloween Costumes

Halloween Is Coming.

Winter isn’t the only thing that’s coming — Halloween is right around the corner.

Winter isn't the only thing that's coming — Halloween is right around the corner.

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And there’s simply no better occasion to show off your love for Game of Thrones / A Song of Ice and Fire.

And there's simply no better occasion to show off your love for Game of Thrones / A Song of Ice and Fire.

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Maybe you’d want to represent House Targaryen by going as the Mother of Dragons.

Maybe you'd want to represent House Targaryen by going as the Mother of Dragons.

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Or perhaps a costume from House Lannister is more your style.

Or perhaps a costume from House Lannister is more your style.

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Triumph: J.J. Abrams Says to Expect Portal Movie Announcement Real Soon

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Fans have been clamoring for a film adaptation of Half Life or even its many constituent mods and expansions that have come out over the years. While many have flirted with the idea, it seems that one major fan favorite is loaded and ready to get into development, pending a formal announcement. According to J.J. Abrams, who spoke to IGN, we can likely expect to hear that Portal will be coming to the big screen, the first of Valve’s promised movie offerings from way back in 2013. “We have a meeting coming up next week with Valve,” Abrams said. “We’re very active, I’m hoping that there will be a Portal announcement fairly soon.”

When it comes to the movie’s “faithfulness” to the original game, Abrams was mum (as expected). He did, however, say:

We are having some really interesting discussions with writers, many of whom…once you said you’re doing a movie or show about a specific thing that is a known quantity you start to find people who are rabid about these things. As someone who loves playing Half Life and Portal, what’s the movie of this, it’s incredible when you talk to someone who just ‘gets’ it, it’s like, oh my god, it’s really the seed for this incredible tree you’re growing.

According to IMDb, Bad Robot is overseeing the potential production, hence why Abrams is fielding the question. Whether he’ll direct or not hasn’t been confirmed, but IMDb lists him as a producer. Also listed there is Gabe Newell, founder and creator of Half Life, the game and world on which Portal is based.

Here’s hoping we’ll have an official announcement to share with y’all real soon.

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John Wick 2, per ora il cane è vivo

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Il canale Twitter del secondo capitolo di John Wick pubblica la prima fotografia di Keanu Reeves assieme al suo nuovo cane che, almeno per ora, è vivo.

La Lionsgate suggerisce, attraverso la nuova immagine, che il secondo cane del primo film apparirà anche nel sequel, ed essendo un pitbull magari questa volta sarà un po’ più difficile ammazzarlo. A cosa punteranno ora gli scrittori?

Assieme al protagonista della pellicola, tornerà anche Ian McShane nei panni del proprietario della zona franca, il Continental Hotel. La presentazione di John Wick 2 avverrà durante il New York Comic Con l’8 Ottobre 2016.

A new chapter begins together. #JohnWick2 is coming to #NYCC 10.8.2016. pic.twitter.com/8AH1vgZIuU

— John Wick: Chapter 2 (@JohnWickMovie) September 28, 2016

 

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Falling in Love With Ourselves: Blending Romance and Coming-of-Age Narratives in Gay YA Fiction

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Coming of age stories are nearly always romances—they’re just not always genre romances. Where a genre romance is about people falling in love with each other, a coming of age story is about falling in love with yourself.

No matter our age, we’re always changing and growing, but in many adult novels, there’s a stigma to being in still-figuring-things-out mode. It’s framed as flighty, irresponsible, and impractical. In Young Adult and New Adult novels, however, the characters are at an age when it’s culturally acceptable to still be figuring things out, so change is the crux of the story. One of the main reasons I love reading YA and NA fiction (and I suspect so many other adult-adults do too) is because I’m still figuring things out too. Most of us are.

The quest for identity is the process of falling in love with a version of yourself—the self you want to be, the self you are making strides toward, or maybe the self you already are. College, then, is a potent setting for this romance of the self. Not only are the characters learning about themselves and changing, they’re also meeting a ton of other people going through similar changes. It’s a teeming mass that’s in flux all the time.

So, when there is a romance-romance in a coming of age novel, it amplifies all these changes. Because learning who you are or who you want to be when you’re on your own is intense enough. Learning who you are while also learning who you want to be when in a relationship? Ten times more intense!

It’s into this double romance that Leo enters in my new novel Where We Left Off. He has just arrived in New York City for college and is falling in love with the city, with physics, with new friends, and with what his life could possibly look like. He’s also hardcore falling in love with Will Highland, someone who challenges everything that Leo thinks he knows to be true about love and relationships. Because Leo’s romance is twofold, it was necessary for his story to include both. The journey of figuring out who he is becomes inseparable from that of figuring out what he thinks love is, from learning about his own desires, and from contemplating all the different ways there are to have relationships.

What Leo learns, as he considers each possibility, is that there are infinite potential selves to fall in love with, just as there are infinite ways to have relationships. There aren’t right or wrong ways, just ways that work or don’t work for the people involved. Love is the ultimate multi-verse because each new possibility opens up a whole new potential life.

In coming of age novels—in romances of the self—the Happily Ever After necessarily looks different than it does in genre romances, too. These characters are falling in love with themselves, and with their lives, but these things aren’t static, so neither is the “ever after.” Instead, they are gaining the ability to know what they want, and to be true to those desires even as they change. And that self-knowledge is the greatest happily ever after that I can imagine.

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Roan Parrish lives in Philadelphia, where she is gradually attempting to write love stories in every genre.

When not writing, she can usually be found cutting her friends’ hair, meandering through whatever city she’s in while listening to torch songs and melodic death metal, or cooking overly elaborate meals. She loves bonfires, winter beaches, minor chord harmonies, and self-tattooing. One time she may or may not have baked a six-layer chocolate cake and then thrown it out the window in a fit of pique.

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