PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,
PMMJ
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entertainment news

Long-awaited Superman ruling: "A federal judge here on Wednesday ruled that the heirs of Jerome Siegel — who 70 years ago sold the rights to the action hero he created with Joseph Shuster to Detective Comics for $130 — were entitled to claim a share of the United States copyright to the character."

This groovy Coilhouse article on Val Lewton notes that four of his movies, including Cat People, are being remade... by the company responsible for the Saw franchise. Color me dubious.

"Walt Disney, the man, is a singular character in American history."

'Mixed emotions grip the stars of Galactica as they enter the final season.'

YahooMovies names its ten most historically inaccurate movies. (Honestly, I don't think 300 made any attempts to be accurate, so I never think it belongs on lists like these.)

Tags: comic books, movies, not news, tv
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