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Neil Gaiman's Miracleman Phase Wins Bound by Marvel

Miracleman, one of the most important characters in the modern trajectory of comics, is celebrating 40 years in 2022 since he was redefined by Alan Moore in the 1980s as a complex and dark champion - and taking advantage of the date, Marvel, current holder of the rights to the hero, is preparing several publications for this year.

The most recent announcement is the bound Miracleman by Gaiman & Buckingham Book 1: The Golden Age, which will bring together the first six editions of the hero written by Neil Gaiman, author of the masterpiece Sandman, published in 1992.

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Cover of Miracleman by Gaiman & Buckingham Book 1: The Golden Age. (Image: Reproduction/Marvel Comics)

In total, Gaiman and Buckingham's run on the title spanned 24 issues — stopping midway through the "Silver Age," second of three planned arcs by the duo. The recently announced booklet by Marvel encompasses the first saga, “Golden Age”, the only one completed by the authors. The last story would be titled "Dark Ages", but it never got off the ground.

The booklet will be made available both digitally and in paperback with a carton cover in October 2022 from Marvel.

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2022 is the year of the Miracleman
The release of the binding is another of the titles that Marvel has been doing with Miracleman since the character returned in the pages of Timeless #1, with the publisher possibly laying the groundwork for a greater connection between the hero and the main universe of his comics.

Also in 2022, Marvel will publish Miracleman Omnibus, a luxury book that will compile the entire phase of the hero written by Alan Moore in the 1980s — which means that along with the announcement of Miracleman by Gaiman & Buckingham Book 1: The Golden Age, the The only period of the character that is not easily accessible is 1954, which encompasses the champion's first appearance, in addition to all the stories scripted by its creator, Mick Anglo.


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The Batman: Learn all about the new hero movie, which features Robert Pattinson in the lead role

In the darkest screen adaptation to date, The Batman, by Matt Reeves, features the debut of star Robert Pattinson in the lead role in a plot that mixes horror with noir suspense. The film also addresses a very current topic: the difference between justice and revenge.

Matt Reeves managed to surpass his colleague Christopher Nolan: his vision of Batman is even darker than that of the director of 2008's The Dark Knight. Batman is much more than a superhero movie – it's a horror production shot in a noir style. Over the course of three hours, the hunt for the serial killer Riddler takes place in Gotham City where it's always night and the rain doesn't let up. There is no room for smiles or fun there – only criminality and decadence.

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It is in this deplorable environment that Commissioner Gordon (Jeffrey Wright) is constantly forced to project the symbol of the bat in the sky: it is the signal for Batman to leave the darkness and help him in the fight against marginality. As has happened more and more in hero movies, the story is focused on adult audiences and the theme is less Manichean. There is an interesting subliminal discussion about the difference between justice and revenge, an argument that can easily be transposed to the real world. Quite original, Reeves' script casts doubt on the honesty of Thomas Wayne, Bruce Wayne's father, Batman's secret identity. This world of secrets and deception is ideal for the bat-man's crises of conscience - he seems to suffer just as much as the bad guys.

Another component that complements the film's oppressive tone is the soundtrack by Michael Giacchino. Coincidence or not, the It's Raining Vengeance theme is similar to Darth Vader's Imperial March from the Star Wars saga. With the flowing cape and stark black suit, Batman's comparison with the Star Wars villain is inevitable.

Responsible for the film's most agonizing scenes, the troubled Riddler is not the only figure that Matt Reeves rescued from the DC Comics universe, the publisher that began publishing Batman, created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger in 1939. There is also the presence of the Penguin. (an unrecognizable Colin Farrell) and Catwoman (Zöe Kravitz), as well as gangster Carmine Falcone (John Torturro). The truth is, fans already predicted that Reeves' aesthetic choice would lead him to an extremely dark and violent Batman. At least two of his previous productions gave these clues: Planet of the Apes: The Confrontation and Cloverfield are action films, but with hints of horror. In addition to monkeys and monsters, now Matt Reeves has added a bat to his gallery of creepy types.


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Chris Pine is 'excited' about new 'Star Trek' movie

Chris Pine Can't Wait For New 'Star Trek' Movie credit:Bang Showbiz

Chris Pine stated that the cast of 'Star Trek' is "excited" about the new film.

The 41-year-old actor is set to reprise his role as James T. Kirk for the fourth time in the next film in the franchise, but confirmed that he and his co-stars are still waiting for a script.

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Chris told Variety: "I think everyone was like, 'Did you hear about that?' We're usually the last people to find out, but I know we're all excited. When they want to send us a script, we're ready for it."

The 'Wonder Woman' star added: "I don't trust anyone, but I'm excited. I love the story. I love 'Star Trek'. I love my people."

Pine's latest film is the thriller 'All the Old Knives' and he explained how he was able to work with an intimacy coordinator for the first time on the project.

"I've never done this before. You're doing a s*x scene in a bedroom and you have an older woman who is watching and giving observations on how to do the s*x scene and I'm thinking, 'Who is this person telling me? how to have s*x?'"


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Johnny Knoxville and his "Jackass" crew are back: These are the cinema highlights of the week

"Jackass Forever" with the old and new stars of the controversial series, "Parallel Mothers" by Pedro Almodóvar and "Vatersland": These are the cinema reboots on March 10th.

In addition to the well-known stars like Johnny Knoxville and Steve-O, there are also new faces in the fourth "Jackass" movie. (Image: Paramount)

The fourth "Jackass 4" play lasts a good hour and a half. Plenty of time, then, to ponder the sense and nonsense of self-inflicted pain in the service of entertainment. "Jackass Forever" will be released in the cinemas with some time delay, and basically this masochistic, politically completely incorrect and absolutely dull concoction by almost forgotten MTV rebels was certainly not really necessary. But: The fans of yesteryear will certainly enjoy it this time too.

Meanwhile, "The Batman" continues to dominate the big halls. But there is also something new to see in the somewhat smaller houses: Pedro Almodóvar's new film "Parallel Mothers", for example, with a brilliant Penélope Cruz in the leading role. Or the German production "Vatersland", in which the director and author Petra Seeger deals with her own past in a male-dominated post-war society.

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Jackass Forever
Of course, this is no longer a scandal like it was 20 years ago. Just remember: At the beginning of the millennium, "Jackass" ran on MTV for the first time and polarized people like no other show on television. Content: A horde of boys undertook obviously dangerous stunts, put themselves through disgusting tests of courage to see if a stun gun really shocked them. And Germany wondered whether one could find that funny firstly and secondly what "Jackass" was doing to young people.

So now the fourth movie in the series starts. According to reports, the guys around Johnny Knoxville and Steve-O are now around 50. In addition to the well-known "stars" there are some new faces. Eric Manaka, Rachel Wolfson, Jasper Dolphin and Sean "Poopies" McInerney face the challenges, which like to have something to do with cannons or dangerous animals - somewhere between a jungle test and an action film. A sometimes disgusting hodgepodge of pain or fear-inducing adrenaline kicks. And, as expected, everyone involved finds it very, very funny.

After "Jackass Forever" it should be over with this strange rebellion, which somehow fit the time 20 years ago. Everyone has to decide for themselves whether this form of cinema party is an appropriate form of entertainment these days and weeks.

parallel mothers
Once again director Pedro Almodóvar looks at his Spain with keen eyes. His current film is called "Parallel Mothers" and, as is so often the case with Almodóvar, it focuses on the fate of women. A country reveals itself around them that cannot escape its past.

Director Pedro Almodóvar tells a moving drama that links the fates of two women in a disturbing way. Janis (Penélope Cruz, right) and Ana (Milena Smit) have both become mothers. (Image: El Deseo/Studiocanal 2021)

The "parallel mothers" are Janis (Penélope Cruz) and Ana (Milena Smit), who happen to meet in the hospital. They are both expecting their first child. Janis, a middle-aged woman, is looking forward to it. Ana, a teenager, is concerned about the future, especially since her mother Teresa (Aitana Sánchez Gijón) is really no help to her. The fathers are not there anyway. In the case of Janis, it is probably the anthropologist Arturo (Israel Elejalde), who works for a foundation that helps to clarify the crimes of the Franco regime. Janis' great-grandfather was murdered during the civil war and lies in a mass grave.

Against this background, Almodóvar tells a moving drama that links the fates of the two women in a disturbing way. The audience accompanies her in her search for the truths of yesterday and today. Penélope Cruz received an Oscar nomination for Best Actress for her role.

"Remembrance cinema" - that is the perfect description for the film "Fatherland", in which the director and author Petra Seeger deals with her own past as a growing girl in a male-dominated post-war society. "It was important to me to make a film that expresses the feelings, experiences and painful moments of my childhood as authentically as possible," says Petra Seeger, who grew up in the 1960s and used lots of family photos and 16mm film to prepare for her memory from her father's archives.

Margarita Broich plays the filmmaker Marie, who is in a crisis. (Image: W-film/Coin Film)


It happens in a similar way in the film: the filmmaker, whose name is Marie here and who is played by Margarita Broich, is working on a new screenplay. She discovers a box with photos and films from her childhood and embarks on an emotional journey through time into her own past. The film accompanies the girl Marie on her way to becoming a young woman in the midst of a decade of great changes.

With Felizia Trube, Momo Beier and Stella Holzapfel, three young actresses embody Marie at different ages in the flashback. She experienced her personal trauma early on with the death of her mother, which also shaped her father (Bernhard Schütz), who was marked by war. "Fatherland" is certainly a feminist film, but at the same time not without humor and charm.



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Hollywood giants criticize the Oscars' new changes

Heavy names like James Cameron, Guillermo del Toro and Steven Spielberg are demanding that the Academy withdraw a controversial decision.
New year, new controversies around the Oscars - and what the TV broadcast should look like.
This week, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences - which has awarded Oscars since 1929 - decided to cut eight of the award categories for a tighter and shorter program. According to the Academy's decision, the Oscars for, among other things, the best clips and music will be awarded before the TV broadcast, and then cut into the program.

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But such decisions are not made without Hollywood reacting, and now several of the film industry's heaviest names have put together a letter to the Academy's chairman in which they ask him to step up immediate action.
"For almost a century, the Academy Awards have represented a golden standard in how to pay attention to and honor all the professions of filmmaking. As we now approach the 100th anniversary of the Oscars, we are deeply concerned that this golden standard is being tarnished by certain professions. , it says in the letter at Variety.
"Seeking new audiences and making the TV show more entertaining is an important goal, but it can not happen at the expense of all the crafts that make film art worthy of praise."
The letter is signed by filmmakers such as Guillermo del Toro and James Cameron, Star Wars producer Kathleen Kennedy, composers Howard Shore and Hildur Guðnadóttir with about 70 other filmmakers.

Earlier this week, Steven Spielberg criticized the Oscars' new changes. In an interview with Deadline, he says:
- I do not agree with the decision. I strongly feel that film is a medium that is created together, we all become a family where every profession and craft is equally important. At the Oscars, there is no one who is nicer than anyone else. Everyone deserves a place at the table, at the same time and live.
- What would "The Shark" be without John Williams' music ?, adds the director whose "West Side Story" is nominated for 7 Oscars.

The academy continues to claim that all winners will be presented during the Oscars, and that their speeches of thanks will be cut into the three-hour broadcast (in other words, just as the Golden Bug Gala has done for many years). But it's not good enough for Hollywood's giants - and the question now is whether the Oscars' producers can change their minds.


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