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D23 Expo - Disney+ Presentation Mega Thread

2019.08.23 03:17 MattHall83 D23 Expo - Disney+ Presentation Mega Thread

Hey Disney Fans,
Disney will give guests a first look at the Disney+ Service at the D23 Expo in Anaheim this weekend. The Disney+ presentation is on Friday afternoon at 3:30 PM PST. Let us know if you're in the room!
We expect more information on original content for the streaming service including Lady and the Tramp, The Mandalorian, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, and more during this star-studded presentation. Discuss and post your live reactions in this thread.
We will update this post to try to capture a summary of the announcements from the Expo!
Star Wars
What do you think of Disney's new streaming service? Share below.
Have an issue or question? Post it here!
Please post self-posts, copies of web pages and images of Twitter or other social media in this thread. News Stories, posters, trailers, demos or reviews can be posted as their own thread. I will be adding more details as they become available. Hopefully, this helps keep everything in one easy to find spot.
You can also discuss the Expo on the DisneyPlus Discord.
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2018.10.03 16:49 MsBluffy What's Going on in Columbia? October 3-7

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The Anastasia Trials in the Court of Women Saturday 4 – 6 PM and Sunday 2 PM at Warehouse Theatre. Engrossing, controversial courtroom drama where the audience must serve as judge and jury, deciding motions and the verdict, in a case against the five women who betrayed the Grand Duchess Anastasia Romanov, the last surviving daughter of the Tsar of Russia.
All Men A-Loud! Saturday 5 PM location TBD CAAM and MU partner to host the fourth-annual men’s choral workshop for area singers ages 10 and up, this time in the fall! Dynamic and knowledgeable conductors will help singers dissect common vocal issues in a positive and supportive environment, culminating in a performance featuring workshop participants. Singers will sing in a mass choir, as well as a selected special interest track focusing on a specific music style (a cappella/pop, vocal jazz, barbershop, or standard classical choral literature).


Taste of the Tigers Thursday 5 PM, East Concourse at Faurot Field. Taste of The Tigers is a one-of-a-kind event featuring all things Mizzou football. Guests enjoy tailgate-inspired bites, wine and beer, remarks from Coach Barry Odom and activities on Faurot Field. A silent and live auction will feature unique experiences, signed athletic memorabilia and more. All proceeds help The Food Bank share food with neighbors in need.
Carnival of Ink Friday 2 PM – 10 PM, Saturday 12 PM – 10 PM and Sunday 12 PM – 8 PM. The Carnival of Ink makes its next stop to Columbia, MO. Over 100 booths of amazing Award winning Tattoo artists from all over the U.S. One day pass $10.00, three day pass $25.00 and under 12 free
Coffee and Canvas Friday 7 PM at Stotler Lounge. Create your very own masterpiece while relaxing at Mizzou After Dark’s little coffee shop! Free for MU Students with your student ID. Cost is $5 for the general public. Children under 17 are not allowed. Visit for more information. Sponsored by the Campus Activities Programming Board.
Columbia Experimental Music Festival October 5 - 7 Dismal Niche Presents: The Columbia Experimental Music Festival is a 3 day celebration of adventurous art and music featuring over two dozen national, international and regional artists at 10 venues throughout downtown
Heartland Graduate Symposium: Experiencing Place and Space in the Ancient MediterraneanFriday 5-7 PM and Saturday 9 AM – 7 PM The Heartland Graduate Workshops in Ancient Studies series aims to bring together diverse scholars with a broad range of interests for two days of collaboration and mutual encouragement. This year we will be seeking to understand better the various ways in which the inhabitants of the ancient Mediterranean world experienced the space and places in which they lived, worked, and played. How did they shape their environment to create their lived experiences? What role did the senses play in their experience of natural as well as artificial environments? The workshop will take place on October 5-6th, 2018 on the campus of the University of Missouri – Columbia. For more information, please visit
Rocheport Donut Festival Friday, Saturday and Sunday 5 PM. Join us in historic Rocheport, Missouri for this FREE-to-attend and family-friendly music festival. Some of the region’s best acts will perform all while we celebrate the deliciousness of doughnuts! Activities and features will include: kids silent disco, donut tossing contest, hayrides through town, free live music, beer garden, food and craft vendors, animal rescue and scavenger hunt, donuts and so much more!
CoMo Flea Swap Saturday and Sunday at the Wagon Trail Trading Post. Monthly outdoor flea market. Free parking and admission, pet friendly.
Show Me State Games Pumpkin Fun RunSaturday 8 AM – 11 AM at Perry Phillips Lake 9:00am – 3rd / 4th / 5th grades, 9:30am – K / 1st / 2nd grades. Race should be done by 10:00am. $10 entry fee for students. Entry fee includes t-shirt and registration packet. Contact 573-884-2946 to inquire about scholarships. Parents and teachers run free! NOTE: Parents are allowed to run / walk with their child free of charge. However, if the parents want to receive a Pumpkin Run t-shirt with the run, they need to register and pay the entry fee.
Columbia Health Fair Saturday 11 AM – 4 PM at 1729 West Broadway. A fun-filled family friendly event with raffles and giveaways all day. Fitness challenges, free InBody analysis, multiple bouncy houses, a car show, plenty of local venders and so much more!
Crush Festival Saturday 2 – 6 PM and Sunday 12 – 4 PM at the Les Bourgeois A-Frame. Join us at our 26th annual Crush Festival to kick off harvest season at Les Bourgeois Vineyards! For the second year in a row the festival will span two days, where you can enjoy live music, kids games, pumpkin painting, and of course GRAPE-STOMPING FUN for the whole family! 9th Annual Harvest Hootenanny Saturday 3 PM – 8 PM at the Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture. The 9th Annual Harvest Hootenanny is a celebration of local agriculture and the completion of another successful growing season. We will close down Smith Street, in front of the Urban Farm, to serve a large Missouri-grown meal, local beer and wine in the Biergarten. There will be live music, games, a raffle, and hanging out in the garden. This event is family-friendly, and you can now pre-purchase Hootenanny tickets.
Barktoberfest! Presented by Shelter InsuranceSunday 1 – 4 PM at Logboat Brewing Company On October 7th, Logboat Brewery is going to the dogs! Join us from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. for Barktoberfest, an event designed for dogs. There will be a Canine Costume Contest at 2 p.m., a silent auction with doggie baskets up for grabs, and a bake sale. The entry fee for the costume contest is $5. If your dog won't be dressing up, admission is free; however, in lieu of an admission fee, we ask that you make a donation to Unchained Melodies Dog Rescue in Columbia.
2018 Museum Archaeology Day Saturday 1 – 3 PM at Mizzou North. Organizations, academic departments, and museums from across the University and community will be at Mizzou North with a multitude of activities for folks of all ages. Free event!


Teaching from the Collections October 6 – December 16 at Stephens College. This back-to-school exhibition by the Stephens College Costume Museum and Research Library features 13 ensembles from the 1940s to the 1970s, showcasing some of the 20th century’s most influential designers. Visitors share in the fashion major’s experience learning about designers’ signature techniques and materials with a chance to test their new knowledge in a quiz. But don’t worry; everyone who visits this free exhibition makes the grade!

Seeing Anew: A Reinterpretation of Modern and Contemporary Artworks from the Permanent Collection at Museum of Art and Archaeology. After two years of special exhibitions, two galleries will be rededicated to highlighting extraordinary works of modern and contemporary art. Selections of artworks from about 1950 to the present will be reinterpreted with an emphasis on diversity represented in the permanent collection. Both familiar favorites and recent acquisitions will be displayed, along with a new section devoted to works on paper.

Notley Hawkins October 1 – 26 at The Sidney Larson Gallery Alumni Exhibition - Photography
CoalieSpear Show September 7 – November 4 at the Boone County History & Culture Center. The Montminy Gallery is proud to announce the COALIESPEAR show. This exhibition showcases the work of two award-winning local artists, Kelly Coalier and David Spear. Among their awards, each has won the City of Columbia Commemorative Art Poster. The COALIESPEAR show is the first dual show for this pair of long-time Columbia friends and residents. With each artist exhibiting more than 25 works of art, it is also the largest show for either artist in many years. Coalier has been making artwork daily for 30 plus years. His current drawings and photographs reflect a decade of raising kids and living in Boone County. Fairs, festivals, family and friends are inspirational sources in Coalier’s work. His style and composition are influenced by traditional drawing, comics, animation, photography, and pre-World War II modernism. Spear’s work is influenced by history and the evolution of art. He weaves together genres of realism and abstraction to express a range of artistic concepts and points of view. His artistic career and work are motivated by a continuous commitment to the development of a broad understanding of diverse processes and perspectives.

Salvador Dali exhibit at The Tiger Hotel. In the lobby of the hotel, you will find two lithographs from Dali’s 1977 ‘Twelve Apostles or Knights of the Round Table’ Suite: James the Lesser or The Vicar of Britain and Phillip or Knighting of Sir Galahad. Between them is Dali’s1974 original work, The Last Corner of the Last Planet, from a suite of twelve paintings known as ‘Conquest of Cosmos.’


Mizzou Soccer vs. Ole Miss FRI 6:30 PM Walton Stadium
Stephens Volleyball vs. Ottawa University FRI 7 PM at Stephens College Mizzou Volleyball vs. South Carolina FRI 6:30 PM at the Hearnes Center
Stephens Volleyball vs. Harris-Stowe State University Saturday 1 PM at Stephens College
Columbia College Soccer vs. Freed-Hardeman University SAT (W) 1:30 PM (M) 4 PM
Mizzou Volleyball vs. Arkansas SUN 1:30 PM at Hearnes Center


Corey Smith at The Blue Note 8 PM
Crawdaddy Trio Lucky’s Market 5 PM THURSDAY
Eli Young Band w/Sean McConnell + Halle Kearns at The Blue Note 8 PM
Cherub w/ Maddy O'Neal at The Blue Note 9 PM
Dan Hubbard at Fretboard Coffee 8 PM
Brad Cunningham Band at The Station House at Katfish Katy’s 6 PM
Smino at Jesse Auditorium 8:30 PM
John Galbraith Trio Cooper’s Landing 6 PM SATURDAY
Poundgame Addison Live at The Blue Note 7 PM
CEMF Afternoon Showcase: Tim Pilcher // Oxherding // Azaleas Hitt Records 4 PM
River Ghost Revue Live at The Station House 6 PM
Glenn Jones & Benoit Pioulard at Senior Hall (Stephens College) 7 PM
Adam Gaffney at Cooper’s Landing 6 PM
The Sonny Show Dive Bar 8 PM
Hear in Now with Forest Management at the Firestone Baars Chapel 7 PM
Carrie Nation & the Speakeasy + Adam Lee at Rose Music Hall 7:30 PM
Mourning A BLKstar & Jennifer Simone at Café Berlin 9 PM
Dismal Niche Festival Showcase at Rose Park 2 PM
C. Rock City Live at The Station House at Katfish Katy’s 2 PM
Glenn Jones Daniel Boone Regional Library 2 PM
The Sonny Show Les Bourgeois A-Frame 2:30 PM


ASSASSINATION NATION - High school senior Lily and her three best friends live in a haze of texts, posts, selfies and chats -- just like the rest of the world. Their small town gets turned upside down when an anonymous hacker starts to reveal personal messages and secrets of thousands of people. As anger erupts into full-blown violence, the four girls soon find themselves in a fight for their lives against an armed mob.
CRAZY RICH ASIANS - Rachel Chu is happy to accompany her longtime boyfriend, Nick, to his best friend's wedding in Singapore. She's also surprised to learn that Nick's family is extremely wealthy and he's considered one of the country's most eligible bachelors. Thrust into the spotlight, Rachel must now contend with jealous socialites, quirky relatives and something far, far worse -- Nick's disapproving mother.
FARENHEIT 11/9 - Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 11/9" is a provocative and comedic look at the times in which we live.
HELL FEST - On Halloween night, three young women and their respective boyfriends head to Hell Fest -- a ghoulish traveling carnival that features a labyrinth of rides, games and mazes. They soon face a bloody night of terror when a masked serial killer turns the horror theme park into his own personal playground.
THE HOUSE WITH A CLOCK IN ITS WALLS - Ten-year-old Lewis goes to live with his uncle in a creaky old house that contains a mysterious ticktock noise. When Lewis accidentally awakens the dead, the town's sleepy facade magically springs to life with a secret world of witches and warlocks.
LIFE ITSELF - As a young New York couple goes from college romance to marriage and the birth of their first child, the unexpected twists of their journey create reverberations that echo over continents and through lifetimes.
LITTLE WOMEN (2018) - Sisters—and dreams—are unique in their ability to inspire, encourage and change the world. For 150 years, Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women has motivated women of all ages to dream together and celebrate family. Coming to theaters for the first time, a modern retelling of LITTLE WOMEN brings a new generation together with their mothers, sisters and friends. From girls playing in the attic to women living with purpose, the March sisters—Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy—are committed to always supporting each other. Yet, growing up sometimes means growing apart. An aspiring writer, Jo leaves for New York determined to publish a novel. In the wake of rejected draft upon draft, her editor challenges Jo to write about something more interesting—her family. When tragedy brings the sisters back home, sticking together takes on new meaning. As Jo comforts her sick sister, Beth asks for one thing: a story. Jo knows the perfect one … by heart.
McQUEEN - A personal look at the extraordinary life, career and artistry of Alexander McQueen. Through exclusive interviews with his closest friends and family, recovered archives, exquisite visuals and music, McQueen is an authentic celebration and thrilling portrait of an inspired yet tortured fashion visionary. "Itself crafted with great artistry and ingenuity, McQueen works both as a spectacular visual album of his work and an achingly moving account of the incomplete life behind it." (Guy Lodge, Variety)
MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE: FALLOUT - The best intentions often come back to haunt you. MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - FALLOUT finds Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and his IMF team (Alec Baldwin, Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames) along with some familiar allies (Rebecca Ferguson, Michelle Monaghan) in a race against time after a mission gone wrong. Henry Cavill, Angela Bassett, and Vanessa Kirby also join the dynamic cast with filmmaker Christopher McQuarrie returning to the helm.
NIGHT SCHOOL - Teddy Walker is a successful salesman whose life takes an unexpected turn when he accidentally blows up his place of employment. Forced to attend night school to get his GED, Teddy soon finds himself dealing with a group of misfit students, his former high school nemesis and a feisty teacher who doesn't think he's too bright.
THE NUN (2018) - When a young nun at a cloistered abbey in Romania takes her own life, a priest with a haunted past and a novitiate on the threshold of her final vows are sent by the Vatican to investigate. Together they uncover the order’s unholy secret. Risking not only their lives but their faith and their very souls, they confront a malevolent force in the form of the same demonic nun that first terrorized audiences in “The Conjuring 2,” as the abbey becomes a horrific battleground between the living and the damned.
THE PREDATOR (2018) - From the outer reaches of space to the small-town streets of suburbia, the hunt comes home. The universe's most lethal hunters are stronger, smarter and deadlier than ever before, having genetically upgraded themselves with DNA from other species. When a boy accidentally triggers their return to Earth, only a ragtag crew of ex-soldiers and a disgruntled science teacher can prevent the end of the human race.
SEARCHING - After David Kim (John Cho)'s 16-year-old daughter goes missing, a local investigation is opened and a detective is assigned to the case. But 37 hours later and without a single lead, David decides to search the one place no one has looked yet, where all secrets are kept today: his daughter's laptop. In a hyper-modern thriller told via the technology devices we use every day to communicate, David must trace his daughter's digital footprints before she disappears forever.
A SIMPLE FAVOR - A SIMPLE FAVOR, directed by Paul Feig, centers around Stephanie (Anna Kendrick), a mommy vlogger who seeks to uncover the truth behind her best friend Emily's (Blake Lively) sudden disappearance from their small town.
SMALL FOOT - A Yeti named Migo stirs up his community when he discovers something that he didn't know existed -- a human.
THE TRUMP PROPHECY - The Trump Prophecy: A Voice of Hope – A Movement of Prayer is the story of Fireman Mark Taylor and what he heard God tell him about America, Israel and the world. Seeking to answer the question “What does MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN really mean?”, this story of prayer and hope is in cinemas October 2 and 4 only. Inspiring and uplifting as it reminds us of the privilege and blessings we enjoy as Americans, The Trump Prophecy will include a reflective panel discussion with global leaders in history, religion and politics.
WHITE BOY RICK - Set in 1980s Detroit at the height of the crack epidemic and the War on Drugs, WHITE BOY RICK is based on the moving true story of a blue-collar father and his teenage son, Rick Wershe Jr., who became an undercover police informant and later a drug dealer, before he was abandoned by his handlers and sentenced to life in prison.
THE WIFE - After nearly forty years of marriage, Joan (Glenn Close) and Joe (Jonathan Pryce) are complements: Where Joe is brash, Joan is shy. Where Joe is casual, Joan is elegant. Where Joe is vain, Joan is self-effacing. And where Joe enjoys his very public role as Great American Novelist, Joan pours her considerable intellect, grace, charm, and diplomacy into the private role of Great Man's Wife, keeping the household running smoothly, the adult children in close contact, and Joe's pills dispensed on schedule. At times, a restless discontentment can be glimpsed beneath Joan's smoothly decorous surface, but her natural dignity and keen sense of humor carry her through. Joe and Joan first met in the late 1950s, when she was a demure Smith student and he, her (married) creative writing teacher.
REGAL STADIUM 14 THEATER – 2800 Goodwin Pointe Drive 844-462-7342
GOODRICH FORUM 8 – 1209 Forum Katy Parkway 573-445-7469
RAGTAG CINEMA – 10 Hitt Street 573-443-4359
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2018.09.12 04:58 ebon94 [COMPLETE SERIES SPOILERS] Guy Watches ER for the First Time Ever Part 6 (Completed)

Part One
Part Two
Part Three
Part Four
Part Five




Ok I'm done. Will be doing character rankings in the coming week. Thank you all for indulging me on my journey. 4.4/5, would recommend.
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2018.06.18 02:39 hypodermicsally POSE/AHS 8 Live-Tweet Thread [Spoilers Ahead]

Please note that Ryan Murphy has now deleted all of his AHS 8-related tweets and replies.
Cordelia is still the Supreme... for now.
Sarah Paulson will play multiple roles.
Cordelia is in danger from the most evil witch of them all.
Sarah Paulson reveals that Emma Roberts will be reprising her role as Madison Montgomery.
Tonight’s episode of Pose contains an AHS 8 Easter egg.
Evan Peters teases the return of Kyle Spencer.
Omaze has partnered with AHS to reveal the title and plot of AHS 8 to a lucky fan.
Emma Roberts’ opening line in AHS 8 is “Surprise Bitch. Bet you thought you’d seen the last of me.”
Sarah Paulson teases that the first script for AHS 8 is one of the best she’s read to-date.
All witches have been asked back. This could allegedly include, but is not limited to, Jessica Lange, Jamie Brewer, Angela Bassett, Lady Gaga, Grace Gummer, Lily Rabe, Stevie Nicks, Taissa Farmiga, Gabourey Sidibe, Christine Ebersole, Robin Bartlett, and Leslie Jordan, in addition to Sarah Paulson and Emma Roberts
Madison Montgomery vapes. Yeah, it’s whatever.
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2018.06.15 14:24 hedgeskenny870 Watch This: F/X

There's something to be said for B-grade action films working with a larger budget. Used wisely, such a budget allows for on-location shooting, a cast often overqualified for the material and a wider release. Robert Mandel's F/X (1986) serves as a perfect example of a film that, despite a fairly hokey premise, exceeds expectations. Originally submitted as a TV movie, Orion pictures picked up the spec script and saw potential for a theatrical release.
It's also firmly planted in a stretch of the 1980s that embraced low-budget schlock without succumbing to it. It's loaded with fight scenes and shootouts that play out like a screenwriting 101 class, never missing an opportunity to throw in an action beat every 15 pages or so, but it's also so focused on its characters and motivations even the sillier moments seem to fit.
Produced by the late Dodi Fayed, F/X casts Bryan Brown (the only Australian 1980s Americans had heard of that wasn't Paul Hogan) as a master special effects wizard for Z-grade schlock. Some of the character's named previous works are fake, others, like I Dismember Mama, Lucio Fulci's Zombieand a poster for the mutant baby from It's Alive pay the aforementioned tribute to Corman-esque exploitation.
After being approached by a DOJ officer (Cliff DeYoung) to stage the public assassination of a mob informant (Jerry Orbach), Brown reluctantly agrees. However, after the staged shooting turns out to be far too real and DOJ agents attempt to tie up loose ends – including Brown – he finds himself on the run.
The cast is a who's who of 80s character actors. In addition to Brown, a pre-Law and Order Orbach and DeYoung, a silent Tom Noonan (Manhunter, The Monster Squad) stalks Central Park as an assassin and Mason Adams (Lou Grant, Toy Soldiers) plays the head villain. Even Angela Bassett makes her film debut as a news reporter.
But the headliner only shows up at the film's mid-point. Brian Dennehy plays the detective trying to make sense of what appears to be a string of unconnected corpses. Like a lot of B-movies who manage to afford a single major name, Dennehy shows up only intermittently. Until the film's final moments, he's largely on the outskirts of the plot. Without Dennehy selling the role, it could have easily failed. We're often told the character has a testy reputation, but we don't see much evidence of it (save for a single confrontation with another officer). But his swagger, charm and broad-shoulders suggest a sly veteran who's seen everything and doesn't have time for bureaucracy. Often, perhaps due to budgetary reasons, he stays in the office, delegating his partners to carry out the car chases and warrant searches.
But the film delivers what its title promises, as Brown soon finds himself forced to use his F/X skills to foil the villains' plot. And his abilities translate from make-believe to out-and-out murder. Though the effects themselves are sly, there's nothing particularly mind-blowing about them. Like a low-rentMission: Impossible, they're more practical than ingenious – little more than latex masks, electricity and bullet squibs (Ghost Protocol even lifts a more high-tech version of a mirror trick straight out of the film).
There are some minor issues – most significantly, one of the villains is simply left alive in the trunk of a car, never mentioned again. Mandel also brings the same campy-yet-serious tone he brought to 1996's The Substitute, both of which could have benefited from more of the former. Both films also tend to overstay their welcome. At the time, Mandel was known for his off-Broadway work, so he screened famous action sequences from The French Connection and Bullitt to learn his way around the genre. The precise moments he's aping are evident, especially during a car chase where much of it is shot from the perspective of the car's front bumper a la Gene Hackman driving after an el-train in the Friedkin film.
All of this is redeemed by an incredibly unconventional ending – one in which both leads make a morally and ethically questionable decision, particularly since one of them being an officer of the law. Nevertheless, it wraps up in the strangest of ways: a picture credits sequence without any actual credit labels – like a curtain call for off-Broadway players.
F/X was followed by a sequel in 1991 (with its two leads returning and a new director, Richard Franklin) and a short-lived TV series. Unlike the original, F/X 2: The Deadly Art of Illusion gives Dennehy and Brown more screentime together, playing out like a buddy picture. For an 80s action film produced by Princess Diana's boyfriend, it never plays past its own ambitions. In the age of incoherent, 2 1/2 hour Michael Bay opuses, one longs for such efficiency.
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2017.07.30 19:51 unclefishbits I was trying to explain to my friends about the guest stars, and cameos, on Bojack Horseman. There wasn't a complete list, so I made a quick one.

Simpsons may have more guests, but for 3 years it is amazing to pull the like of McCartney, et al. And Martindale is a delight.
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2017.07.30 19:49 unclefishbits I made a simple, updated, alphabetical list of all the guest stars, cameos, etc.

Feel free to add any, subtract, correct, add names of characters, etc. I was looking for one to explain to my friends how wild this show is, but there wasn't one. So thanks to Sunday morning, I did it. Not sure alphabetical is best, but whatever:
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2017.06.10 08:46 tombstoneshadows28 All of the MPAA/CARA-rated films of 2002 (out of the 4,027 films released worldwide that year.)

  1. Grand Champion (Director: Barry Tubb)
  2. Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie (Directors: Mike Nawrocki + Phil Vischer)
  3. Joshua (Director: Jon Purdy)
  4. Jumping For Joy (Director: Timothy J. Nelson)
  5. Little Dreams (Director: Jeff Rigler)
  6. Octave (Director: Shaji N. Karun)
  7. Noro (Director: Radu Gabrea)
  8. Pinocchio (Director: Roberto Benigni)
  9. Pokémon Heroes (Directors: Jim Malone + Kunihiko Yuyama)
  10. Return To Neverland (Directors: Robin Budd + Donovan Cook)
  11. Spirit: Stallion Of The Cimarron (Directors: Kelly Asbury + Lorna Cook)
  12. Tarzan + Jane (Directors: Steve Loter, Lisa Schaffer, Victor Cook + Don MacKinnon)
  13. The Cat Returns (Director: Hiroyuki Morita)
  14. The Country Bears (Director: Peter Hastings)
  15. The Princess + The Pea (Director: Mark Swan)
  16. The Rookie (Director: John Lee Hancock)
  17. The Santa Clause II (Director: Michael Lembeck)
  18. Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (Directors: Gary Katona, Ed Wexler + Jamie Mitchell)
  1. A Walk To Remember (Director: Adam Shankman)
  2. Ali Baba + The Forty Thieves (Director: Usha Ganesarajah)
  3. Asterix + Obelix Meet Cleopatra (Director: Alain Chabat)
  4. Big Fat Liar (Director: Shawn Levy)
  5. Charly (Director: Adam Thomas Anderegg)
  6. Children On Their Birthdays (Director: Mark Medoff)
  7. Clockstoppers (Director: Jonathan Frakes)
  8. Duct Tape Forever (Director: Eric Till)
  9. Evelyn (Director: Bruce Beresford)
  10. Foolish The Wise (Director: Jim Menza)
  11. Handcart (Director: Kels Goodman)
  12. Hansel + Gretel (Director: Gary J. Tunnicliffe)
  13. Harry Potter + The Chamber Of Secrets (Director: Chris Columbus)
  14. Hey Arnold! The Movie (Director: Tuck Tucker)
  15. Hometown Legend (Director: James Anderson)
  16. I Not Stupid (Director: Jack Neo)
  17. Ice Age (Directors: Chris Wedge + Carlos Saldanha)
  18. Inferno (Director: Dusty Nelson)
  19. Lamb To The Slaughter (Director: Nicole Barnette)
  20. Like Mike (Director: John Schultz)
  21. Lilo + Stitch (Directors: Dean DeBlois + Chris Sanders)
  22. Made-Up (Director: Tony Shalhoub)
  23. Manna From Heaven (Directors: Gabrielle Burton + Maria Burton)
  24. Mary + Joe (Director: John R. Hamilton)
  25. My Big Fat Greek Wedding (Director: Joel Zwick)
  26. Mystery At Sam’s (Director: John Comrie)
  27. Nicholas Nickleby (Director: Douglas McGrath)
  28. No Longer My Twin (Director: Robert G. Christie)
  29. O’key (Director: Oleg Fomin)
  30. Only In Hollywood (Director: Michael J. Holland)
  31. Out Of Step (Director: Ryan Little)
  32. Rabbit-Proof Fence (Director: Phillip Noyce)
  33. Saint Monica (Director: Terrance Odette)
  34. Scooby-Doo (Director: Raja Gosnell)
  35. Snow Dogs (Director: Brian Levant)
  36. Spooky House (Director: William Sachs)
  37. Springtime In A Small Town (Director: Zhuangzhuang Tian)
  38. Spy Kids II: Island Of Lost Dreams (Director: Robert Rodriguez)
  39. Star Wars: Episode II: Attack Of The Clones (Director: George Lucas)
  40. Stolen Summer (Director: Pete Jones)
  41. Stuart Little II (Director: Rob Minkoff)
  42. The Angel Doll (Director: Alexander Johnston)
  43. The Calling (Director: Damian Chapa)
  44. The Calling (Director: Michael C. Brown)
  45. The Climb (Director: John Schmidt)
  46. The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course (Director: John Stainton)
  47. The Guys (Director: Jim Simpson)
  48. The Importance Of Being Earnest (Director: Oliver Parker)
  49. The Master Of Disguise (Director: Perry Andelin Blake)
  50. The Powerpuff Girls Movie (Director: Craig McCracken)
  51. The Singles Ward (Director: Kurt Hale)
  52. The Way Home (Director: Jeong-hyang Lee)
  53. The Wild Thornberrys Movie (Directors: Cathy Malkasian + Jeff McGrath)
  54. Thunderpants (Director: Peter Hewitt)
  55. Time Changer (Director: Rich Christiano)
  56. Together With You (Director: Kaige Chen)
  57. Tom + Thomas (Director: Esmé Lammers)
  58. Touching Wild Horses (Director: Eleanor Lindo)
  59. Treasure Planet (Directors: Ron Clements + John Musker)
  60. Tuck Everlasting (Director: Jay Russell)
  61. Two Men Went To War (Director: John Henderson)
  62. Virginia’s Run (Director: Peter Markle)
  63. Warriors Of Virtue II: Return To Tao (Director: Michael Vickerman)
  1. A Time For Dancing (Director: Peter Gilbert)
  2. Abandon (Director: Stephen Gaghan)
  3. About A Boy (Directors: Chris Weitz + Paul Weitz)
  4. Trilogy: Two (Director: Lucas Belvaux)
  5. And Now...Ladies + Gentlemen... (Director: Claude Lelouch)
  6. Antwone Fisher (Director: Denzel Washington)
  7. Anything But Love (Director: Robert Cary)
  8. Austin Powers in “Goldmember” (Director: Jay Roach)
  9. Awara Paagal Deewana (Director: Vikram Bhatt)
  10. Bad Company (Director: Joel Schumacher)
  11. Barbershop (Director: Tim Story)
  12. Bend It Like Beckham (Director: Gurinder Chadha)
  13. Big Trouble (Director: Barry Sonnenfeld)
  14. Blue Crush (Director: John Stockwell)
  15. Bollywood/Hollywood (Director: Deepa Mehta)
  16. Boo! The Movie (Director: Michael Lansu)
  17. Brown Sugar (Director: Rick Famuyiwa)
  18. Callas Forever (Director: Franco Zeffirelli)
  19. Catch Me If You Can (Director: Steven Spielberg)
  20. Cheats (Director: Andrew Gurland)
  21. Chicago (Director: Rob Marshall)
  22. Contagion (Director: John Murlowski)
  23. Crossroads (Director: Tamra Davis)
  24. Dark Water (Director: Hideo Nakata)
  25. Darkness (Director: Jaume Balagueró)
  26. Dead Weight (Directors: Alain Berbérian + Frédéric Forestier)
  27. Die Another Day (Director: Lee Tamahori)
  28. Divine Secrets Of The Ya-Ya Sisterhood (Director: Callie Khouri)
  29. Dragonfly (Director: Tom Shadyac)
  30. Drumline (Director: Charles Stone III)
  31. Eight Crazy Nights (Director: Seth Kearsley)
  32. Eight Legged Freaks (Director: Ellory Elkayem)
  33. Enough (Director: Michael Apted)
  34. Extreme Ops (Director: Christian Duguay)
  35. Fangs (Director: Kelly Sandefur)
  36. Far From Heaven (Director: Todd Haynes)
  37. Far From Home (Director: Zhong Yu)
  38. Fizzy Bizness (Director: Carl Goldstein)
  39. Frank McKlusky, C.I. (Director: Arlene Sanford)
  40. Full Ride (Director: Mark Hoeger)
  41. Half Past Dead (Director: Don Michael Paul)
  42. He Loves Me...He Loves Me Not (Director: Laetitia Colombani)
  43. Heartlands (Director: Damien O’Donnell)
  44. Hero (Director: Yimou Zhang)
  45. High Crimes (Director: Carl Franklin)
  46. Hollywood Ending (Director: Woody Allen)
  47. I Spy (Director: Betty Thomas)
  48. In America (Director: Jim Sheridan)
  49. In Your Face (Director: Tim Tommasino)
  50. In The Wrong Hands (Directors: Chris Johnston + James A. Seale)
  51. John Q (Director: Nick Cassavetes)
  52. Juwanna Mann (Director: Jesse Vaughan)
  53. K-19: The Widowmaker (Director: Kathryn Bigelow)
  54. Kung Pow: Enter The Fist (Director: Steve Oedekerk)
  55. L’amore imperfetto (Director: Giovanni Davide Maderna)
  56. Landspeed (Director: Christian McIntire)
  57. Left Behind II: Tribulation Force (Director: Bill Corcoran)
  58. Life Or Something Like It (Director: Stephen Herek)
  59. Local Boys (Director: Ron Moler)
  60. Lone Star State Of Mind (Director: David Semel)
  61. Maid In Manhattan (Director: Wayne Wang)
  62. Men In Black II (Director: Barry Sonnenfeld)
  63. Mi Amigo (Director: Milton Brown)
  64. Minority Report (Director: Steven Spielberg)
  65. Moonlight Mile (Director: Brad Silberling)
  66. Mr. Deeds (Director: Steven Brill)
  67. My Name Is Tanino (Director: Paolo Virzi)
  68. Nobody’s Life (Director: Eduard Cortés)
  69. Orange County (Director: Jake Kasdan)
  70. Passionada (Director Dan Ireland)
  71. Possession (Director: Neil LaBute)
  72. Real Women Have Curves (Director: Patricia Cardoso)
  73. Reign Of Fire (Director: Rob Bowman)
  74. Respiro (Director: Emanuele Crialese)
  75. Returning Mickey Stern (Director: Michael Prywes)
  76. S1m0ne (Director: Andrew Niccol)
  77. Sam + Janet (Director: Rick Walker)
  78. Serving Sara (Director: Reginald Hudlin)
  79. Shoot Or Be Shot (Director: J. Randall Argue)
  80. Showtime (Director: Tom Dey)
  81. Signs (Director: M. Night Shyamalan)
  82. Silence (The Only Witness) (Director: Tom Whitus)
  83. Slap Her, She’s French! (Director: Melanie Mayron)
  84. Solaris (Director: Steven Soderbergh)
  85. Speakeasy (Director: Brendan Murphy)
  86. Spider-Man (Director: Sam Raimi)
  87. Star Trek: Nemesis (Director: Stuart Baird)
  88. Stealing Harvard (Director: Bruce McCulloch)
  89. Sunshine State (Director: John Sayles)
  90. Sweet Home Alabama (Director: Andy Tennant)
  91. Swimfan (Director: John Polson)
  92. Swimming Upstream (Director: Robert J. Emery)
  93. Terminal Error (Director: John Murlowski)
  94. The 4th Tenor (Director: Harry Basil)
  95. The Adventures Of Pluto Nash (Director: Ron Underwood)
  96. The Bourne Identity (Director: Doug Liman)
  97. The Code Conspiracy (Director: Hank Whetstone)
  98. The Count Of Monte Cristo (Director: Kevin Reynolds)
  99. The Emperor’s Club (Director: Michael Hoffman)
  100. The First $20 Million Is Always The Hardest (Director: Mick Jackson)
  101. The Four Feathers (Director: Shekhar Kapur)
  102. The Hot Chick (Director: Tom Brady)
  103. The Hours (Director: Stephen Daldry)
  104. The Last Place On Earth (Director: James Slocum)
  105. The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers (Director: Peter Jackson)
  106. The Man Without A Past (Director: Aki Kaurismäki)
  107. The Missing Gun (Director: Chuan Lu)
  108. The Mothman Prophecies (Director: Mark Pellington)
  109. The New Guy (Director: Ed Decter)
  110. The Ring (Director: Gore Verbinski)
  111. The Scorpion King (Director: Chuck Russell)
  112. The Sum Of All Fears (Director: Phil Alden Robinson)
  113. The Third Wheel (Director: Jordan Brady)
  114. The Time Machine (Director: Simon Wells)
  115. The Touch (Director: Peter Pau)
  116. The Transporter (Directors: Louis Leterrier + Corey Yuen)
  117. The Truth About Charlie (Director: Jonathan Demme)
  118. The Tuxedo (Director: Kevin Donovan)
  119. They (Director: Robert Harmon)
  120. Two Weeks Notice (Director: Marc Lawrence)
  121. Unconditional Love (Director: P.J. Hogan)
  122. Undercover Brother (Director: Malcolm D. Lee)
  123. Undertaking Betty (Director: Nick Hurran)
  124. Valentin (Director: Alejandro Agresti)
  125. Villa des roses (Director: Frank Van Passel)
  126. Whale Rider (Director: Niki Caro)
  127. Wheelies (Director: Drew Umland)
  128. White Oleander (Director: Peter Kosminsky)
  129. Wicked Game (Director: Koichi Sakamoto + Makoto Yokoyama)
  130. Wicked Spring (Director: Kevin R. Hershberger)
  131. Wounded Hearts (Director: J.D. Hawkins)
  132. Zhou Yu de huo che (Director: Zhou Sun)
  133. xXx (Director: Rob Cohen)
  1. 100 Mile Ride (Director: Bren Huff)
  2. 13 Moons (Director: Alexandre Rockwell)
  3. 13th Child (Directors: Thomas Ashley + Steven Stockage)
  4. 10 Months (Director: Randall Cole)
  5. 2009: Lost Memories (Director: Si-myung Lee)
  6. 24 Hour Party People (Director: Michael Winterbottom)
  7. 25th Hour (Director: Spike Lee)
  8. 28 Days Later... (Director: Danny Boyle)
  9. 29 Palms (Director: Leonardo Ricagni)
  10. 3 Extremes II (Directors: Peter Ho-Sun Chan, Jee-woon Kim + Nonzee Nimibutr)
  11. 40 Days + 40 Nights (Director: Michael Lehmann)
  12. 8 Mile (Director: Curtis Hanson)
  13. 8 Women (Director: François Ozon)
  14. 800 Bullets (Director: Álex de la Iglesia)
  15. 9 Dead Gay Guys (Director: Lab Ky Mo)
  16. A Gentleman’s Game (Director: J. Mills Goodloe)
  17. A Housekeeper (Director: Claude Berri)
  18. A Light In The Darkness (Director: Marshall E. Uzzle)
  19. A Midsummer Night’s Rave (Director: Gil Cates, Jr.)
  20. A Snake Of June (Director: Shin’ya Tsukamoto)
  21. AKA (Director: Duncan Roy)
  22. About Schmidt (Director: Alexander Payne)
  23. Adam + Eve (Director: Izidore K. Musallam)
  24. Adaptation (Director: Spike Jonze)
  25. Three (Director: Lucas Belvaux)
  26. Ali G Indahouse (Director: Mark Mylod)
  27. All About The Benjamins (Director: Kevin Bray)
  28. All Or Nothing (Director: Mike Leigh)
  29. Alone (Director: Phil Claydon)
  30. Amar te duele (Director: Fernando Sariñana)
  31. American Girl (Director: Jordan Brady)
  32. American Gun (Director: Alan Jacobs)
  33. Analyze That (Director: Harold Ramis)
  34. Angel Blade (Director: David Heavener)
  35. Angel Of Death (Director: Pepe Danquart)
  36. Angela (Director: Roberta Torre)
  37. Angels Crest (Director: J. Michael Couto)
  38. Ararat (Director: Atom Egoyan)
  39. Archangel (Director: Sandy Collora)
  40. Ash Wednesday (Director: Edward Burns)
  41. Assassination Tango (Director: Robert Duvall)
  42. Auto Focus (Director: Paul Schrader)
  43. Avenging Angelo (Director: Martyn Burke)
  44. Bad Boy (Director: Victoria Hochberg)
  45. Ballistic: Ecks vs Sever (Director: Wych Kaosayananda)
  46. Bang Bang You’re Dead (Director: Guy Ferland)
  47. Bark! (Director: Kasia Adamik)
  48. Barrio Wars (Director: Paul Wynne)
  49. Beauty Betrayed (Director: John Quinn)
  50. Beeper (Director: Jack Sholder)
  51. Below (Director: David Twohy)
  52. Bending All The Rules (Directors: Morgan Klein + Peter Knight)
  53. Better Luck Tomorrow (Director: Justin Lin)
  54. Between Strangers (Director: Edoardo Ponti)
  55. Big Ain’t Bad (Director: Ray Culpepper)
  56. Big Girls Don’t Cry (Director: Maria von Heland)
  57. Black Mask II: City Of Masks (Director: Hark Tsui)
  58. Black Point (Director: David Mackay)
  59. Blade II (Director: Guillermo del Toro)
  60. Blood Feast II: All U Can Eat (Director: Herschell Gordon Lewis)
  61. Blood Work (Director: Clint Eastwood)
  62. Bloody Crisis (Director: Gerald Barclay)
  63. Bloody Mallory (Director: Julien Magnat)
  64. Bloody Sunday (Director: Paul Greengrass)
  65. Blue Car (Director: Karen Moncrieff)
  66. Boat Trip (Director: Mort Nathan)
  67. Bolivar Is Me (Director: Jorge Ali Triana)
  68. Bomb The System (Director: Adam Bhala Lough)
  69. Broken Wings (Director: Nir Bergman)
  70. Brother’s Keeper (Director: John Badham)
  71. Bubba Ho-Tep (Director: Dan Coscarelli)
  72. Burning Desires (Director: J. Edie Martin)
  73. Buying The Cow (Director: Walt Becker)
  74. Cabin Fever (Director: Eli Roth)
  75. Capone’s Boys (Director: Richard Standeven)
  76. Castle Eros (Director: Madison Monroe)
  77. Changing Lanes (Director: Roger Michell)
  78. Chaos (Director: Geraldine Creed)
  79. Charlotte Sometimes (Director: Eric Byler)
  80. Cheerleader Ninjas (Director: Kevin Campbell)
  81. Cherish (Director: Finn Taylor)
  82. Chopin. Pragnienie milosci (Director: Jerzy Antczak)
  83. Ciao America (Director: Frank Ciota)
  84. City By The Sea (Director: Michael Caton-Jones)
  85. City Of Ghosts (Director: Matt Dillon)
  86. City Of God (Directors: Fernando Meirelles + Kátia Lund)
  87. Civil Brand (Director: Neema Barnette)
  88. Close Enough To Touch (Director: Jamie Scabbert)
  89. Close Your Eyes (Director: Nick Willing)
  90. Coastlines (Director: Victor Nunez)
  91. Collateral Damage (Director: Andrew Davis)
  92. Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind (Director: George Clooney)
  93. Correct Change (Director: Mike Lilly)
  94. Cottonmouth (Director: James Dalthorp)
  95. Cover Story (Director: Eric Weston)
  96. Crazy As Hell (Director: Eriq La Salle)
  97. Crocodile II: Death Swamp (Director: Gary Jones)
  98. Cruel Game (Director: Masashi Nagadoi)
  99. Cube²: Hypercube (Director: Andrzej Sekula)
  100. Curse Of The Forty-Niner (Director: John Carl Beuchler)
  101. Cutting Horse (Director: Larry Clark)
  102. Cypher (Director: Vincenzo Natali)
  103. Dahmer (Director: David Jacobson)
  104. Dark Blue (Director; Ron Shelton)
  105. Dark Heaven (Director: Douglas Schulze)
  106. De la mano de un ángel (Director: David Aponte)
  107. Dead Above Ground (Director: Chuck Bowman)
  108. Dead Heat (Director: Mark Malone)
  109. Dead In The Water (Director: Gustavo Lipsztein)
  110. Deadly Little Secrets (Director: Fiona Mackenzie)
  111. Death To Smoochy (Director: Danny DeVito)
  112. Deathwatch (Director: Michael J. Bassett)
  113. Deep Freeze (Director: John Carl Buechler)
  114. Defiance (Director: Doveed Linder)
  115. Dreamlover (Director: Olivier Assayas)
  116. Derailed (Director: Bob Misiorowski)
  117. Descent Into Darkness (Director: Daniel Knauf)
  118. Desert Saints (Director: Richard Greenberg)
  119. Deuces Wild (Director: Scott Kalvert)
  120. Devious Beings (Director: Chris Mazzei)
  121. Dirty Deeds (Director: David Caesar)
  122. Dirty Pretty Things (Director: Stephen Frears)
  123. Dog Soldiers (Director: Neil Marshall)
  124. Don’t Let Go (Director: Max Myers)
  125. Double Vision (Director: Kuo-Fu Chen)
  126. Dummy (Director: Greg Pritikin)
  127. Edge Of Madness (Director: Anne Wheeler)
  128. El crimen del padre Amaro (director: Carlos Carrera)
  129. Emmett’s Mark (Director: Keith Snyder)
  130. Empire (Director: Franc.Ryes)
  131. Endangered Species (Director: Kevin S. Tenney)
  132. Engine Trouble (Director: Marc Ickx)
  133. Equilibrium (Director: Kurt Wimmer)
  134. Essence Of Echoes (Director: Dustin Rikert)
  135. Eternal Blood (Director: Jorge Olguín)
  136. EvenHand (Director: Joseph Pierson)
  137. Eye See You (D-Tox) (Director: Jim Gillespie)
  138. Fabled (Director: Ari Kirshenbaum)
  139. Face (Director: Bertha Bay-Sa Pan)
  140. Fallen Angels (Director: Ian David Diaz)
  141. Feardotcom (Director: William Malone)
  142. Feedback (Director: Teo Konuralp)
  143. Femme Fatale (Director: Brian De Palma)
  144. Fish Don’t Blink (Director: Chuck DeBus)
  145. Food Of Love (Director: Ventura Pons)
  146. For Da Love Of Money (Director: Pierre Edwards + Mike Williams)
  147. Frida (Director: Julie Taymor)
  148. Friday After Next (Director: Marcus Raboy)
  149. Frogmen Operation Stormbringer (Director: Franklin A. Vallett)
  150. Fubar (Director: Michael Dowse)
  151. Full Frontal (Director: Steven Soderbergh)
  152. G (Director: Christopher Scott Cherot)
  153. Gangs Of New York (Director: Martin Scorsese)
  154. Garage Days (Director: Alex Proyas)
  155. Gerry (Diector: Gus Van Sant)
  156. Ghetto Dawg (Director: Brian Averill)
  157. Ghost Ship (Director: Steve Beck)
  158. GhostWatcher (Director: David A. Cross)
  159. Ginostra (Director: Manuel Pradal)
  160. Girl Fever (100 Women) (Director: Michael Davis)
  161. Global Effect (Director: Terry Cunningham)
  162. Rock My World (Director: Sidney J. Furie)
  163. Hooded Angels (Director: Paul Matthews)
  164. Go For Broke (Director: Jean-Claude La Marre)
  165. God Is On Air (Director: Jordi Mollà)
  166. H (Director: Jong-hyeok Lee)
  167. Halloween: Resurrection (Director: Rick Rosenthal)
  168. Happy Here + Now (Director: Michael Almereyda)
  169. Hard Cash (Director: Predrag Antonijevic)
  170. Hart’s War (Director: Gregory Hoblit)
  171. Heart Of America (Director: Uwe Boll)
  172. Heaven (Director: Tom Tykwer)
  173. High Times Potluck (Director: Alison Thomson)
  174. Highway (Director: James Cox)
  175. Hollywood Vampyr (Director: Steve Akahoshi)
  176. Home Room (Director: Paul F. Ryan)
  177. House Of Fools (Director: Andrey Konchalovskiy)
  178. Hustlas (Director: Gabriel Avina)
  179. I’m With Lucy (Director: Jon Sherman)
  180. Igby Goes Down (Director: Burr Steers)
  181. In This World (Director: Michael Winterbottom)
  182. Infernal Affairs (Directors: Wai-Keung Lau + Alan Mak)
  183. Infested (Director: Josh Olson)
  184. Insomnia (Director: Christopher Nolan)
  185. Interstate 60: Episodes Of The Road (Director: Bob Gale)
  186. Interview With The Assassin (Director: Neil Burger)
  187. Jane White Is Sick + Twisted (Director: David Michael Latt)
  188. Japón (Director: Carlos Reygadas)
  189. Jet Lag (Director: Danièle Thompson)
  190. Ju-on: The Grudge (Director: Takashi Shimizu)
  191. Julie Walking Home (The Healer) (Director: Agnieszka Holland)
  192. Junk (Director: Stephanie Meurer)
  193. Just A Kiss (Director: Fisher Stevens)
  194. Kaante (Director: Sanjay Gupta)
  195. Killing Me Softly (Director: Kaige Chen)
  196. King Rikki (Director: James Gavin Bedford)
  197. Kingston High (Director: Stephen Townsend)
  198. Kiss The Bride (Director: Vanessa Parise)
  199. L’auberge espagnole (Director: Cédric Klapisch)
  200. Lana’s Rain (Director: Michael S. Ojeda)
  201. Las Vegas Warrior (Director: Natasha Baron)
  202. Laurel Canyon (Director: Lisa Cholodenko)
  203. Leather + Iron (Director: James Archer)
  204. Legend Of The Phantom Rider (Director: Alex Erkiletian)
  205. Leo (Director: Mehdi Norowzian)
  206. Liberty Stands Still (Director: Kari Skogland)
  207. Lilya 4-Ever (Director: Lukas Moodysson)
  208. Lone Hero (Director: Ken Sanzel)
  209. Long Time Dead (Director: Marcus Adams)
  210. Love Liza (Director: Todd Louiso)
  211. Love Relations (Directors: Michael Hoffman + Delvin Molden)
  212. Love + A Bullet (Directors: Ben Ramsey + Kantz)
  213. Love In The Time Of Money (Director: Peter Mattei)
  214. (Director: Sherwood Ball)
  215. Makin’ Baby (Director: Paul Wynn)
  216. Making A Killing (Director: Ryan Lee Driscoll)
  217. Malevolent (Director: John Terlesky)
  218. Man On The Train (Director: Patrice Leconte)
  219. Married People, Single Sex: The Return (Director: Chanda Fuller)
  220. Master Of The Game (Director: Jeff Stolhand)
  221. Max (Director: Menno Meyjes)
  222. May (Director: Lucky McKee)
  223. Men With Brooms (Director: Paul Gross)
  224. Merci Dr. Rey! (Director: Andrew Litvack)
  225. Minimal Knowledge (Director: Gregory J. Corrado)
  226. Miranda (Director: Marc Munden)
  227. Mondays In The Sun (Director: Fernando León de Aranoa)
  228. Monkey Love (Director: Mark Stratton)
  229. Morvern Callar (Director: Lynne Ramsay)
  230. Mr. Smith Gets A Hustler (Director: Ian McCrudden)
  231. Mulletville (Director: Tony Leahy)
  232. Murder By Numbers (Director: Barbet Schroeder)
  233. My Little Eye (Director: Marc Evans)
  234. Naked Weapon (Director: Siu-Tung Ching)
  235. Narc (Director: Joe Carnahan)
  236. Never Get Outta The Boat (Director: Paul Quinn)
  237. New Best Friend (Director: Zoe Clarke-Williams)
  238. New Suit (Director: François Velle)
  239. New World (Director: Peter John Ross)
  240. Nightstalker (Director: Chris Fisher)
  241. No Good Deed (Director: Bob Rafelson)
  242. No Manners (Conduct Zero) (Director: Geun-shik Jo)
  243. Novo (Director: Jean-Pierre Limosin)
  244. Now + Forever (Director: Bob Clark)
  245. Now You Know (Director: Jeff Anderson)
  246. On The Edge (Director: Fred Williamson)
  247. One (Director: Lucas Belvaux)
  248. On_Line (Director: Jed Weintrob)
  249. Once Upon A Time In The Midlands (Director: Shane Meadows)
  250. One Hell Of A Christmas (Director: Shaky Gonzalezz)
  251. One Hour Photo (Director: Mark Romanek)
  252. Open Hearts (Director: Susanne Bier)
  253. Outside The Law (Director: Jorge Montesi)
  254. Outta Time (Director: Lorena David)
  255. P.S. Your Cat Is Dead! (Director: Steve Guttenberg)
  256. Paid In Full (Director: Charles Stone III)
  257. Pandora’s Box (Director: Rob Hardy)
  258. Panic (Air Panic) (Director: Bob Misiorowski)
  259. Panic Room (Director: David Fincher)
  260. Paper Soldiers (Directors: David Daniel + Damon Dash)
  261. Partners In Action (Director: Sidney J. Furie)
  262. People I Know (Director: Daniel Algrant)
  263. Personal Velocity (Director: Rebecca Miller)
  264. Phase IV (Director: Bryan Goeres)
  265. Phone (Director: Byeong-ki Ahn)
  266. Phone Booth (Director: Joel Schumacher)
  267. Pipe Dream (Director: John Walsh)
  268. Poolhall Junkies (Director: Mars Callahan)
  269. Pressure (Director: Richard Gale)
  270. Pumpkin (Directors: Anthony Abrams + Adam Larson Broder)
  271. Punch (Director: Guy Bennett)
  272. Punch-Drunk Love (Director: Paul Thomas Anderson)
  273. Punto y aparte (Director: Paco del Toro)
  274. Pure (Director: Gillies MacKinnon)
  275. Purpose (Director: Alan Ari Lazar)
  276. Queen Of The Damned (Director: Michael Rymer)
  277. Quicksand (Director: Sam Firstenberg)
  278. R.I.C.C.O. (Director: Shawn Woodard)
  279. R.S.V.P. (Director: Mark Anthony Galluzzo)
  280. Rachel’s Attic (Director: David Tybor)
  281. Raising Victor Vargas (Director: Peter Sollett)
  282. Reality Check (Director: Rafal Zielinski)
  283. Reckoning (Director: Jason Rodriguez)
  284. Red Dragon (Director: Brett Ratner)
  285. Repli-Kate (Director: Frank Longo)
  286. Resident Evil (Director: Paul W.S. Anderson)
  287. Returner (Director: Takashi Yamazaki)
  288. Revenge Of The Unhappy Campers (Director: Shawnee Mercer)
  289. Steal (Director: Gérard Pirès)
  290. Ripley’s Game (Director: Liliana Cavani)
  291. Ritual (Tales From The Crypt presents) (Director: Avi Nesher)
  292. Road To Perdition (Director: Sam Mendes)
  293. Roger Dodger (Director: Dylan Kidd)
  294. Rollerball (Director: John McTiernan)
  295. Ronnie (Director: Christopher Haifley)
  296. Rub + Tug (Director: Soo Lyu)
  297. Run Ronnie Run (Director: Troy Miller)
  298. Samurai (Director: Giordano Gederlini)
  299. Savage Messiah (Director: Mario Azzopardi)
  300. Savage Roses (Director: James Tucker)
  301. Scorcher (Director: James Seale)
  302. Searching For Paradise (Director: Myra Paci)
  303. Second To Die (Director: Brad Marlowe)
  304. Secret Pleasures (Director: Michael Paul Girard)
  305. Secretary (Director: Steven Shainberg)
  306. Sex Is Comedy (Director: Catherine Breillat)
  307. Sex + The Teenage Mind (Director: Donald L. Gold)
  308. Shattered Lies (Director: Gerry Lively)
  309. Shooters (Directors: Glenn Durfort + Colin Teague)
  310. Shottas (Director: Cess Silvera)
  311. Skins (Director: Chris Eyre)
  312. Slackers (Director: Dewey Nicks)
  313. Slash (Director: Neal Sundstrom)
  314. Snake Island (Director: Wayne Crawford)
  315. Snapshots (Director: Rudolf van den Berg)
  316. So Close (Director: Corey Yuen)
  317. Sonny (Director: Nicholas Cage)
  318. Sorority Boys (Director: Wallace Wolodarsky)
  319. Speck (Director: Keith Walley)
  320. Spider (Director: David Cronenberg)
  321. Spider’s Web (Director: Paul Levine)
  322. Spun (Director: Jonas Åkerlund)
  323. Stark Raving Mad (Directors: Drew Daywalt + David Schneider)
  324. State Property (Director: Abdul Malik Abbott)
  325. Storm Watch (Director: Terry Cunningham)
  326. Strange Hearts (Director: Michelle Gallagher)
  327. Super Sucker (Director: Jeff Daniels)
  328. Survival Island (Directors: David Hillenbrand + Scott Hillenbrand)
  329. Sweet Sixteen (Director: Ken Loach)
  330. Swept Away (Director: Guy Ritchie)
  331. Swindle (Director: K.C. Bascombe)
  332. Sympathy For Mr. Vengeance (Director: Chan-wook Park)
  333. Taboo (Director: Max Makowski)
  334. Talk To Her (Director: Pedro Almodóvar)
  335. Tattoo, A Love Story (Director: Richard W. Bean)
  336. Bundy (Director: Matthew Bright)
  337. Teddy Bears’ Picnic (Director: Harry Shearer)
  338. Teknolust (Director: Lynn Hershman-Leeson)
  339. Ten Tiny Love Stories (Director: Rodrigo Garcia)
  340. The Anarchist Cookbook (Director: Jordan Susman)
  341. The Badge (Director: Robby Henson)
  342. The Banger Sisters (Director: Bob Dolman)
  343. The Barber (Director: Michael Bafaro)
  344. The Black Magic (Director: Marc-Ivan O’Gorman)
  345. The Brooklyn Boys (Director: John Bianco)
  346. The Burial Society (Director: Nicholas Racz)
  347. The Circle (Director: Sidney J. Furie)
  348. The Circuit (Director: Jalal Merhi)
  349. The Coast Guard (Director: Ki-duk Kim)
  350. The Code (Director: Manuel Boursinhac)
  351. The Cuckoo (Director: Aleksandr Rogozhkin)
  352. The Dancer Upstairs (Director: John Malkovich)
  353. The Dangerous Lives Of Altar Boys (Director: Peter Care)
  354. The Escapist (Director: Gillies MacKinnon)
  355. The Eye (Directors: Danny Pang + Oxide Chun Pang)
  356. The Final Curtain(Director: Patrick Harkins)
  357. The Frightening (Director: David DeCoteau)
  358. The Gatekeeper (Director: John Carlos Frey)
  359. The Gathering (Director: Brian Gilbert)
  360. The Good Girl (Director: Miguel Arteta)
  361. The Good Thief (Director: Neil Jordan)
  362. The Good War (Director: Giorgia Serafini)
  363. The Greenskeeper (Directors: Kevin Greene, Adam Johnson+ Tripp Norton)
  364. The Guru (Director: Daisy von Scherler Mayer)
  365. The Hard Word (Director: Scott Roberts)
  366. The Heart Of Me (Director: Thaddeus O’Sullivan)
  367. The House Next Door (Director: Joey Travolta)
  368. The Hungry Woman (Director: Glenn Robert Smith)
  369. The Intended (Director: Kristian Levring)
  370. The M.O. Of M.I. (Director: Susan Turley)
  371. The Magdalene Sisters (Director: Peter Mullan)
  372. The Murder (Director: Greg Rempel)
  373. The Nest (Director: Florent-Emilio Siri)
  374. The Nugget (Director: Bill Bennett)
  375. The Other Brother (Director: Mandel Holland)
  376. The Other Side Of The Bed (Director: Emilio Martinez Lázaro)
  377. The Perfect You (Crazy Little Thing) (Director: Matthew Miller)
  378. The Pianist (Director: Roman Polanski)
  379. The Quiet American (Director: Phillip Noyce)
  380. The Reckoning (Director: Paul McGuigan)
  381. The Red Siren (Director: Olivier Megaton)
  382. The Round + Round (Director: Rod Slane)
  383. The Rules Of Attraction (Director: Roger Avery)
  384. The Salton Sea (Director: D.J. Caruso)
  385. The Scoundrel’s Wife (Director: Glen Pitre)
  386. The Sea Is Watching (Director: Kei Kumai)
  387. The Secret Lives Of Dentists (Director: Alan Rudolph)
  388. The Slaughter Rule (Directors: Alex Smith + Andrew J. Smith)
  389. The Source (Director: Steve Taylor)
  390. The Stickup (Director: Rowdy Harrington)
  391. The Streetsweeper (Director: James Hill)
  392. The Sweetest Thing (Director: Roger Kumble)
  393. The Third Society (Director: J.A. Steel)
  394. The Trip (Director: Miles Swain)
  395. The Wisher (Director: Gavin Wilding)
  396. The Year That Trembled (Director: Jay Craven)
  397. Threat Of Exposure (Director: Tom Whitus)
  398. Three Days Of Rain (Director: Michael Meredith)
  399. Till Human Voices Wake Us (Director: Michael Petroni)
  400. Trance (Director: Gary Dean Orona)
  401. Trapped (Director: Luis Mandoki)
  402. Triggermen (Director: John Bradshaw)
  403. Trojan Warrior (Director: Salik Silverstein)
  404. Try Seventeen (Director: Jeffrey Porter)
  405. Turnaround (Director: Jeffrey W. Byrd)
  406. Twin Sisters (Director: Ben Sombogaart)
  407. Unborn But Forgotten (Director: Chang-jae Lim)
  408. Undisputed (Director: Walter Hill)
  409. Unfaithful (Director: Adrian Lyne)
  410. Unspeakable (Director: Thomas J. Wright)
  411. Until Death (Director: Charles Buchanan)
  412. Vampire Clan (Director: John Webb)
  413. Vampires: Los Muertos (Director: Tommy Lee Wallace)
  414. Van Wilder (Van Wilder: Party Liaison) (National Lampoon’s “Van Wilder”) (Director: Walt Becker)
  415. Vatos (Director: Paul Wynne)
  416. WXIII: Patlabor the Movie 3 (Directors: Takuji Endo + Fumihiko Takayama
  417. Waking Up In Reno (Director: Jordan Brady)
  418. War (Director: Aleksey Balabanov)
  419. Warrior (Director: Will Harper)
  420. Warrior Angels (Director: Byron W. Thompson)
  421. Washington Heights (Director: Alfredo Rodriguez de Villa)
  422. We Were Soldiers (Director: Randall Wallace)
  423. Welcome To Collinwood (Directors: Anthony Russo + Joe Russo)
  424. West Of Here (Director: Peter Masterson)
  425. Whacked! (Director: James Bruce)
  426. White Boy (Director: John Marino)
  427. Wilbur Wants To Kill Himself (Director: Lone Scherfig)
  428. Windtalkers (Director: John Woo)
  429. WiseGirls (Director: David Anspaugh)
  430. Wishcraft (Directors: Danny Graves + Richard Wenk)
  431. Wolves Of Wall Street (Director: David DeCoteau)
  432. Wrong Number (Director: Richard Middleton)
  433. XX/XY (Director: Austin Chick)
  434. Yesterday (Director: Yun-su Chong)
  435. Yossi + Jagger (Director: Eytan Fox)
  436. You Got Nothin’ (Director: Philip Angelotti)
  437. Zig Zag (Director: David S. Goyer)
  1. In Our Garden (Director: Giuseppe Andrews)
  2. The Story Of O: Untold Pleasures (Director: Phil Leirness)
  3. Thirteen Chimes (13 Curses) (Director: Xavier Villaverde)
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2017.04.12 23:49 NightHowler253 Every Upcoming Marvel Cinematic Project Under Development.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is the hottest pop culture phenomenon on the planet. Since 2008, the franchise has seen 14 films gross a massive $10.9 billion at the worldwide box office, to say nothing of the impressive success of Marvel’s television wing, which has launched hit shows like Daredevil and Agents of SHIELD.

The future is looking bright for the MCU, with nine upcoming films scheduled for release, from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, all the way through Spider-Man: Homecoming 2. Marvel also has three untitled films scheduled for 2020, which may include a Doctor Strange or Black Panther sequel, or an unexpected new franchise. Moon Knight or Squirrel Girl, anyone?

Marvel TV is also firing on all cylinders. Despite Iron Fist’s less-than-stellar critical reception, Danny Rand is still set to return for The Defenders, which will unite all of Marvel’s New York City-based Netflix heroes – from Daredevil to Luke Cage. The Punisher doesn’t play well with others, so he will get his very own series. That’s just scratching the surface of Marvel’s TV plans, which also extend to the Freeform channel and beyond.

It’s easy to lose track of what’s on the docket at Marvel Studios, so stay in the know with Screen Rant’s guide to Every MCU Project In Development, and check out similar stories on Fox’s X-Men universe and Warner Brothers’ DCEU.


The next entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is the sequel to 2014’s surprise hit, Guardians of the Galaxy. Vol 2, as it is called, will continue the adventures of Star-Lord and company, as they embark on a quest to… Do something. Marvel has been surprisingly tight-lipped with the actual details of the sci-fi sequel, relying instead on good-will from the first movie and the promise of more fun antics with the colorful cast of characters (especially Baby Groot!), in order to not spoil the myriad revelations the film surely has in store for viewers.

That being said, Marvel has revealed lots of information in trailers and interviews. One trailer revealed that Kurt Russell’s character, Ego the Living Planet, is actually the father of Star-Lord, a.k.a. Peter Quill (Chris Pratt). What role he will play in the story, however, is a mystery. Another big scoop, revealed by writedirector James Gunn, is that none other than Sylvester Stallone will be playing a “small, but pivotal” role in the film, but he stopped short of announcing the name of Stallone’s character.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 will include pretty much the entire (surviving) cast of the original Guardians, along with previously-mentioned additions like Stallone and Russell, and new characters like Mantis (played by Pom Klementieff), Taserface (Chris Sullivan), and Ayesha (Elizabeth Debicki).

The sequel will begin several months after the first movie, and is the first MCU film to be shot with the new Red Weapon 8K camera, which will widen the color palette of the MCU. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 comes out on May 5, so MCU fanatics won’t have to wait long to see what’s in store for Rocket Raccoon, Gamora, Yondu, and the rest of the crew.


Following Guardians Vol. 2 in May, July will see one of the most high-profile franchise reboots ever with Spider-Man: Homecoming. The original Sam Raimi Spider-Man films are among the most beloved superhero movies ever made (OK, maybe not the third one), and when the franchise was first rebooted in 2012, audience reaction was ambivalent, and the critical drubbing of 2014’s Amazing Spider-Man 2 was enough to kill the franchise.

Last year, a re-rebooted Peter Parker, played by Tom Holland, popped up in Captain America: Civil War, and the world fell in love with the friendly-neighborhood web-head all over again. Now, Spider-Man is back in a solo film, set within the playground of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Directed by Jon Watts (Cop Car, Clown), Spider-Man: Homecoming will see Peter struggling with the responsibilities of being a masked crime-fighter and a high school student. Spidey will be mentored by none other than Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) and coming into conflict with The Vulture (Michael Keaton), who is described as a dark foil to Iron Man. The film will also feature The Tinkerer and Shocker; it’s expected that Tinkerer will be an associate of The Vulture, while Shocker might be the muscle, or he may be an additional, incidental villain for Spidey to fight.

Despite being set in New York City and taking on less of a “world-ending” tone compared to the larger Avengers films, Homecoming is not expected to feature cameos from the heroes of Marvel’s Netflix series, like Jessica Jones or Daredevil. However, Homecoming is already confirmed to have a Captain America cameo, so maybe there will be some other surprises in store when the reboot/spin-off hits theaters on July 7.


After conquering the silver screen and enjoying success on ABC, the Marvel Cinematic Universe made the jump to Netflix. The streaming giant hosted MCU versions of street-level heroes Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and the recently-released Iron Fist. Like The Avengers before them, these New York-based heroes will come together to fight a threat to the city in a Netflix miniseries event.

The Defenders is currently scheduled to be released on August 18th 2017. In addition to the main heroes of the four Netflix shows, the miniseries will feature much of their supporting casts, including Carrie-Ann Moss as Jeri Hogarth, Elden Henson as Foggy Nelson, Scott Glenn as Stick, and Rosario Dawson as Claire Temple.

While it is yet unknown exactly what will unite The Defenders to protect New York, the villain of the series will be played by Sigourney Weaver (Alien, Ghostbusters). Her character is called “Alexandra,” though whether she is an original creation or an adaptation of a comic book figure is unclear, and the truth will likely not be revealed until the series hits Netflix this summer.


The Mutant-esque members of the Inhuman race have been part of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD since its second season, and it was originally expected that they would transition to the big screen in an Inhumans film, which had been dated for 2020. However, that film was eventually taken off the schedule, and the future of beloved characters like Black Bolt and Maximus was in doubt.

In November 2016, it was revealed that Inhumans was not dead, but would instead find life as a television series, produced by Marvel Studios with IMAX as a partner. The first two episodes are shot entirely with IMAX cameras and will debut in IMAX theaters across the country before premiering on ABC. Inhumans will be an eight-episode miniseries, and Scott Buck (Iron Fist) will serve as showrunner.

Anson Mount (Hell on Wheels) will star as Black Bolt, an Inhuman who is functionally mute, as the sound of his voice is powerful enough to generate shockwaves which can devastate landscapes and destroy cities. Meanwhile, Iwan Rheon (Game of Thrones) will play Maximus, the Loki to Black Bolt’s Thor. Ken Leung, Serinda Swan, Isabelle Cornish, and Ellen Woglom round out the cast of the sci-fi fantasy series.

Inhumans will debut in IMAX theaters on September 1, 2017, before airing on ABC starting on September 26.


Asgard’s God of Thunder is returning for another adventure, and he’s bringing a friend: The Incredible Hulk. This outer-space set entry in the MCU is taking Thor out of the safety zone of Asgard and into more Guardians of the Galaxy-inspired territory, anchored by a dazzling aesthetic which reads as a cross between 1980s sci-fi and Masters of the Universe.

Director Taika Waititi cut his teeth on unusual comedies which brought laughs and tenderness in equal measure, even in the unlikeliest of scenarios. To see Waititi’s potential to deliver a blockbuster like no other, see the hilarious and surprisingly heartfelt vampire mockumentary, What We Do in the Shadows. Waititi also directed the adorable Team Thor shorts which gave Asgard’s greatest champion a roommate… In New Zealand.

Ragnarok will see Thor stripped of his hammer, Mjolnir, and exiled to planet Sakaar, where he must fight in gladiatorial combat against The Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) in order to escape in time to stop the destruction of Asgard. Tessa Thompson (Creed) and Karl Urban (Star Trek, Dredd) are co-starring as Asgardian warriors. While Loki (Tom Hiddleston) is set to appear in the Marvel threequel, the main villain of the piece is Cate Blanchett as Hela, the goddess of death and the underworld, who escapes from imprisonment with a thirst for vengeance against Asgard. Finally, Jeff Goldblum will appear as the Grandmaster, the hedonistic ruler of Sakaar and host of the gladiator games.

Thor: Ragnarok homes to build off of Guardians of the Galaxy’s visual language while rebuilding the identity of its title character. Will it succeed? Audiences can judge for themselves when the film releases on November 3, 2017.


Frank Castle a.k.a. The Punisher is not expected to make any appearances in The Defenders, but fans of the character won’t have to wait long to see who he’s gunning for next, since The Punisher is becoming a Netflix original series, under the leadership of showrunner Steve Lightfoot (Hannibal).

Jon Bernthal earned critical praise for his take on New York City’s most violent vigilante in Daredevil season 2, and now he’s getting his own show where he can dispense his brutal brand of justice as the leading man. The new series will pick up where his character left off in Daredevil, on his way towards becoming a full-time vigilante. He’s not looking to save the city, or his soul; he’s looking to kill criminals, the scum of the Earth who deserve nothing more than a bullet to the head.

Deborah Ann Woll will reprise her role as Karen Page from Daredevil, though the extent of her role in The Punisher is unclear. Like his Daredevil episodes, Marvel’s Punisher show will likely take inspiration from the greater Marvel universe, as well as the Garth Ennis-penned MAX series. Paul Schulze (24, Rambo) will play duplicitous CIA agent Rawlins, an Ennis-created character, while Jason R. Moore has been cast as Curtis Hoyle and Ebon Moss-Bachrach will co-star as Castle’s analyst sidekick Microchip, two characters who go back to the 1980s comics.

One of the biggest casting coups was the announcement of Ben Barnes (Westworld) as Billy Russo, AKA Jigsaw. It’s unknown if he will be Jigsaw from the start, or if he will actually undergo his horrific transformation into the mutilated mobster within the show’s debut season.


To state the obvious: it’s about time.

Black Panther is the first black-led superhero film in modern times, and it’s hard to believe that it’s taken this long for one of Marvel’s most popular characters to finally get his due. But at least it’s actually happening, and Marvel has assembled an incredible team to bring the world of Wakanda to life. The film is being directed by Ryan Coogler, one of the hottest directors on the scene right now. After breaking out on the scene with Fruitvale Station, Coogler shot straight to the A-list with 2015’s Creed, a franchise revival which stood on its own two feet while simultaneously honoring what had come before.

The film will star Chadwick Boseman as T’Challa of Wakanda, better known as Black Panther, sworn protector of his people. The actor is reprising his role from Captain America: Civil War, and is also expected to appear in Avengers: Infinity War, as well as the inevitable Black Panther sequels. Ryan Coogler’s frequent collaborator, Michael B. Jordan, will be co-starring as Erik Killmonger; exiled from Wakanda years ago, he returns to challenge T’Challa for control of their home. The rest of the cast includes Danai Gurira (The Walking Dead), Lupita Nyong’o (12 Years A Slave), Forest Whitaker (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), and Angela Bassett (Chi-Raq), who is playing T’Challa’s mother.

Returning MCU figures include Martin Freeman as Everett Ross (from Civil War) and Andy Serkis as Ulysses Klaue (from Avengers: Age of Ultron). Interestingly, despite his character’s death in Civil War, John Kani is returning as T’Chaka, suggesting that Black Panther will feature flashbacks to earlier points in T’Challa’s life.

Black Panther currently has a release date of February 16, 2018.


Originally announced as Infinity War – Part 1, the third Avengers movie is still being shot back-to-back with its sequel, though the two films are not a two-part story. Avengers 4 remains untitled, and the “Part 1” subtitle has been dropped from Avengers 3. Both films are directed by Joe and Anthony Russo, the team behind The Winter Soldier and Civil War.

Infinity War will feature the largest cast of any Marvel film yet, even dwarfing the gargantuan lineup of Captain America: Civil War. Pretty much all of that film’s characters are expected to appear, as well as the Guardians of the Galaxy, Thor, Hulk, and, of course, Thanos. Kevin Feige has suggested that Thanos is the true main character of Infinity War, that the film will follow his quest for power while The Avengers are still reeling from the events of Civil War.

In terms of massive blockbuster motion picture events, Infinity War is almost guaranteed to be the biggest film of 2018; nothing can top it, except maybe its own sequel, but we’ll get to Avengers 4 in just a bit. For more on Infinity War, read up on Screen Rant’s comprehensive collection of every update on the super-sized superhero movie.

Avengers: Infinity War will release on May 4, 2018.


The Wasp Prime in Ant Man Every Marvel Cinematic Universe Project Currently In Development

In 2015, Ant-Man came out just two months after Avengers: Age of Ultron, but still managed to eke out an impressive $519 million worldwide, despite its highly-publicized behind-the-scenes troubles and lesser-known superhero protagonist. Praise was heaped upon the movie’s visual style, punchy comedy, and the acting of Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lily, and Michael Douglas as the three leads.

The post-Avengers window worked wonders for the first Ant-Man, so the sequel, Ant-Man and the Wasp, will be released in a comparable frame, two months after Avengers: Infinity War, right in the middle of the Summer blockbuster season. Ant-Man director Peyton Reed entered the original film fairly late in the development process, so the sequel is his chance to develop an Ant-Man story from the ground up, to truly put his stamp on the character.

After being teased in the post-credits scene of the first movie, Ant-Man and the Wasp, as indicated by its title, will feature Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lily) suiting up as the Wasp, a superhero with the same shrinking power as her male counterpart, but also the awesome addition of flight… Like a wasp. Michael Douglas and Michael Peña will also reprise their roles in the sequel, which will find Scott Lang as a fugitive on the run after the events of Captain America: Civil War. So much for getting to spend time with his daughter, right?

Ant-Man and the Wasp is due to release on July 6, 2018.


While Marvel television has so far been exclusive to ABC and Netflix, that is about to change with Cloak & Dagger, which will air on the Freeform network, formerly known as ABC Family. The series will be set within the MCU, and it will follow the two titular teenagers as they discover their powers while maneuvering through their blossoming romance.

Cloak can create portals to the darkforce dimension and draw upon its power. He will be played by Aubrey Joseph (The Night Of). Meanwhile, Dagger, played by Olivia Holt (Disney XD’s Kickin’ It), has the ability to generate psionically-charged knives which she can use to literally drain the life force from her enemies. Andrea Roth, James Saito, and Gloria Reuben also star in the “Romeo & Juliet with superpowers” action/adventure/teen romance series.

Cloak & Dagger is currently expected to debut on Freeform in 2018.


Like how T’Challa made his debut in Captain America: Civil War before starring in his own upcoming solo film, Carol Danvers, AKA Captain Marvel, will debut in Avengers: Infinity War before headlining her own adventure in 2019. Brie Larson has already been cast as Marvel’s other Captain, though the production of Infinity War is so tightly guarded that no images of Larson on set, let alone in costume, have been revealed. It’s possible that Carol Danvers will not be a superhero at all when she first appears in Infinity War, and that she’ll get superpowers at some point during that film, perhaps becoming something of a modern-day version of Captain America.

Meg LeFauve (Inside Out, The Good Dinosaur) and Nicole Perlman (Guardians of the Galaxy, the upcoming Detective Pikachu) are the current screenwriters assigned to the Captain Marvel project, though no director or additional casting has been announced yet. It might be a little while yet before Marvel fanatics get any more juicy tidbits on the film, which currently has a far-off release date of March 8, 2019.


The MCU may never end, not as long as fans keep on paying good money to keep Marvel Studios afloat, but things will be different after Avengers 4. It’s the final film in Marvel’s Phase 3, and is being touted as the culmination of everything they’ve been building towards since the first Iron Man way back in 2008.

Avengers 4 is just a working title, of course; the film was originally known as Avengers: Infinity War – Part 2, but it was changed by virtue of the fact that the two films aren’t direct sequels, according to Marvel Studios. The films are being shot back-to-back, however, and the budget of the two upcoming Avengers titles is rumored to be as insanely high as one billion dollars, which would make them probably the most expensive cinematic productions of all time.

Presumably, Avengers 4 will be the site of the final showdown between Earth’s Mightiest Heroes and Thanos the Mad Titan. But will it be the end of fan-favorite characters like Iron Man and Captain America? It’s too early to guess, and Marvel certainly isn’t telling. Audiences will just have to wait until May 3, 2019 to see how it all ends… And how it all begins; two months later, Peter Parker will swing back onto the scene with the sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming.


The fact that Spider-Man is appearing in the MCU is the result of down-to-the-wire negotiations between Sony and Marvel. Sony had been planning to use 2014’s Amazing Spider-Man as a springboard into additional sequels, as well as movies following the Sinister Six, Venom. However, after ASM2‘s relative under-performance ($708 million worldwide, while Sony was expecting at least one billion), the looming cost of a Spider-Man cinematic universe just wasn’t looking to be worth the effort; eventually, Sony struck a deal with Marvel, leading to Spidey’s appearance in Civil War and the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming. Tom Holland’s take on the masked webslinger will also appear in Avengers: Infinity War, but what’s in store for the character after that?

A sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming is currently scheduled to hit theaters on July 5, 2019, in the shadow of Avengers 4, but plot details are being kept under wraps, if they even yet exist at this early stage of pre-development. However, the early buzz is that the films will follow the Harry Potter formula, tracking Peter Parker as he progresses through his high school career.

One wrinkle in that plan is the possibility that Sony reclaims Spider-Man and doesn’t allow him back into the MCU; the Sony/Marvel deal expires with Homecoming 2, and it may have to be renegotiated to ensure a steady flow of MCU-set sequels; after all, Sony’s planned Venom spin-off is not currently expected to be part of the MCU, so what will happen if the script for that film calls for an appearance from the friendly-neighborhood Spider-Man?. Will Sony create its own version of Spider-Man to co-exist alongside the MCU’s version? This developing story has potential to get really confusing before it ends.


The wildcard on Marvel’s television radar is Damage Control. Originally announced in 2015 as a comedy series with a blue-collar perspective on the super-powered antics of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the series was to follow the employees of Damage Control, a clean-up crew who take care of the property destruction and other messes which inevitably result from a superhero battle.

Since that announcement two years ago, however, Damage Control has gone silent, and NBC’s similarly-themed Powerless picked up the slack and filled the same “superhero sitcom” niche.

Still, it might not be over for Damage Control; Spider-Man: Homecoming will feature the unit as a team assembled by Tony Stark, and they will come into conflict with Adrian Toomes, a.k.a. The Vulture, who also runs a salvage operation. Perhaps Vulture’s company will be put out of business by Tony Stark’s well-oiled machine, leading him to embark on a quest of revenge?

Perhaps Damage Control was cancelled when it was folded into Spider-Man, but maybe the series will get a second chance as something of a backdoor pilot within Homecoming. More information will surely come to light as Spider-Man’s July release date approaches.


One of the MCU’s most adorable characters is Doreen Green, a.k.a. Squirrel Girl, the super-powered teenager with squirrel-like features (including a fluffy tail!) and the ability to communicate with the woodland critters. Her unrelenting positivity is the key to her endearing popularity, and fans have been eagerly-anticipating her inevitable inclusion into Marvel’s cinematic universe.

At long last, they’re getting their wish with New Warriors, the second MCU television series in development for the Freeform network, which will also host the upcoming Cloak & Dagger. New Warriors has been in development since 2016, and the network just gave the show a ten-episode order, ensuring the series will arrive sooner, rather than later.

Like Cloak & Dagger, New Warriors will target the YA demographic of the Freeform network, and focus on the lighthearted adventures of the New Warriors, with a firm focus on the plucky Squirrel Girl, as well as five other members of the team. Over the years, the roster has included an eclectic mix of characters, including Sun Girl, Speedball, Namorita, and Slapstick. It’s currently unknown if any of these characters will appear in the series or what directions the story might take, but New Warriors is definitely one to watch.


Marvel Studios was working on a feature film of The Runaways way back in 2008, the year the first Iron Man hit theaters. Ultimately, the film was shelved, but the property is being revived as a television series; after conquering Netflix, Marvel is developing its first original series for Hulu.

Runaways follows a group of teenagers who take on a group of supervillains called The Pride. The catch? The middle-aged couples who comprise The Pride are all parents of the Runaways. If done right, the Hulu series has the potential to be a brand new take on the coming-of-age superhero story. The showrunners have a lot of experience in the teen drama genre: Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage made their bones on beloved teen shows Gossip Girl and The O.C.

It’s not 100% clear if Runaways will be part of the MCU or a stand-alone series. Marvel has been strangely silent on the show’s place within their cinematic canon, even when the pilot episode wrapped production in March. The show has yet to be greenlit for a full series order, but it’s reasonable to expect an announcement soon.


John Ridley Marvel Every Marvel Cinematic Universe Project Currently In Development

In 2015, it was announced that John Ridley was developing a television series based on Marvel Comics for the ABC network. While the writer is most famous for writing the slavery drama 12 Years a Slave, he has plenty of experience in superhero television, having been a writer for animated DC-based projects Static Shock and Justice League.

It’s unclear which character or team Ridley is working on bringing to the small screen, but he seems enthusiastic about the prospect of telling a new story within the established status quo of Marvel’s masked heroes. Of course, the reason Ridley’s taken so long developing his top-secret Marvel project is that he’s one of the most in-demand television auteurs right now; American Crime is currently airing its third season, and his latest show, Guerilla, premieres on Showtime on April 16. Ridley won’t release details on his Marvel show until it’s ready, but, given his track record, it will almost certainly be worth the wait.

Which MCU film are you most excited for? Will Marvel Netflix ever crossover with the big-screen movies? Can we finally get a Moon Knight project off the ground? Sound off in the comments!

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2016.08.02 19:33 theahsfan American Horror Story: Museum

After a family tragedy, the wealthy Ellen Hughes (Connie Britton) and her outcast son, Noah (Evan Peters) travel across the country from Los Angeles to Massachusetts in order to start afresh; in a bid to appease her son's darker tastes, Ellen invests in a new project- The Morbidity Museum of Masscachusetts. A building renowned for its darkness, the museum was once used as an overflow hospital in the fourties, running in the family of the nefarious Carolyn Quartz (Jessica Lange); in her heyday, an actress- now, she is bound to her hometown in order to support her alcoholic daughter Kate (Sarah Paulson), who imbibes the darkness of the museum. Housing more than two hundered 'ungodly' exhibits, as seen through the eyes of the town's Mayor John Kidwell (Danny Huston) and his dying wife Elanora (Kathy Bates), the foul and morbid contents of the museum entail murder weapons used throughout the ages, cursed artifcats from throughout time, Freak exhbits and torture devices; the latest exhbibit and attraction, as taken on by the ambitious Gloria Cromwell (Angela Bassett), entails a tour through the recently unearthed catacombs running under the city- and also seemingly a good place for Carolyn to hide the bodies of her 'buisness partners', when locking them away in Sarcophogi is not an option. Working alongisde old Hollywood friend Elijah (Denis O'Hare), Carolyn doesn't just make her living through the curation of the exhibts, but through the illegal drug market. As the body count rises, supernatural forces are drawn to the museum, one of them posing as the mysterious Laurel (Lady Gaga), in an attempt to seduce the dark soul of Noah. 'American Horror Story: Museum' airs this October on FX, and please do not touch the exhibits.
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2016.06.02 23:30 theahsfan Why I think a museum setting would be cool..

Today I went to a really quite creepy museum and I just thought it'd be the perfect setting for the next/future season. I've posted about this a few times but just imagine a season taking place inside a dark, shady, macabre museum with instruments of torture and the weapons of famous serial killers on show. Run by Jessica Lange's curator who has a habit of murdering her enemies and sealing them in sarcophagi and Sarah Paulson as the tour guide, with Connie Britton as the new owner of the establishment and Evan Peters as her son who seems way to engrossed in the exhibits. The museum could also be built on top of an ancient catacomb or something which is being opened as the big new exhibit- which suits the nefarious needs of the curator who hides the bones of her victims down there so nothing is suspected. Lady Gaga would play the drug addicted, mentally ill daughter of Jessica's character who runs the cult consisting of the curator, tour guide, security guard played by Dylan McDermott, a regular visitor to the museum played by Denis O'Hare and the town Mayoress played by Kathy Bates. They would end up sacrificing the daughter of Angela Bassett's character who lives nearby the museum, who vows to burn the place to the ground even if it's the last thing she does. She ends up partnering with Frances Conroy's character who is desperate to buy the museum, but when turned away becomes intent on destroying the place.
So yeah, this season would have huge potential in my opinion!
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2016.02.06 15:31 Reidmill How do you think Bernie will fare in Nevada and South Carolina?

I'm growing increasingly worried about Bernie's prospects in the South and other states with large minority voting blocks like Nevada.
Perhaps my concerns are being exacerbated by the constant media spin concerning Hillary's "Southern firewall," but this talking point exists for a reason. Polling data clearly shows that Clinton has a sizable advantage when it comes to minority voting blocks. It's quite sobering, really...
Let's take a look at the next state in our line-up, Nevada:
According to RCP's polling average, Bernie is behind by 19.5 points. Now I'll admit, nearly all of the polling done in Nevada, so far, has been done by Gravis Marketing. Gravis has a reputation for being a notoriously bad pollster, but there is a CNN/ORC poll (A- rating from 538) that shows Bernie 16 points behind.
Not insurmountable, but certainly troubling for our old friend Bernie.
On to our most difficult state, South Carolina:
According to the RCP aggregate Hillary has a 29.5 lead over Sanders. Holy shit people, that's freaking HUGE! I don't believe we're going to win here, but we need to bring that advantage down to low single digits fast.
According to a recent CBS/YouGov poll Bernie only has support among 22% of African American Democrats.
Hillary has, 76% support...
Whats even more troubling is that the Clinton campaign is dispatching 170 African American women leaders to campaign for her in South Carolina. Here's a sobering list of the women she is dispatching to the important primary state:
· Shelvy Abrams, Chair, United Federation of Teachers Paraprofessional Chapter (NY)
· Congresswoman Alma Adams, North Carolina
· Uzo Aduba, Actress
· State Representative Raumesh Akbari, Tennessee
· Mary Armstrong, President, AFT, St. Louis
· Tichina Arnold, Actress
· Diane Babineaux, General Vice President, International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers
· Congresswoman Karen Bass, California
· Angela Bassett, Actress
· Congresswoman Joyce Beatty, Ohio
· Denise Berkley, Statewide Secretary of CSEA
· Rev. Traci Blackmon
· State Senator Margie Bright Matthews, South Carolina
· Mayor Muriel Bowser, Washington DC
· Congresswoman Corrine Brown, Florida
· Mayor Aja Brown, Compton, California
· Shryll Brown, Fairfield Clerk to Council, South Carolina
· Councilwoman Jeanie Brown-Burrows, Williamsburg County, South Carolina
· Rev. Dr. Jo Ann Browning
· Gizelle Bryant, Reality TV Star
· Ursula Burns, CEO, Xerox
· Laphonza Butler, President, SEIU Local 2015
· Cynthia Butler-McIntyre, Former President, Delta Sigma Theta Inc.
· Valiesha Butterfield-Jones, Political Strategist, Founder of WEEN
· Yolanda Caraway, President and CEO, The Caraway Group, Inc.
· Gwen Carr, Mother of Eric Garner
· State Senator Karen Carter Peterson, Louisiana
· Asha Castleberry, Iraq war veteran
· Katie Catalon, President of National Beauty Culturists' League, Inc.
· Councilwoman Edith Childs, Greenwood County, South Carolina
· Karen Civil, Social Media Influencer
· Councilwoman Barbara B Clark, Jasper County, South Carolina
· Congresswoman Yvette Clarke, New York
· Retired Brigadier General Julia Cleckley
· Verna Cleveland, Atlanta Olive Oil Company
· Dr. Lady June Cole, President, Allen University
· Elder Rosalyn Coleman, South Carolina
· Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman, New Jersey
· Elsa Collins, Consultant
· Councilwoman Janie Cooper-Smith, Orangeburg County, South Carolina
· Rev. Dr. Karen Smith Daughtry
· Councilwoman Tameika Isaac Devine, Columbia City, South Carolina
· Councilwoman Joyce Dickerson, Richland County, South Carolina
· Councilwoman Gail Diggs, Aiken City, South Carolina
· State Representative Chandra Dillard, South Carolina
· Councilwoman Juile-Ann Dixon, Richland County, South Carolina
· Councilwoman Angela Douglas, Chester City, South Carolina
· Hazel Dukes, Past President of the NAACP
· Congresswoman Donna Edwards, Maryland
· Monica Elkins-Johnson, Richland County School Board Member, South Carolina
· Marietta English, President, AFT Maryland
· Leecia Eve, Vice President, New Jersey, New York and Connecticut regions, Verizon
· Rev. Dr. Elaine Flake
· Councilwoman Lillian Flemming, Greenville City, South Carolina
· Councilwoman Gracie Floyd, Anderson County, South Carolina
· Vivica Fox, Actress
· Former Mayor Shirley Franklin, Atlanta, Georgia
· Congresswoman Marcia Fudge, Ohio
· Sybrina Fulton, Mother of Trayvon Martin
· Councilwoman Lottie Gibson, Greenville County, South Carolina
· Dr. Glenda Baskin Glover, President, Tennessee State University
· Alice Goff, President, AFSCME COUNCIL 36
· Mayor Jacqueline Goodall, Forest Heights, Maryland
· Councilwoman Pamela Goynes-Brown, Las Vegas, Nevada
· Mayor Miriam Green, Town of Awendaw, South Carolina
· Councilwoman Mary Guy, Chester County, South Carolina
· Rev. Dr. Cynthia Hale, Decatur, Georgia
· State Representative Laura Hall, Alabama
· Bernadette Hampton, The SCEA President
· State Senator Thelma, Harper, Tennessee
· Retired Navy Captain Gail Harris
· Felicia Henderson, Producer, WriteDirector
· Betty Henderson, Orangeburg County Democratic Party Chair, South Carolina
· State Representative Patricia Henegan, South Carolina
· Alexis Herman, Former Secretary of Labor
· Janet Hill, Hill Family Advisors
· Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton, Washington DC
· Mayor Barbara Hopkins, Sellers, South Carolina
· Alice Huffman, Board Member, NAACP
· Cathy Hughes, Founder, TV ONE Radio ONE
· Rev. Dr. Jessica Ingram, Pennsylvania
· Lisa Jackson, Vice President of Environment, Policy and Social Initiatives, Apple
· Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Texas
· Letitia James New York City Public Advocate
· Ann-Marie Johnson, Actress
· Dr. Karen Johnson, Maryland
· Lorna Johnson
· Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson, Texas
· Lorretta Johnson, AFT Secretary Treasurer
· Councilwoman Wilhelmina Johnson, Darlington County, South Carolina
· Ann Jordan, Vice Chairman and Secretary, WETA-TV
· State Representative Arthenia Joyner, Florida
· Councilwoman Liz Zimmerman Keitt, Orangeburg City, South Carolina
· Congresswoman Robin Kelly, Illinois
· Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence, Michigan
· Debra Lee, CEO, BET
· Reta Jo Lewis, Former Special Representative for Global Intergovernmental Affairs at Department of State
· Bertha Lewis, The Black Institute
· Tanya Lombard, Public Affairs, AT&T
· Valarie Long, SEIU Executive Vice President
· Dr. Sharon Malone, Washington, D.C.
· Samuetta Marshall, Orangeburg County Coroner, South Carolina
· Lucy McBath, Mother of Jordan Davis
· Jeanette McBride, Richland Clerk of Court, South Carolina
· Chirlane McCray, First Lady of New York City
· Carol McDonald, 76 Words
· Councilwoman Charlene McGriff, Lancaster County, South Carolina
· Bishop Vashiti Mckenzie
· State Representative Mia McLeod, South Carolina
· Mayor Malinda Miles, Mt Rainer, Maryland
· State Representative Helen Miller, Iowa
· Congresswoman Gwen Moore, Wisconsin
· Princess Moss, NEA Secretary Treasurer
· Assemblywoman Dina Neal, Nevada
· Mayor Julia Nelson, Manning, South Carolina
· Ruby Newbold, President, Detroit Association of Educational Office Employees (Michigan)
· Phaedra Parks, Reality TV Star
· Cookie Parker, Founder and President, KMS Software Company
· Dottie Peoples, Gospel Singer
· Mayor Jannquell Peters East Point, Georgia
· Rev. Zina Pierre
· Rosemond Pierre, Former NYC Commissioner for Domestic Violence
· State Senator Anatasia Pittman, Oklahoma
· Congresswoman Stacey Plaskett, New York
· Dr. Letitia Plummer, Maxwello Dental Inc
· Councilwoman Ayanna Pressley, Councilwoman, Boston Massachusetts
· Kelly Price, Singer
· Councilwoman Lessie Price, Aiken City, South Carolina
· Councilwoman Carolyn A Prince, Marlboro County, South Carolina
· Patricia Pringle, Clarendon County Auditor, South Carolina
· Becky Pringle, NEA Vice President
· State Senator Catherine Pugh, National Black Caucus of State Legislators, President, Maryland
· Elder M. Charmaine Ragin, South Carolina
· Rene Redwood, CEO, Redwood Enterprise
· Councilwoman Patsy Rhett, Bowman City, South Carolina
· Shonda Rhimes, Executive Producer
· Elder Judy Richardson, South Carolina
· Mayor Geraldene Robinson, Eastover, South Carolina
· Brenda Robinson, NEA Arkansas President
· Holly Robinson-Peete, Actress
· Angelique Roche, Political Strategist and Member of the Board of Directors at the Women's Campaign School at Yale University
· Councilwoman Louisiana Sanders-Wright, Aiken County, South Carolina
· Former Councilwoman Bernice G. Scott, Richland County, South Carolina
· Congresswoman Terri Sewell, Alabama
· Former Mayor Lottie Shackelford, Arkansas
· Barbara Sharief, Broward County Commission Commissioner
· Councilwoman Nicole Singletary, Lake City, South Carolina
· Councilwoman Pamela Sloss, Union City, South Carolina
· Dawn Smalls, Partner, Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP
· Marva Smalls, Nickelodeon and Viacom
· Former Councilwoman Kit Smith, Richland County, South Carolina
· State Senator Pat Spearman, Nevada
· State Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins, New York
· State Senator Lena Taylor, Wisconsin
· Former State Representative Levola Taylor, South Carolina
· Former Mayor Linda Thompson, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
· Enjoli Timmons, Consultant
· Dorothy Townsend, Southern Regional Director, AFSCME
· First Lady Leslie Tyler, Pennsylvania
· Councilwoman Priscilla Tyson, Columbus, Ohio; NBC LEO President
· Bishop Coretta Vaughn
· Mayor Lovely Warren, Rochester, New York
· Congresswoman Maxine Waters, California
· Mayor Patricia Watson, Wellford, South Carolina
· Melissa Watson, South Carolina Democratic Party 2nd Vice Chair
· Jackie Weatherspoon, US Civil Rights Commission to the State Advisory Committee of New Hampshire.
· Mayor Karen Weaver, Flint, Michigan
· Former Representative Wilma Wellington, Colorado
· Beatrice Welters, McLean, Virginia
· Former State Representative Lucille Whipper, South Carolina
· Sylvia White, Attorney
· Linda Whitlock, Board of Trustees, Brandeis
· Councilwoman Ann Williamson, Rock Hill, South Carolina
· Jamia Wilson, Activist and Writer
· Congresswoman Frederica Wilson, Florida
· Mayor Lisa Yarbrough-Gauthier, East Palo Alto, California
Hopefully we can blowout Clinton in NH and ride that wave of momentum into Nevada and pull of a victory there.
If we manage to pull off a win in Nevada, then I believe we'll have an excellent shot at doing well in South Carolina.
South Carolina and Nevada will be the true tests for the Sanders campaign.
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