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Alexis L. Loinaz


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Past articles by Alexis:

The Suicide Squad rounds up the gang and chews up the scenery in first off-the-rails trailer for sequel

The Suicide Squad is gearing up to ransack theaters with its gang of rogue superhero mercenaries. Check out the first trailer to the highly anticipated sequel. → Read More

Snyder Cut producer ‘cannot wait’ to see Superman revamp: ‘Representation is important’

Speaking with SYFY WIRE, Zack Snyder’s Justice League producer Deborah Snyder says she’s eagerly anticipating the upcoming Superman reboot. → Read More

'Zack Snyder’s Justice League' producer on getting to ‘finish what we started' & odds of a sequel

It’s taken more than three years and a relentless, deafening #ReleaseTheSnyderCut campaign, but Zack Snyder’s fabled version of Justice League is finally seeing the light of day. Aptly titled, well, Zack Snyder’s Justice League, the film will unspool on HBO Max starting March 18 and span a staggering four hours, divvied up into six chapters. → Read More

Joker in the wild: Jared Leto initially turned down cameo in Zack Snyder’s Justice League before flip-flopping

Jared Leto makes a splashy appearance as Joker in Zack Snyder’s Justice League, which the director himself has been teasing on social media and in interviews. → Read More

Godzilla vs. Kong drops first rip-roaring trailer for epic monster showdown

The first trailer for Godzilla vs. Kong has now stomped online, giving fans a peek at the big-screen showdown between two of cinemas’ most iconic monstrosities. → Read More

Sean Connery, Hollywood's Quintessential James Bond, Dies at 90

In an acclaimed career that spanned six decades, Sean Connery appeared in seven 007 movies and won an Oscar in 1990 for The Untouchables → Read More

Acclaimed Filipino comic 'Trese' gets ready to haunt U.S. readers ahead of Netflix anime series

Publisher Ablaze has announced that acclaimed Filipino comic book Trese will be coming to U.S. readers, ahead of an upcoming Netflix anime series. → Read More

The Mandalorian births a bounty of Baby Yoda merch as Lucasfilm drops new toys & more

Lucasfilm delivered a whole galaxy’s worth of products in New York City as it debuted its highly anticipated line of new products inspired by The Mandalorian. → Read More

Neil Gaiman reveals Sandman TV series will be updated ‘for now’ instead of a ‘1980s period piece’

You can say that Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman has been slumbering in development hell for years, as several stalled attempts to adapt the seminal comic book about the Lord of Dreams have been something of a fan’s nightmare. → Read More

Holy LEGO Batmobile! Batman movie marks 30th anniversary with revved-up replica

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Tim Burton’s groundbreaking Batman movie, LEGO is releasing a kickass replica of the Batmobile from that film. → Read More

Superman star Margot Kidder’s death ruled a suicide

In a statement, the Park County, Montana, coroner’s office confirmed to the Associated Press that the actress “died as a result of a self-inflicted drug and alcohol overdose." → Read More

Remembering Stephen Hawking: Twitter pays tribute to celebrated physicist

In the wake of Hawking's death, fans have taken to Twitter to honor a man whose genius explored the boundaries of physics, even as his own indomitable spirit raged against, and transcended, the limits of his own physicality. → Read More

Kevin Smith recovering after massive heart attack

Kevin Smith had a major health scare Sunday evening after he suffered a massive heart attack, the filmmaker said on social media. The 47-year-old Smith, who was set to perform two shows in Glendale, California, last night, took to Twitter early Monday morning to post a shot of himself on a hospital bed. → Read More

Mark Hamill recalls tearful first time he heard John Williams’ Star Wars theme

Legendary composer John Williams has created some of the most iconic movie themes in history, including those to Jaws, Superman, the Indiana Jones films, and, of course, Star Wars. Many likely heard Williams’ soaring strains to George Lucas’ space opus for the first time while immersed in a movie theater. But for Luke Skywalker himself, the experience was very different — but no less indelible. → Read More

Former Han Solo directors break silence about getting booted from Star Wars movie: There was ‘a really big gap to bridge’

In June, Chris Miller and Phil Lord were infamously fired from the stand-alone Han Solo movie in what essentially amounted to a Death Star-size nuclear blow-up within the Star Wars cinematic universe. Now the onetime Star Wars directors are opening up about the ouster, with Lord saying the duo remain “proud” of their work but that the project ultimately had “a really big gap to bridge.” → Read More

Justice League's Rotten Tomatoes score has been officially revealed — and it's far from superheroic

Justice League is ready to soar into theaters, and after some middling controversy, its highly buzzed-about Rotten Tomatoes score has finally landed. The verdict? A not-so-sizzling 43. That score — an aggregate of ratings through 3 p.m. on Nov. 15 — was revealed overnight on Rotten Tomatoes' Facebook show See It/Skip It. → Read More

Star Wars’ Daisy Ridley reveals Rey had a different name in early The Force Awakens script

There’s been lots of speculation about mono-moniker Rey’s last name in the Star Wars saga. (Skywalker? Kenobi? Solo?) But her first name was actually supposed to have been something else entirely. → Read More

McDonald’s heeds Rick and Morty fans’ thunderous outcry and will be bringing back its Szechuan Sauce (again)

McDonald’s will once again be bringing back its controversial Szechuan Sauce in the wake of seismic fan uproar over the condiment’s lack of availability. → Read More

Star Wars fans head out in full force for Force Friday II: Pics, reactions & more

Star Wars fans are blasting into stores at midnight for Force Friday II, Disney and Lucasfilm’s colossal merchandising blitz that will see a barrage of Star Wars products flood retailers in the run-up to the highly anticipated arrival of The Last Jedi this December. → Read More

Star Wars Star Destroyers are invading landmarks around the world — here’s how to score a virtual peek

The Empire is striking back — on your smartphone, at least. Disney is gearing up for a massive Star Wars merchandising bonanza on Sept. 1 for Force Friday II, when it’ll unveil a slew of new products and bust out a series of on-site promo events in the run-up to December’s The Last Jedi release. Part of that blitz includes a nifty new stunt: At key landmarks around the world, fans can now see… → Read More