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‘The 40-Year-Old Version’: Film Review

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‘The 40-Year-Old Version’: Film Review
In Radha Blank’s semi-autobiographical comedy, the quadruple-threat plays “Rahda Blank,” a Harlem-based playwright who faces many of the same struggles and setbacks as her creator.

It’s been more than a decade since Radha (as we’ll call the character) earned a promising “30 Under 30” award, and now, instead of getting her work produced, she’s teaching drama to half a dozen high school students. Tastemakers are constantly looking for the hot new thing, but all these years later, where they once spotted potential, her momentum appears to have stalled. In her frustration, Radha starts to rhyme, and the resulting raps are more honest than what she’d been writing for the stage. Her question: Is the world ready for “The 40-Year-Old Version”?

Judging by writer-director Blank’s mic-drop debut, the answer’s most assuredly affirmative. It’s affirmational, too, but not in a watered-down or obsequious kind of way.
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Superhero Bits: ‘Deathstroke’ Animated Series Trailer, Burt Ward’s Hollywood Walk of Fame Ceremony & More

Superhero Bits: ‘Deathstroke’ Animated Series Trailer, Burt Ward’s Hollywood Walk of Fame Ceremony & More
Does Harley Quinn kill Jared Leto‘s Joker in Birds of Prey? Are you gonna watch the new Deathstroke animated series on CW Seed? Did you hear Jason Momoa will be Mma training for Aquaman 2? Did you notice all the Easter eggs and comic references in the new Birds of Prey trailer? Want to see […]

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The CW’s Mark Pedowitz Upped to Chairman and CEO

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The CW’s Mark Pedowitz Upped to Chairman and CEO
The CW’s Mark Pedowitz has been promoted from president to chairman and chief executive, the network announced Friday.

The new deal extends Pedowitz’s tenure as the longest-serving current head of a broadcast TV network. The executive has served as president of The CW since 2011, and will continue to oversee all creative and business aspects of the network.

Since joining the network in 2011, Pedowitz has overseen the growth of the network’s programming slate, including the addition of Sunday-night programming in in 2018. The network currently has 18 original scripted series on its roster, including the full line-up of DC Comics series, all of which launched during Pedowitz’s tenure.

Also Read: The CW Renews 13 Series for 2020-21 Season, Orders More Scripts for 'Katy Keene'

Pedowitz also charted a new digital strategy for The CW, launching the streaming service CW Seed and, most recently, securing full in-season digital rights to all
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Mark Pedowitz Elevated To Chairman And CEO Of The CW

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Mark Pedowitz Elevated To Chairman And CEO Of The CW
The CW President Mark Pedowitz has been upped to Chairman and CЕО of тhe network, a joint venture between Warner Bros. Entertainment and ViacomCBS. Along with the promotion, Pedowitz has signed a new multi-year contract to continue to oversee all creative and business aspects of the network.

The new title is reflective of how Pedowitz’s job — and the network — have grown in the past nine years.

Pedowitz joined the CW as President in spring 2011 amid rampant speculation that the money-losing network may shut down. Since then, Pedowitz has spearheaded the building and broadening the network’s audience, bringing in more older and male viewers and establishing a formidable DC Universe franchise on the network.

Under Pedowitz, the CW has ramped up the volume of original programming to 18 scripted series throughout the year currently, double the amount he inherited. To accommodate that, the network last season reclaimed Sunday as a night of originals.
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Mark Pedowitz Named CW Chairman and CEO

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Mark Pedowitz Named CW Chairman and CEO
Mark Pedowitz has been named chairman and CEO of the CW Network. The veteran television exec’s new deal will keep him ensconsed at the ViacomCBS-WarnerMedia joint venture, where he has served as president for nearly a decade.

Pedowitz last renewed his deal with the CW two years ago this month.

The extension and elevation solidify the youth-skewing broadcaster’s leadership at a time of transition for its corporate parents. Warner Bros., which holds 50% of the CW, was acquired last year along with the rest of the erstwhile TimeWarner companies (since rechristened WarnerMerdia) by AT&T. CBS, which owns the other half, was last month re-acquired by former sibling Viacom.

Both companies are in the process of repositioning themselves for a new era of digital-media consumption. When revealing its new direct-to-consumer product HBO Max last year, AT&T touted the fact that all Warner Bros.-produced CW shows would — eventually — be available on the service.
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CW Seed Acquires 14 BBC Studios Shows In Non-Exclusive Streaming Pact

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CW Seed Acquires 14 BBC Studios Shows In Non-Exclusive Streaming Pact
Exclusive: CW Seed, the CW’s free, ad-supported digital network, has acquired non-exclusive streaming rights to 14 series from BBC Studios.

The second-window deal will bring more than 200 episodes and 150 hours of scripted library content to Seed, which launched as an on-demand service in 2013 and will add a live, linear channel later this winter. The announcement was made today by Rick Haskins, Evp of Marketing and Digital Platforms for the CW.

Among the shows already live on Seed are The Intruders, starring Mira Sorvino and Millie Bobby Brown; Atlantis, with Game of Thrones alum Mark Addy; The Secret of Crickley Hall, starring Thrones‘ Maisie Williams and Tom Ellis; Bedlam, with pop star Will Young; and a new take on Sinbad.

A wave of additional shows will be added in late January and roll out through the month of February. That roster includes James Corden’s Gavin & Stacey; The Fades, starring
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Deathstroke: Knights & Dragons animated series to premiere this Monday

Last summer, The CW revealed that it was working on a new animated DC series revolving around the fan favourite character of Slade Wilson, and now it has announced that Deathstroke: Knights & Dragons is set to premiere this Monday, January 6th on the digital platform CW Seed. The twelve-episode series will see Michael Chiklis […]

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‘Deathstroke’ Teaser Reveals Release Date for CW Seed Series

If you like totally free streaming shows about murderous Batman villains, you are in luck, friend. The new animated series Deathstroke: Knights & Dragons featuring everyone’s favorite DC universe assassin will be premiering on CW Seed January 6. The release date was revealed in a brief teaser trailer, and I do mean “brief” - the video lasts maybe six seconds and consists of a static image of Deathstroke blasting and stabbing his way through some goons. Then the show’s logo and release date appear on screen just before the trailer ends. Deathstroke himself would appreciate that efficiency. [caption id="…
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‘Stargirl': Brec Bassinger Finds the Staff of Starman in First Trailer for Latest DC Comics Series (Video)

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The CW has shared the first trailer for the next DC Comics superhero coming to the small screen in “Stargirl,” which will air on both DC Universe and The CW.

Watch the trailer above.

Stargirl,” which stars Brec Bassinger as the title character, will air new episodes on The CW, a day after they first air on DC Universe. The series will premiere sometime during the second quarter of 2020. Episodes will also be available on The CW’s digital platforms, including CW Seed.

Also Read: 'Stargirl' to Air on Both DC Universe and The CW

The deal for “Stargirl” is similar to how Warner Bros. is treating the second season of “Doom Patrol,” which will stream its second season on both DC Universe and HBO Max, WarnerMedia’s streaming service that launches next May.

Stargirl” centers on high school sophomore Courtney Whitmore (Bassinger), who inspires an unlikely group
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Crisis on Infinite Earths Part 1 DC Easter Eggs Explained

Mike Cecchini Jim Dandy Delia Harrington Dec 9, 2019

Supergirl brought us Crisis on Infinite Earths Part One and it's full of references to the classic DC Comics and much more!

This article contains Supergirl and Crisis on Infinite Earths spoilers.

If you're looking for every DC Easter Egg in Crisis on Infinite Earths Part 2, click here!

Well, it's finally here. Crisis on Infinite Earths kicked off with a tremendous, ridiculously ambitious hour of television. "Crisis on Infinite Earths Part One" is the Supergirl chapter of this year's Arrowverse crossover, so naturally it put a lot of focus on what was happening on Earth-38, with plenty of time for Superman and Lois to shine, as well. But there was a big surprise death along the way, with lots of breadcrumbs and DC Comics Easter eggs leading up to it.

In many ways, the “Easter eggs” of this episode are surprisingly subtle. It
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No, The Far Cry 5 Ending Doesn't Suck; Here's Why

The dark ending to Far Cry 5 has proven very divisive, but here's why it doesn't suck. The Far Cry franchise began with the original game in 2004, where players guided ex-soldier Jack Carver around a lush island filled with mercenaries. The open-ended gameplay and stunning graphics made the game a hit, and it later received a live-action adaptation starring Til Schweiger (Inglourious Basterds) as Carver.

Far Cry 2 was released in 2008 and was met with a more mixed reaction. The game's large world and dynamic gameplay were praised, but constantly respawning enemies and a focus on realism that leads to weapons jamming were cited as annoyances. The series came into its own with 2012's Far Cry 3, which featured the most refined gameplay to date and a classic villain in Vaas.

Related: Far Cry New Dawn - Who Is The Judge?

Far Cry 5 is set in Montana and involves a task force sent to arrest Joseph Seed,
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Crisis on Infinite Earths: Trailer, Release Date, Cast, Characters, and News

Mike Cecchini Jan 10, 2020

This year's Arrowverse crossover is none other than DC Comics classic, Crisis on Infinite Earths. Here's everything you need to know.

Crisis on Infinite Earths is here. And it's not just here, it's here with a vengeance. The 2019 Arrowverse crossover has delivered on every single promise from its famed comic book source material, as well as all the heavy dramatic beats that the TV shows have been promising since the first ever episode of The Flash. We're now more than halfway through, and the stakes have never been higher. Not just on superhero TV, but perhaps in TV of any kind!

Here's everything you need to know about how to watch Crisis on Infinite Earths, and all the ways you can keep up with our coverage.

Crisis on Infinite Earths Release Date

Here's the full Crisis on Infinite Earths schedule. Those first three episodes have already aired,
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‘Blood Valley: Seed’s Revenge’ VOD Review

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Stars: Natalie Scheetz, Nick Principe, Caroline Williams, Christa Campbell, Annika Strauss, Sarah Hayden, Manoush, Jared Demetri Luciano, Jeff Dylan Graham, Micaela Schäfer, Ryan Nicholson | Written and Directed by Marcel Walz

Blood Valley: Seed’s Revenge follows Christine and her friends as they drive home through the desert from a bachelorette party. Stopped by a mysterious woman who is dressed in a police officers uniform, they are lead straight into the trap of mass murderer Max Seed. Seeking revenge from a mishap years ago, the blood soaked madman is determined to inflict an insufferable pain to anyone who crosses his path.

I like to think that every film I watch teaches me something about life, furthers my understanding of the world around me and maybe how to treat my fellow man (or woman). What this film has taught me is not to take a long detour through the desert “for the
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Seed 2 Gets a New Title and a Release Date

In early 2013, production began on Seed 2: The New Breed, a sequel to Uwe Boll's mean-spirited 2007 serial killer film Seed.

Writer-director Marcel Walz took over the sequel duties and we're getting word the film is now going to hit DVD and VOD on October 7th under the new title Bloody Valley: Seed's Revenge.

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International Trailer Welcomes You to the Candy House

Terror has found a new home, and it's the Candy House. Here's the international trailer debut for the new film from Seed 2 director Marcel Walz, which is presented by Uwe Boll.

Candy House stars Annika Strauss (Seed 2, La Petite Mort 2), Alex Anasuya (Daimonion), Morad Azzaaoui, Martin Semmelrogge (The Boat), Selin Deveci, Manfred Münichsdorfer, and Stephanie Voit.

It's produced by Laser Paradise/Matador Film with cinematography by Stefan Svahn.


Welcome to Candy House.

What started as a beautiful family reunion soon turns into a bloody nightmare. Who's going to survive the Candy House?

Enjoy a few stills along with the Candy House trailer and poster, and look for more soon!

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Win an Evening with Scream Queen Brooke Lewis in Support of Manga/Anime/Cosplay Film Black Hat

Upcoming manga/anime-themed feature film Black Hat is currently in the fundraising stage, and among the cool incentives being offered is an opportunity to attend the premiere with one of the stars, Brooke Lewis herself!

We have some information on the project below; for more visit the official Black Hat fundraising campaign at Seed & Spark, "like" Black Hat on Facebook, and follow Black Hat on Twitter (@blackhatanime).

And be sure to head over and check out the sights at as well. Oh, Ms. Vampy, how we love ya!

From the Press Release

The national fundraising campaign for Black Hat has launched to promote the passion of the anime, manga, and cosplay community with writer/director/actor Robbie Bryan (iMurders, The Stand-In). The launching pad is with Seed & Spark, a truly independent filmmaking community where filmmakers and audiences come together for crowd-funding, production, and streaming distribution.

The campaign coincides
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Violent New Trailer for Slasher Sequel Seed 2: The New Breed

The official trailer and plot synopsis for the Uwe Boll produced horror sequel 'Seed 2: The New Breed' has arrived, and it's pretty sick. 'Seed 2' is written and directed by Marcel Walz ('Candy House') who takes over from Boll as director 7 years after the original slasher was released. The follow-up stars a throng of tasty ladies who head for Vegas to enjoy a bachelorette party only to find themselves as new prey to Max Seed's killing ways. Christa Campbell ('Drive Angry'), Natalie Scheetz ('Siberia'), Annika Strauss ('Game Over'), Sarah Hayden and ex-model Micaela Schaefer (below) all star. Check out the new trailer and plot breakdown below...
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Trailer for Uwe Boll's Seed 2 Horror Film

Back in 2007, Uwe Boll directed a horror film called "Seed," which went straight to DVD and received the usual terrible reviews that most Boll movies get. Today, we have a restricted trailer for the sequel. Check it out below. Plot: Coming back from her bachelorette party in Las Vegas, Christine (Natalie Scheetz) and her friends Olivia (Christa Campbell), Barbara (Sarah Hayden), and Claire (Annika Strauss) are driving through the hot desert of Nevada. But they are not alone... Serial killer Max Seed is back, and he brought the whole family! This time, Boll is only producing. "Seed 2" was actually written and directed by Marcel Walz. Trailer:
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Trailer Premiere and Official Synopsis for Seed 2: The New Breed

As promised yesterday, the first trailer for Seed 2: The New Breed has arrived, and along with it comes the official synopsis. Uwe Boll serves as producer on this sequel to his original film with Marcel Walz writing and directing.

Seed 2, a Matador Film production, stars Natalie Scheetz (Madison County), Christa Campbell (Drive Angry 3D), Caroline Williams (Hatchet III), Annika Strauss (Candy House), Nick Principe (Laid to Rest), and Micaela Schaefer. The Dp is Wolfgang Meyer, the editor is Michael Gilmore, and special effects are by Ryan Nicholson.

The soundtrack includes Dot Dot Curve, The Ragdolls, and Boggy Creek with music by Klaus Pfreundner and Mario Von Czapiewski serving as music supervisor.


A family slays together.

Coming back from her bachelorette party in Las Vegas, Christine (Scheetz) and her friends Olivia (Campbell), Barbara (Sarah Hayden), and Claire (Strauss) are driving through the hot desert of Nevada. But they are not alone.
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Makeup Artist Ryan Nicholson Talks Seed 2; Gruesome New Stills and Artwork

It's been a few months since we've heard anything about Seed 2, but a trailer is on its way. In the meantime here are some fairly graphic stills, a new poster, and a video interview with the film's special makeup artist, Ryan Nicholson.

Uwe Boll serves as producer on this sequel to his original film with Marcel Walz directing. Caroline Williams, Christa Campbell, Nick Principe, Jared Demetri Luciano, Manoush, Natalie Scheetz, Annika Strauss, and Sarah Hayden star.

Plot details are still under wraps, but keep your eyes here and on the Seed 2: The New Breed Facebook page for more soon.

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