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JAMES WAN Describes the Love Stories That Make AQUAMAN Shine

James Wan has a vision for Aquaman. It’s epic, it’s action packed, and one of his biggest influences is… Romancing the Stone? Recently, we got to hang out with the director in his editing bay during an intimate visit to the Warner Bros. Studio lot. Whilst sharing clips of the upcoming film with us, Wan […]

GAME OF THRONES Creators Get Immortalized as Funko Pops

You’ll notice we said “Game of Thrones creators” (plural), not “A Song of Ice and Fire creator” (singular). While George R.R. Martin is the creator of all the Westeros characters we know and love and loathe, the TV show has more parents than just him. You can bet David Benioff and David Weiss never thought […]

Japanese Fans Rank Anime and Manga’s Top 10 Redheads

Redheads. Some folks are into ‘em, some aren’t. But these Japanese anime and manga fans, polled by Charapedia, definitely fall into the former category. Charapedia recently asked its readers to rank their favorite anime and manga redheads—here are the top 10. 10. Red Blood Cell Cells at Work 9. Sakuragi Hanamichi Slam Dunk 8. Maki...

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Sword Art Online Switch Games Get English Release

Good news for Sword Art Online-slash-Nintendo Switch fans: two Switch SAO ports are getting English-language releases. Specifically, the two games getting the ol’ English treatment are Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization and Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet. The games have previously been released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The Switch versions will be...

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Macross Delta Gets New Theatrical Film, Crossover Concerts

Macross Delta ain’t over yet. The series, the latest in the long-running Macross franchise, is getting a new film. That’s the word from a Walküre event over the weekend, at which a series of June 2019 “crossover” live concerts were also announced. Unlike 2018’s Macross Delta movie, which was a compilation film with some new...

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Latest BUMBLEBEE Trailer Reveals More Classic Generation 1 Transformers

If there was any doubt that director Travis Knight was a legit old-school Transformers fan, it should be erased right now. While the new trailer for Bumblebee does still put emphasis on the solo adventure for our favorite yellow VW-bot, it also contains scenes designed to elicit fan squees, as we flashback to the war […]

98 Degrees: Serial Experiments Lain

From now until the end of the year, Otaku USA e-News presents 98 Degrees: a deep dive straight into the anime of 1998. Which greats of ’98 would you like to see covered? Comment below or drop our editor a line. “Why? Why won’t you come?” A schoolgirl slumps against the wall of an alleyway,...

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Real-Life Hans Moleman Shoots Himself ‘Down There’ With a T-Shirt Gun

Some people think the greatest movie ever made is Citizen Kane, while others think that title belongs to The Godfather or Schindler’s List. But true cinephiles know there is no debate at all, because there is a definitive answer to what film stands as the GOAT: the movie that was totally robbed at the first […]

INTO THE DARK: THE BODY is a Knowing Self-Parody of Blumhouse Horror (LA Film Fest Review)

Blumhouse may be attached to the most notable Halloween-themed horror movie this year, but it’s not their only one. With Into the Dark, a new anthology series on Hulu, they’ll be presenting 12 new horror movies at a rate of one a month, with each themed to a holiday that happens that month. Naturally, they’re […]

Cary Elwes Takes on the Curse of Macbeth in GHOST LIGHT (LA Film Fest Review)

There are few things good actors like more than playing bad actors, possibly because it allows them to exaggerate their own insecurities, or perhaps because they finally get to do that pitch-perfect impersonation of somebody they once worked with who was less than stellar. It’s Cary Elwes‘ turn in Ghost Light, as he plays a […]

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