Here’s Bebe Rexha with the official video for “You Can’t Stop The Girl” from the soundtrack of Maleficent: Mistress of Evil.

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Supergirl – Blurred Lines

by Alan Rapp on October 22, 2019

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  • Title: Supergirl – Blurred Lines
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Supergirl - Blurred Lines television review

“Blurred Lines” continues the plot thread of J’onn (David Harewood) discovering more about his brother, this week with the help of Nia (Nicole Maines) who helps uncover the reason for the gaps in J’onn’s memory and the hatred of Malefic. Malefic also takes the opportunity to use humanity’s latest invention to his advantage and recover the use of his full powers as the episodes cements the character as the major pre-Crisis threat for our heroes. The episode is also notable for Lena (Katie McGrath) using her friendship, and Kara‘s (Melissa Benoist) guilt, to play on favor that looks like its quickly leading her down a dark path well traveled by her brother.

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Firefly #9

by Alan Rapp on October 22, 2019

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Firefly #9 comic reviewThings aren’t going great for Malcolm Reynolds or the crew of Serenity. Mal is in custody of those who would like to see him hanged for war crimes. Meanwhile, Zoe has pulled together several of the surviving Browncoats to fight to get Mal back. While the cause used to rally them was Mal’s capture, the Browncoats are just itching for a fight (which is also the view of the Unificators who have played both sides bringing forces together in a familiar spot for one more battle).

As for Boss Moon, she and Mal have come to an understanding (of sorts) and are now working together. This of course throws a wrench into everyone’s plans (including Inara who has been working contacts of her own to try and get Mal pardoned). Did I mention how bleak things look for our intrepid crew?

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Batwoman – Down Down Down

by Alan Rapp on October 22, 2019

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  • Title: Batwoman – Down Down Down
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Batwoman - Down Down Down television review

While Kate (Ruby Rose) buys a temporary truce with Alice (Rachel Skarsten), Batwoman introduces another Bat-character in Tommy Elliot (Gabriel Mann). Like most of Gotham, Elliot is obsessed with the news of the return of Batman. Unlike most of Gotham, Elliot’s obsession is to kill Batman (who he knows is actually Bruce Wayne). To that end, he’s stolen Wayne technology capable of cracking the Bat-suit and is holding hostages demanding his childhood friend make an appearance. Elliot’s obsession to Batman makes Kate realize more than just giving Gotham City hope, putting on the suit is also an announcement to Batman’s old enemies that the Dark Knight has returned.

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Here’s our final trailer for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker which will hit theaters on December 20th.

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