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Despite lacking Batman himself, the marquee superhero protector of the city it takes place in, FOX's Gotham is this fall's highest profile comic book TV show. With an impressive cast and an epic parade of cops and crooks to portray (basically everyone Gotham-related who isn't Batman), Gotham takes place long before billionaire Bruce Wayne decides to dress up like a bat and stalk criminals at night.
Gotham: Series Premiere Review
Acting under the unifying "What If?" premise of "What if Jim Gordon, as a rookie GCPD detective, was the one who investigated the Crime Alley murder of Thomas and Martha Wayne?" Gotham hopes to reinvent some of the characters and switch up some of the relationships in the Batman-verse.
Once the only network staying out of the whole new massive comic book TV show arena, CBS is going all in with a new Supergirl show - which they've given an official series commitment to, bypassing both the "in development" and "pilot" stage.
Supergirl, a new one hour drama, will come to us from Berlanti Productions (both Arrow and The Flash on The CW) in association with Warner Bros.
I just recently saw Woody Allen's 'Magic in the Moonlight' and even though the overall story seemed blander than his usual films, the dialogue was fantastic. Very sharp and funny but not in the 'hahaha' kind of way, more like, 'what did he just say? I need to write that down' - kind of way.
I saw a trailer posted here a year or two ago for a movie that looked interesting, but haven't heard anything about it since. From what I remember, it's set in a futuristic dystopia where the government is very controlling. A guy finds a copy of the movie A Clockwork Orange and begins to imitate Alex.