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Uncensored “Spank” Trailer Released For Amazon’s ‘The Boys’ Series
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Amazon's The Boys Series

Another trailer has been released for Amazon’s The Boys series.

The series is an adaptation of the Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson comic book of the same name, and is created by Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, and Eric Kripke.

The new trailer has lovingly been dubbed the uncensored “Spank” teaser trailer. Of course it goes without saying, that this one is very much of the not safe for work variety. More info on The Boys and the new trailer await you below.

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New Teaser For Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s ‘The Boys’ Released
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The Boys

Amazon has released a new teaser for The Boys, the upcoming TV series adaptation of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson‘s comic of the same name.

The series is created by Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, and Eric Kripke. It’s the second TV series based on a comic that’s been created by Rogen and Goldberg, following the AMC series Preacher. Kripke will handle showrunner duties.

You can check out the latest teaser for The Boys below, along with a synopsis and more info.

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NYCC 2018: Teaser For Comic Adaptation ‘The Boys’ From Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg
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The Boys

For New York Comic-Con 2018, Amazon Prime Video released the first teaser for The Boys from Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg (Pineapple Express, This Is the End).

The series, like Rogen and Goldberg’s Preacher, is a comic book adaptation. It’s based on the comic of the same name by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, which tells the story of a group of vigilantes who are on a mission to deal with out of line superheroes.

Continue below for an official synopsis, more info on the show, and to check out the teaser.

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’10 Cloverfield Lane’ Director Dan Trachtenberg To Helm Pilot For ‘The Boys’ Based On Garth Ennis, Darick Robertson Comic
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The Boys

We’ve been hearing about an adaptation of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson‘s The Boys for quite some time now, but nothing ever came of it for many years.

But that’s since changed. The Boys, which is set in a world where superheroes exist and follows a group of vigilantes who are called in to deal with said superheroes when they get out of line, is currently being adapted into a new series for Amazon. And now a director has been hired to help bring the pilot episode of that series to life. It’s being reported that Dan Trachtenberg (10 Cloverfield Lane, Black Mirror) has signed on to direct the first episode of the planned eight-episode first season.

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‘Blood Father’ Trailer: Mel Gibson Does His Best Impression Of Liam Neeson In ‘Taken’
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Blood Father starring Mel Gibson

It is only natural that a father would come to the defense of his daughter, and it’s only appropriate to see to the lengths which that father will go to defend his daughter be a bit exaggerated in film format. You know, to keep you entertained and such. So after Liam Neeson did it for three films in the Taken franchise, why not explore that narrative once more. But this time with a bit of a new story and new actors.

That’s what you are going to get with Blood Father starring Mel Gibson. In the film, he plays a father who must now protect his estranged daughter from a dangerous drug cartel and his thugs. Check out the trailer below.

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TV Review: Marvel’s Jessica Jones 1.1 “AKA Ladies Night”
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Marvel Jessica Jones Netflix series Krysten Ritter

Marvel’s Jessica Jones
Episode 1.1 “AKA Ladies Night”
Created by Melissa Rosenberg
Starring Krysten Ritter, Mike Colter, Rachael Taylor, Carrie-Anne Moss, David Tennant
Netflix
Premiere date: November 20, 2015

Marvel’s Jessica Jones starts off with a dramatic bang. Taking place in the same dark Manhattan of fellow Netflix seriesDaredevil that contrasts so heavily with the New York that Iron Man and the Avengers saved just a little while ago, the grit and overt noir feels more like something out of Christopher Nolan’s depiction of The Dark Knight. The difference here is that Ra’as Al Ghul’s Detective is 5’9”, female, and doesn’t need a mask to intimidate the baddies.

The first episode, “AKA Ladies Night,” does some interesting things when it comes to its depiction of women. Jessica Jones takes place in a woman’s world. The first ten minutes of the show is bereft of male-speaking roles. The next five introduces a father trying in vain to cope with his daughter’s missing status by attempting to fix a door, while his wife, deals with the business. The next male character you meet is likewise neutered: he’s a video artist. Number 3 is a pathetically portrayed Alpha Male — contrast that with the title super heroine in Krysten Ritter, a woman running the board room in Carrie-Anne Moss top-rate lawyer, and the missing female’s mother, who’s clearly running things at home. This is a wholly different paradigm for the Marvel Cinematic Universe that started off with the male chauvinist Tony Stark in Iron Man less than a decade ago. As comic book content goes, it’s a whole new bag.

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