KAREN KUNAWICZ

‘MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS’

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Clearly, one of the main things going for the 2017 adaptation of “Murder on the Orient Express” is its cast. Where do I begin? You’ve got Kenneth Branagh, Dame Judi Dench, Daisy Ridley, Penelope Cruz, Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer, Josh Gad, Willem Dafoe, Leslie Odom Jr. (“Hamilton’s” Aaron Burr) and…

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I waited 44 years for a “Justice League” movie. I consider myself lucky this is happening in my lifetime. When I watched “Batman vs. Superman,” the moment the three (Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman) were on the screen at the same time, and I could have s**t my pants right…

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At the San Diego Comic Con last year, two teaser shorts were played for “Thor: Ragnarok.” They had absolutely no action scenes or special effects but they were incredibly funny. Thor (Chris Hemsworth) was left out of “Captain America: Civil War.” As such, in an interview in the first short,…

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I never get to spend enough time at the local indie comics market, also known as Komiket. For the entrance fee of P100, can access an events space filled with and buoyed by comics crea­tors and fans plus you get to take home a souvenir sampler volume. The sampler book…

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Six thousand five hundred people sit in a darkened room where a narrow pyramid is drawn in blue light. Suddenly, a hologram of Jared Leto—wearing a long sleeved aqua polo shirt and pink pants,which moderator Chris Hardwick later described as “future pants”—vividly appeared inside the pyramid. Leto described the original…

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Octobers always have meanings to me. During childhood, it was a time for the rosary to be recited in school every single day. Do they still do that? As I grew older, I realized that there was always something somber and haunting about this month, but October also promised lots…

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Lego is clearly building it’s own movie universe. In the words of producer Dan Lin, “The first one was our action adventure movie, the second one was our superhero movie, (Ninjago) is our version of a martial arts meets giant robot kind of movie. So the challenge for us is…

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I’m not a big horror fan but Warner Brothers had a brilliant way of turning me from someone indifferent to the feature version of “IT” to someone very excited after their press event six weeks ago. The “IT” promotion was part of ‘Scare Diego’—where the studio’s “Annabelle: Creation” was also…

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