Archie Comics has released a preview of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #7, proving without a shadow of a doubt that the comic is finished and will actually be in stores tomorrow. Originally launched in October of 2014, Sabrina has had a little bit of trouble staying on schedule. However, that appears to be resolved, as […]
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Riverdale is set to come back on air October 11th of this year, but fans are already begging for more. The CW show has been a huge hit, and has certainly made waves with younger audiences. Recently at Entertainment Weekly, there have been some tidbits surrounding everyone's favorite rich girl's father — Hiram Lodge. It […]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Since Riverdale is the new hotness with teenagers, it would only make sense that a TV show based on a 75-year-old comic series would turn around and get a comic series of it's own. Because why not? According to Archie Publications: From Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and the writers of the new CW series Riverdale comes […]
Riverdale fans can rest easy tonight. Archie Comics announced this afternoon that the teen drama will in fact come back for a second season. While ratings have been somewhat lukewarm, it's one of the CW's top streaming shows and has done well on Netflix (though it won't be on Netflix US for some time). A […]
Riverdale actor Cole Sprouse has thrown his thoughts into the discourse on Jughead's sexuality representation. Be warned, this article contains spoilers for the latest episode of Riverdale, 'Faster, Pussycats! Kill! Kill!'. . . . Still here? Okay, so in the latest episode we discover that Riverdale's Jughead is most definitely not asexual or aromantic, as […]
The long awaited return of Archie's horror titles happen this May as we get a look at the full solicitations for Archie Comics. These includes Afterlife With Archie #9 and Sabrina #5. AFTERLIFE WITH ARCHIE #9 BETTY: RIP Pt. 4, "The Trouble with Reggie." The Horror began in Riverdale when Reggie Mantle struck and killed […]
Could also have been a teaser for Firestarter, give or take the blood.
This appears to be professionally shot B-roll from the set of Kimberly Peirce's new Carrie remake, showing Chloe Moretz in character, during a take. You'll also see Gabriella Wilde as the new Sue Snell, and some of the other cast as they act out a bit of that high school bullying we all love so […]
There's certainly an odd combination of talent falling into place around Kimberly Peirce's take on Carrie.