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First full-length IT trailers tease what looks like a terrifying remake of a classic

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Pennywise is back in first It remake movie trailers

I’m a little late to the It party, but better late than never, right? A few trailers and teasers for the upcoming remake of the 1990 TV mini-series based off of Stephen King’s original novel have made the rounds, and it’s safe to say the update is creepier, darker, and less Tim Curry-er. Curry’s incarnation of the iconic clown is hard to forget, but all signs point toward the remake looking like a promising reincarnation of both the story and the creature/clown/character. Whether you loved the book or feared the mini-series, It should be worth the watch to see what’s changed, what’s stayed the same, and whether clowns can still be terrifying.

Check out two It trailers, read a short plot synopsis, and take a look at the poster for It after the jump.

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Get your DENVER COMIC CON tickets while they’re still available or you’ll miss out

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Get your ass to Denver Comic Con, you damned dirty apes!

It’s that time of year again–comic con season! Denver Comic Con is just around the corner, and Colorado’s now-iconic convention has shaped itself into one of the country’s finest. Do you have your passes? Eying a few celebrity guests and planning photograph/autograph moments that’ll be etched into your being for the rest of your life? Three-day passes are sold out, but you can still snag tickets for Friday, Saturday, or Sunday (1-day passes) if you get them quick. We’re still a month out from con day, so secure your spot on the con floor while you still can!

Take a peek at some photos from last year’s Denver Comic Con, browse the celebrity guest list, sign up to help out as a volunteer, and read a little info about Pop Culture Classroom (the organization behind Denver Comic Con) after the jump.

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(Books) Two new Xenomorph books just in time for Alien Day

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Alien: The Coloring Books and Aliens: Bug Hunt are musts for franchise fans

From the awesome folks over at Titan Books comes two new Xenomorph-filled books just in time for Alien Day! While Alien: The Coloring Book and Aliens: Bug Hunt are two very different books, both run the gamet through the Ridley Scott/H.R. Giger-created horror universe in new and exciting ways.

Alien: The Coloring Book is, as you guess, a coloring book that’s pages are filled with black and white illustrations from the first four films in the growing series. There may be a few abstract (but still awesome) renderings as well, but they’re all waiting for you to fill them in with graphic, eye-popping color.

Aliens: Bug Hunt is a brand new collection of short stories (18 in total) featuring the iconic movie monster in a number of new and movie-inspired scenarios. And again, both are available just in time for Alien Day, so pick them up and get your Xenomorph fix!

Read a short review and take a peek inside the pages of Titan Books‘ newest Alien/Aliens books after the jump.

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Debut STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI trailer teases Rey’s training and the end of the jedi

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi teaser trailer is thin but ominous

The long-awaited and highly anticipated first trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi is here! Director Rian Johnson (Brick, The Brothers Bloom, Looper) steps in to helm the ninth movie in the exploding franchise (technically Episode 8 as part of George Lucas’s originally planned 9-film epic), and it’s exciting to see how Johnson’s theatrical style lends itself to the Star Wars universe. I’m excited as a film fan, which isn’t saying much in comparison so some Star Wars die-hards, but I haven’t been following The Last Jedi as closely as most. The new teaser trailer is scarce on long shots but ends on an ominous note, and we’re bound to get plenty more before the movie hits theaters in December.

Watch the brand new trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, scope out a few screenshots, and see the first poster after the jump!

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First THOR: RAGNAROK trailer sees Mjolnir broken, Asgard destroyed, and Thor in trouble

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It’s Thor vs. Hulk in the first Thor: Ragnarok trailer

The first Thor: Ragnarok trailer debuts this morning to kick off our week with a strange, exciting, funny peek at the upcoming Marvel movie. Fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, myself included, have been curious to pull back the curtain on director Taika Waititi‘s Planet Hulk-inspired entry into the expanding franchise, and the first trailer proves to be worth the wait. Not only does it tip viewers off balance from the get-go, but it then proceeds to hit all the off notes in all the right ways. What’s going on here? Why’s it all feel so whacky and welcome? While the trailer is short and sweet, it hints at a movie that’s full of life and color, which is a staple of Waititi’s work (What We Do in the Shadows, Hunt for the Wilderpeople). November can’t come soon enough.

Watch the first official trailer for Thor: Ragnarok after the jump.

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