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What we know about Marvel’s next film, Captain America: Civil War (in theaters May 6, 2016), is that it’ll feature a divided group of superheroes, with Iron Man and Captain America on opposite sides of a government mandate to have more control over where they go and who they save.

Some new concept art has arrived online, and it finally reveals who… Continue reading New 'Captain America: Civil War' Concept Art Reveals Two Badass Superhero Teams

There’s a fierce argument to be made for Mad Max: Fury Road as the year’s best movie (at least up until this point), and it’s going to be interesting to see just how much George Miller’s post-apocalyptic masterpiece will be embraced come awards time (I think it deserves to be a Best Picture contender — but we’ll see). As the film roars to… Continue reading Watch: Even the 'Mad Max' Video Game Promos Are Badass and Awesome

With Guardians of the Galaxy about to arrive in theaters, Marvel and James Gunn are about to introduce one of the strangest major characters to ever appear in a movie to an unsuspecting populace. Yes, we’re talking about Rocket Raccoon, the genetically modified creature voiced by Bradley Cooper. However, Rocket is not alone! In fact, he joins an established pantheon of talking animal characters. However, he belongs to… Continue reading The Most Badass Talking Animals In Movies

The last season of Mob Wives was a roller coaster ride for founding cast member Drita D’avanzo, who switched up her role from throwing fists to playing the mediator of the group — and to top things off, she rekindled her troubled marriage with former “street guy” husband, Lee D’avanzo.

RadarOnline.com caught up with the Mob Wives star, and D’Avanzo shared in an exclusive interview about where this past season of… Continue reading Badass ‘Mob Wives’ Star Drita D’Avanzo Is Putting Down Her Fists So She Doesn’t End Up Like Co-Star Renee Graziano: I Fought My Whole Life, It’s Not Worth It

As a family of four mourn the loss of their soldier son, a clean-cut, Gosling-faced stranger arrives at their front door claiming to be his best friend and fellow soldier. He’s there because he says it’s his duty; that he promised his buddy he’d let his family back home know that his final words included messages of love to his mother, father, sister and little… Continue reading 'The Guest' Review: From the Makers of 'You're Next' Comes The Ultimate Badass '80s Movie