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 on: September 30, 2019, 10:59:02 pm 
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 on: September 30, 2019, 10:56:07 pm 
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Showtime Looking To Bring Twin Peaks Back For Another Season
By Evan Lewis 6 hours ago
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We’re going to need some more coffee!

According to our sources – the same ones who told us Ewan McGregor was returning as Obi-Wan, and that the leads of Ghostbusters 3 would be young teens – Showtime is looking to bring back Agent Cooper and the cult classic horror drama Twin Peaks for at least one more season. Of course, it’s expected that David Lynch would return to helm the project as well, along with the majority of the main cast. Though details are still currently being ironed out, the fourth chapter of the acclaimed series would likely premiere in 2020.

Twin Peaks is a bizarre, unique show that first hit the airwaves way back on April 8th, 1990, on ABC. A decline in ratings led to its cancellation after just two seasons though, but it’s since gained a devoted cult following. Over the years, it’s been continually referenced throughout pop culture and is now often ranked as one of the greatest TV series of all-time.
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Following the executives’ decision to pull the plug early on the beloved show, a franchise was spawned. People desperately wanted more from this strange little town in the Northwest and the prequel movie Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me hit theaters soon after the series ended, along with several tie-in books.

The popularity of the franchise inspired Showtime to give the show a third season in 2017, 25 years after it was originally cancelled. The comeback season was once again spearheaded by original creators David Lynch and Mark Frost with much of the main cast from the first two seasons returning to reprise their iconic roles.

It isn’t hard to imagine that the show could come back yet again, as long as Lynch and company are all onboard. For now, though, all fans can do is keep their fingers crossed and their eyes peeled until an official announcement comes our way. In the meantime, keep checking back with We Got This Covered for the latest on this potential Twin Peaks revival.

 on: September 30, 2019, 09:49:04 pm 
Started by Final Dread, the Unquiet Earth, Ghostland, Armageddon - Last post by Final Dread, the Unquiet Earth, Ghostland, Armageddon
Tom Welling and Tyler Hoechlin’s Clark Kents Meet on Crisis Set

Superman’s future on the big-screen might be murky, but fret not: The CW has enlisted three different Men of Steel to make appearances throughout the network’s five-part Crisis on Infinite Earth crossover. It still isn’t clear if all three iterations of the character (played by Tyler Hoechlin, Tom Welling, and Brandon Routh) will share the screen at once. But now, we now know that Welling and Hoechlin will indeed have a scene together. Thanks to Lois Lane actress Elizabeth Tulloch, we have our first glimpse at this meeting of the Clarks.

Tulloch recently took to Twitter to share a behind-the-scenes look at Crisis’ Kent Farm set. With this, she’s given us a better idea of how Welling will appear when he returns to play Kansas’ favorite son. You can check out Tulloch’s image below.

RELATED: Krypton’s Cameron Cuffe Praises Brandon Routh’s Superman

At first glance, it certainly looks like Welling’s Clark towers over Hoechlin’s. But since Welling is standing closer to the camera, this might just be an issue of perspective. It also seems that the crossover aims to differentiate between the two Supermen by giving them unique wardrobes. Welling is clearly sticking to the plaid-loving farm boy look he popularized on Smallville’s earliest seasons. Meanwhile, Hoechlin is adhering to the dignified and professional appearance of The Daily Planet’s mild-mannered reporter.

Of course, this isn’t the Arrowverse’s first visit to Clark’s rural stomping grounds. Last year’s Elseworlds crossover also featured Kent Farm in a scene that was introduced with Remy Zero’s “Save Me;” which served as Smallville’s iconic theme song for 10 seasons. Returning to this familiar location is definitely going to be nostalgic for old fans the series.

Are you excited to watch Tom Welling and Tyler Hoechlin’s Clark Kents meet in Crisis on Infinite Earths? Tell us what you think in the comment section below!


 on: September 30, 2019, 08:19:06 pm 
Started by Britany Lincicum - Last post by Britany Lincicum
I received a phone call today from a man who owns a home that my deceased aunt and uncle used to own. I have never spoken to this man before, nor did I know who he was. He said he had had some paranormal experiences in the home and wondered if I would be open to talking to him about I did. The only thing I find puzzling or maybe a bit troubling is that they hear a little dog pitter patter up and down the hall and stairs constantly; nearly daily. My aunt had a little dog named peanut. My aunt died in the hospital. Peanut died waiting for her to come home. It breaks my heart to think peanut is still there waiting for my aunt Nancy to come home. If it were a person I could explain to them that they're dead and help them move on. I know it sounds crazy but does anyone speak dog well enough to tell me how to tell this little thing to crossover. How do you tell a dog that the person he's looking for is already in the light? Or is it possible this is just residual energy? Any thoughts? I feel strange to ask but, as as I said, the thought of it hurts my heart. Thank you.

 on: September 30, 2019, 04:09:06 am 
Started by Kendall Conway - Last post by Kendall Conway
 Giant wolf in my basement
Posted on 9-28-2019 |
By: KitKat | Location: Connecticut

Image Credit: CC BY-SA 3.0 Monsterteeth
This happened to me when I was in elementary school. I grew up in a family home, the house my great-grandfather built for his growing family back in the 40-50's. I know for a fact that no one had died in the house, but I was always freaked out in it. The basement terrified me the most.

The two generations before my mom were hoarders, so when my mom and I moved back into her childhood home after my parents split, it was full of stuff. The basement was mainly used to store all of my great-grandfathers things since he passed a few months after my birth. This made the basement dark and cluttered, leaving creepy shadows everywhere.

My mom tried to clean it up a bit and make a play room for me. She also had a small work out bench that was next to this tiny boiler/heater thing.

One day, my friend and I were sitting in the basement playing with some of my dolls. I don't remember why, but I decided to take a break and sit in the workout bench. For some reason I turned my head to look into the empty space above this heater, but it wasn't empty. Instead there was this giant wolf's head in the space.

It looked like a normal grey wolf, or at least what I think a normal wolf looks like. It was just staring at me. I turned to my friend to see if she had reacted to it, but she was still enthralled by the dolls. I glanced back at the wolf, but it was snarling this time.

Needless to say I was terrified so I grabbed my friend and ran upstairs. I didn't tell her why we left in such a hurry because I didn't wanna scare her. It took me years to go back into the basement by myself. I told my mom and she just said it was a spirit guide or protector.

I don't know if she truly believed that or if she just wanted to make me feel better.

 on: September 30, 2019, 12:12:53 am 
Started by Kristin Moore - Last post by Kristin Moore

 on: September 30, 2019, 12:12:34 am 
Started by Kristin Moore - Last post by Kristin Moore
First Look At Brandon Routh’s Superman In Crisis on Infinite Earths
Robert WorkmanFriday, September 27, 2019

First Look At Brandon Routh’s Superman In Crisis on Infinite Earths

It’s been thirteen years since he played the Man of Steel, but Brandon Routh has finally suited up as Superman again. In addition to his role as Ray Palmer/The Atom in DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Routh will also portray an alternative version of Superman in The CW’s Crisis On Infinite Earth crossover. Now, fans can see his new costume in all its glory.

Via Comic Book Resources, The CW has released the first look at Routh in costume as Superman. It shows him as an older Clark Kent, complete with grey temples. But the costume is straight out of the Kingdom Come comic, including its iconic red and black symbol.


Just hours before, Routh posted a teaser image of the character on his Instagram page. It depicted him with Superman’s traditional hair curl in silhouette.

It was announced back in July that Routh will portray the iconic hero for the first time since the 2006 film, Superman Returns.
RELATED: Smallville Stars Reunite On Crisis Set

Supernatural’s Osric Chau recently joined the project as the New Atom, Ryan Choi. Additionally, Birds of Prey’s Ashley Scott as Huntress.

Crisis on Infinite Earths will kick off on December 8 in Supergirl. Part 2 will hit Batwoman on December 9, before The Flash takes part 3 on December 10. Then on January 14, 2020, Arrow and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow will wrap up the crossover.

What do you think about Routh’s Kingdom Come look? Let us know in the comments below!

Recommended Reading: Kingdom Come


 on: September 30, 2019, 12:10:10 am 
Started by Cult of the Sun, Night of the Unliving Doomed, Haunted Souls - Last post by Kristin Moore
Bob Iger Says New Spider-Man Deal Ends the Sony and Disney Feud
Blair MarnellFriday, September 27, 2019

Bob Iger Says New Spider-Man Deal Ends the Sony and Disney Feud

It’s been wild month since Sony pulled Spider-Man out of the MCU over a contract dispute with Disney/Marvel. For a few weeks, Sony seriously seemed to be willing a third Spider-Man movie with Tom Holland without any MCU connections. However, a new Spider-Man deal has been signed that will keep Holland in the MCU for at least one more solo film as well as an appearance in another Marvel movie.

Disney CEO Bob Iger responded to the new deal on Twitter, where he thanked Sony for sharing Spidey. He also declared an end to the Disney and Sony feud.

    Disney-Sony @SpiderMan feud ends. Kevin Feige to produce sequel!!!

    This certainly warms my heart! Thank you @Sony!

    — Robert Iger (@RobertIger) September 27, 2019

RELATED: Tom Holland Responds To New Spider-Man’s MCU Deal

The Spider-Man standoff was widely believed to be over money. Under the previous terms, Disney and Marvel only received 5% of first dollar gross from Spider-Man films. Disney reportedly wanted as much as 50% of the profits in a 50/50 co-financing deal. In turn, Sony wanted to maintain the original terms of the deal.

However, the new Spider-Man deal does give Disney a larger share of the box office. Sony still gets 75% of the film’s take, while Disney will get 25% and contribute 25% of the budget. But this may be only a temporary solution to a long term issue. It remains to be seen what Sony and Disney will want after the current deal expires.

Sony and Marvel’s next Spider-Man film will hit theaters on July 16, 2021.

Do you think this is really the end of the Sony and Disney feud over Spider-Man? Let us know in the comment section below!

 on: September 29, 2019, 11:15:36 pm 
Started by Kristin Moore - Last post by Kristin Moore
Venus was once a temperate, habitable world
Posted on Tuesday, 24 September, 2019 |

Could life have once existed on Venus ? Image Credit: NASA
A remarkable new study has suggested that until relatively recently, Venus was much like the Earth.
With surface temperatures exceeding 860 degrees and crushing atmospheric pressures that are more than 100 times those found on our own panet, the conditions on Venus are undeniably hellish.

According to a new study however, things weren't always this way.

Around 715 million years ago, the conditions on Venus were a lot more hospitable, with a mostly nitrogen atmosphere and the possibility of liquid water on the planet's surface.

The only reason that the planet is not still like this today in fact is because of a catastrophic event that released vast quantities of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.

Scientists have speculated that extensive volcanic activity may have been to blame.

"We need more missions to study Venus and get a more detailed understanding of its history and evolution," said Michael Way of the Goddard Institute for Space Science.

"However, our models show that there is a real possibility that Venus could have been habitable and radically different from the Venus we see today."

 on: September 29, 2019, 04:57:06 am 
Started by Hunter of the Dead, Corrupter of the Tomb, the Deadthings - Last post by Hunter of the Dead, Corrupter of the Tomb, the Deadthings

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