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    The Dose: Marvel Comics Review Roundup for Feb. 11, 2015

The Dose: Marvel Comics Review Roundup for Feb. 11, 2015

Nicholas Friedman / Features Editor On the curtails of a tremendous week for Marvel in co-producing Spider-Man, this week’s comic book released are short and sweet, continuing some big Marvel multiverse plot lines and opening up new possibilities in the recently reacquired Star Wars universe. “The Black Vortex” continues, the X-Men return to their own dimension and Darth Vader gets some time in the spotlight. Star Wars: Darth Vader #1 Writer: Gillen /

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    The Dose: Spider-Man to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe

The Dose: Spider-Man to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Nicholas Friedman / Features Editor In a report released tonight, Marvel announced plans to co-produce the future of the Spider-Man film franchise, beginning with an appearance by Spidey in an undisclosed upcoming Marvel Studios Film. In what will presumably be “Captain America: Civil War,” the web-swinger will then star in his own film on July 28, 2017, as part of a new creative direction from Marvel Cinematic Universe mastermind Kevin

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    The Dose: The Legend of Zelda, a Netflix original

The Dose: The Legend of Zelda, a Netflix original

Nicholas Friedman / Features Editor This week, reports claimed that Nintendo was developing a new live-action series with Netflix adapting one of its most beloved properties, The Legend of Zelda. This new, assuredly episodic series would focus on the hero Link as he fights through hordes of enemies and solves puzzles to rescue the Princess Zelda and save the kingdom of Hyrule. The worries here are simple: how can you translate

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    The Dose Liveblog: The 57th Grammy Awards

The Dose Liveblog: The 57th Grammy Awards

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    The Dose: Marvel Comics Review Roundup for Feb. 4, 2015

The Dose: Marvel Comics Review Roundup for Feb. 4, 2015

Nicholas Friedman / Features Editor This week’s comic book releases bring us the second outings of the Skywalker Gang and everyone’s favorite Ant-Man, Scott Lang, as well as a peculiar Guardians of the Galaxy/X-Men crossover and the second-to-last outing of Matt Fraction’s Hawkeye. Enjoy the fact that we didn’t get an awful blizzard and check out what this week’s Marvel comics have to offer. If you’re interested in comics, be

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    Liveblog: the commercials of Super Bowl XLIX

Liveblog: the commercials of Super Bowl XLIX

The Editorial Board / Live Blog The Dose is the North Texas Daily’s special section for entertainment reviews, including movies, TV, music and literature. Look here for all critical content and reviews, and share your opinions with us in the comment section or on social media. Enjoy. 

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    The Dose: 57th Grammy Award predictions

The Dose: 57th Grammy Award predictions

There have been better years for music, but the 57th annual Grammy’s are on Sunday, Feb. 8. Six of the editors predicted the outcome of all the major categories. Read ours and share yours. Record of the Year “Stay With Me (Darkchild Version)” by Sam Smith Album of the Year  “Beyonce” by Beyonce Song of the Year “Shake It Off” by Taylor Swift Best New Artist  Bastille Best Pop Solo

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    Fresh Beats: “American Beauty/American Psycho”

Fresh Beats: “American Beauty/American Psycho”

Nicholas Friedman / Features Editor Fall Out Boy’s remaining fans are few and far between – there are dozens of us. While many jumped ship following the release of its third studio album, “Infinity on High,” others kept up with the band. After returning from the end of its hiatus in 2013 and the release of the feature-heavy, pop-carried “Save Rock & Roll,” fans were eager to see what Pete

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    Review: Bradley Cooper An Elite Actor In ‘American Sniper’

Review: Bradley Cooper An Elite Actor In ‘American Sniper’

Dalton LaFerney / Views & Digital Editor “American Sniper” not only deserves the applause of movie critics and the prestige of Hollywood gold, but it’s also a film that should be screened in psychology classes. It’s the kind of film that offers beautiful symbolism, bringing to life a true story. This Clint Eastwood film is one of his best, and is more than a film about a sniper’s kills. It

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Winner winner, chicken dinner: Golden Globes predictions

Editorial Board The 72nd Golden Globe Awards are Sunday, Jan. 11 on NBC. Here are the editors’ predictions for all categories, but does not include the Best Foreign Language Film category. Best Motion Picture, Drama: -“Selma”  Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama: -Rosamund Pike for “Gone Girl”  Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama: -Steve Carell for “Foxcatcher” Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy: -“The Grand Budapest Hotel” Best

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