Sick of Reboots, Sequels, and Extended Universes? Blame Classic Literature

Don't blame Michael Bay or Marvel for all the sequels, reboots, and extended universes. Blame William Shakespeare, Alexandre Dumas, and Mark Twain.

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What References, Depictions, and Themes Should We Anticipate in Fargo’s Season 3?

While this blog's last Fargo article gave you a list of ways to get hyped for the forthcoming third season, it didn't go very deep into what we've seen in Fargo so far and what we can expect in the third season. The following is some of what I expect to see in this upcoming third …

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The World Needs Bad Men: How the Bush Era Caused the Anti-Hero Wave that Gave Rise to Trump

Toward the finale of the 2016 election, Mike Huckabee took to Fox News to give a defense of Donald Trump that I’ve been mulling over in my head ever since. I see Trump as Capt Quint (Robert Shaw) on the boat, Orca, in the movie "Jaws." He's salty, drunk and says incorrect things. He spits …

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Bold Flavors: Why Christian Bale Should Portray Karl Welzein

You may not have heard of Karl Welzein yet.  As of now, he exists only in the realm of Twitter, but has amassed a following of nearly 25,000 Twitter Followers, a number which is constantly growing (he had around 4,000 followers in March, when What Should Bale Do began following him.) Karl Welzein is a …

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