Christopher Meloni Returning to ‘Law & Order’ in New Spinoff Series

By Johnny Brayson April 6, 2020

Law & Order: SVU is the longest-running live-action primetime scripted series in American television history. The crime drama debuted on NBC in 1999, and it’s still going strong today. When most people think of the series, they most likely picture Christopher Meloni’s Elliot Stabler and Mariska Hargitay’s Olivia Benson, as the pair rank as one...

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Ultimate Summer Movie ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Has Been Delayed Till Christmas

By Johnny Brayson April 3, 2020

If you were hoping to spend your Fourth of July doing your patriotic duty watching Tom Cruise pull extreme Gs in actual fighter jets in Top Gun: Maverick, we have some bad news. But if all you had on your Christmas list was watching Tom Cruise pull extreme Gs in actual fighter jets in Top...

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Sylvester Stallone Reveals Which Rocky Movie He’s Most Proud Of

By Johnny Brayson April 2, 2020

Everybody has their favorite Rocky movie. Whether you prefer the down-to-Earth realism of the Oscar-winning original or the campy slice of ’80s Americana that is Rocky IV, the sports franchise has something for everybody. But have you ever wondered which Rocky movie is Sylvester Stallone’s favorite? Well, wonder no more, as the star and creator...

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Watch the Crazy Camerawork That Shows How ‘1917’ Was Filmed

By Johnny Brayson March 31, 2020

We love a good war movie here at CHARGE!, and 1917 is a great one. The film, which took home three Oscars as well as the Golden Globes for Best Motion Picture – Drama and Best Director earlier this year, is most notable for the unique way in which it was filmed. Director Sam Mendes...

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How Chuck Norris Would Fight the Coronavirus

By Johnny Brayson March 30, 2020

The coronavirus is a foe unlike any in recent memory. The pandemic has ground the global economy to a halt, killed thousands, and caused millions to stay in their homes until it can be contained. Scientists and politicians have come up with a number of plans on how best to confront the threat, but there’s...

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Bodyslam Your Quarantine By Streaming Every WrestleMania for Free

By Johnny Brayson March 27, 2020

With many Americans stuck at home while the coronavirus pandemic rages across the land, people are getting pretty bored. And when people are bored and can’t leave the house, they often turn to the comfort of their televisions. Many streaming companies have started offering free trials in an attempt to steal some of those quarantined...

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You Can Now Watch the First 9 Minutes of Vin Diesel’s ‘Bloodshot’ Online

By Johnny Brayson March 26, 2020

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has affected virtually every type of business worldwide, and one of the hardest-hit sectors has been the movie industry. With many theaters around the world closed, productions shut down, and people being ordered to stay in their homes, almost no one is going to the movies. This has caused delays for...

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Why Action TV Peaked in the 1980s

By Johnny Brayson March 23, 2020

In some ways, the state of action on TV has never been better. Shows like The Mandalorian, The Witcher, and Stranger Things pile on the action with massive setpieces and blockbuster movie budgets, and they’re endlessly entertaining. But for fans of pure action, something about them feels a bit off. Between the mostly serial nature...

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Watch the First Clip from the ‘Reno: 911!’ Revival

By Johnny Brayson March 20, 2020

Reboots and revivals may be all the rage now, but they can be pretty hit or miss. More often than not, when a long-extinct movie franchise or TV series is brought back to life, whatever magic that worked the first time around is absent, making the continuation forgettable and regretful. But once in a while,...

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‘Arkansas’ Trailer Shows Southern Crime Has Gotten a Lot More Serious Since ‘Smokey and the Bandit’

By Johnny Brayson March 19, 2020

Crime in the southern United States has always been treated like a bit of a joke by Hollywood. In classic comedies like Smokey and the Bandit to more recent farces such as Logan Lucky, southern criminals are seen as goofballs and slackers. But in the new film Arkansas, southern crime is shown to be just...

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