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Vince Gilligan

Superhero Film ‘Hancock’ With No Superhero Ancestry Proves Bold But Deadly Decision

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CHICAGO – With superhero films as hot in 2008 as psychedelics were in the 1960s, the new blockbuster superhero film “Hancock” fits in with the label but without any of the ancestry.

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