Deadpool 2 is imminently upon us. The movie has opened internationally and is less than a week away from its domestic landing. The Merc with a mouth is ready for his sophomore effort, and early reviews make it sounds like a hit. The fourth-wall-breaking anti-hero is in a tight spot though. It has to compete... Continue Reading →
The Russo brothers are ready to unleash Avengers: Infinity War on the world, but have bad news internet theorists. The brothers, who filmed the follow-up Untitled Avengers back-to-back with Infinity War, say that the dust will have to settle before an official title is revealed. The future of the MCU is uncertain. Is This Really That... Continue Reading →
Amid the news that a new Indiana Jones movie would go into soon with both Harrison Ford reprising the role and Steven Spielberg at the helm, there was also talk of a potential female Indy - Indiana Joan Spielberg says, clearly not understanding the female version of his character doesn't necessitate a last-name change... The bigger question... Continue Reading →
There’s a fine art to filmmaking. A suspension of disbelief that must be established in order to entertain while leaving viewers engaged. Accepting what’s happening on screen as a genuine window to another world is paramount. There are individuals that have made careers keeping the veil over our eyes. Make us forget that we aren’t... Continue Reading →
Step aside Whovians; there’s another phonebooth looking to make some trips around space and time if everything goes well. If someone told me there was still steam behind the potential Bill & Ted threequel a year ago, I would brush it off. Sure, there’s long been talk of a sequel, but Keanu Reeves always seems... Continue Reading →
Spielberg has challenged that movies made for SVOD services such as Netflix are more akin to the made-for-TV fare than anything seen at the local cinema. Should the fact that a Netflix original can be viewed from a phone disqualify it and everyone involved from getting an Oscar?
DC has seemingly handed the very bizarre and out-there Fourth World concept to DuVernay, a setting and set of very bizarre characters created by the late Jack Kirby.