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Damon Lindelof Doesn’t Think We Should Trust Superheroes

Damon Lindelof, who was a showrunner on one of my favorite shows of all time, that being LOST (if you thought season 6 was bad, give it another try, it does make sense!), will be adapting the fan favorite graphic novel Watchmen into a television series for HBO. Lindelof recently spoke at the Vulture Festival L.A., […]

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 5 Is Lost In Space

One of the oldest jokes in Hollywood — and it applies to both TV and film — goes something like, “never work with kids or animals” — I think W.C. Fields said it first. The logic being that kids and animals are scene stealers and otherwise unpredictable… it’s also a sign that you’re show or […]

Trailer Hits For Arrowverse Crossover Event!

It’s almost that time of year when all the characters from series such as Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Supergirl come together in one mammoth crossover event extravaganza. Last season, so our heroes fighting against an onslaught of aliens, but this year they plan to take a more distinctly personal approach. This crossover […]

Fantastic Beasts 2 Producer Says Sequel Has ‘Thriller Quality’

Last week saw the reveal of the title for the next film in the Fantastic Beasts franchise, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. In addition, we also got to see a cast photo, showing off many characters including Credence from the last film, a young Dumbledore, and Grindelwald himself, played by Johnny Depp. RELATED – […]

Kevin Feige Realizes That Marvel Has Fallen Into A Trilogy-Formula Trap

Thor: Ragnarok slammed the book shut on the God of Thunder’s trilogy, resulting in major changes for the character, his allies, and his homebase too. There’s literally no going back to the way things were, for a variety of reasons that I’m going to spoil below. Whether these are good or bad changes is up […]

Ant-Man And The Wasp Wraps Filming

Ant-Man and the Wasp has wrapped filming, the film’s director, Peyton Reed, made the announcement via his Twitter account. The film is one of the last to be released in Marvel Phase 3 with the final two films being Captain Marvel and who could forget, the fourth Avengers movie. You can see the post below. […]

This Stranger Things Star Can’t Be Told Spoilers Anymore

We live in a very spoiler-sensitive society. Given that most of today’s shows and movies are heavily serialized, virtually any knowledge of the upcoming film/episode is looked at with extreme ridicule. Yet ironically enough, we still hunt for spoilers and details at every turn. The poor folks caught in the middle tend to be actors. […]

Paul Feig Wishes Ghostbusters Hadn’t Turned Into A Cause

Last year saw the release of the female-centric Ghostbusters reboot. While the movie itself was a fun little movie, fans had some real feelings about it long before it even came out. Rather than it just be a movie, it really became a rallying cry for feminists, and some fans fought back against that idea […]

Henry Cavill Has One More Movie Left In His Contract

Spoilers for Justice League follow below Whether you love it, hate it, or have mixed feelings about it, Justice League is here. The very harsh RottenTomatoes has the film sitting at a 37 percent on the Tomatometer, while the much more forgiving IMDb rating is a very respectable 7.5/10 (though to be fair, anyone can throw […]

Are Star Wars: Battlefront II’s ‘Pay To Win’ Mechanics Actually A Form Of Gambling?

Star Wars: Battlefront 2 from EA was officially released at midnight Friday morning. However it has been available to play for people with EA access (on Xbox only) and those who purchased special editions for most of last week. The game is out now for PS4, Xbox One and PC.   It’s no coincidence that SW: […]

Coco: Anthony Gonzalez On The Joys Of Landing A Pixar Film

Coco is a film about reaching out and seizing your dreams. Miguel is a character whose family has been keeping him from his dream his entire life, but it’s not until the events in the film that he actually reaches for it, in spite of their protests. Portraying the character Miguel is young actor/singer Anthony […]

Why We Won’t Be Getting A Justice League: Ultimate Edition

Right now, some fans are petitioning to see a Zack Snyder cut of Warner Bros.’ latest film, Justice League. Given the film’s troubled history, we can definitely see where they’re coming from. This is a movie that’s faced a lot of rewrites and reshoots, and based on the finished product, it seems very clear that […]

Quentin Tarantino’s New Film About Two Men Looking To Get Into The Film Business

Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming ninth feature has been shrouded in mystery. Earlier reports stated that the film covered the Charles Manson murders, and even after Tarantino cleared up the matter, outlets kept on reporting that the film would indeed be about said murders. RELATED – Turns Out Quentin Tarantino’s Next Movie WON’T Be About The Charles […]

Justice League Stumbles At The Box Office, Lowest Grossing DCEU Opening Yet!

This past weekend saw the releases of three wide releases, including Justice League, the latest entry in the DC Extended Universe, the drama film Wonder, and the religious animated film, The Star. In first place with $94 million is Justice League ($2 million lower than initially estimated). While this would be considered a good opening […]

Star Wars: The Last Jedi New TV Spot Puts Focus On Rey and Luke

We are Certainly getting into the heavy marketing phase now for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, with this being the 10th TV spot to be released recently and more than likely not the last. Related – Star Wars: The Last Jedi ‘Awake’ TV Spot Teases Its Darker Tone I must say I have been trying […]

Han Solo – Phil Lord and Chris Miller Break Their Silence On Being Fired From The Project

With the exception of showing great faith in J.J. Abrams and Rian Johnson, Dinsey and Lucasfilm have not had a lot of luck with directors, removing Josh Trank and Colin Trevorrow from their planned entries in the Star Wars saga, essentially replacing Gareth Edwards for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and firing directors Chris […]

New A Wrinkle In Time Trailer Is Super Trippy!

A Wrinkle In Time is shaping up to be one of Disney’s most unique upcoming projects, from its stunning visuals to its diverse cast. The latest trailer gives us an even better look at what may be Disney’s most exciting non-Marvel or Star Wars release of 2018. Watch it now! Based on the novel of […]

Justice League: Danny Elfman Hates When Reboots Scrap Old Theme Songs

Danny Elfman knows superhero scores. Though he has done many, his standouts are the classic themes from Batman (1989) and Batman Returns, his amazing Spider-Man (2002) and Spider-Man 2 scores, and some supplemental music for Avengers: Age of Ultron. Though John Williams’ Superman score predates Elfman’s Batman theme, one could still consider Elfman the architect […]

Batman Assembles The Worst Team Ever In This Justice League Parody

A clever new Justice League parody video from the youtube channel Funny or Die shows Ben Affleck’s Batman once again assembling a team of superheroes, more specifically the B team. Using clips of the Justice League trailers paired with scenes from some really bad superhero movies, the trailer pulls off a hilarious mashup. It seems the Caped […]

Incredibles 2 Teaser Trailer Is Finally Here!

After nearly 15 years after the original film hit theaters, Pixar has finally released the teaser trailer for the sequel, Incredibles 2. The new teaser shows off baby Jack-Jack, who when we last saw him was still cycling between several different abilities. It doesn’t seem like much has changed since then, and he still hasn’t […]

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