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When you think of Christopher Nolan, chances are you don’t really think of brevity. His films are very entertaining, no doubt there, but they tend to be quite dense pieces of cinema that clock in around or above two-and-a-half hours or so. Show More Summary
Fantastic Four has not fared well so far in the movie world, Marvel's original first family and Stan Lee's favourite creation has been developed twice by Fox who have the rights to the series and its characters. It would be fair to say...Show More Summary
Yesterday, we were hit with the bombshell news that Han Solo directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller would be stepping down as directors of the Star Wars spinoff. The cited reason was creative differences, and based on the reports that followed, it sounds like that is most definitely the case. Show More Summary
This past weekend in Charlotte, North Carolina was one of the oldest comic book conventions in the South. Heroes Con was founded in 1982, by Shelton Drum, who is the owner of the Heroes Aren’t Hard To Find. Over the years this convention has built a reputation of being one of the few big conventions left that have a comic-first attitude. Show More Summary
In case you haven’t heard, directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller have stepped down as directors the Han Solo film. Sure, we’ve seen directors depart projects all the time, but it’s usually some time before the actual production of the film starts, not when they still have weeks of shooting left. Show More Summary
Will Ferrell discusses the first version of Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy.
Director Michael Bay disusses the future of the Transformers franchise.
The creator of Lost and The Leftovers is in talks to develop Watchmen for HBO.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is usually one steady-ass rock. The films are generally pretty darn good, and their timeline — while occasionally convoluted — is pretty easy to follow. We know where each film stands in relation to another, and understand the space they occupy in the same universe. Show More Summary
Well this doesn’t sound too good. Lucasfilm has just announced that directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller have departed the standalone Han Solo Star Wars film. Here’s what Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy had to say: “Phil Lord and...Show More Summary
It’s become incredibly popular to hate on the 1997 film Batman and Robin (Who am I kidding? It’s always been popular), and for good reason. The movie is complete and utter garbage. Based on everything Schumacher has said in the past,...Show More Summary
Before Benedict Cumberbatch essentially took over Hollywood a few years ago, starring in blockbuster movie franchises like Star Trek, The Hobbit, and Marvel films, he was just another dependable, respected, British actor working in relative obscurity. Show More Summary
Following the success of Wonder Woman, many fans started to wonder whether or not Wonder Woman’s role in the upcoming Justice League would change. After all, the DC Extended Universe has had four films so far, and of those four films, only one — Wonder Woman — has been praised universally as a good film. Show More Summary
It wasn’t that long ago that we were graced with the first two minute-long teaser for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, the latest entry in the long-running Star Wars saga. While the teaser had plenty of great imagery, the actual details it revealed in terms of plot and premise were minimal. Show More Summary
A few months back, we reported on Netflix experimenting with the idea of creating “choose your own adventure” series. This is definitely a cool idea, and a way that Netflix is continue to innovate beyond what standard networks have to offer. Show More Summary
At this stage in the franchise, it’s pretty easy to be cynical about Transformers. Michael Bay has directed all four existing films, and has also directed the upcoming Transformers: The Last Knight, the fifth entry in the series. SoShow More Summary
Without a doubt, Warner Bros. hoped that Wonder Woman would be a big success. However, there’s no way they could have predicted just how much of a success it would have been. Given that Patty Jenkins had only directed one theatrical feature before Wonder Woman, they were understandably risk averse. Show More Summary
Back when Disney purchased Lucasfilm in 2012, and announced there was a new trilogy in the works, I just assumed, albeit incorrectly, that the same director would head up each of the installments. As we know now Disney decided to give each episode a different director. Show More Summary
The twisted world of Dark/Web is slowly approaching. If you’ve ever needed a reason to fear the world the internet, this upcoming series is sure to give you one. With its healthy combination of both serialized and anthological storytelling, Dark/Web seems poised to scratch an itch that a lot of consumers are having. Show More Summary
It’s always a bit unsettling when you realize a promotional video for an upcoming film is some cross-promotional piece with another company. Oftentimes, they go out of their way to utilize some feature that would otherwise not have been highlighted, and the whole thing just comes across feeling fake and forced. Show More Summary