Okay, there seems to be some confusion about this Wonder Woman: Director's Cut recently rated by the MPAA. To make things clear, this is not for the live-action film this year. This was for the animated film back in 2009. How would the Wonder Woman film that’s coming out this year have already been rated … Continue reading No, Wonder Woman Will Not Be Rated R
Guest review by: Callum The Critic Check out his film review blog here I think the first step of making a truly excellent piece of cinema is attitude. If you go down a checklist of the technical things that are considered necessary for good filmmaking and good storytelling, following modern conventions of cinematography, lighting, acting and … Continue reading Logan review: A Future Classic
According to an article on Comic Book Resources, Marvel Chief Creative Officer, Joe Quesada, confirms that Marvel Studios has the rights to Namor! Not only that but Quesada was recently on an episode of Kevin Smith's 'Fatman on Batman' where he confirmed this detail! You can check out the audio here. It starts around the … Continue reading Marvel Studios Has The Rights To Namor!
Ryan Reynolds announces the 12 days of Deadpool. The actor in full costume as the Merc with mouth gives us a sneak peak each day, starting today, into the Deadpool movie leading up to an new official trailer release on Christmas Day. Watch the video below for the announcements. https://youtu.be/xdzhHQbVMZs Based upon Marvel Comics’ most … Continue reading 12 Days of Deadpool
Hey there, fellow freaks and geeks! M here with an opinion piece article. Now, something about this is that I have already wrote this for an essay in my English class but I have decided to post some of it here along with new input. What this will be about is how superhero movies have … Continue reading The Nolan Way: “Criticism” on Dark Superhero Movies
Could This Mean Trouble? Or A Blessing in Disguise? Deadline is reporting that Rupert Wyatt (Rise of the Planet of the Apes, The Gambler) is dropping out of the Gambit solo movie, starring Channing Tatum (21 Jump Street, Magic Mike) and Lea Seydoux (SPECTRE). Why the sudden exit? Gambit was supposed to begin filming in … Continue reading ‘Gambit’ Loses It’s Director
Fox has released a new banner, poster, and photos giving fans their first look at the many villains coming to Gotham season two. You can see several of the villains in the banner and poster, but two newcomers get individual images of their own. In the gallery below you’ll see billionaire Theo Galvin (True Blood’s … Continue reading Gotham Season 2: Dawn of Villains