Oh my gosh! The new Star Wars movie has officially been titled Star Wars: The Last Jedi! How epic is that?! Naturally, as fans, we start to speculate what could the title tell us about the next movie in the Skywalker Saga. Well, I am here to tell you, like millions of other people in the world, I […]
I do not think it’s any secret that Warner Brothers is going with an older, more veteran Batman, see Ben Afflack casting. With this we are able to draw parallels to Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns. A quick breakdown: Batman retired and came back some odd years later. How does this tie in with the theory?
‘m going to flat out say it, HORROR MOVIES OF THE PAST DECADE, for the most part, ABSOLUTELY SUCK! They were good once upon a time, believe it or not. Back in the day of the Psycho and other Alfred Hitchcock movies ,to the 70’s and 80’s slasher franchises of Halloween, Friday the 13th, and Nightmare on Elm Street, to the 90’s Silence of the Lambs and Wes Craven’s satirical masterpiece of Scream, to the 2000’s remakes and paranormal movies? What happened to good horror movies?
Universal is in first place with 25% of the market share, Disney is in second place with 19.7% of the market share. The bad news for Universal is that they have one more major release to go, Minions, however, some may argue Straight Outta Compton but due to its R rating, its audience will be restricted. So why is this bad news? Because Disney has two giants left for the year: Ant Man and Star Wars.
Hello all! The other day, Universal Entertainment tweeted this cryptic photo teasing some Back to the Future news. Many have speculated at what it could mean. As we all know, Marty McFly came to the year 2015, Chicago Cubs fan rejoice, and 2015 happens to be the 30th anniversary of the franchise’s initial film, 80’s […]
Yesterday, Marvel/Disney released its third trailer for the Avengers: Age of Ultron, and boy did it not disappoint. The trailer was awesome! The first takeaway from the trailer is that the trailer clearly sets up a darker, more serious movie, as opposed to the first Avengers movie. I think that the darker tone will allow […]
By now everyone knows, Spider-Man is back with Marvel (somewhat). Even though Spider-Man can be in Marvel Cinematic Universe movies, doesn’t mean that Marvel completely has him back. Judging by the language in the Marvel press release, Spider-Man will remain with Sony and Sony will finance and produce Spider-Man standalone films. With that out the […]