In 2012, Walt Disney Pictures brought out its 52nd animated feature film with Wreck-It Ralph, a movie that focused not on the heroes of video games but a villain. Making the audience relate and care about a video game villain who wants to be a hero was brilliantly executed and entertaining for both kids andContinue reading “He’s Gonna Wreck It: 1st trailer for ‘Wreck-It Ralph 2’ brings Ralph to the Interwebs.”
As a comic book fan, one of my favorite heroes is Spider-Man. While he can join any hero team, he’s on his own a lot. When you are a singular hero, you have your own Rogues Gallery of villains and anti-heroes to go against. One of the most famous is the other side of theContinue reading “Tom Hardy looks to face his demons in ‘Venom.’”
Ryan Reynolds really knows how to sell us on a movie that he believes in. In 2016, Reynolds brought a passion project to life by giving us an honest-to-God comic-book hero for adults with Deadpool. Fully redeeming the atrocious display that we saw in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, he made audiences laugh as the indestructible, red spandexContinue reading “Meet Cable and more fourth-wall breaking in new ‘Deadpool 2’ trailer”
When it comes to the Super Bowl, all sports fans gather to watch one last game of NFL football before the offseason commences. While the game might be the main event, there are a few other things to look forward to like the expensive commercials and a half-hour halftime show. For the entertainment geek inContinue reading “Big Game Spots spawns full-length trailers for the Summer slate of movies”
Marvel Studios brought one of the original comic book Avengers to life in 2015 with Ant-Man. A movie that went through small hurdles such as losing Edgar Wright as a director and moving Peyton Reed into the director’s chair, Marvel’s small-time heist film with big stakes paid off as Paul Rudd used his comedic chopsContinue reading “Action, both big and small, highlight first ‘Ant-Man and The Wasp’ trailer”
After much speculation and many ticket purchases, Oscar nominations have been revealed. Nominations for the 90th annual awards were announced this morning in Beverly Hills, California.
Deadpool’s shocked face should say it all.
In case anyone hasn’t been paying attention, Hollywood has been on a pop culture-fueled train; the ’80s seemingly being the core focus as movies and television try to prove that what is old can be new again. When done well, shows like Netflix’s hit Stranger Things to movies such as Emma Stone’s Easy A, pop culture fromContinue reading “Are you ‘Ready Player One’?”
The Jurassic Park franchise is one of the best of all time, the first film being the crown jewel. While I didn’t get to experience this energetic and exciting adventure until I was older, I’ve grown to appreciate the imagination of Steven Spielberg and the ideas of dinosaurs in modern times.
In 2008, Marvel Studios began their connected universe with the first Iron Man film. After Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury met with Robert Downey Jr’s Tony Stark, letting him know “you’ve become part of a bigger universe,” we have gone on many adventures, seen classic heroes come to life, and battles waged against friends and foesContinue reading “Marvel’s heroes team up to combat Thanos in first ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ trailer”