Less than two weeks from the release of the next installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, “Spider-Man: Far From Home“, in which Spider-Man gains a new ally in the form of Mysterio. Through this film he must learn to cope with the loss of his friend, Iron Man, in “Avengers: Endgame“. And even with all that actor Tom Holland has expressed what comic he wants made into a movie.Continue reading Tom Holland Wishes For Super-Hero Movie With Spider-Man And This X-Men Character
I was almost 7 when the original X-Men film came out in 2000. I remember when Wolverine made his first appearance and I thought he was the coolest person to ever exist. Wolverine, and in turn Hugh Jackman, was the whole reason I even had any interest in the X-Men. It’s a character many of us grew up with in film and had the pleasure and benefit of not seeing him recast or rebooted. Of course there has to be an end. Spoilers are ahead. Continue reading Logan…The End…
Check out these final domestic and international trailers for the latest film in the X-Men franchise. We’re relieved to see that some of the costumes look better in motion. Some of them. Continue reading “X-Men: Days of Future Past” Domestic and International Trailers
It seems Kitty Pryde may have a slightly bigger role in X-Men: Days of Future Past than many fans thought according to this clip. Still, we’d prefer her to do the time traveling. Continue reading New Clip From “X-Men: Days of Future Past”
Maybe he looks better in motion? Though, this Carl’s Jr. ad featuring Quicksilver says not so much. Continue reading New Quicksilver Still From “X-Men: Days of Future Past”
Have another sneaky peek at the upcoming X-Men: Days of Future Past with returning X-Men director Bryan Singer. Continue reading Bryan Singer Talks “X-Men: Days of Future Past” In This Featurette
Is there anything Sam Jackson can’t make cool? Check him out performing slam poetry about one of my favorite 90s shows Boy Meets World. Continue reading News Bites: Watch Samuel L. Jackson Perform Slam Poetry About “Boy Meets World”
by Anne W. Brennan
Two brothers who hunt the things that go bump in the night, contend with Heaven and Hell, and save the world. And still bicker like brothers – a lot.
A genius billionaire playboy philanthropist who saves himself from death every second of the day with an implant in his chest, and who uses that genius to bring peace to the world. With a little attitude.
Teenagers who, having been turned into monsters, still try to maintain their humanity and innocence in the face of thousands of years of war and blood. And have great parties every week.
Continue reading NO MORE HOLDING OUT FOR A HERO: Why TV & Movies Have More Fantastical Figures Than Ever Before