Former Verified Creator at MoviePilot
I love all things Superhero, WWE and film and TV in general, expect fan theories, articles and lots of discussion points!
I am also a keen musician, so expect content around music as well!
"I'm gonna hide this tape when I'm finished. If none of us make it, at least there'll be some kind of record....We still have nothing to go on... nobody trusts anybody now... and we're all very tired."
It was 1977, the year of my birth and a new TV pilot movie was being filmed in California. Not only was it a hit, but spawned one of the longest running and most influential TV shows of the era, whose legacy is still felt in the biggest movie franchise of all time.
"I fucking hate this job...Thank god it's breaktime!" Elise muttered under her breath as she walked away from the pass with another two plates.
In 2020, where just four short months has seen such seismic shifts in our lives it is easy to call this an unprecedented time. Music and entertainment have been decimated along with much of normal life by the sweeping wave of COVID-19. Nearly 50 years prior to lockdown, cancelled concerts and even singing bans becoming "the new normal" the world saw a similar seismic change.
Since Iron Man in 2008, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has grown from a surprise hit to the defacto most successful franchise in entertainment history.
(Any views expressed in this article are my own.) In the past week, the world has gone into meltdown, literally and figuratively. As temperatures soar around the globe, the internet has been aflame with a bitter battle over the firing of James Gunn from Guardians Of The Galaxy 3 by Disney, for tweets made years before he was hired by them.
It's January 2nd, 1984 and Terms of Endearment is the number one movie at the US Box Office. Return of the Jedi was the biggest movie of the last year and the rest of the year will see movies like Ghostbusters, The Terminator,Indiana Jones & The Temple of Doom & Beverly Hills Cop hit theaters.
Movie hype is nothing new, indeed it is now an integral part of the movie making process. The "machine" can make a movie sound like the greatest of all time, look like it is MUST-SEE, and generate millions in pre-sales.