For the past twelve years, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been a mutant-free zone. And attempts to turn the Inhumans into the MCU's take on mutants ended up falling flat. But now that Disney has purchased many Fox assets, including the film rights to the X-Men and the Fantastic Four, Marvel has the chance to introduce mutants. The question everyone asks is, "is it too late?"
It's out, The Batman costume test with Robert Pattinson. Of course, people are already making their voices heard. You can find plenty of likes and plenty of dislikes. Kevin Smith reportedly loves it. Meanwhile, some are comparing it to Netflix's Daredevil. Let us look beyond pure aesthetic taste. You can like it or hate it, not the case here. Robert Pattinson's costume from this teaser can already tell us about the story and this Batman.
There is no doubt that both Joker and Parasite have created a stir in the world of cinema and very much both deserve to take home Best Picture - in my opinion they are both jarring works of art that directly point a bold finger at how people suffer as as a result of wealth inequality, but they accomplish this in different ways. In this article, I will compare Joker and Parasite and demonstrate the similarities and differences between the narrative structures and representations within these two Best Picture nominees.
During the 2020 Superbowl, fans finally got a teaser for the new Marvel Cinematic Universe TV series coming to Disney Plus.
On January 25, Google released its Black History Month commercial for 2020 entitled The Most Searched: A Celebration of Black History Makers.
It has been a long year of watching lots of anime and I still haven't caught up on all the anime that I wanted to watch from last year. Even so, I managed to watch a good amount that I found amazing and have inspired me to put this list together. So here we have it! My top picks from 2019!
Dinner in America (US Dramatic Competition, January 24)
January 13th marked the announcement of this year’s Oscar nominees, with Joker, 1917, The Irishman and Once Upon a Time… In Hollywood front-running with the most nominations. Despite yearly protests to diversify the Academy Awards, this year had people calling #OscarsSoWhite yet again, with Cynthia Erivo being the only person of colour nominated in an acting category.