There’s been lots of talk over the Lion King remake as well as Cats since, unlike things like The Jungle Book, they feature entirely animal casts. Which really means it’s an entirely CGI cast.
Comic book fans know what they like—and this is not it! Welcome to WatchMojo, and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the "Top 10 Marvel Moments That Made Fans Rage Quit."
Friends is one of my favorite shows of all time. I have memorized most of the lines, I know the episodes off by heart, and the jokes make more sense to me now that I am older. My boyfriend recently watched a video on Facebook where the creator took away the laugh track, and added creepy sounding music to certain clips of Ross. I must say, dear Lord, I have never seen anything more mortifying. For example, there was an episode shortly after Ross gets a divorce, and the episode is about Ross's sandwich and how he gets upset about the fact that, I believe, his supervisor or colleague had mistakenly eaten this sandwich. You take away the laugh track, and Ross becomes one of the creepiest guys there is. Especially when he finds out that Donald had eaten his sandwich. His facial expressions and his reactions all scream "serial killer."
No matter how we feel about it, the film industry values franchises above all else now. The summer Box Office has been dominated by returning franchises and rebooted hits, to differing results. It's a strategy however, that is hard to argue with. You need to look only at the success of the Marvel cinematic universe, with Avengers: Endgame recently becoming the highest grossing film in history.
We saw the final two episodes from Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s sixth season land August 2, 2019. Once again, the fate of the world is on the brink of disaster, and only S.H.I.E.L.D. can save the day.
You know what? I don’t get it. It’s a fucking nightgown. A gown. Like a full on long blue nightgown. I know, I know. She’s not the problem. It’s not her. It’s just that she caters to him and I’m so freaking over it. He’s all excited, because he never wants to grow up, bla, bla, and bla. Still. He’s grown enough and jumping through the window of a girl/woman/whatever in the middle of the night and yammering on about being able to fly or something like that. In most places, in most worlds, that’s just plain creepy and really ill advised and inappropriate in today’s climate.
We all have that special someone in our life who we affectionately call a “geek”. While middle schoolers might think this to be an insult, adults know better: being a geek means being openly passionate about something that means the world to you. It doesn’t matter if you have a Star Wars nerd or a tech geek in your life, we bring you a list of things you can get them that will make them happy, while simultaneously making their lives a bit easier.
It is not a surprise or even debatable that DC has a lot of catching up to when it comes to movies. Marvel's well organized and cinematic universe has proved to be extremely successful and with DC's foot in the door with movies like Wonder Woman and Shazam, there is a lot of potential with DC's next phase of movies as long as they plan everything right. Here are some comic book heroes that could and should be part of the DC Extended Universe.
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As a teenager, I was really into Anime, but as I grew older, I also lost interest in anime. In recent years, I have maybe only watched three, the first being SoA, the second being Erased and the third being Anohana.
Everyone knows about the so-called streaming wars, but, like most would be gimmicks, have brushed the whole thing off as another cheap marketing ploy to gain subscribers. This war is something that seems amusing when trying to get people’s attention when something big happens at Netflix, or someone makes a move over to Hulu. But most of the time, viewers just scroll past those headlines because they do not know the sheer gravity of the situation.