After a three month wait (which was far too long, if you ask me), we finally have another Suicide Squad trailer. And much like the last one, it's a real spectacle. Badass characters, hilarious one-liners, color, and an amazing soundtrack show the kind of movie we're about to get.
Despite how much we think we know about Batman v Superman (e.g. Doomsday), there are still a ton of plot points, roles, and Easter Eggs we don't know about. Two of the film's most persistent, yet still unconfirmed, rumors include the appearance of Jared Leto's Clown Prince of Crime and Jena Malone's Batgirl. Well, it seems like those rumors do indeed hold some weight, assuming this is real.
X-Men: The Last Stand seemed like an obvious movie to make. After establishing characters and plots for two movies, adapting one of the most popular X-Men storylines seemed like a surefire way to create more money for the franchise. It did do that, but took some severe criticism for its awkward pacing, use of characters, and deviation from the original storyline.
Fox's X-Men movies have been fairly divisive over the years. X-Men and X2: X-Men United were received incredibly well, while The Last Stand . . . not so much. First Class and Days of Future Past were also met with praise, but Wolverine's solo outings weren't. But with X-Men: Apocalypse, geared to bring the franchise to an even higher level, it's time we look back at the previous X-Men films. So below are some fun facts about the franchise!
Robert Downey Jr. is the star behind the Marvel Cinematic Universe. You could argue dozens of different things, saying it was a group effort, Kevin Feige created it all, Stan Lee is to thank, etc. But deep down, don't we all know that RDJ is the true leading man for the MCU? I think we do. Because of his charm on and off the screen, he's become an immensely popular actor/superhero. In real life, I totally understand. He's a cool guy! But why is his character famous within the world of the movies?
There's been a gush of new Batman v Superman photos and information in the past few days, causing tons of Internet buzz. That buzz will obviously increase in the next week or so as San Diego Comic-Con enters the fray with Warner Bros set to send shockwaves through the online comic forums. But with all this new information, we seem to be forgetting a small, forgotten mystery from many months ago:
The internet was stunned when Jodie Whitaker was announced as the new face of Doctor Who in July, and speculation about the show only increased when the new TARDIS team was disclosed a short while ago. Now, everyone is talking about Who once again, since the Thirteenth Doctor’s brand-new costume and TARDIS have finally been revealed. And no, there’s nary a black hoodie in sight.
Released to widespread acclaim, Thor: Ragnarok is pleasing audiences everywhere with its beautiful visuals and its screwball tendencies. However, it turns out that Thor: Ragnarok contains one of the most sobering subplots in the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, so much so that we are forced to reconsider the God of Thunder's movie series as a whole.
If 2017 has shown us anything, it’s that Jason Isaacs is — to quote Ferris Bueller — a righteous dude. Not only is he content with being a badass on Twitter and Instagram, Isaacs is also intriguing Trekkies everywhere with his compelling performance as Captain Lorca on Star Trek: Discovery.
THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR ROBOT WARS SERIES 10.
Take a look at the roster of upcoming movies set in the DCEU, and it's clear that Warner Bros. has big plans! Indeed, starting with Martin Scorsese's Joker movie, the DCEU is set to branch off into an Elseworlds label, where we'll see alternate versions of our favorite characters negotiating drastically different worlds.
It’s a great time to be a fan of acclaimed author Margaret Atwood. After all, Hulu’s serialized interpretation of The Handmaid’s Tale can now be officially referred to as a multi award-winning adaptation. Plus, we’re also set to enjoy Netflix’s realization of another Atwood classic, the historical fiction book Alias Grace.