Disney is still working to keep the kids busy and tuned into Disney+, confirming that Phineas and Ferb The Movie: Candace Against the Universe, from Disney Television Animation, will arrive exclusively on Disney+ on Friday, August 28. Phineas and Ferb The Movie: Candace Against the Universe is an adventure story that tracks stepbrothersContinue Reading

The new Batman film, The Batman, will feature an all-star cast as the rogue gallery, including Catwoman, The Riddler, The Penguin and possibly others. Peter Skarsgaard has been cast as Gil Colson, a possible spin-off of a high-power District Attorney named Gil Mason. On Batman: The Animated Series is a patsy for theContinue Reading

Disney will turn to an A-list actress to head their Pirates of the Caribbean franchise as it heads into a new chapter, one with less or no Jack Sparrow. Margot Robbie (Suicide Squad, I Tonya) star has been hired to reunite with Birds of Prey and Bumblebee screenwriter Christina Hodson for theContinue Reading

HBO’s adaptation of The Watchmen, a popular Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons comic book series, looks to extended the franchise and kicked off with tie to horrible race crimes and animosity in the first two episodes, deepening a few characters’ backstories before delivering a “big twist.” REVIEW THE WATCHMEN EPISODEContinue Reading

While not a re-make, the 1960 Magnificent Seven film adapted Akira Kurosawa’s 1954 Japanese film Seven Samurai to the Old West with an all-star cast: Yul Brynner, Eli Wallach, Steven McQueen, Charles Bronson, Robert Vaughn and James Coburn. A gang of bandits, led by Calvera (Wallach), raids a poor Mexican village for food andContinue Reading

While the 1986 comic book series was a pop culture phenomenon, the 2009 film by Zack Snyder failed miserably at capturing the human sensibilities, humor and divided fans greatly over a modified ending. Now HBO takes a stab at enhancing the universe by conflating race relations in the Watchmen context. After aContinue Reading

The Coen Brothers’ remake of the 1969 Henry Hathaway picture, True Grit, starring Jeff Bridges, is both entertaining and shockingly superior to the original with John Wayne. With a darker and more humorous approach, Bridges now takes the Wayne role of Reuben “Rooster” Cogburn, an obnoxious alcoholic U.S. Marshal, hiredContinue Reading

Fans of Roswell, New Mexico season 2 enjoyed the finale this week, surprising fans with a “different version” of Max Speaking via TVLine, executive producer Carina Adly MacKenzie spoke about the twist, confessing that “Very little,” was planned out early in the season. “But after years of watching Nina Dobrev pull doubleContinue Reading

Now that Disney bought Fox and subsequently right to the The Incredible Dr. Pol, more fans will learn about the summer fun: The Incredible Dr. Pol “4th of Pol-Y” summer celebration. In a YouTube Live post on June 13, 2020, Dr. Pol’s son, Charles, made the big announcement about the upcoming marathonContinue Reading

30 years later, Gremlins 2 prompts some fun fan discussion about the bizarre, highly-funded sequel. Director Joe Dante reflected on the film and Yahoo detailed those highlights. “It was much more comprehensive, many more gremlins than there were in the first movie,” Dante told Yahoo Entertainment during a 2015 Director’s ReelContinue Reading

The future of some TV shows are being determined right now, so here’s an update on NBC’s Manifest, ABC’s The Baker and the Beauty and Indebted at NBC. MANIFEST TVLine reported that NBC has indeed renewed Manifest for a third season. The supernatural family drama wrapped season 2 with aContinue Reading

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The Oscar Award winning Gladiator, a massive hit for Ridley Scott in 2000, spawned immediate talks of a sequel, but serious production plans moved forward last year as writer Peter Craig was reportedly attached to the project to write a script. Now, producer Douglas Wick’s spoke with Comic Book with excitingContinue Reading

Among some of the greatest westerns is A Fistful of Dollars, the first film release in the “Dollars Trilogy,” famous for Sergio Leone’s The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. While Clint Eastwood became a superstar when these films arrived in America, fans seems to underestimate the excellence of thisContinue Reading

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Over fifty years later, Sergio Leone’s The Good, the Bad and the Ugly is still widely stands as the Best Western Film of All-Time. The 1966 epic which catapulted Clint Eastwood’s fame is also much more than a cowboys-and-Indians film with groundbreaking storytelling techniques which inspired filmmakers for decades. TheContinue Reading

Blumhouse found incredible success with The Invisible Man and is set to reboot Dracula, directed by Karyn Kusama (The Invitation). Now the iconic vampire tale will get a new look, seemingly to adhere to Bram Stoker’s classic novel. “It’s a fairly faithful adaptation of Bram Stoker’s novel,” Kusama begins. “I thinkContinue Reading

As the George Floyd case inspires rallies and protests, Warner Bros opened up Just Mercy to screen digitally for free. Starring Michael B. Jordan (Creed, Black Panther) and Jamie Foxx (Ray, Django Unchained), the film, directed by Destin Daniel Cretton, Just Mercy is the telling of Bryan Stevenson, the founderContinue Reading