When preparing footwear in Westeros, one has to consider the weather. Is winter coming? If so, a nice pair of tennis shoes might not be the way to go. Even so, who doesn’t love some nice tennis shoes?
The day is drawing closer when Joaquin Phoenix will join the annals of superhero history as one of the few actors to portray the Joker in the flesh. Joker has entered the editing process, and to celebrate director Todd Phillips has posted a new, enigmatic image of the Crown Prince of Crime.
Before Jordan Peele was one of the best horror directors in the business, he was one half of the comedy duo Key & Peele, whose sketch show ran for five seasons from 2012 to 2015. Hopefully you know this already. But if you don’t, the show’s YouTube is ready to introduce you to one of their many, many delightful…
Is it just me, or is Idris Elba in everything lately? His prospective genre film list is blowing up—from Hobbs and Shaw, to The Suicide Squad, and now Mouse Guard. He’s even in Cats! Elba is going all-in on being our rugged genre fiction hero, and I’m here for it.
All of the Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures shorts are brilliant. But there’s one moment in this one, starring Yoda and Luke, that I absolutely adore.
It’s almost time for a giant monster smorgasbord. The kaiju are coming in just a couple of months in Godzilla: King of the Monsters, and only Godzilla himself can protect mankind from what awaits.
With news that James Gunn would return to helm Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 3 after all, DC fans were left wondering: what about The Suicide Squad, Gunn’s upcoming DC film?
Captain Marvel has two identities. She’s Carol Danvers, Air Force pilot, human woman of Earth. She’s also a Kree warrior, an elite pilot fighting a galactic war. This concept art emphasizes that second identity—portraying her as something fundamentally more alien than we see in the films.
Gosh, y’all. This movie is going to have everyone in it.
Ralph Fiennes, great actor that he is, is probably more recognizable these days in sinister supervillain makeup than he is outside of it. That’s because he played Voldemort in the Harry Potter series, an iconic role that he filled excellently.
Avengers: Infinity War is such a sprawling, complex movie that, a year later, new tidbits come out about its production that surprise and delight me.
Specifically, for Superman IV. Oh, Superman IV.
Star Wars Celebration is almost here, which means it’s time for some fantastic art. And this print, by Michael Pasquale, is one of the best I’ve seen.
Mark Ruffalo’s propensity for spoilers is, at this point, beyond a running gag, even though, so far as we know, he’s been on his best behavior regarding Avengers: Endgame. And while that joke may be losing its luster, this one still got a few laughs out of me.
Surprise! In the embattled saga of slow-moving DC movies, bet you didn’t see that one coming.
Recently, at SXSW, Neil Gaiman and the cast of Good Omens showed off some footage from the upcoming series and discussed its origins and shape. And according to Neil Gaiman himself, there was more to getting this work adapted than just his desire to see it unfold on the screen.
Okay, so we can acknowledge that plot holes aren’t the end-all be-all of film criticism, but that doesn’t mean they don’t, occasionally, bother us. And here’s one that’s undoubtedly sticking in fan’s craws: Okay, so if Nick Fury had this super powerful friend that he could page when there was danger, why didn’t he do…
When Bruce Banner gets angry, he turns into a giant green rage monster. Which is a compelling dramatic choice for a superhero story. After all, being able to shout and jump around and break things makes for good action. But what if he turned into something else?
The new Duck Tales cartoon has a lot of sentimental good will to build off of. After all, it’s following up on the legacy of a beloved cartoon, which itself stands as the poster child of the entire Disney Afternoons collection of cartoons, seen by many as one of Disney’s best eras for interesting animation.
Sometimes, all a story needs to grab you is a scene. A line. A glance at the camera. All Darlin’ needs is about forty seconds.