Based on the Marvel comic series by Chris Claremont and Bill Sienkiewicz, Legion follows the trials and tribulations of David (Dan Stevens), a man believed to be schizophrenic who is actually a mutant. Recently, the series was given the good news of an extra episode on its sophmore season, for a total of 11. Now there is more good news…
Other than Christopher Nolan‘s Batman Trilogy and the recent Wonder Woman film, DC has struggled to find their feet on the big screen. Films like Batman V. Superman, and The Justice League have definitely not met studio (or fan) expectations. Each Marvel film seems to have a bigger following than previous films while DC films seem to get more complaints. The discussion on Marvel films is the meaning and characters, while discussion of DC films is about their failures. But one area that DC has not only done well but has full saturation is TV. There are many live-action DC shows on TV now with more on the way. (more…)
Some things just aren’t meant to be. It appears that Jason Momoa and director Corin Hardy have exited the planned reboot of The Crow at Sony.
Since 1998, when the original Pokémon games were released in North America, fans wanted nothing more than a main console Pokémon game. Core Pokémon games are usually released on Nintendo’s handheld systems. Then came Pokémon Go. This game brought pokémon into the real world with your smartphone. Catching pokémon while walking on your phone was something all Pokémon fans wanted. The next change in the world of Pokémon, Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu & Eevee.
AMC’s The Walking Dead has remained a favourite among TV viewers for some time now. Set in the aftermath of a zombie virus, the show mines creator Robert Kirkman’s comics for inspiration. It features a group of survivors, led by Andrew Lincoln’s, Rick Grimes slaying ‘walkers’ (zombies), warring with other bands of survivors and fighting for their humanity in a world otherwise devoid of it. With news filtering out that Lincoln is ready to leave the series, many are wondering what’s next for The Walking Dead. (more…)
1968 was a seminal year in American history.
That was the year of the Battle of Khe Sanh and the Tet offensive in Vietnam. It was the year that saw Laugh In premier on TV, the Beatles formed Apple Records, and the Pope came out against birth control. Both Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King, Jr. were assassinated. It was also the year that two seminal science fiction films came out, Planet of the Apes and 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Not only did they come out the same year…they premiered on the same day, April 3rd. (more…)
There have been stories for years that Spawn creator Todd McFarlane wanted to do a reboot of the character on screen. He made no secret of the fact that he wanted actor Jamie Foxx to take on the role of Al Simmons, a.k.a. SPAWN. Foxx made no secret of the fact he wanted the role. Today the casting of Foxx in the role was confirmed along with the detail that Blumhouse Productions will produce the film.
The Venom movie might still be months away from its official release, but speculation regarding the film’s plot, characters and cameos has just ramped up a notch. For those of you not completely familiar with Venom, another big Marvel anti-hero likely to earn an R Rating, he started life as a Spider-Man villain, but has since gone on to become one of the publisher’s most well known vigilantes. (Possible spoiler down below.) (more…)