‘Captain Marvel’ Sequel Lands ‘Candyman’ Director Nia DaCosta

While the anticipated Candyman reboot is among the unfortunate handful of films to keep getting pushed back due to the pandemic, Director Nia DaCosta’s career is still moving forward. Courtesy of Deadline, DaCosta is expected to direct the upcoming Captain Marvel sequel, making her the latest in a long line of talent to make the … Continue reading ‘Captain Marvel’ Sequel Lands ‘Candyman’ Director Nia DaCosta

Jacob Tremblay To Star In Animated Sci-fi Update Of Charlie Chaplin’s ‘The Kid’

Jacob Tremblay (Room) has been tapped to lead the voice cast of the upcoming animated sci-fi update of Charlie Chaplin's 1921 classic The Kid. According to Deadline, The Kid: An Animated Adventure will take place in a futuristic New York that has been flooded and split into two districts. Tremblay will voice a young boy … Continue reading Jacob Tremblay To Star In Animated Sci-fi Update Of Charlie Chaplin’s ‘The Kid’

‘Avengers: Endgame’ Review: A Satisfying, Epic End

It's finally here, the closing chapter of an unprecedented 11-year, 22-film journey that began in 2008 with a C-list Marvel hero, a washed-up movie star and the director of Elf. And make no mistake, Avengers: Endgame is the definitive conclusion to the Marvel Cinematic Universe up to this point and it's difficult to imagine a … Continue reading ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Review: A Satisfying, Epic End

Everything Coming To Netflix In April

A new month means a new slew of movies and television shows are coming to Netflix. Some highlights for April include Brie Larson's directorial debut Unicorn Store, in which she also stars alongside Captain Marvel co-star Samuel L. Jackson. Quentin Tarantino's Hateful Eight is also coming to the streaming service. And the 2018 critical darling Burning, … Continue reading Everything Coming To Netflix In April

Marvel Taps Director For First Asian-Led Superhero Film, ‘Shang-Chi’

Following the massive blockbuster successes of Black Panther and Captain Marvel, Marvel Studios is continuing to expand their cinematic roster of heroes to include previously underserved audiences. Per The Hollywood Reporter, Marvel Studios has tapped Short Term 12 and The Glass Castle filmmaker Destin Daniel Cretton to direct a feature adaptation of Shang-Chi: Master of … Continue reading Marvel Taps Director For First Asian-Led Superhero Film, ‘Shang-Chi’

Weekly Box Office Work-Up

Marvel Studios has done it again. Captain Marvel, the twenty-first film from the hugely successful studio, landed with a powerful $153 million domestically and an unbelievable $455 million globally. The film made more money in its first three days than the combined totals of any three-day weekend so far this year and has already broken … Continue reading Weekly Box Office Work-Up

Film Review: ‘Captain Marvel’ Doesn’t Soar To Typical Marvel Heights

Captain Marvel is a frustrating film. It doesn't boast the signature wit or visual flare of a Guardians of the Galaxy nor the compelling narrative or emotional character development of an Iron Man or Captain America: The Winter Soldier. By comparison, Captain Marvel is a poorly structured and bland superhero origin story that harkens back to … Continue reading Film Review: ‘Captain Marvel’ Doesn’t Soar To Typical Marvel Heights

KONG: SKULL ISLAND (2017)- Review

Director: Jordan Vogt-Roberts Starring: Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L. Jackson, Brie Larson, John C. Reilly, John Goodman Synopsis: A team of explorers and soldiers travel to an uncharted island in the Pacific, unaware that they are crossing into the domain of monsters, including the mythic Kong. (Source: IMDb) Rating: PG-13 Post-credit stinger? Yes. Kong: Skull Island would make an interesting … Continue reading KONG: SKULL ISLAND (2017)- Review