Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 Has Screened, Here’s What Critics Think

April 18, 2017

It’s been nearly three full years since Guardians of the Galaxy opened in theaters and took the world by storm, but moviegoers won’t have to wait long to reunite with the eponymous superhero team. Star-Lord, Gamora, Drax, Rocket and Groot will be back soon for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, sharing the big screen with plenty of familiar faces and a decent amount of new ones. While the public…

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The Absolutely Dismal Amount Of Money Shia LaBeouf’s New Movie Made At The UK Box Office

April 5, 2017

There’s no way to sugar coat it, Man Down had an awful start to its tenure at the UK box office over the weekend. That’s because the film grossed the sum total of $8.40 (£7), which equates to it selling just one single ticket. But there might be one little silver lining to the dismal performance of the Shia LaBeouf-led war thriller, because by performing so poorly, it has surely…

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Why Ares Was Chosen As Wonder Woman’s Villain, According To Patty Jenkins

April 5, 2017

The DC Extended Universe had a wide variety of options to pick from when it came to selecting Wonder Woman’s main villain. But instead of it being either Giganta, Cheetah or Medusa, director Patty Jenkins and the rest of the DC team decided to go with the God Of War himself, Ares. Jenkins has now revealed why they decided to pit Wonder Woman against such a formidable foe in her…

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Disney’s Live Action Dumbo Movie Is Eyeing Michael Keaton For A Key Role

April 5, 2017

Of all the live action remakes Disney has in the works for their classic animated movies, Dumbo is among the weirder choices. Regardless, the studio is pushing ahead with director Tim Burton’s take on the flying elephant tale, and over the last several months, the project has slowly been assembling its cast. Now it’s being reported that Michael Keaton is the latest candidate being looked at to play the villain….

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The Crazy Process Michelle Rodriguez Endured To Play A Naked Man In The Assignment

April 5, 2017

Much has been made of Michelle Rodriguez’s casting in The Assignment, which sees her playing a transgender assassin that goes on the hunt for the doctor that turned her from man into a woman. Clearly playing Frank Kitchen/Tomboy had an impact on Michelle Rodriguez, too, because the actress has now been discussing the process that she went through to turn into the character, which included four hours worth of preparation…

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7 Big Things To Know About Batgirl Before The DC Solo Movie

April 5, 2017

Batman is DC Comics’ heaviest hitter, so Warner Bros is making sure to spread the love to other members of his supporting cast, good or bad, for the DC Extended Universe. Along with the Caped Crusader’s new solo movie, Nightwing and Gotham City Sirens are in development, and last week, it was announced that a Batgirl movie is in the works that may be written, directed and produced by Joss…

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The Stale Comic Book Movie Concept That The DCEU Is Avoiding With Wonder Woman

March 13, 2017

Right off the bat, Wonder Woman is separating itself from the rest of the comic book herd. The most obvious way it’s doing this is the fact that a woman is headlining, but DC Films isn’t planning to stop there. It’s important to remember that Wonder Woman is still an origin story, perhaps the most tired aspect of the modern comic book film. While audiences will see how Diana rises…

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This Rotten Week: Predicting Beauty And The Beast And The Belko Experiment Reviews

March 13, 2017

We only have two movies coming out this week but they couldn’t be any more different. Not the one hand you have a live action remake of a Disney classic. On the other there’s an office horror movie. Get ready for Beauty and the Beast and The Belko Experiment. It’s gonna be a Rotten Week! Just remember, I’m not reviewing these movies, but rather predicting where they’ll end up on…

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One Kong: Skull Island Character Who Really Deserves A Spin-Off, According To The Director

March 13, 2017

SPOILER WARNING: The following article contains light spoilers for Kong: Skull Island. If you haven’t seen the film yet, and don’t wish to know any details about it before doing so, please bookmark this page and come back after your screening! Legendary Pictures is carving out a pretty straight-forward path with their growing MonsterVerse. It all started with 2014’s Godzilla, and this weekend saw the addition of Kong: Skull Island…

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Weekend Box Office: Kong Dominates At Number One, Get Out Hits $100 Million

March 13, 2017

Kong: Skull Island is the kind of big budget special effects flick you would expect to find on a summer line up, but these days if you’re not a mainstream chunk of a super hero franchise or a Disney/Pixar animated sequel, you have to land in March to ensure having the limelight all to yourself (witness rated-R Logan’s solid start last weekend). Kong opened with a respectable $61 million debut,…

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