Like many of you guys out there, I’m really excited to see Captain Marvel in cinema on March 8th to prepare for the Avengers: EndGame. However, as the marketing for the movie has started picking up with the approaching date, I can’t help but notice how the marketing for Captain Marvel has shifted from Captain Marvel been the trump card for beating Thanos to some toxic Feminism agenda that’s actively seems to be “putting down men”.
Here’s and unexpected announcement that I’m sure no one so coming, a Ni No Kuni film adaptation has been announced by Level-5 and Warner Bros.
So I just came back from watching Alita: Battle Angel in 3D, and I must say it was pretty good. Despite some issues that some may find with the movie, there’s more good than bad in my opinion.
Listen, competition is good for everyone but in the case of DC and Warner Bros. it just seems to always just slap them in the face when the try to be Marvel. There’s a clear difference between DC movies and Marvel movies and this new plan of DC seems to make it all too clear. Warner Animation Group are developing a ‘BATMAN BEYOND’ film for theatrical release. The film will reportedly be DC’s answer to ‘Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse’ which to me already sounds bad, but hear me out.
So, I’ve been aware of this Alita: Battle Angel movie for sometime now, and I never ever once thought about checking it out. I think one of the main reasons behind it was the negative reception I came across when it came to the eye design of the character. I don’t know how, but somehow I interpreted it as the movie might not be good, so I stopped paying attention to it. However, after watching this new trailer and going back to the previous trailers, I clearly must have been tripping because it honestly doesn’t look that bad. In fact it looks dope!
So word on these cyber street is that Ghostbusters director Ivan Reitman, is planning on working on a continuation of the series that ignores Paul Feig’s female-led reboot, instead focusing on four teens and will actually continue the story of the 1984’s Ghostbusters and the 1989 sequel. To be quite honest, that sounds perfectly fine to me, however you can imagine this isn’t sitting well with some people right now.
At last, the trailer for the next Spider-Man Far From Home as dropped and although it’s beyond epic, there’s still something out it that hasn’t sat well with me.
First and foremost, HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! What better way to start the new year off than by talking about Spawn and how Todd promises that the film will be dark, ugly and not butt jokes. When it comes to the Spawn Movie, I haven’t thought about it in months, however some news came out that rejuvenated my hype for the movie once again. If you’re someone that’s worried about the Spawn movie getting that “positive vibe” stick, then worry no more.
After seeing people hype up Black Mirror: Bandersnatch to kingdom come, I decided to look into it myself. I mean, an interactive movie that allows me to determine the faith of a character is right up my alley as a gamer. Little did I know I’d be spending almost 3 hours trying to get the ending “I” think is right.