Over the past few weeks, celebrities like Michael B. Jordan & Kim Kardarshian and John Boyega have shared their love for anime in one shape and form. That is pretty cool and all, but what’s been grinding my gears are the people who are acting like this will make anime cool or something. I wanted to chime in here for a bit and give my two cents on the topic, despite according to the Internet’s standard, been years ago.
It’s been 3 years since I talked about this Sonic the Hedgehog movie and shared my thoughts on it. As the years went by. we’ve heard next to nothing until a few weeks ago. We now know the release of this movie and who’s working on it. Paramount Pictures has given its “Sonic the Hedgehog” movie a holiday-season release for Nov. 15, 2019. With that, as an avid Sonic fan, I’d like to share some of my hopes and concern for this movie and what I expect and fear from it.
So after much teasing, we finally get the Ralph Breaks the Internet : Wreck It Ralph 2 Teaser Trailer and I must say, if this trailer is any indication for the type of humor that’s going to be in the movie, then I’m all for it.
After months of waiting, I finally went to the premiere of my most anticipated Marvel movie, Black Panther and when the final credits rolled in, I was left satisfied by how amazing this movie turned out.
With Black History Month still been in full effect, I decided to highlight some content creators, both on YouTube & Twitch that I feel you guys might like to check out. I think its important to spread some positive energy and help each other grow. Even if my reach is small, if one person checks out at least one of the creators mentioned below, then that’s a job well done!
Surprise, Surprise, Logan Paul’s back again on the spotlight but this time things didn’t work out for the unstable creator. YouTube was quick to cast a punishment spell upon our young troublemaker and removed his ability to make shiny coins for several untold turns. It was a powerful spell indeed but it is one that’s necessary for the greater good.
Marvel’s most enigmatic, complex and badass Venom just debuted its first teaser trailer and so far, I ain’t really vibing with it.
Immortality has been the most sought after ability among humans for many reasons. We all want to live an endless life, to bear witness of the fruits of human evolution or to simply live long enough that you turn filthy rich from years of experience. Altered Carbon takes that concept but instead of focusing on the moral implications of never dying, it instead focuses on the mystery of solving a murder case.
Black Panther has been the talk of the town these last few weeks, everybody who’s remotely interested in comics and movies has their eye on the upcoming Marvel movie. However, it has dawned on me that a number of outlets have been claiming Black Panther to be the “first” Black super hero movie. Now, we both know that ain’t entirely true so with this month being Black History month, I thought I’d highlight some of the black super heroes who paved the way for Black Panther.