Artemis Fowl, a series about an anti-hero boy genius has been warped by Hollywood into something entirely different than the source material, once again bringing up the question as to why it’s so difficult for Hollywood to just be faithful to the source material.
I don’t know about you, but the whole season of The Mandalorian really sparked my interest in Star Wars lore.
So I finally watched the Mandalorian. I couldn’t wait any longer to see it. With all the hype it has garnered over the past few weeks, I needed to check it out and see what the buzz was all about. This is the way!
Children of Blood and Bone, a The New York Times best-seller will now be developed by Lucasfilm for Disney.
So I’ve seen talks and argument about Disney’s option of going with the weekly basis strategy. I don’t think people understand that this is actually a better, and quite frankly a smarter option than what Netflix is doing from a business point of view.
I have been catching up on the D23 stuff and well, Star Wars right now is looking really good in my book, especially that The Mandalorian series for Disney Plus subscription.
So the world of movie comics is in a bit of shook over the whole Disney/Sony ordeal, with most of the fans blaming Sony for being greedy. However, like all things in life, not everything is as black and white as they want you to think!
Now this was unexpected. Despite the success of both the spider-man movies under Marvel, Sony and Disney have decided to cut ties, which in turns means that Spider-Man is out of the MCU and will no longer make anymore appearance, for now at least.
Listen, I remember when screenshots of this movie came out and people were wilding out that Will Smith’s Genie wasn’t blue, well now that we got to see him as the blue genie, I’m betting you want him back as regular Will Smith now huh?