To those people who keep saying “all lives matter,” Seth Rogen has some strong words, telling them to f*ck off and stop watching his movies.
With Netflix updating their Top 10 movies list today, it seems a surprising horror movie has taken a rather high spot on the charts.
The Batman will see the Caped Crusader face off against a sizeable rogues gallery of villains, including Riddler, Carmine Falcone and Catwoman. But perhaps the most famous name to join this disreputable list is Colin Farrell as Oswald Cobblepot – AKA Penguin. The Gentleman of Crime will be making his first appearance in a Batman movie since 1992’s Batman Returns. No official images of Farrell’s take on the character have been released yet, so for now, it’s up to the artists of the web to give us a taste of what he could look like.
There’s plenty of Spider-Man (or should it be Spider-People?) to go around at the moment – Tom Holland in the MCU, Shameik Moore and about 6 other voice actors in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, plus who knows who’ll appear in the mooted live-action version of that film.
The Justice League Snyder Cut is coming, but while the director himself has teased a lot of what we can expect to see in his version of the DC team-up movie, there’s still a lot about it yet to be revealed. For instance, it’ll feature completely different character arcs for some of the team, including Ray Fisher’s Cyborg. Batman will likely be another one whose material is massively changed, seeing as the theatrical cut used him as a bit of an Iron Man knockoff.
The Prequel era of Star Wars concluded with the battle between two brothers when Anakin and Obi-Wan confronted each other on Mustafar, with the latter dismembering his padawan and leaving him for dead on a slope of the lava planet.
Following the success of the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut movement, DC fans have already got behind a new, similar, cause: campaigning to get Warner Bros. to #ReleaseTheAyerCut of Suicide Squad. We’ve always known that the supervillain team-up flick was chopped up by the studio following Batman V Superman’s mixed reception, but lately director David Ayer has been opening up about how much the theatrical cut corrupted his original vision for the movie.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s rebooted Wolverine could end up making his debut as soon as 2022, which is sooner than we thought.
One of the things that Star Wars fans hated about The Rise of Skywalker involved J.J. Abrams’ decision to suddenly introduce several new Force powers into the lore, but we may have already seen one of them in play years ago.
After yesterday’s very meaty content drop, which kicked off June in style, it was to be expected that Netflix would ease off the gas a bit and sure enough, the streaming site has pulled back today, offering up only four new titles in total – 3 TV shows and 1 movie.