The first trailer for Ghostbusters: Afterlife promised a nostalgic and fan-pleasing continuation of the franchise, re-instilling excitement for more undead battling action for those who were left cold by the unfairly maligned 2016 reboot. The trailer was released worldwide and it’s now become apparent that the version of it released in Germany has an extra scene that wasn’t included in the one we got in the U.S.
Replacing Hugh Jackman as Wolverine is a lot easier said than done. Despite all of the talent possessed by the great young actors who are rumored to be circling the role, it’s hard to imagine that any of them can live up to the lofty precedent set by the legendary 51-year-old.
With incredibly immersive visuals, courtesy of the great Roger Deakins, 1917 is a major cinematic achievement on the technical level, even while the script retreads classic war film themes without anything new to say.
With John Constantine finding success on TV, with Matt Ryan playing the role across the Arrowverse, now seems like the right moment for the Hellblazer to return to cinema screens. The last time he starred in his own movie was 2005’s Constantine, which was initially blasted for the flagrant changes it made to the character. Over the years, though, DC fans have come to look fondly on the film and it’s become a firm cult favorite. Particularly as the internet’s
The official John Williams score for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker was available online… until it wasn’t.
You may not be aware of this, but when he finds spare time, ad-man Kevin Bacon maintains a steady side-career as an actor. Good for him. Advertising is like waitering for film stars – no one could sustain a decent standard of living on it, not even celebrities. And yes, this has all been very, very serious.
The King of Monsters faces his toughest test yet in this fan-made trailer for Godzilla Vs. Kong. Expect the film to arrive November 2020.
Netflix could lose 4 million subscribers in 2020 according to Needham analyst Laura Martin, who also predicts the company’s stock to dip 2%. Needham’s reasoning behind the prediction centers around two things: high prices and competitors.
The debate on how to appropriately bring Deadpool into the MCU has been waging on for a while now. It seems that there are two prevailing theories as to how this might happen. The first one includes Stephen Strange meeting Wade Wilson in Fox’s X-Universe at some point during his trip through the many realities connected to the MCU in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. The far more intriguing option involves the incorporation of two different Deadpools.
One Reddit user has spotted another moment of Thanos foreshadowing his own death in Avengers: Endgame.