Due to the global economy taking a hit as a result of the new coronavirus outbreak, analysts believe that business formats like Netflix will benefit from social restrictions.
Whether you love it or hate it, there’s no denying that Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is one of the messiest entries in the decades-spanning Skywalker Saga, delivering practically a whole trilogy’s worth of plot points in the span of less than two-and-a-half hours while providing little context to some of the story’s biggest developments.
One of the biggest questions surrounding the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is how they’ll manage to successfully integrate Deadpool into the franchise. The MCU has spent over a decade establishing the logic and rules of how their characters operate, and dropping in a foul-mouthed, fourth wall-breaking and entirely self-aware character like the Merc with a Mouth is going to require a delicate balancing act for them to pull off successfully.
Following the rumor that Marvel Studios is considering Henry Cavill for the MCU’s Wolverine, popular fan artist BossLogic has taken to social media to show us his idea of how this hypothetical casting might look.
It’s sounding as if the Justice League Snyder cut might happen, as the director’s now dropped a hint that he’s at least considering further reshoots.
Venom may have made over $850 million at the box office, proving to Sony that they could build their own lucrative Marvel universe even without Spider-Man, but it wasn’t exactly a great movie. Besides Tom Hardy’s entertainingly bizarre performance as the title character, there’s nothing particularly memorable about it at all, with the story as generic as it comes, some talented actors completely wasted in two-dimensional supporting roles and incredibly inconsistent CGI for a $100 million blockbuster.
The last time Universal attempted to reboot their classic monsters, the entire experiment was virtually dead by the time the credits rolled on their first project. This time, the opposite looks to be true, with Blumhouse and Saw co-creator Leigh Whannell’s The Invisible Man set to top the box office this weekend in the wake of incredibly strong reviews, setting the Universal Monsters up for a true return to form.
The argument could be made that the world really doesn’t need another Pirates of the Caribbean movie, but when the franchise has earned over $4.5 billion at the box office and rests in the hands of our pop culture overlords at Disney, there was little chance of the Black Pearl being allowed to sail off into the sunset.
Star Wars has finally solved one of its oldest plot holes involving the Death Star and the Battle of Yavin, but in doing so has spawned other continuity errors.
Given that the conversation surrounding the Snyder Cut of Justice League has dragged on for well over two years now, there’s really only two ways that a line can be drawn under the seemingly never-ending saga. Either Warner Bros. comes out and releases an official statement that definitively says that it will never see the light of day, or they hand Zack Snyder the funds to complete his original vision, which will also stop fans bombarding the studio’s social media accounts with every chance they get.