Is it April 27 yet?
David Leitch stepping in as director doesn’t seem to have changed the tone.
How does the sequel stack(er) up to the original?
My rewatch of the Marvel movies continues as we ponder just how toxic Tony Stark really is.
Here at Stately Beat Manor we’re prepping for Avengers Infinity War with a MCU rewatch (well, partial rewatch.) This time out we view The Avengers and Thor: The Dark World and desperately try to stay awake.
Log: “…I get that a lot. It doesn’t get any less awkward.” Megan FabbriFreelance cartoonist, illustrator, & writer School of Visual Arts Alumna http://megfabbri.com
Are you ready for Thanos?
BOOM! If you wanted to start seeing some bold moves out of WB/DC Films, you just got your wish. Deadline is reporting that Selma/A Wrinkle In Time auteur Ava DuVernay is closing in on a deal with WB to direct an adaptation of The New Gods, a major piece of the “epic of our times” […]
You remember Black Hole, the horror comic by Charles Burns that pulled in an Eisner, a Harvey, an Ignatz and a Essentials of Angoulême award when it was collected? Which is to say, pretty much a clean sweep of critical acclaim. Various people have been wanting to adapt this story of teens dealing with an STD that […]
A Wrinkle in Time’s script works almost as a repetitive positive affirmation for its lead character, Meg, and perhaps the audience by proxy: You are strong, You are good, You have value. Unfortunately the words don’t have the strong impact they intend in a script that mostly chooses to tell us what’s happening with our characters and their growth, rather than show.