The book includes childhood adventures of Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde set prior to the events of the film.
You recovered from this weekend’s Infinity War yet? While we’re all awaiting the next installment that the Russos have cooked up, that is 12 months away (!!!!!!), Marvel Studios has two more stand-alones to help fill the gap. While next March’s Captain Marvel will probably deal a bit more directly with the Starlin-crafted mythology behind […]
Hannah Blumenreich and Nicoletta Baldari are the creators for the July-launching series.
Now that Avengers: Infinity War is upon us, it’s time to have a very important discussion: Just where does it rank in the pantheon of the 19(!!) Marvel Cinematic Universe films? I promised myself a few years back that ranking these was a fool’s errand and I wouldn’t do it again. But given the 10 […]
Looking back, Berger could see how the idea was very much in Shelley Bond’s and Vertigo’s interests. “The thing about Grimm Fairytales, the real fairytales, are that they are frick’n scary and bloody,” she said. “There is something domesticated about them nowadays… And I think most people today have their ideas of fairytales because of Disney.”
“If we have it that one culture can’t tell the stories of another culture, we restrict ourselves.”
Sometime after this, Pixar contacted Alcaraz. “They invited me for a ‘little-chat,’” he said. When they asked for his help to work on the movie, Alcaraz was stunned. “I was thinking, ‘wow universe, you have a sick sense of humor.” But, Alcaraz saw this as a great opportunity and accepted it. “I wanted to make sure this wasn’t going to be the Aladdin for Mexicans.”
Pixar’s superhero squad is back in action!
“You need to continue to learn,” said Glumace. “You got to put the time in.”
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.