Respect Films new documentary following Neil Gaiman’s life and work and Ocean at the End of the Lane tour is called Neil Gaiman: Dream Dangerously. The movie was made over the last few years with NEil’s cooperation. Director Patrick Meaney also made the Image Revolution, Warren Ellis: Captured Ghosts and Grant Morrison: Talking with Gods […]
What did Alex Lu, Brandon Montclare, and Amy Reeder think of CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR?
That thud you just heard was official confirmation of the other shoe dropping after the extremely mixed success of Batman v Superman. The last few weeks rumors have been flying about a shake-up at Warner Bros. Pictures and The Hollywood Reporter’s Borys Kit has all the juicy details.
I think we were all pretty shocked when we learned that Warner Bros. execs were blindsided by the bad reviews for Batman v Superman; they thought they had a crowd pleasing winner on their hands. However, it seems Fox execs may have been equally over-optimistic about X-men: Apocalypse, the new Bryan Singer directed mutant fricassee. The film doesn’t open here until May 27th, but reviews all went live earlier this week, usually a sign that the studio thinks the film will get great buzz. But, the buzz was…not great.
In the sixteen years since the release of X-Men, visual styling in superhero films has evolved in a dramatic way, but the X-Men franchise still looks strikingly similar now to the way it did in 2000.
Whatever happened to the movie based on Officer Downe that the Slipknot guy was directing? Well, it’s having its world premiere in June.
So, Ryan posted the menu for the upcoming #Deadpool Blu-ray and you are gonna LOVE this! Tim Miller was kind enough to invite me to do commentary with him and he has great, great stories and insight that you will dig!! #robliefeld #vancityreynolds #marvel #20thcenturyfox #xforce A post shared by RobertLiefeld (@robliefeld) on Apr 20, […]
The co-writers of MOON GIRL AND DEVIL DINOSAUR and creative team behind ROCKET GIRL weigh in on the first big blockbuster of the year!
This is everything. I’ve never read a Suicide Squad comic that I can recall (although I love Copra) but I will see this film. Whether they had to do any reshoots to add “fun” and “laughs” or not, this is a lively fun, looking trailer. I esp. love the violently colored as campaign for the […]