So, Variety announced today that Gal Gadot has been cast as Wonder Woman in the upcoming “Man of Steel” sequel, that will also feature Ben Affleck’s debut as Batman.
I can’t give you anything but love, Baby. A review of the cartoonish 1938 screwball comedy film everyone should see: ‘Bringing Up Baby’
….Which probably means I’ll like it. Check out the trailer below if weird is your thing.
Get your sandals; Wonder Woman short to debut later this month.
Recently I received a copy of Elysium The Art of the Film to review. I really dug into it and when I saw the actual movie was almost a little sad, because the movie didn’t quite live up to the conceptual ideas presented in the book. That said, if you really liked the movie, then you are going to absolutely love the art book.
I went and saw Simon Pegg and Nick Frost’s conclusion to their trilogy. While not as hilarious as the first two, it is a carefully crafted tale, except for…..
Ben Affleck backs off directing and writing the new The Stand adaptation
Kick-Ass 2 had some great action scenes, some funny dialogue, and overall I thought it was…..
District 9 was amazing. Can we all just agree on that? Neill Blomkamp hit the scene hard with that movie and so did Sharlto Copley as Wickum. It brought back the missing ingredient to science fiction. It brought back a message. It wrapped this message in a universe so fully fleshed out that one couldn’t help but to be swept away in it. It captured our imaginations and gave us one of the best modern finales to date. Expectations for Elysium are high to say the least.
Bring an umbrella: Max reviews Makoto Shinkai’s visually stunning The Garden of Words (言の葉の庭, Kotonoha no Niwa)
I’ve been going on this tirade on Twitter and generally raging about it for a day or so, and now I’m just gonna suck it up and run it here. In this article, I’m going to talk about Mark Millar’s recent statements, meaning there’s going to be some pretty frank discussion of rape, sexual assault and rape apology. I just want you to be aware in case any of these things might trigger you.
So, with that out of the way? Mark Millar just needs to shut the actual fuck up.
Justice League: Flashpoint Paradox is the latest animated endeavor from DC Entertainment based on the Geoff Johns penned 2011 story Flashpoint set to release on July 30th. By good fortune and luck, I was able to watch it two weeks early (many thanks to the friend who “acquired” it), so how well did it adapt the story?
Advice from your ihogeek mom on battling the post-con (and mid-con) depression.
A quick run down of what I am excited for this year at San Diego Comic-Con
I liked Pacific Rim. It promised me giant robot vs. giant monster fights and that is what I got. Could it have been more than that? Sure. But it wasn’t. […]
You can take the good with the bad, a critical review of ‘Pacific Rim’; It’s a great summer action film, but it’s far from perfect.
The actual full quote: “And I was like, ‘What if MJ is a dude?’ Why can’t we discover that Peter is exploring his sexuality? It’s hardly even groundbreaking!…So why can’t he be gay? Why can’t he be into boys?”
Good question, Andrew Garfield. Why can’t Peter Parker be gay? Well, I’ll tell you why.
Like the perfect wine and cheese, the strudel with le crème, or the beer with another beer, watching the right two movies back to back can bring out the finer, subtler qualities in both. That’s why I’ve assembled a list of my personal suggestions for possible double-feature nights.
“Star Wars” and Shakespeare go hand in hand in this new title from Ian Doescher and Quirk books. In fact, come to think of it, they kind of go hand in hand inherently.
For those who love fairytales; a spotlight on the surreal 1976 film adaptation of The Little Mermaid; Malá Mořská Víla
I know so many people, in and out of comic book fan circles, who don’t get the appeal of Superman, who discard him because of his status as “The Big Blue Boy Scout.” And yet at the same time, in comics, we see him (like many other characters) portrayed in completely different ways by every writer who approaches him. Who does get Superman at this point? Who is Superman, what is his place in our modern mythology?
SamIAM reviews Man of Steel, his love of DC movies. His hatred for the last few DC cinematic ventures, and a fanboy love for Amy Adams.
I realize that this is a bit outside of our normal examinations into romantic pairings, but I was 15 when I saw the first The Fast and the Furious movie. FIFTEEN. As such, certain things seemed to grab hold of this romantic’s heart and that includes the somewhat troubled relationship between main characters Dominic Turetto (Vin Diesel) and Letty Ortiz (Michelle Rodriguez).
Max muses over children’s media. Are we shortchanging our kids?
Let Dad know you’ll love him to the bitter end…or lager end.