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Rob Liefeld has a somewhat notorious reputation in comics. He’s created some iconic characters, none more successful than Deadpool. He’s also been the subject of criticism for his drawing style and his statements. Most notoriously, […]
Two years ago, Lucasfilm experienced something new for them: failure. The release of Solo: A Star Wars Story was not what they hoped. Sandwiched between Avengers: Infinity War, Deadpool 2, The Incredibles 2, and Ant-Man […]
The Sony Pictures Universe of Marvel Characters is centered around Spider-Man, but the studio has rights to hundreds of his supporting cast. One such character is the little-known Jackpot, who will be the subject of […]
The Justice League Snyder Cut release will finally be happening on the streaming service HBO Max. Although what fans will see is a mystery.
Tyrion Lannister and Khal Drogo may not have been able to team up in Westeros, but they’re about to meet in an even weirder world. The actors may not immediately strike you as the best […]
Rey’s story is simple enough, a classic hero’s journey akin to the origins of Luke Skywalker. An orphaned scavenger who went on to become the last living Jedi, and helped to save the galaxy. Rey […]
Take a moment to think about the concept of comic book movies. You’re likely either thinking about the Marvel Cinematic Universe or the DC Extended Universe. These are franchises that have needed years, millions and […]
Edgar Wright is known in the genre community as the director who almost made Ant-Man, but did direct Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World. Now he has formed his own production company ‘Complete Fiction’ and landed a […]
As has been teased for months now, HBO Max will finally debut the Zack Snyder cut of his film Justice League. In the run-up to the release of the first-ever big screen gathering of the […]
In 2009, Duncan Jones made his directorial debut with the indie sci-fi hit Moon, with Sam Rockwell, launching a thematic trilogy. After Moon, he made the underrated Source Code, and the fan-loved Warcraft. It wasn’t […]