Archive for July 23, 2017

John Kramer Returns in Jigsaw Comic-Con Poster

The Saw franchise is about to make its long awaited return as the latest poster teases John Kramer in Jigsaw.

New Ghostbusters Movie to Feature CGI Egon Spengler?

Harold Ramis is rumored to be brought back with a CGI version of Egon Spengler in an upcoming Ghostbusters movie.

Why a Flashpoint Movie Won’t Reboot The DCEU


The new version of The Flash may make his solo movie debut in Flashpoint – but claims that the film’s title means a reboot of the entire DCEU is on the way… are most likely wishful thinking. It’s more than a little confusing to casual fans, or those not up to date on Flash comics in particular. But no sooner had the title been revealed in a montage of WB’s coming superhero movies, fans, bloggers, that pundits raised the word as PROOF that after facing critical beatings with regularity, the DCEU was finally going to be remade – and ‘right’ this time.

The truth is far from that simple, and considering ...

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Around 80% of Thor: Ragnarok Was Improvised


Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi revealed that most of his upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe adventure was improvised. From the release of the first trailer for Thor: Ragnarok in April, it became immediately apparent that the New Zealand helmer’s solo tale about the God of Thunder was not going to be your average Thor movie.

Playing out the strains of Led Zeppelin’s “The Immigrant Song,” the action was dynamic, the characters were unabashedly offbeat, and neon-colored title treatment had a definitive 1970s disco-era vibe. Saturday’s follow-up trailer for Thor: Ragnarok, which debuted at San Diego Comic-Con, only reinforced the notion that Waititi is bound and determined to take Thor fans, if not MCU fans as a whole, to ...

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Wonder Woman Is This Summer’s Biggest Box Office Winner

Warner Bros. Wonder Woman is officially the highest-grossing movie domestically at the summer box office having beat out Guardians 2.
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