Archive for August 9, 2017
A new Justice League synopsis has shifted focus onto Wonder Woman. Gal Gadot made her highly anticipated debut as Diana Prince, aka Wonder Woman, in Zack Snyder’s Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice last year, and she reprised her role in the character’s first solo movie, Wonder Woman, directed by Patty Jenkins, earlier this summer. She’ll be appearing for the third time within two years in Snyder’s Justice League later this fall, in which she’ll unite with the rest of the world’s finest heroes — Batman (Ben Affleck), Superman (Henry Cavill), The Flash (Ezra Miller), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), and Cyborg (Ray Fisher) — against the supervillain Steppenwolf.
Ron Howard has shared yet another photo from the set of the upcoming young Han Solo movie. Howard boarded the project earlier this summer following the sudden exit by directing duo Phil Lord and Chris Miller, who were reportedly three weeks from completing principal photography on the film, which stars Alden Ehrenreich as Han Solo and Donald Glover as Lando Calrissian. The acclaimed director quickly got up to speed on the spin-off film, and he’s been teasing his followers on social media ever since.
So far, the Oscar-winning filmmaker has shown anxious Star Wars fans what his shoes look like while standing around the Han Solo set, as well ...
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Deadpool director Tim Miller has lined up a new project at Fox, signing on for an adaptation of William Gibson’s classic cyberpunk novel Neuromancer. Miller had been set to direct Deadpool 2 for Fox but dropped out of the sequel over creative differences. Under Miller’s leadership, the first Deadpool became a box office smash, grossing $783 million worldwide and proving the profitability of R-rated comic book movies.
A seminal novel of the cyberpunk genre, Neuromancer introduced a number of concepts that would later become science fiction staples, including outlaw computer hackers, the idea of “cyberspace” and the “matrix.” The plot is a mash-up of noir conventions and speculative dystopian sci-fi about a disgraced hacker who, after being ...
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Some TV shows just don’t deserve the hate that they get.
For some reason, certain terrible television series will go on for years and receive dubious critical praise, while some groundbreaking and awesome TV shows receive all sorts of unwarranted negative feedback when, truth be told, they were probably just misunderstood.
Most awesome TV shows that get trashed by viewers usually experience the following situations: they are compared to another series currently on television that appeals to a broader audience, they feature complicated (and probably intentionally dislikable) characters that viewers give up on understanding, or they have a less-than-great season (or two) and are judged in perpetuity for those bad episodes – even if everything ...
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