Archive for September 19, 2017
Spider-Man: Homecoming has now earned enough money stateside to pass Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice for 50th place at the all time domestic box office. It’s been a monumental summer for superheroes at the movies in North America, with Wonder Woman raking in more than $411 million domestically to become the No. 1 film of the season, followed by Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 with nearly $390 million in ticket sales.
But Diana Prince and Peter Quill weren’t the only superhero characters making waves with moviegoers in the past few months: Spider-Man: Homecoming, which marked the webslinger’s long-awaited solo movie ...
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With the Nightwing movie currently in development, it’s only a matter of time until Warner Bros. casts its lead hero, Dick Grayson. Helmed by director Chis McKay (The LEGO Batman Movie), the film will be joining an impressive lineup within the DC Extended Universe, including films like Flashpoint, Joss Whedon’s Batgirl, and Matt Reeves’ The Batman. However, for the time being, casting news is only as good as speculation, but that hasn’t prevented the internet from fan-casting the character — and Finn Wittrock (American Horror Storysc, Unbroken) Nightwing: What Finn Wittrock Might Look Like as Dick Grayson
The CW has released images for the season 3 premiere of Legends of Tomorrow that show the Legends on a beach along with Julius Caesar, played by Simon Merrells. The TV series is about to begin its third season after a fight with Vandal Savage in season 1 and defeating the Legion of Doom who rewrote reality with the Spear of Destiny in season 2.
However, the Legends’ efforts to save the timestream were not without consequences. By interacting with their past selves, the team made a costly decision that “broke time,” creating time anomalies that the team must somehow fix. In the season 2 finale, the group realized what their actions had ...
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FOX has announced that the premiere of The Orville, Seth MacFarlane’s love letter to Star Trek, debuted to one of their biggest viewerships in recent memory. A staple of the network’s creative lineup since Family Guy burst onto the scene post-Super Bowl in 1999, MacFarlane has come a long way rising up the ranks of Hollywood as a producer, filmmaker, director, and overall talent in the past 20 years.
The popularity (and resurrection from cancellation) of Family Guy spurred MacFarlane mania across the industry, affording the creator two animated spinoff shows (American Dad! and The Cleveland Show), three feature-length comedy movies (the two Ted films and A Million Ways to Die in the West), and the reboot of a popular science-fiction documentary series (Cosmos). That kind of goodwill and popularity afforded him the chance to launch The Orville, a Star ...
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