Archive for September 23, 2017
Twentieth Century Fox released a trailer preview for The Maze Runner: The Death Cure, confirming the trailer will premiere tomorrow. The first installment in The Maze Runner film series, adapted from James Dashner’s same-named young adult trilogy, hit theaters in September 2014 at the height of Hollywood adapting popular dystopian sci-fi YA to the big screen. The first two entries in The Hunger Games series had been successful, followed by the debut of Divergent. The Maze Runner, while not quite as big of an earner as either The Hunger Games or Divergent, performed well enough at the box office and with critics as well as casual moviegoers.
As such, the sequel, The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, hit theaters in 2015 with the third film, The Death Cure, originally expected to hit an early 2017 release date. However, when star Dylan O’Brien was injured on set of The Maze Runner trilogy capper, ...
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Over on social media, Zack Snyder celebrates Batman Day by honouring his favourite on-screen Batman, Ben Affleck, who’s set to reprise the role in Justice League this fall. While it seems like an obvious choice given the fact that Snyder essentially created Affleck’s version of Batman as part of the director’s 2016 blockbuster, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, it is difficult to argue against.
People usually find themselves in one of the three following camps: the Michael Keaton camp, for his performance in Tim Burton’s 1989 Batman and 1992 Batman Returns; the Christian Bale camp for his take on the caped crusader in Christopher Nolan’s grounded and gritty The ...
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In the land of Middle-earth, few beings inspired as much fear and dread as the Nazgûl.
Ring-wraiths, Black Riders, the Nine; by any name, the Nazgûl were the most trusted and deadly servants of the Dark Lord Sauron, and they played a crucial role in his mission to retrieve the One Ring.
Their backstory is an unforgettable cautionary tale; once Kings of Men, they were corrupted by the Rings of Power gifted to them by Sauron. Whatever goodness or nobility they once possessed was slowly drawn out of them as greed and lust for power consumed ...
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Sailor Moon was the quintessential girl power manga series of the ’90s and it’s no surprise that it was adapted into countless TV series and movies in the years that followed.
Its popularity has been felt across the world, thanks to the anime series being dubbed into English, French, Portugese and many other languages, with brand new episodes following the titular character and the Sailor Scouts’ defence of the world still coming thick and fast on Hulu.
But there would be no Sailor Moon without the characters of Luna and Artemis, the black and white cat guardians, with crescent moon symbols, who are as much loved as the ...
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The Marvel Cinematic Universe has become almost more like a television series than a film franchise. There are tons of different characters and every single one of them can support their own standalone stories, but as the universe has progressed it’s become clearer and clearer that part of the strength of this interconnectivity is seeing these heroes come together.
Audiences love to see the Avengers interact whenever they can, they bought the drama in Civil War because of its effects on those long term relationships. Like a TV show, the MCU rewards audience members who have been watching from the beginning and ...
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