Archive for September 25, 2017
A new extra from the Spider-Man: Homecoming home video release features Kevin Smith explaining how the film nailed the source material. While every film featuring Spider-Man has been a financial success, critics and audiences haven’t always been thrilled by the movies. Still, the continual success of Homecoming has proven rebooting the franchise to bring Spidey into the MCU was a smart move. The movie is currently number two in the franchise and just landed the top spot for 2017 superhero films.
While Homecoming has just begun its run in China, things are winding down in the U.S. Luckily, the movie is out now digitally and will soon arrive ...
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A group of new videos shows that IT‘s Pennywise the Dancing Clown can dance just to about anything. The first big screen adaptation of author Stephen King’s classic 1986, IT danced circles around its competition for two weeks after its debut in early September, as it quickly smashed records for the biggest opener for a horror film of all time, the highest-grossing movie based on King’s works and highest-grossing R-rated horror film ever.
In short, the new IT, following the indelible 1990 TV miniseries, has become a cultural phenomenon, and as often phenomenons do, spawned a universe of tributes and parodies as it finds its place among other high-profile pieces of art in pop culture. Most recently, ...
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Kingsman: The Golden Circle opened in movie theaters last weekend and Mark Millar couldn’t be happier. The sequel to Kingsman: The Secret Service – based on his and Dave Gibbons’ 2012 comic book series – knocked It: Chapter One from the box office top spot, with a debut of $39 million, narrowly beating the original film’s opening weekend tally of $36.2 million. It seems Mark’s trust was well placed with director/co-writer Matthew Vaughn when, after getting drunk at a pub, they decided to bring his idea for a fun spy movie to life – but the pair already had a history of success to build on.
Mark’s Kick-Ass comic book series marked the first collaboration with ...
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