Archive for November 23, 2017
It felt like the DCEU has been slowly building up to the introduction of big bad Darkseid, but Justice League suggests that’s changed. With Warner Bros’ much-hyped, famously-troubled production having opened to soft box office numbers and negative reviews, the future of the franchise – if the not the entirety of the DC Extended Universe – may have been cast somewhat into doubt.
There’s been very little sequel talk apart from already-planned solo films for Aquaman, Batman (possibly without Ben Affleck) and the Wonder Woman sequel, and the broader franchise’s immediate plans otherwise have focused on emergent properties like Shazam!. Not necessarily the point the studio wanted to be at when setting up ...
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There are many characters that populate the rich Dragon Ball universe, yet the happy-go-lucky Goku gets the honor of being the main character. Audiences get to watch Goku grow up and spawn an entire family through the course of the Dragon Ball series.
He’s a character that the audience even gets to watch die, experiencing the grief that comes along with that. Dragon Ball is full of many satisfying character arcs, but Goku’s journey has a far more powerful impact.
Even when he is out of the picture, Goku often becomes the topic of discussion. Characters ...
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Guardians of the Galaxy star Dave Bautista says he’s interested in making a full-time wrestling return to WWE, and feuding with Triple H. Bautista of course first gained fame as a competitor for WWE, wrestling under the slightly altered name of Batista. Batista made his WWE debut in 2002, and served as the enforcer of the Evolution heel faction from 2003-2005. At that point, Batista truly became a superstar, turning on Evolution leader Triple H and capturing the world heavyweight championship in the main event of WrestleMania XXI.
Batista remained a top star in WWE until May 2010, when he quit the company on Raw after a feud with John Cena. In reality, Bautista just didn’t agree ...
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DC Comics has given us some of the most timeless and recognizable villains of our modern age. Because most of DC’s superheroic characters are essentially Gods, the bad guys in their stories have to be equally terrifying. Batman‘s rogues gallery alone boasts names like the Joker, the Riddler, the Penguin, Catwoman, and Mr. Freeze, all of whom have been adapted into countless live-action and animated versions.
In our current age of cinema it seems like every time we turn around there’s another big budget superhero movie looming on the horizon, and so we’re being treated ...
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Jude Law is Mar-Vell, the original Captain Marvel in the MCU. How exactly will that work alongside Brie Larson’s Carol Danvers?
Captain Marvel has slowly been gathering a crew to prepare for its shooting start date next year, and now proper casting has begun with Law in talks to join the film as Dr. Walter Lawson, better known as Mar-Vell. Ever since Captain Marvel was first announced, fans have wondered if the original hero to bear that name would appear in the film. Not only did he operate for years using the moniker, but his connection to Carol Danvers and their shared physiology is a big part of the latter character’s evolution ...
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