Archive for January 2, 2018
Ryan Reynolds shared his opinion about Taika Waititi’s Thor: Ragnarok this morning after finally seeing the superhero film in theaters. The third and final installment in Marvel Studios’ Thor trilogy released in November 2017 and capped off Thor’s story arc that began with Kenneth Branagh’s Thor in 2011. The film set the God of Thunder and the rest of Asgard on a new path (literally), which has them bound for Earth, but things may not go according to plan when audiences see Thor next.
The long-awaited sequel to Alan Taylor’s 2013 film, Thor: The Dark World, released a few months ago to overwhelming critical acclaim. Ragnarok earned an astonishing 92 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, which ...
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With the Oscar nominations set to be announced on January 23rd, Best Picture nominee predictions are in full swing. The 2018 Academy Awards have been the subject of much discussion within Hollywood and the critical community alike. Much speculation has swirled around how the ceremony, to be presented by Jimmy Kimmel, will take on the aftermath of the Harvey Weinstein scandal and the countless revelations of sexual harassment and assault within the industry. With the heavy hitters of the season lacking in terms of diversity, many have worried the year will be a repeat of #OscarsSoWhite.
There’s also the fascinating reality that this season’s awards offerings have been ...
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Sulu actor John Cho hopes to appear in Quentin Tarantino’s Star Trek movie. Tarantino’s take on Star Trek has entered early stages of development at Paramount after the director’s pitch to the studio and J.J. Abrams. The Revenant writer Mark L. Smith has been selected to pen the script. Like all the director’s films, Tarantino’s Star Trek will carry an R rating.
A long-time Star Trek fan, Tarantino has expressed interest in tackling a Trek movie on multiple occasions over the years. In a podcast appearance several years ago, the director expressed a particular fondness for the Star Trek TOS episode “City on the Edge of Forever.” Tarantino ...
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With 2017 in our rearview mirror and our eyes set on the new year, it’s time for us to look back at the amazing movies that rocked the box office during the last 365 days.
2017 was an extraordinary year for movies. Over the past 12 months, moviegoers drooled over buckets of popcorn while watching captivating new blockbusters, reminiscent remakes, and over-the-top sequels. From preventing the end of the world in Thor: Ragnarok and Justice League, to narrowly escaping death in It and Get Out, we were all constantly glued to our screens.
But were you really paying attention behind those 3D glasses and tubs of butter?
Every movie released this past ...
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Goku is arguably the Strongest Saiyan alive, surpassing his comrades’ power. So it’s hard to believe that the most powerful Saiyan in the universe is terrified of his wife, Chi-Chi. The series plays this as a running gag, that Chi-Chi always gets the upper hand while Goku cowers behind the Z fighters or a large rock to avoid her wrath. Chi-Chi and Goku’s relationship goes way back to the start of the Dragon Ball series.
Compared to martial arts and strength, Goku wins by a long shot, but when it comes to practical matters unrelated to fighting, Chi-Chi comes ...
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