Archive for February 23, 2018
The line of merchandise connected to the superhero blockbuster Black Panther is the largest ever launched for a Marvel Cinematic Universe non-sequel. Black Panther has been shattering records ever since its triumphant debut in theaters last week, debuting with a stunning $201 million domestically in its three-day opening frame and adding another $42 million Monday to earn more than $243 million through the four-day Presidents Day weekend. The first solo movie for the iconic Marvel Comics character following his debut in Captain America: Civil War, Black Panther is also pulling down big numbers overseas, and combined with its stateside take, the film crossed ... The post Black Panther Getting Largest Product Line Ever For MCU Non-Sequel appeared first on Screen Rant.
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Season 3 of SYFY’s acclaimed series The Expanse sets a premiere date for early April, as a brand-new teaser trailer hints at the conflict to come. Last season, the interstellar series took the drama to new heights, as tensions between Earth, Mars, and the Belters rose, almost to the point of inciting nuclear war. Cooler heads ultimately prevailed, but the political climate within the solar system remains rife with conflict for the time being, especially now that Chrisjen Avasaraia (Shohreh Aghdashloo) has been attacked, and the crew of the Rocinante separating over what to do with the protomolecule sample.
The new teaser doesn’t offer much in the way of new footage of the upcoming season, but instead it hints that as bad as things got in season 2, it’s likely only going to get worse. And it’s easy to see why. With ...
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Mute has finally completed its long journey to release, after originally being conceived by Duncan Jones and his writing partner, Mike Johnson, 16-years ago. Since then, Jones has seen success with Moon – which Mute serves as a spiritual successor to, sharing the same universe and timeline – and Source Code. Before it finally became a movie, Mute was adapted as a graphic novel for Dark Horse and almost became into a motion capture cartoon before they finally landed on “the right combination of budget and cast” to get scooped up by Netflix.
Unfortunately, the movie didn’t see a great reception upon release, and it currently stands at just 9% on Rotten Tomatoes after 33 reviews, with a ...
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Netflix’s latest big-budget sci-fi movie Mute is getting torn to pieces by critics. It follows in the footsteps of the streaming service’s previous two futuristic offerings (Bright and The Cloverfield Paradox), both of which were also subjected to some particularly horrendous reviews. And unfortunately for Netflix, there’s more than a few critics that are calling Mute the worst of the bunch.
Mute is the brainchild of writer/director Duncan Jones, who had initially conceived of the film years ago and had planned to make it as a spiritual sequel to his renowned 2009 debut feature, Moon. He ended up helming the similarly-acclaimed Source Code and the big-budget disaster Warcraft ...
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