This is my latest episode of the Reel Movie New Podcast!! Give it a listen! If you like it, leave a comment and like below and let’s make a discussion out of the topics.Continue reading “Reel Movie News Podcast – CinemaCon and More!”
It is April 2nd, and that means that Avengers: Endgame pre-sale tickets have just gone live! And with that we get another, and possibly the final, trailer for the long awaited film. The remaining Avengers are banding together, and Thanos is awaiting another battle.
The film opens this month, April 26th, and stars Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, Don Cheadle, Paul Rudd, Brie Larson, Karen Gillan, Danai Gurira, Bradley Cooper, and Josh Brolin.
Here’s the official synopsis for Avengers: Endgame:
The grave course of events set in motion by Thanos that wiped out half the universe and fractured the Avengers ranks compels the remaining Avengers to take one final stand in Marvel Studios’ grand conclusion to twenty-two films, “Avengers: Endgame.”
What do you think of this new trailer for Avengers: Endgame? Are you buying your tickets early? Have you already purchased them? Leave a comment below and let’s make it a discussion. Also, be apart of the conversation by following Kylan on Twitter @KylanReelCritic
This is my latest episode of the Reel Movie New Podcast!! Give it a listen! If you like it, leave a comment and like below and let’s make a discussion out of the topics.Continue reading “Reel Movie News Podcast – Angelina Jolie Joins Marvel and More!”
Angelina Jolie, who is no stranger to being in action movie, is in talks to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe in The Eternals, another superhero team feature that is being directed by Cloe Zhao.
The Eternals is based on the Jack Kirby created comic about superpowered, near immortal beings known as Eternals.
As of now there is not much more known about the project, however, according to an article in The Hollywood Reporter one aspect to the story involves the love story between Ikaris, a man fueled by cosmic energy, and Sersi, who relishes moving amongst humans. It is unknown who exactly who Jolie will be playing but it is being speculated that it may be Marvel’s first openly gay character.
The Eternals does not have a release date as of now, however Jolie will be finishing up Disny’s upcoming Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, then jumping right into working on the new Marvel project.
What do you think of Angelina Jolie’s potential casting in The Eternals? Do have you ever heard of the Eternals? Who will she play? Leave a comment below and let’s make a discussion out of it.
Last July there was a great disturbance in the force, as if a million Marvel fans suddenly cried out in terror. Of course this is in reference to Guardians of the Galaxy 1 & 2 director James Gun being fired by Disney. The moment the news dropped it was all the internet could talk about and it felt nearly impossible to avoid the topic. Well, it looks like those cries were all for nothing because Gunn has been reinstated by to directed the currently untitled Guardians of the Galaxy 3!
According to Deadline, who broke the story about Gunn’s return, the decision had actually been made months ago and they were sitting on announcing the news until now. Discussions first began between Gunn and Walt Disney Studio chairman Alan Horn in the fall when Horn was persuaded by Gunn’s public apology and handling of the situation. Continue reading “James Gunn Get Reinstated As Director Of ‘Guardians of the Galaxy 3’!”
If you weren’t planning on subscribing to the Disney+ Streaming Service after they announced that Star Wars and Marvel shows would be a mainstay on the platform, then you certainly will be signing up now.
According to CNBC, Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed in an investors meeting today that they would eventually, “put its entire motion picture library on the service, including movies that have traditionally been kept in its archives.” This means Disney will open the floodgates and allow viewers to see what is normally kept in the “Disney Vault.”
For those not aware of the “Disney Vault,” it was a marketing strategy implemented by Disney to drum up home video sales. A Disney movie would be released on home video then after a few months the company would stop printing new copies and seal it away in the “vault.” They would stop creating new copies for years at a time, then would make a big deal about opening the vault for a particular movie for a new home video “release.” For example, just this past week the “Signature Edition” for Disney’s The Little Mermaid was just released on Blu-ray after six years of not being in circulation since the “Diamond Edition” was released in 2013.
This is a huge selling point for the Disney+ service, especially if there is a particular movie that you haven’t seen in years and have not been able to find anywhere. In my case, its Disney’s animated 101 Dalmatians. I have been wanting to see this movie for months and have been unable to find a copy anywhere or find it on any streaming service. So to get my fix I would have to subscribe to Disney+.Continue reading “The Entire Disney Library Will Be Included on The Disney+ Streaming Service”
With the great box office results of Venom over the past weekend it is no surprise that the film will be getting a sequel in the very near future. And with that comes the question of, “Will this movie be rated R?”
Mild Spoiler for Venom end credit scene: In the mid-credit scene we see that Woody Harrelson will most likely be appearing in Venom‘s sequel as the psychotic and terrifying villain, Carnage. Anybody with Spider-Man knowledge knows that Cletus Kasidy, who is the host for the Carnage symbiote, is a deranged serial killer. Therefore, it is not too unreasonable to think that a sequel with Carnage in it, despite Venom being PG-13, would get that coveted R rating. Well, not so according to Venom producer Avi Arad that told Collider:
“When you hear, Carnage, the only think you can think of is R. But, if you know his story, if you really know the comic, there’s no R here. He’s a tortured soul. It’s not about what he does, because we never have to show the knife going from here to there, and the blood is pouring. What you have to show is, what is the motivation? Was he born like that, or is he someone we should feel for, because if you are succeeding in making a villain someone you can feel for, jackpot.”
So, there it is, the producer of the film said that he has no intention of making Venom 2 with an R rating. What he says is true, in the original comics where Carnage is introduced there is not an abundance of swearing, nudity, or blood and guts. So why should the movie need an R rating? Yes, later iterations of the comic eventually become more adult themed, but all comic characters eventually have a mature run – that doesn’t mean all comic movies should get that R rating.
Also, Sony may still have some plans on tying their universe into Marvel’s universe. A PG-13 rating will help to keep everything a little bit more even. This type of merger is still just speculation, and Sony may not ever integrate Venom into the Avenger’s universe. However, it is still a possibility at this time.
What do yo think of this? Do you think a movie with Carnage in it should be rated R? Leave a comment below and let’s make a discussion out of it.
Venom is a movie that has been in the back of everybody’s minds for over a year now – not quite at the level of being “hyped” but we all knew it was coming out and there was mild interest from just about everyone out there who enjoys a good super hero romp. Then the critics came out and posted their thoughts on this movie, and like a stone dropping into the ocean expectations plummeted. However, after seeing the Tom Hardy led movie, I have to ask myself, “Why is this hated on?” Venom was actually pretty fun!
The movie does start out slow – beginning with a ship crashing to earth and bringing the symbiotes to our planet. There is a lot of exposition explaining why we should like Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock, and why we should hate Riz Ahmed as Carlton Drake. From there the film continues to drag on showing why the suave Eddie Brock went from respected journalist to jobless looser – and it continues down this path a little bit too long. However, just as I was about to give up on this movie the symbiotic Venom is finally introduced and things kick into high gear really fast. Continue reading “Venom Review – And Why You Should See It”
Did you know there has been a movie based on the Call of Duty video game franchise in the works for over a year? I didn’t. But there is!
Hollywood has yet to create a movie based on a video game that has had any success, but that won’t keep them from trying again and again. Activision Blizzard Studios, a film division of the video game developer Activision Blizzard, has a director in their sites for a Call of Duty movie.
According to a report by Variety sources have told them that Stefano Sollima, the current director on Sicario 2: Soldado that will be released June 29 of this year, is in negotiations to direct an adaptation of the video game. Continue reading “A ‘Call of Duty’ movie is coming and we may have a director!”
Spider-Man: Homecoming is the first full length super-hero movie collaboration between Disney’s Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures. And, I have to say, they did an outstanding job! In this newest iteration of Spider-Man Peter Parker, who is a 15-year-old kid, is trying to figure out what it means to be a super-hero as well as a normal teenager. This movie is very much a high school drama/coming of age type of movie. It shows real struggles that teenagers face as they go through high school, as well as portraying how a teenage superhero may deal with those struggles.
Starting off, I have to say that this movie is a lot of fun. It has a familiarity that ties it perfectly into the existing Marvel Cinematic Universe, yet still manages to feel different. The young-adult aspect is something that is central in all the early versions of the Spider-Man comics, yet, until now, has not been accurately portrayed on the big screen. Continue reading “A Superior, Amazing, Spectacular ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Review – Non Spoiler”