‘Aquaman 2’ Has A Release Date!

If you loved Aquaman like I did I’m sure you have been waiting to find out when the sequel would happen. Well, a release date for Aquaman 2 has been announced today and it looks like we’re going to have a long time to wait, for it’s coming out on December 16, 2022. Yeah, three years from now.

Well, that’s a bummer. I was so hoping we’d get to a sequel maybe next year or in 2021 but it looks like we won’t see the awesomeness of Aquaman for a while yet. The good thing about this news, however, is the fact that the writers hired to write this sequel will have plenty of time to deliver an outstanding script and I can’t wait to see what they have in store for us.

I thank you for reading and I hope you have a wonderful day.

It’s Nine Days Until ‘Captain Marvel’!

A day has passed and Captain Marvel‘s arrival into theaters is drawing ever closer. As a wise man named Luke Skywalker once said, “Breathe, just breathe.” To think that this movie is so close is just…mindboggling. Oh my goodness I’m so ready! 🙂

Picture of the Day:

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Before Carol Danvers was a powerful superhero who could save the world singlehandedly she was an awesome Air Force pilot serving her country. I can’t wait to learn more about this side of her story.

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All Hail ‘The Lion King’

I’ve seen The Lion King maybe, four or five times in my life. It won two Oscars; Best Original Score by Hans Zimmer and Best Original Song, “Can You Feel The Love Tonight” by Elton John and Tim Rice. If it had been made in the days when animated films were honored with their own Best Picture of sorts it most likely would have won that as well because it’s an amazing movie.

Time and time again I watch this film, I find myself crying throughout the movie for its emotional moments, whether those moments are triumphant or heartbreaking, and every time the film reaches its conclusion I can’t help but shake my head in awe at the movie’s brilliance.

I don’t watch this movie often. Maybe once every few years. The other night I watched The Lion King after not having seen it a while and once again, I was blown away.

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My Version of The Last Jedi: Chapter Twenty-Seven

Admiral’s Sterk’s Shutdown

A woman stands at a console gazing at the screen. And then her eyes widen. She turns tail and runs off the bridge, not minding the strange glances given to her. She ran, pushing herself faster and faster, dipping around corners and barely avoiding running into several people.

She needed to find Admiral Sterk but where could she be? She hadn’t seen her in hours. Maybe the stress of everything was finally getting to her.

She turned one more corner and had to skid to a halt to prevent bowling into Admiral Sterk who was walking straight toward her. Sterk seemed surprised.

“Lieutenant Hyde, what’s the matter?”

Hyde began to try to catch her breath and then finally blurted the information she was trying to provide.

“Someone on this cruiser has sent a transmission,” she gasped.

Sterk’s eyes widened and then narrowed with anger. “Who sent a message?”

Hyde shook her head. “I don’t know, sir, but there has been illegal activity recently.”

Sterk nodded curtly. “Thanks, Lieutenant.”

As Admiral Sterk stormed to the bridge her temples began to knot. She had an idea who had defied her and if she was correct he would feel her wrath.

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