On May 4, an eight-episode docuseries focusing on the behind-the-scenes creation of The Mandalorian‘s first season will be released and then, later this year in October, the series’ season 2 will be available for us to feast our eyes on.
However, news broke this past week that season 3 is already in development and that concept art is being developed for the season’s storyline. Oh my goodness, this is so exciting.
The Sequel Trilogy was a hot mess because a clear vision wasn’t conceived for the overall storyline. The only thing the three movies share is the characters, and even the characters managed to get swallowed up in the story, namely Rose who basically had a fancy cameo appearance in The Rise of Skywalker.
It seems like The Mandalorian is not suffering from a lack of vision. Jon Favreau apparently has been working on this story for a while and that is a great thought.
But before I can get fully invested in Season 3 I can’t wait to simply see Season 2.
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Over the years, Helena Bonham Carter has become an actress I’ve become more and more familiar with, but most importantly I am always wowed by her stark roles. She almost feels like the female version of Johnny Depp to me. She plays all sorts of roles but those roles are often very memorable because of her remarkable performances. Today, I wanted to highlight her for this week’s A Movie Ranking. Enjoy!
9. Ocean’s Eight
I wish this movie had been as good as the other Ocean’s movies. Unfortunately, it wasn’t. Continue reading A Movie Ranking: Helena Bonham Carter
Okay, the moment has arrived for me to share my top 5 favorite scenes in the MCU. So, with no further delay, here they are.
5. The Peter Tingle
Every superhero has their moment. You know. That moment when they realize their full potential as a hero and become greater than they already were. In the last bout against Mysterio and his killer drones Spider-Man finally fits the missing link to his abilities; his Spidey-sense or as they call it in these films, the Peter Tingle.
It’s a scene crafted from epic proportions as Spider-Man, with his eyes closed, takes down Mysterio’s drones in a musicless rampage of awesomeness that puts goosebumps on my goosebumps every time. I love this scene! Continue reading My Top 20 Favorite Scenes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe: Part 4
Into the Rift, the Valkyrie flew, their formation showcasing a powerful and united unit. Surrounding them, in the Netherrealm, or as the Asgardians called it, the Middle Passage, were massive turrets of brimstone that rose in the darkness. The black sky was punctured by a myriad of colorful lights that cast the Valkyrie under a rainbow-colored glow.
The Netherrealm was undoubtedly ethereal but the dangers in the darkness kept the Valkyrie tense and ready to fight. It wasn’t long before those exact dangers emerged from the deep; shadow-like creatures called Nevix clambering up the brimstone turrets. Their moaning cries filled the air as they clawed and jumped at the Valkyrie, their open maws revealing fiery innards.
“Keep formation and follow me!” Samantha yelled as she slashed a Nevix that was jumping at her from above.
“Yes, sir!” her Valkyrie responded. Continue reading Valkyrie: The Kings of Asgard?: Chapter Six