If you love Disney movies then I’m sure you’ve seen Aladdin potentially a few times. I’ve only seen it once but I used to read the novelization of it and listen to the songs all the time and it quickly became one of my favorite Disney films of all time. When they announced they were going to make a live-action of the movie I got SOOO excited. Beauty and the Beast was pretty fantastic, considering the classic version it had to go up against, and I am beyond excited to see this magical story brought to the big screen.
And, if this wasn’t exciting enough, the teaser trailer is set to come out tomorrow! Ahh! This is awesome. I can’t wait to see it!
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The other day I wrote a post displaying my admiration for the incredible posters that came along with the latest trailer for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. Unfortunately I happened to miss one of the posters and now that I’ve seen it I am blown away. One of the other characters that is set to appear in this trailer is another female wizard. Now before I write any further here is the poster.
Is there anything about this poster that rings a bell? If not then let me tell you why this may just be the most important character poster of them all. This character’s name is obviously Nagini. Nagini, in the Harry Potter series, was basically Voldemort’s right-hand man, or woman obviously in this case. To think that this film will showcase Nagini in her earliest stages is creepily fascinating.
And, if you may recall, Nagini ends up becoming one of Voldemort’s horcruxes which Neville Longbottom killed. This is all intriguing Harry Potter knowledge and I absolutely can’t wait to see what other revelations these Fantastic Beasts movies will provide for the Harry Potter series.
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The latest X-Men movie I watched was Logan and while it was the only superhero film to get nominated for an Oscar besides visual effects and sound editing in forever (for Best Writing Adapted Screenplay) it, to me, was a somewhat boring film that took too long bringing about Wolverine’s imminent demise. I’ve recently seen X-Men: Days of Future Past and while for the most part it’s an enjoyable film it, like most X-Men movies, was a tad bit boring.
Now another installment in the X-Men franchise is set to come out next February with X-Men: Dark Phoenix. This story is focusing on Jean Grey and while I don’t know much about her character or her comic book history I do know this much, she’s finding her dark side in this film. Here’s the first official trailer for the movie.
Continue reading The Phoenix Has Arrived
Since Rocky IV there hadn’t been a decent installment in this legendary boxing movie franchise until Creed. Creed, written by Black Panther writer/director Ryan Coogler, is an incredibly crafted story of a young man who’s chasing his deceased father’s legacy, Apollo Creed, while building a legacy of his own. It’s filled with raw emotion, incredible acting, and realistic moments that truly ground the film in ways I haven’t seen since Rocky III.
Now, Creed returns with a new challenge. He must face the son of his father’s killer in a boxing match of the ages. So, to get you pumped for that exciting event, here’s the second trailer of Creed II.
Continue reading This Trailer Is Getting Me Pumped for ‘Creed II’
The final trailer for Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindelwald just dropped and along with it came a bunch of truly cool character posters to observe. So, here they are. Enjoy!
I don’t remember Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them very well but I do recall this character having issues. It’s nice to see that he didn’t die and I can’t wait to figure out what’s going on with him in this sequel.
Continue reading These New Posters for ‘Fantastic Beast: The Crimes of Grindelwald’ Are Kind of Awesome
Wonder Woman came out last year to a large array of praise. Not only was it the first female-led superhero film in the modern superhero era but it soared to an outstanding box-office run with $821 million dollars, making it one of the highest grossing films of 2017. It also was the first movie in the DCEU to get legitimate praise from both critics and casual moviegoers who all agreed that Wonder Woman was the new hero of the DCEU.
Fast forward to now and Marvel is presenting their first female-led film with the arrival of Captain Marvel next year. It took twenty movies for a woman to finally get her own standalone film in the MCU but with the arrival of the official trailer just yesterday it seems that the moment we’ve all been waiting for to see Captain Marvel come to life on the big screen is fast approaching. But, because Wonder Woman was the first movie to break the female-led superhero film milestone, comparisons are going to undoubtedly be made and that’s where the topic of this post comes in.
You see, along with the trailer came an incredibly awesome teaser poster that shows Captain Marvel in all of her powerful glory but there’s something a little off about this picture and that is its incredible similarity to the Wonder Woman teaser poster. Let me show you the similarities.
Continue reading Is It Just Me or Are The Posters for ‘Wonder Woman’ and ‘Captain Marvel’ Similar?
Marvel has become a wonderful franchise that people of all ages can enjoy. Some Marvel films are catered to an older audience while others may appeal to younger fans. But which of these movies are the most kid-friendly of the bunch? That’s what I’m here to share with you. Enjoy! (And I’m not ranking these movies by the way.)
As someone who’s a little older Ant-Man can be a little cheesy at times but younger children will have a blast watching this film. There isn’t a lot of profanity, the violence is contained and not that graphic, and it’s a fun film filled with a lot of humor. Children will quickly fall in love with Ant-Man after seeing this movie.
Ant-Man and the Wasp
Like Ant-Man, Ant-Man and the Wasp is a fun movie that caters heavily toward children. It isn’t dark and gloomy like some of the other Marvel films and it isn’t filled with a whole bunch of profanity. It’s simply a fun movie that’ll have your kids bouncing in their seat with joy.
Continue reading The Ten Most Kid-Friendly Marvel Movies