2022 has been an exciting year if you’re a cinema lover. There have been some disappointments along the way but for the most part, moviemakers have brought their A-game, delivering flicks with a simple promise that should be the basis of all films; entertainment. Movies like Top Gun: Maverick, Avatar, and RRR reminded us of the majesty of cinema, providing experiences audiences will never forget, while other movies like Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, All Quiet on the Western Front, and Everything Everywhere All at Once hit viewers in their emotional cores, reminding us of the power of a great, shockingly human story.
I’ve seen a lot of movies this year. making this the longest year-in-review movie list I’ve ever had to rank, so with no further delay, let’s get to this list.
Wow, this just popped out of nowhere. Ryan Reynolds just shared on social media that Deadpool 3 is officially in the works and guess who’s joining him?! Hugh Jackman, baby!
Yep, you heard correctly. Hugh Jackman is back to reprise his role as Wolverine and I couldn’t be happier. A few years ago this would’ve felt strange considering his epic swan song in the literal Oscar-winning movie Logan back in 2017 but now that we have the multiverse the idea of Deadpool and Wolverine starring in a movie together just sounds right.
Well, that was a fun surprise on a seemingly quiet Tuesday.
I thank you for reading and I hope you have a great day.
For the past couple of years, Disney+ has had Disney+ Day. It’s a celebration for the streaming service that offers us great new content, and this Disney+ Day, which drops on September 8, is the best yet.
First up, we have the long-awaited behind-the-scenes look at the making of Obi-Wan Kenobi. I’ve been waiting for this for months because Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen’s return to the franchise was one of the best things I’ve ever seen.
This show was not only a chance to see Kenobi and Darth Vader again but it was a perfect story, inserting an extra chapter into the narrative that feels like necessary viewing. I can’t wait to see this.
Last night was a packed night for Marvel fans. I’m talking jaw-dropping stuff. From new trailers and exciting title drops to exciting cast announcements and confirmations. And while there is MUCH to talk about thanks to all that mind-blowing news for now I will focus on the two trailers that were released online last night. Enjoy!
Ignore the CGi because it obviously looks wonky in some areas but I’m not focusing on that, this show looks fun as heck.
It’s here! It’s finally here! After weeks and weeks of fans clamoring for this teaser which we all knew would be awesome, Marvel Studios decided to drop it on the day that The Batman hits HBO Max. That’s cold. But anyway, with no further delay, here’s the teaser.
It’s the final part and that means it’s time to share with you my five favorite posters of the last decade. Enjoy!
5. The Multiverse Is Shattering
This poster is magnificent; from the way, Doctor Strange looks on the poster to the use of glass shards to include all of the other characters (and a few clues) in the movies. It’s a brilliant work of art and a true testament to Sam Raimi’s brilliance when it comes to directing a superhero movie.
I love it so much I have the textless version as a wallpaper for my phone.