‘Gretel & Hansel’ Review – Superb Style Almost Makes Up for a Laborious Pace

The prospect of yet another take on the Hansel and Gretel fairy tale will probably make you roll your eyes at first. As one of the most popular Brothers Grimm stories, it has been through countless retellings and adaptations for more than two centuries. When you have versions of the tale that range from stoner…

‘Masters of the Universe’ Will Release On Netflix (EXCLUSIVE)

We have learned that (formerly) Sony’s ‘Masters of the Universe’ film will now be developed and distributed by Netflix. The film is currently projected for a late 2021-early 2022 release. The Hollywood Reporter stated in September 2019 that Sony Pictures studio chairman Tom Rothman was “exploring the prospect of getting risk-free cash for the pricey…

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‘Birds of Prey’ Review – An Action-Packed, Colorful, and Energetic Story of Emancipation

Last Wednesday, I and our lead film editor Ben Rolph arrived at the Birds of Prey World Premiere at the BFI IMAX in London. Despite being disappointed by Suicide Squad, I had been eagerly awaiting the return of my favorite character from the franchise, Harley Quinn, ever since test footage was released in early 2019.…

Sundance 2020: ‘Sergio’ Review – Wagner Moura and Ana de Armas Carry Netflix’s New Biopic

Netflix's new biopic, Sergio, follows the life of the famed Brazilian United Nations diplomat Sérgio Vieira de Mello. His extraordinary life was driven by the fight for human rights as he helped refugees and those in need within collapsed nations across the world. His resume rose him high in the U.N's arsenal of expert negotiators.…

Analyzing The Future of the Arrowverse after “Crisis on Infinite Earths”

Crisis on Infinite Earths was the culmination of 8 years and almost 30 Seasons across all the series that make up the “Arrowverse”. Starting back in 2012, Arrow was The CW’s next move with a DC Comic property following the 10 year long run of Smallville coming to an end in 2011. Back then it was clear the creatives at both Warner Bros. and The CW were confident that Arrow would be a success.

A Quarter Mile at a Time: Emotional Intelligence in The Fast Saga

"I don’t have friends… I got family." When talking about the Fast Saga, it is hard to not bring up that oh so infamous and often memed line that, by itself, defines the entire franchise. The ‘friends are family’ trope is a well-worn one that has been done well (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2)…

Sundance 2020: ‘Happy Happy Joy Joy: The Ren & Stimpy Story’ Review – Ethics Get Questioned by the Ugly Truths of a Beloved Cartoon

Ren & Stimpy, the widely known program Nickelodeon probably wants people to slowly start forgetting. The scrawny chihuahua and blue-nosed cat blew up the cartoon industry in the early 90s, making way for the massive wave of animation auteurism that gave birth to many classics. It is completely fair to say that Spongebob Squarepants, Courage the…

Byron Howard & Jared Bush Set To Direct Disney’s Next Animated Film – Will Center On A Latinx Family (EXCLUSIVE)

We have learned that Byron Howard and Jared Bush are set to direct Walt Disney Animation’s next film. Sources say that the film will center on a Latinx family, which is a huge step for Walt Disney Animation Studios. The studio has recently wrapped and released ‘Frozen 2’, which (excluding ‘The Lion King’) has become…

‘Babylon’ Character Details Revealed – Film Eyeing July Start Date in Los Angeles (EXCLUSIVE)

We have learned that Damien Chazelle’s ‘Babylon’ is eyeing to begin filming in July in Los Angeles. We have also learned some new details regarding the two lead characters. Brad Pitt and Emma Stone are already signed on to star in the film however, these actors will not be in the lead roles. Sources say…

‘Uncharted’ Now Eyeing To Begin Filming In March In Berlin & Spain – Ruben Fleischer Finalised To Direct (EXCLUSIVE)

UPDATE: Chung Hoon-Chung has joined the crew as cinematographer for the film. Chung is known for his previous work as cinematographer on ‘IT’, ‘Zombieland 2: Double Tap’, ‘Earthquake Bird’ and ‘Hotel Artemis’. He has recently wrapped as cinematographer on Edgar Wright’s next film ‘Last Night In Soho’. We have learned that following the film’s release…