Wonder Woman 84 has moved its release back seven months from Nov. 1, 2019 to June 5, 2020. This is the second film in under a week to move to 2020. First, it was Jungle Cruise, and now it’s Wonder Woman 84. I do not feel the latter move is connected to the form, but… read more

It seems there is still some life to Michael. Halloween took in a staggering $77.5M in the U.S. and a further $14.3M at the foreign markets for $91.8M off of a $10M budget. Rumor is that talks had begun even before this film was out, so expect it to be happening for sure now. Second… read more

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This is very much a housekeeping post, but an important one to my annual “Movies of the year” or “movies of the quarter” posts. I used to do all the upcoming releases for the year in one post, and it was just too difficult, especially when you got to the later months. Then I moved… read more

Netflix has canceled Luke Cage. The streaming service spent the last week trying to convince everyone that canceling Iron Fist shouldn’t be taken as a sign of anything, but when you do the exact same thing, and hide ie yet again on a Friday night, one week later… I’m going to have trouble believing you.… read more


Normally when you hear a movie is delayed you figure something has gone wrong with it. Or, if it’s Disney, you can sit on a movie for months on end because you need to fix another problem. On Friday it was revealed that Jungle Cruise starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Emily Blunt was moving… read more

Daredevil season 3 launches tomorrow on Netflix. For all of my quibbles with the overall Netflix Marvel Universe, Daredevil is hands-down the best series. I recently went back and watched season 2 as it had been a while, and it was even better the second time around. Yes, the plot can get a bit silly… read more


I recently had a chance to watch the 1931 version of Dracula. This film is considered one of the cornerstones of horror films, and kicked off 30 Universal Monster movies. I have no idea how it kicked off anything. Mind you, I understand I am sitting here in 2018 and watching a film from 1931,… read more

No, you aren’t dreaming, that Alfred – Batman’s butler – origin story is moving forward and has even found its lead actor. Pennyworth, as it’s known has cast Jack Bannon (Fury, The Imitation Game) as a younger version of Alfred Pennyworth. The series will deal with the time period after he left the British SAS… read more


Probably time to get ready for a bunch of Spider-Man spinoff films. Venom took first place this weekend with $35.7M, dropping 55.5 percent. Domestically it has hit $142.8M and globally it already sits at $378.10M off of a $100M budget. Second place went to A Star is Born with $28M in the U.S, a drop… read more

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Star Wars The Mandalorian is in full production, and executive producer Jon Favreau is sharing some photos of props. First up, Boba Fett’s rifle from the Star Wars Holiday Special has arrived. At least that Special was good for something? View this post on Instagram A post shared by Jon Favreau (@jonfavreau) on Oct 12,… read more

Netflix canceling Iron Fist seems to have thrown people off.  It happens, TV shows end. Sometimes unceremoniously. Sometimes they’re planned. At the end of the day, however, every TV show will come to an end. Iron Fist now has the claim to fame of being the first Marvel show canceled at Netflix. It had to… read more

A new Glass trailer arrived on Thursday, and I’m shocked I’m actually looking forward to an M. Night Shyamalan. My relationship with his films can best be described as rocky at best. Where he has lucked out is I actually consider Unbreakable his best film, and Split was a worthy sequel. To see the story wrap… read more

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