FeigeQuest

In case you’re wondering, David Zaslav is still looking for someone to act as the ‘Kevin Feige’ for DC Films and apparently it isn’t going to be Walter Hamada (and based on his tenure thus far that’ should be fairly obvious’s probably a wise decision). My question is why aren’t they looking for someone who’s […]

Batgirl Put On The Shelf!?

In 2021 Warner Bros, then run by Jason Kilar, was purchased by Discovery Communications though prior to the deal being finalized a Batgirl film was in development, and recently completed. Originally the plan was that it was going to premiere on HBOMax, though executives were seemingly so impressed with what they were seeing that it […]

The Green Hornet Revisited

I reviewed 2011’s The Green Hornet and while I thought it wasn’t terrible, it wasn’t faithful enough to the television series it was based on (which ran from 1966-1967 and was a spinoff of Batman, which was cancelled a year later). The problem by my reckoning was more due to the writing by Seth Rogen […]

The Scarlet Witch (And Why She’s So Awesome)

I I get the feeling that a lot of people may not liked the fate of the Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022) but one has to admit she was all sorts of awesome in the movie. From her introduction in Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) – though […]

REview: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

While I enjoyed 2016’s Doctor Strange I wish that it had been…well…weirder. And to be fair there was quite a burden on director Scott Derrickson’s shoulders, namely now to introduce a character that’s amongst the weirdest in Marvel’s stable, but do so in a manner that doesn’t turn off people who’re grown accustomed to their […]

Worldwide Box-Office Sucks The Life From ‘Morbius’

When movies were released at the height of the pandemic one could easily blame their underperforming on people being leery of catching the virus. Nowadays? COVID is hanging – and mutating – on but economies all over the world seem to be coming back to life, emerging like a bear from deep hibernation. This was […]