…the CGI is looking particularly gamey, as in video gamey.
I have officially reached the point of trailer saturation–when a trailer starts to reveal more information than I am comfortable knowing, as far as Ant-Man is concerned, at any rate. Like when Hulk caught Iron Man during the first Avengers–which was featured prominently in the trailer–I honestly don’t want any more surprises, no matter how small […]
Some people are critical of Marvel using lesser known directors for the superhero properties–the main one being that they’re cheaper than better known talent. This relates directly to rumors that they’re considering Rick Famuyiwa and Ava DuVernay, for upcoming Marvel projects. And while their relative inexpensiveness is undeniably a factor, I don’t think it’s nearly as important as […]
Part 1: Send In The B-Team Looking at Marvel today, it would be easy to assume that they have always been as successful as they are. Though you’d be wrong because, before they were purchased by Disney, even before they launched their movie production arm, Marvel Studios, they were flirting with bankruptcy. To stop the […]
Have you ever dealt with someone who was so set in their ways that they ignored any common sense response to their predicament? That’s what i feel about what’s going on with Warner Bros. scheduling their upcoming “Superman Vs. Batman” against the currently untitled Captain America 3. Disney had originally had that space staked out […]
I was watching Netflix, when I saw one of the new additions was “The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes,” a cartoon that’s, essentially, a twenty-three minute advert for Marvel Studios upcoming ‘Avengers’ movie this May. The show is featured on Disney XD, which is owned by Disney (as is Marvel). I didn’t expect all that much, […]