Off in a tirade, Josh Trank has officially been “clobbered” over his work and deleted social media.
If you’re like me, or the rest of the people who read this blog (and thanks), you’ve had these debates. Sigh. The struggle is real — more real than you would think.
Another cause. Another problem. Another petition? Oh hell no. It’s time for an open letter.
Seriously?! This guy isn’t a fan of CBMs? Let’s discuss the fine art of making a B-movie grindhouse flick, shall we?
There’s nothing worse than a movie full of potential tapping into none of it. Three, for me, come to mind…and here comes a migraine.
Marvel has amazing characters, but going cosmic assures the MCU will last for decades to come.
In a multiverse, anyone could have been Mysterio. In the Marvel Universe, we got the perfect man for the job. Now, where is he taking us?
Here they are — all 57 Marvel movies (even the Sony and other houses). Some are better than you think. Others needed to be taken out with the snap.
Now that Disney owns part of Fox, many Marvel characters can finally come home, but who?
Pairing wine and cheese is among the most high-tone things people do. Imagine nerds doing it…like here between directors and characters.
Thanos was one of the single greatest villains ever seen on the big screen. Is it possible to top a villain like that? Luckily, Marvel has a few options.
Now the Fantastic Four are home in Marvel, so who should be Doom. It’s a four-man race. Only. Here’s who.
The one project we just can’t quit is ‘Fantastic Four.’ Maybe a fancast for MCU will help the next version?
From a soap opera star to a superstar, Michael B. Jordan has done everything and is bad in nothing. Yes, including Fant4stic. Come at us, haters.
More than 50. How can you narrow them down to 10? You get sentimental and remember the source. For Stan, “Excelsior.”