September 27, 2016

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Potential options to replace Daniel Craig as 007

Go figure folks. Last week I posted a speculative piece looking at who could direct the next James Bond film now that Sam Mendes is out of the picture, and of the numerous folks I listed, only one realistic option (not counting Christopher Nolan, who is basically a pipe dream)[...]

“Preacher” is one of the most unique shows on television right now

We may just be in the Golden Age of television, ladies and gentlemen. I know people have said that for years, but as someone who mostly sticks to film and only occasionally goes in on a TV show, it takes a lot for me to notice things on the small[...]

“Me Before You” seeks to be another hit tearjerker

There’s a big market out there for romantic tearjerkers based on hit novels. Over the past few years, we’ve seen a handful of them hit screens, though notably the “blockbuster” among them all has been two years ago’s The Fault in Our Stars. This week’s new release Me Before You[...]

Who could direct the next James Bond film?

Over the last week or so, word spread throughout the industry that Sam Mendes would not be returning to the James Bond franchise for a third go around as director. I can’t say that this is in any way a surprise, considering he only came back for Spectre after Skyfall[...]

Andy Samberg has his own comedy vehicle with “Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping”

Depending on what you’ve seen him in, you might have a number of different takes on Andy Samberg. You could know him from his run on Saturday Night Live, his television show Brooklyn Nine-Nine, a handful of supporting roles in films, or his highest profile turn in Celeste and Jesse[...]

“Finding Dory”, “Independence Day: Resurgence”, and “The Neon Demon”: Movies to see in June

Happy Memorial Day to you all out there! With the long holiday weekend wrapping up, we’re only a day or so away from it being June. Oddly enough, while this used to be the point where the giant summer blockbusters would begin to come out and dominate screens, we’ve basically[...]

Potential Academy Award players from Cannes

Now that the 2016 Cannes Film Festival is safely in our rearview mirror, we can do what always happens a few days after the fest concludes…try and find some Oscar buzz! Yes, Cannes this year had some definite movies that will be in the conversation for Academy Award nominations, though[...]

“X-Men: Apocalypse” is another epic mutant battle

Did you know that the X-Men franchise is currently the longest running superhero franchise out there? Well, it is, which might surprise you. Though it didn’t get off the ground as early as the Batman or Superman franchises did, this one, which got going about 16 years ago, has managed[...]

“Alice Through the Looking Glass” will continue to print money for Disney

Disney certainly knows how to craft financially successful films. Especially when they take their animated classics and adapt them into live action features, the Mouse basically has a formula all but down pat. Opening this week, Alice Through the Looking Glass is the latest in that endeavor, one which was[...]

Oscar Isaac might be the most exciting actor in Hollywood

For my money, there are few actors right now doing better work than Oscar Isaac currently is. Since he’s burst on to the scene and transitioned from a working character actor to a scene stealer and leading man, he’s taken the industry by storm. For those unaware, X-Men: Apocalypse is[...]
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