Elemental is coming to Theaters this 2023. My eyes are feasting from this visually delightful animation. CGI technology had improved immensely because I have visuals of translucent character models.
Lucasfilm’s latest Star Wars television presentation is Andor, a prequel series to Rogue One that details how the title character got involved with the Rebellion. It’s available to anyone with a Disney+ subscription, but if that somehow isn’t you, an alternate way to try out the show is coming.
Like it or not, we’re getting a fifth Indiana Jones movie starring a super-old Harrison Ford who will knock around commies with his walker or cane. But beyond that, the IP will still be valuable (assuming the movie isn’t so bad it tanks the whole thing), so what will Lucasfilm do next? Reboot?
WandaVision was a big hit for Disney+, which immediately caused a conundrum: usually hits are followed up with more of the same, but WandaVision was designed from Day 1 to be a closed story. The solution? Find unresolved threads from that story and continue things that way. For example, if Agatha’s still out there, give her a show. Agatha: House of Harkness is under production right now.
For those who missed this weekend’s final Jodie Whittaker episode of Doctor Who, you only need to know two things: One, it was a total mess, and Two, the episode ended with Whittaker regenerating into…David Tennant, the Tenth Doctor. Again.
Film director Tim Burton, speaking this week at the Lumière Festival in Lyon, France, revealed he will probably never make another film for Disney. His last picture for the studio was the 2019 remake of Dumbo.
The latest Wakanda Forever trailer was released this morning. For those wondering if we’d finally find out who the new Black Panther is, the answer is yes and no.
Disney and Marvel Studios have released the latest Marvel movie, Thor: Love and Thunder, on physical formats today.
The Little Mermaid’s live-action remake is a polarizing movie. The comments section of the sneak peek comparable to a toxic wasteland that will cause your veins to become poisoned. It all started with simple debates about Race Bending vs. Diversity.
I can imagine that, many years in the future, there will be people who are watching The Mandalorian in what appears to be the proper sequence. They’ll move from the Season 2 finale on to the Season 3 premiere, and wonder how Grogu can be back and where Mando got his new ship from. Then months later they’ll try Book Of Boba Fett out of curiosity and go, “Oh, so THIS is where that happened?”
Let’s be honest — 1994’s The Santa Clause is a movie that’s, at best, aggressively average. It’s a decent yet typical family film of the 1990s. Nothing to write home about. It’s just there. And to prove it, it doesn’t turn up on many people’s lists of All Time Top Ten Favorite Christmas Movies. I see Jingle All The Way listed more than Santa Clause and THAT movie is rather divisive.
In the 2019 film Captain Marvel, we were introduced to the Skrulls — a race of shapeshifting aliens who were able to blend into any society they wanted due to their ability. The movie take on the Skrulls was somewhat different from how the comics typically portrayed them…in Marvel Comics, Skrulls are evil and infiltrate societies to conquer them. But Captain Marvel established the MCU Skrulls are a peaceful race and don’t mean any harm.