It’s been ages since I remember hearing about this property being made into a movie. The last time I heard anything, I believe Sam Raimi was attached to direct, but that was like six years ago, which equates to forevers ago in Hollywood time. So I thought it was all but shut down in recent years, but now they’re moving forward with Duncan Jones, the dude who directed Source Code and Moon. Continue Reading
I don’t think it’s a stretch to say that this movie has been garnering more attention than other comic book movie adaptations currently in development or in post-production. It also wouldn’t make a fair assertion since Bryan Singer has been using all forms of social media to drum up a lot of interest towards this movie by dropping hints and big names that are returning for the ride. Continue Reading
If you watch “The Boondocks” on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim, a smart controversial adaptation of a comic strip of the same name from creator Aaron McGruder, then you know who Uncle Ruckus is. He’s a silver-tongued Uncle Tom with a passion for country music. When the crew behind the series mentioned recently that a huge Boondocks related news was forthcoming, everybody thought it would be a renewal for the fourth season. While that is still a possibility, it wasn’t the news they announced. Continue Reading
If you saw “Wreck-it-Ralph” in theaters, then you’ll remember a certain black-and-white animated short that preceded the movie. It used the origami motif to draw the two characters in the short together and managed to tug at my pessimistic heart string at the same time. Continue Reading
Recently, it’s been revealed that Paul Giamatti’s been in talks to play The Rhino in the upcoming Amazing Spider-man sequel. I’m sure a lot of you are quite skeptical about the news, but there’s a footage floating on the internet that might convince you otherwise.
Remember Shaolin Soccer? Remember Kung-Fu Hustle? Remember how long it’s been since we’ve seen those two films? Stephen Chow makes his return to his brand of slapstick martial-arts goodness with “Journey to the West,” an old Chinese fable about a Buddhist priest and a band of demons who go on a journey for redemption (it features a monkey demon by the name of “Son Goku,” which is where DBZ creator, Akira Toriyama, got the idea). Continue Reading