Let’s face it. Biopic films are mostly tragic. I mean, just look at Monroe, Bohemian Rhapsody, and Elvis. Tell me it isn’t true. So, it is actually kind of refreshing to see a biopic that ain’t tragic. And that biopic? The WEIRD: The Al Yankovic Story. That’s right folks. Weird Al Yankovic, the artiste best …
Black Adam has got to be the most anticipated DC Comics live-action movie this year. The antihero (read: a misguided superhero) silver appearance stars former wrestling superstar and one of Hollywood’s biggest earners, Dwayne Johnson in the titular role (who also serves as a producer, btw), and is directed by Jaume Collet-Serra (Jungle Cruise).
Here’s the official trailer of Netflix’s Marilyn Monroe film, Blonde. Unlike Elvis, Blonde is not a straight-up biography of Monroe, though. It is a fictionalized story based on the novel by Joyce Carol Oates of the same name, originally published in 2000.
When the first trailer of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law dropped a couple of months ago, the feedback was that She-Hulk‘s CGI was bad and so, here it is another trailer, apparently with tweaks on She-Hulk. Personally, I do not see much of tweaks, TBH.
DC fans should be elated. OK, maybe not so much for The Flash movie because you know, the bad PR and all. At last year’s DC Fan Dome, DC was drop-happy with teasers and trailers. Among them, The Batman had already hit the theaters in March and DC Peacemaker is already streaming on HBO Max. …
Good news for fans of 60s macabre-themed TV shows like The Addams Family and The Munsters. The latter has been turned into a movie by Rob Zombie. The movie is produced, written, and directed by the musician, songwriter, and director who is best known for his direction of the 2007 Halloween movie reboot and his …
2022 marks the 35 years since the release of the animated feature G.I. Joe: The Movie which presents the golden opportunity for fans to relive the awesome direct-to-video animated movie and for the companies behind it to sell tickets to fans to watch it.
Are mad about Black Adam was less of the villain he was he was first introduced? Well, if you aren’t (mad), then great cos’ you will probably like his very first standalone live-action movie called, well, Black Adam. First teased at last year’s DC Fan Dome, today Warner Bros. Pictures dropped the first official trailer.
Shin Ultraman opened on the 13 this month. Since then, it had been the no. 1 movie in Japan for two consecutive weeks and rolled in over 2 billion yen (about US$15 million) at the box office. But this latest Shin movie is not about to rest on its laurels.
If Thor: Love and Thunder’s official teaser has gotten you all high and excited, then you’d be prepared to go ga-ga over the official trailer. Earlier this week, Marvel Studios dropped the Thor: Love and Thunder official trailer, and oh boy, are we thrilled!