Warner Bros. Reaffirms Emphasis on DC Solo Films After AQUAMAN’s Success

With Warner Bros.’ DC Films receiving mixed results critically and financially over the years, the studio has re-evaluated its approach…at least several times. Most recently, WB committed to emphasizing on solo films driven by directors, rather than big team movies. While these movies take place in the same universe, there won’t be an overarching story,…Continue Reading “Warner Bros. Reaffirms Emphasis on DC Solo Films After AQUAMAN’s Success”

GLASS on Track for $45-50 Million Opening Weekend

M. Night Shyamalan concludes his superhero trilogy this weekend with Glass, which combines Unbreakable and Split into a long-awaited sequel. After strong marketing, the film was on track to open in the $50-70 million range. However, early reviews have been mixed at best, which could impact box office legs. Now, latest tracking suggests a slight…Continue Reading “GLASS on Track for $45-50 Million Opening Weekend”


Despite his death in Avengers: Infinity War, everyone’s favorite Friendly Neighborhood Web-Slinger is back in Spider-Man: Far From Home. Today, Sony has released the first trailer for the sequel, which will see Peter Parker travelling to Europe. We also get a first look at the Elementals, as well as Jake Gyllenhaal’s Mysterio. Check it out…Continue Reading “SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME Trailer Released”

OPINION: Why Carrie Fisher was Irreplaceable as Leia Organa Solo

There’s been some back and forth over Carrie Fisher‘s last appearance in Star Wars: Episode IX. Many people don’t think she should have been present, while others suggested a recast or even a CGI digital recreation, like in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Ultimately, Todd Fisher (her brother) and Billie Jo Fisher (her daughter) agreed to allow Lucasfilm to use unseen…Continue Reading “OPINION: Why Carrie Fisher was Irreplaceable as Leia Organa Solo”