Yes, Spider-Man’s (and Marvel fans’) lives have been flipped upside down after the huge announcement that dropped just this week. Sony refused to alter the agreement they had with Marvel for co-producing
Disney has no plans to halt its current plan to remake every animated movie you love. Why would it? Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, and The Lion King all made over $1 billion at the box office (The Lion
1989’s Batman is rated PG-13 (for “action violence and some sexual references”), as is Batman Returns, Batman Forever, Batman & Robin, Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises, Batman v Superman:
Last weekend at Comic-Con, Marvel Studios announced a whole host of movies and Disney+ streaming TV shows. Natalie Portman as the new Thor? Into it. A Doctor Strange sequel exploring the multiverse? Please
(WARNING: This post contains spoilers for Avengers: Endgame, which you’ve hopefully seen by now if you’re reading this.) All of the Spider-Man shakeup news is what’s currently transfixing the Marvel Cinematic
Director Adrian Lyne’s supernatural thriller “Jacob’s Ladder” was hardly the biggest box office hit of 1990 — and certainly not as massive as screenwriter Bruce Joel Rubin’s other movie that year, “Ghost.”
Netflix delivers content produced by some celeb powerhouses this week. First up is a reality competition series from Charlize Theron that tasks wannabe racers with completing an insane obstacle course.
Russell Crowe Was Furious About The Horrible Courtside Seats For Australia’s Scrimmage Against Team USA
Those who woke up early or stayed up late in the continental 48 got to check out the United States men’s basketball team take on Australia in Melbourne as part of the lead-up to the 2019 FIBA World Cup.
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