The trailers only scratch the service of an incredible action movie with a smart backbone, reminding us how hard it is to deal with personal conflict, loss and remorse.
You either loved Batman V Superman, hated Batman V Superman, or didn’t bother watching it from all the negative hype. Either way, it would seem that Warner Bros. Studios and DC are happy with the movie because they’ve just added two more DC films to their jam-packed 4 year plan. Here’s the new schedule:
Suicide Squad – August 5, 2016
Wonder Woman – June 2, 2017
Justice League – Part 1 – November 17, 2017
The Flash – March 23, 2018
Aquaman – July 27, 2018
UNTITLED DC Film – October 5, 2018
Shazam – April 5, 2019
Justice League – Part 2 – June 14, 2019
UNTITLED DC Film – November 1, 2019
Cyborg – April 3, 2020
Green Lantern Corps – June 19, 2020
Which films would you like to see? Obviously Ben Affleck’s Batman, but what else!? Wonder Woman sequel? Booster Gold? Whatever you think, comment below!
It sure is a great time to be a nerd isn’t it? We seem to be running the show when it comes to movies, TV, the interwebs… pretty much everything. The new cool thing seems to be this platform that seems to defy time and space, many have been all consumed by it that new terms and phrases have been invented because of it. This platform I speak of… Netflix, the thing that stole “binge watching” from DVD/ Bluray collections, and now even has a much more sexy term of “Netflix and Chill.” Where am I going with all this Netfix shenanigans? Well, I am sorry for those expecting a post about Netflix, but the title is kind of where I am going with this. Let us get into something that was reinvented, Daredevil… mainly season two.
Even before any details about this movie became public knowledge, the fans and would-be fans were up in arms. Bets were quickly placed, I told you so’s were being prepped, humble pies were being baked. There was no way this movie was going to make everyone happy. There was definitely going to be a lot of hate, a lot of love, and a lot of memes. So it comes to no surprise that the actual release of the film created a whirlwind of opposing opinions…. here is mine.
Deadpool is obviously the movie that we deserve after his horrendous big screen debut in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. But more importantly, it’s the movie that we need right now with the massive influx of superhero movies. Did you know that there’s six superhero movies this year? Luckily for Fox Studios, Deadpool stands apart and probably at the top, from the all the rest.
How is everyone doing on their New Year’s resolutions? How are those abs coming along? Don’t give up!
While we can’t help you achieve buns of steel we CAN help you reminisce on the nerdy good times of 2015! And boy o’ boy were there some good times! Many fresh new faces along with some familiar ones! Lets check out these lists as selected by you!