There’s something fitting, in this 75th anniversary year for Wonder Woman, that the character’s iconic portrayer, Lynda Carter, has returned to television as the President of the United States in the “Supergirl” series. Spoiler Alert: Cinemablend discusses the twist that […]
There seems to be a new superhero movie every month or two this year. We’ve already had “Captain America: The Winter Solider” and “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” and in a couple of weeks we’ll get the new X-Men film. Quartz […]
On top of the distressing news that Halle Berry’s Storm character in the new X-Men movie has been cut down to one scene — possibly just one line — and Anna Pacquin’s Rogue removed entirely, comes some more bad news. […]
Attention fanboys and fangirls! Tonight on PBS is the sensational story of the real origins of superheroes and the men and women who dreamed them up. Thrilling, insightful, and wildly entertaining — highly recommended.
I always say that superhero movies are defined by the villains. So in the midst of all the debate about Ben Affleck as the new Batman, I am much more interested in the possibility that Bryan Cranston as bad guy […]
Susan Wloszczyna has a terrific column on RogerEbert.com and the headline gets right to the point. DEAR HOLLYWOOD: HIRING WOMEN DIRECTORS COULD RESCUE THE SUPERHERO MOVIE. LOVE, HALF THE HUMAN RACE And where is that Wonder Woman movie, […]
And swords, kung fu, guns, blasters, aliens, and He-who-must-not-be-named.