Joined November 24th, 2007
* "10:00am - 11:00am Land of the Lost", should be "10:00am - 11:00am The Last Man On Earth".
We've known this from the beginning, that it would be a new take on Spider-Man that has no connection with the films that came before it and would be now in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Though, I guess there are still those out there (like people who wanted to Andrew Garfield to return) that just won't get it until they see the film.
Or it could just be an 'A' for, wait for it, ANT-MAN! That's the first thing I thought of when I saw it, not that they were hinting at him being an Avenger.
Sweet! Now I'm waiting for MovieWeb to post the Tim Burton tribute to Christopher Lee. Maybe George Lucas will do one too?
Great News! James Wan is a terrific Director and hopefully he will do something special with a character that really hasn't got a lot of respect in the last decade or so. I believe Aquaman can and will be cool and Wan & Momoa will be the guys to show us this. :)
I just saw this last night and it was a FANTASTIC film! Don't believe the naysayers and people who thrive on negativity! With that said, I don't remember her character ever saying she was a quarter Asian at all, just the many times she said she was a quarter Hawaiian. Did I feel the character was wrongly cast? Not really as I'm not sure what a human being of a quarter Hawaiian would look like, but I didn't think about it for a second or two. And honestly, if you cast the right person in the role, which I felt Emma Stone was, why does it matter. That is all! See ALOHA, you'll be glad you did. :)
Haha, I read this title and just thought, 'Well duh! We already knew that!'. Isn't that just expected? If you hire John Williams to continue writing music for the next Star Wars film, wouldn't he use themes from his past films for characters and scenes to connect and continue the franchise? I find it ridiculous and annoying what makes it as news on this site sometimes. With that said, and after reading the entire article, I understand that this question was asked to John Williams, so it's good that what we already expected is what will happen. I just wish sometimes that the titles of these articles were less unambiguous and would be titled something more news worthy. Like, oh I don't know, "‘Star Wars’ Composer John Williams Confirms That The Force Awakens Will Include The Classic Themes" It just looks more attractive and less shortsighted & frivolous.
That is wonderful! :)
I knew this day would come eventually, but I can't believe tonight will be the final episode of the Late Show with David Letterman. David Letterman has always been on as a talk show host as long as I can remember and he has always been one of my favorites to watch. He got me through my awkward years in High School, and I idolized him so much I tried to mimic him to give other classmates a chuckle and perhaps they would think I was a funny guy in the process. It worked because I was pretending to be one of the greatest comedic talk show hosts to ever to grace the television screen. So it comes to with a heavy heart that I will never again after tonight see one of my idol's on television as a talk show host ever again. I wish him well though, and may his future endeavors be riddled with zany laughter. Thank you David Letterman! You will be missed but never replaced as we will never see someone of your talent and caliber ever again. :'(
I like and respect Simon Pegg and his opinions about what films should be box office hits, but with that said I don't see it the way he does. To me big box office films should be about pure escapism, not about real world issues and that is what most are I feel. I also like to see more serious films too, that do deal with real world issues. I love that there is variety in that way. He says, and I quote, "Films used to be about challenging, emotional journeys or moral questions that might make you walk away and re-evaluate how you felt about ... whatever." and there are still films like he describes being made, you just have to look for them and go watch them. I don't fault him for saying what he did of course, he has a right to express his opinion like we all do. I just wonder where he's coming from and if something happened more then he let's on to sound so over what he used to like and deciding to bash it. Oh well, I will always like him. :)
Everything about this makes me happy. I love Lasse Hallström's films & to see Will Ferrell in one will be a treat. Plus, anything Johnny Depp is involved in is defiantly always something to peak my interest of course. Basically a trifecta of amazing talent working together. Perfect!
Great News! Now I need to watch all the previous episodes to get prepared for these new ones. :)
:'( I have all kinds of feels from this. I'm looking forward to this season finale episode, but I also don't want this season to end it's so good. I'm excited though that come fall we will have Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow & Gotham to watch. Then mid-season we will have Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow, Gotham & Legends of Tomorrow. It's good to be a superhero fan. :)
Agreed, I've loved all the DC shows, though I haven't been watching ARROW. Again, agreed about Agents Of Shield. I watched the first episode and was done with it, so boring and I didn't care for any of the characters. I did however like Agent Carter.
You do realize that the DC Cinematic Universe and DC tv shows are not connected in anyway right? There was never meant to be continuity or cohesiveness between the two. If you do know that and just wish they were connected, then that's cool.
Again great stuff! DC may behind in their Cinematic Universe at this time, but their tv shows are top notch.
This looks great! DC is killing with their tv shows so far.
Menacing for sure. I can't wait to see this film.
"Still, there is still plenty we don't know about director J.J. Abrams's highly-anticipated sci-fi adventure..." And we should keep it that way, don't ya think? Shouldn't we be surprised when we sit down on December 18th to watch the new film? Personally I really don't want to know anymore about it. I like some mystery to my films. With that said, that would be interesting and fun to find out that Craig, Cruise and C*mberbatch were all storm troopers in the film, but we as audience members never knew it was them because they never show their faces. I'd dig it anyways.