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Glen Ilnicki
Glen Ilnicki 228 posts

Glen has been reading comic books and playing video games his whole life. His unhealthy passion, however, is for film. He currently resides in Ottawa, Canada.

Mark Wahlberg drops out of Uncharted film project

It’s no surprise that there’s been talk about a potential Uncharted film for years. With its linear narrative and gameplay, superior voice acting, big action set pieces and overall cinematic

Deadpool is the most mistake-ridden movie of 2016

After being in development hell for years, Deadpool finally came out at the start of 2016 and surprised both audiences and critics, grossing $782.6 million against its relatively small budget

Hugh Jackman took pay cut to ensure Logan’s R rating

Making a movie R-rated is often a risky decision. After all, it’s limiting ticket sales to a smaller population while losing profit from those who aren’t able to purchase a

Westworld’s Jimmi Simpson discusses possibility of season 2 return

Well, that finale of Westworld was quite the doozy. If you completely understood everything that occurred, then good for you; you’re a better person than I. The 90-minute episode was

Jeff Bridges explains difficulties he faced while filming Iron Man

The original Iron Man is widely considered one of the best comic book movies ever made. It also paved the way for The Avengers and this little thing in movies

George Lucas praises Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

You have to be pretty nervous if you’re directing a Star Wars film, one that’s part of probably the most beloved and iconic franchises in history. The pressure involved must

Zootopia leads Annie Awards nominations

Before the best animated film of the year is announced at the Oscars, a whole award show is dedicated to the genre. The Annie Awards is an annual ceremony that

Mark Hamill comments on Donald Trump and his cabinet

Just because the presidential race is over doesn’t mean the craziness has ended. It seems no person, place, thing or, now, movie franchise is safe from the reaches of this

Doctor Strange gets an 8-bit adaptation

Doctor Strange is still going strong in theaters, earning more than $600 million, with a score of 90% on Rotten Tomatoes. Along with its dazzling visuals and strong performances, the

Marvel brings Inhumans to outer space in new comic book

There’s a lot going on with the Inhumans and the X-Men lately in the comic book world. Following the current Death of X storyline, the two groups will go head

Mortal Kombat reboot film finds its director

Although the 1995 film Mortal Kombat was a big hit at a time in the mid-’90s when the games were even more popular, the franchise hasn’t been able to recreate

The Walking Dead showrunner discusses potential movie

The 7th season of The Walking Dead is still going strong with 12 million viewers tuning in every week. Even after angering many fans with how the season 6 finale and

HBO’s Westworld renewed for second season

It’s hard to speak to anyone about television nowadays without the new HBO show Westworld coming up in conversation. The series, based on the 1973 Michael Crichton movie of the

Marvel announces Darth Maul comic book

Though Star Wars: Episode 1 – The Phantom Menace is considered a low point in the Star Wars franchise by many fans, one aspect of that movie that shines through

The Witch’s Robert Eggers to film remake of Nosferatu

Generally, horror films don’t really fare well with critics, but this year’s The Witch was a definite exception. This pleasant surprise of a film was praised for its directing, cinematography,

James Strong to direct J.R.R. Tolkien biopic

J.R.R. Tolkien is responsible for some of the most beloved novels of all time whose contents led to a multi-billion dollar movie series. Although the The Hobbit films had some problems, The Lord

Mr. Robot’s Rami Malek to play Freddie Mercury in Queen movie

A movie about the British rock band Queen and its lead singer Freddie Mercury has been in the works for some time now, but it looks like the film could

Mel Gibson criticizes violence in Marvel films

One of the beautiful (or perhaps terrible) things about art is that it’s open to so many interpretations. That’s sort of the point of it. The same thing can be

LOST’s Michael Emerson gives his take on the series’ polarizing finale

Whether you love it or hate it, I think we can all agree that Lost is one of the most polarizing shows of all time. Opponents of the series would

Disney continues trend with new live-action Snow White film

Are live-action Disney films the next ‘superhero movie’? Recently, films like Cinderella, The Jungle Book and Maleficent have become huge hits and we’re about to see even more of these