Black Widow film may finally be in the works; Jac Schaeffer to pen

It looks like fans may finally get the Black Widow film they’ve been asking for since the introduction of Natasha Romanoff in 2010’s Iron Man 2. Now, Marvel may now

Long live in the king in the new Black Panther TV spot

It’s a night full of Black Panther goodness! Fans got to see Kendrick Lamar perform his new song “All The Stars” during the National Championship halftime show. “All the Stars” is

Slender Man is getting a movie, and here’s the trailer

The Slender Man movie is coming, and Sony has released the trailer for the upcoming horror film. Imagine that, a creature that originated as a creepypasta internet meme is now

Netflix’s Bright sequel is confirmed

After the success of the fantasy drama Bright, Netflix has announced a sequel to the film. Bright, which stars Will Smith and Joel Edgerton, tells the story of human, fairies,

Shazam! director David F Sandberg shuts down DC troll with logic

The DCEU is no stranger to being bashed on by fans, but Shazam! director David F. Sandberg pointed out some very basic information to a fanboy who had some not-so-nice

New Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald photos released

Warner Bros. Pictures has released a bunch of new photos for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, the sequel to Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Fans will get to see Jude

Could the Accountant be a prequel to Batman? John Mayer thinks so

John Mayer is known across Hollywood as kind of an outspoken guy who holds nothing back. Most recently, he tweeted an interesting theory linking Ben Affleck’s characters from the film The

Terminator 2: Judgement Day – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

James Cameron seems to have a knack for improving upon the original film in a sci-fi franchise. He did it with Aliens and he does it again with Terminator 2:

Wonder Wheel Review

To non-cinephile geeks, Woody Allen’s name will always be synonymous as the man whose film beat Star Wars at the 1978 Oscars. Although Annie Hall is his most beloved film,

Molly’s Game Review

The Social Network. Moneyball. Steve Jobs. All of these great films have one common thread among them: Aaron Sorkin. For over 25 years, the Oscar-winning screenwriter has written scripts for

The Disaster Artist Review

Tommy Wiseau’s The Room. When word first came out about this terrible film, people wanted to see what it was about. After all, how bad can a film really be?

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Review

Robin Williams’ Jumanji is a classic family film that’s beloved by many. That’s why when Dwayne Johnson announced that he would be developing a sequel to Jumanji, it was immediately

Interstellar- 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar is the kind of film that one needs to watch multiple times in order to fully appreciate it. I’ve been told multiple times by multiple people that

Darkest Hour Review

Gary Oldman is one of those legendary actors who has never won an Academy Award. Although he’s only had one nomination, his performances always seem to be the odd man out when

The Greatest Showman Review

The Greatest Showman is a film that’s been a long time coming. In 2009, Hugh Jackman was announced to star in the film. But because the studio didn’t feel as

Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin are back in Sicario 2: Soldado trailer

The first Sicario gave audiences a hard look at the U.S. Government’s ongoing battle with the Mexican drug cartels. This time around in Sicario 2: Soldado, it seems more of the politics

LA Online Film Critics Society announce full list of winners

The results are in! After announcing their nominations a few weeks ago, The Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society has announced the winners of its inaugural awards. Overall, Guillermo del

Sandra Bullock’s crew assembles in the first Ocean’s 8 trailer

The Ocean gang are back! Only this time, they’re all female. After teasing the trailer yesterday, Warner Bros has officially dropped the Ocean’s 8 trailer this morning. Check it out below! Although

Mother! – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Back in September, Mother! infamously became known as one of the very few films to ever get an F CinemaScore grade. It isn’t without merit because the film is easily

Downsizing Review

It’s been 4 years since we’ve seen an Alexander Payne film in theaters. His last, Nebraska, was easily his best films. It was a touching father-and-son film that was so