‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Gets Its First Poster

As you may or may not know, the highly-anticipated sequel to Wonder WomanWonder Woman 1984, was originally set to come out this June but was pushed to next year. While we may not be able to see Diana Prince return to fight the bad guys and inspire the world with her awesomeness it seems that Patty Jenkins is getting us warmed up for this superhero sequel with a surprise poster featuring the film. Check it out.


There’s no doubt that it’s pretty cool looking. The film, of course, is set in the 80s’ and it seems that DC Comics is making sure that’s apparent through the marketing for the movie. Wonder Woman looks absolutely fantastic in her suit of armor…but (and there’s always a but with DC Comics) why is her armor different?

As you can see on this poster her suit of armor looks much different than in the previous DC Comics movies. See here.

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‘The Founder’ Is a Stunning Biopic

I love watching new movies. There’s a joy and an excitement that you can only get while settling down to entertain yourself with a brand new flick whose story you have no idea about. The other day my family and I were browsing through Netflix trying to find a good movie to watch. I’m an Action and Adventure junkie so I immediately gravitated to that genre but we decided to see what was in the Drama section. Low and behold did we find…The Founder.

I remember hearing about this movie but I had completely forgotten about it. I went to Rotten Tomatoes to see what score it had. It was 82%. I was intrigued. So we watched the movie and boy did I have a fascinating time.


The Founder is the true story of failed salesman Ray Kroc and his ascension into becoming a worldwide renown businessman as the “Founder” of the global fast-food franchise, McDonald’s.

What started as a simple story of a somewhat simple man became a horrifying detailed analysis of legal burglary. Let me just give you a quick rundown of the beginning of the movie.

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The Chosen One: Chapter Forty-Five

Leaving Ytera

Finn and Rose, equipped with satchels and their adventure gear, stood outside of their house giving their heartfelt farewells to their children. Sally and her parents (along with a daily checkup by Lappa Tabba) had been assigned to take care of the children. Merille, Litti, and Danton were going to be in good hands but Rose couldn’t stop the flow of tears that were pouring down her cheeks as she hugged them.

Rey, Ben, and Ora watched the tender moment from afar, their own eyes wet with emotion.

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