If you may recall Henry Cavill last year announced that he was done playing Superman, leaving superhero movie fans in slight shock. We all knew Ben Affleck was on his way out but Henry Cavill too? On the heels of his announcement, it was also revealed that Henry Cavill would be taking his talents to another frontier–the global streaming Goliath, Netflix–where he would star in a live-action adaptation of the beloved video games series; The Witcher.
I even have this game stashed away somewhere in a lost vault with all of the other stashed games I own (mainly Wii games.) Funny thing is, I haven’t even played it. I couldn’t take the main character’s deep Batman-like voice. It was grating on my nerves big time. Anyway, off of that.
Netflix is creating an original series coming out later this year bringing the game to life with Henry Cavill starring as the main character. That’s pretty cool. And today the first poster dropped. Here it is. Continue reading A Poster Has Arrived for the new Netflix Original Series: ‘The Witcher’
Two years ago a surprise hit rivaled The Last Jedi at the box-office during the Christmas season and that surprise hit was Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. It starred Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan, and Jack Black in a hilarious, super-fun and creative reboot on a Robin Williams 90s’ classic; Jumanji. My family and I missed seeing it at the movies but we rented it and were blown away by how entertaining the film ended up being.
Recently I gave the film a rewatch and once again I couldn’t stop smiling. The movie’s simple plotline could’ve easily been a disaster but the writers told a concise story that didn’t drag too long or get too corny, which seemed a miracle in itself. The movie was so good I didn’t think there needed to be a sequel but now that I’ve seen the first trailer for Jumanji: The Next Level my doubts have been washed away. Check it out. Continue reading ‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ Gets an Official Trailer
Sam Wilson was flying the Quinjet south, his eyes peeled for random jets tailing them. Thankfully, that never transpired. They sped through the sky over the white film of cumulous clouds that had gathered over the land below. He heard footsteps behind him and turned to find Natasha Romanoff leaning against his seat. Continue reading Captain America: Secret War (TEN)