Two Blockbusters, Two New Trailers Coming This Week

Today the long-awaited Black Widow film’s trailer was finally released, kicking off the trailer releases for some of next year’s biggest blockbusters. Tomorrow the first teaser trailer for the highly-anticipated upcoming Bond film, No Time To Die arrives. Here are some fascinating character posters for No Time to Die.


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What’s Your Favorite Version of Spider-Man?

Spider-Man was a character who had several outings on the big screen but none seemed to capture the teenage essence as much as Tom Holland’s version of the character. He brought a youthful energy to the beloved superhero that blew the minds of millions and transcended the young British actor into a household name.

Throughout his inclusion in the franchise, he has undergone quite a bit of change and I thought it would be perfect to highlight him today. Enjoy!

2016 Spider-Man


When Spider-Man a.k.a “Underoos” made his MCU debut the internet practically lost it. Spider-Man and the Marvel Cinematic Universe seemed like something that would never come together but through great negotiating (and perfect timing) the teenage web-slinging hero was brought to the big screen in a huge way.

Young, jovial, a little nervous, and full of energy, Peter Parker exuded a charm that the other versions of Spider-Man didn’t seem to deliver as effortlessly. Continue reading What’s Your Favorite Version of Spider-Man?

Episode X: The Reckoning: Chapter Eight

Ben Solo woke with a start. He found himself on rocky plains, the orphaned children that had formerly been on Yavin IV lying around him. Overhead the night sky was filled with twinkling stars. His gaze combed his surroundings and he began to panic as he realized that Rey was nowhere to be seen.

And then suddenly he remembered what had happened. They had been in hyperspace and then they were ripped out of hyperspace. He had heard Rey scream before falling unconscious. Now he was stranded on a strange world with no ship and Rey was gone.

He took a deep breath. Panicking wasn’t going to help and he could feel in the Force that Rey was still alive. What he needed to do right now was figure out where he was and make sure to keep these children safe. Continue reading Episode X: The Reckoning: Chapter Eight

The ‘Black Widow’ Teaser Trailer Has Finally Arrived!

Black Widow’s final appearance in the MCU comes via her first standalone film, Black Widow, a movie ten years in the making. Footage from the film was released during San Diego Comic-Con and the D23 conference but now, finally, us peasants who weren’t able to get to the conferences have been afforded a look at the film’s first teaser trailer. Here it is.

Rob Hardy, the cinematographer of critically-acclaimed films such as Ex Machina and Mission: Impossible-Fallout, is doing the cinematography for the film and I can tell because this movie looks amazing. The visuals, the color tones, Black Widow is looking like Captain America: The Winter Soldier 2.0, meaning the grittiness of that film has returned. Continue reading The ‘Black Widow’ Teaser Trailer Has Finally Arrived!