It’s back! The Mandalorian is coming and our first look at Season 2 is finally here, via an article in the newest issue of Entertainment Weekly. Now, as with the first season, Jon Favreau is keeping a lid on what to expect from his show so these photos are very miniscule in details and surprises. We’re basically just getting fresh new looks at the four good guys we saw in the last episode of the first season; Mando, Baby Yoda, Cara Dune, and Greef Karga.
I’m a proud subscriber of Entertainment Weekly and every once in a while there’s an issue arrives that blows. My. Mind! Well, this was one of those particular issues and because it was so great I had to share my experience reading it with you all. Enjoy!
When I got the issue I was already excited. It’s a beautiful cover in its simplicity. Eddie Redmayne graces the front as Fantastic Beasts hero, Newt Scamander, and just behind him lingers Jude Law as a young Dumbledore. What’s cooler than that? It didn’t take very long for me to begin reading this with gleeful excitement.
And the Journey Begins
Turning the page and finding this brilliant photo to welcome me was a sign that this was going to be one of the greatest Entertainment Weekly reads I’ve ever had. The words weaving out of Newt’s wand is a downright stroke of genius and the title Beastie Boy is perfect. This article truly got me at hello.
I love Wonder Woman, clearly. She’s one of the greatest fictional heroines ever conceived. And yet, her awesomeness hasn’t been perfectly translated on the big screen. Don’t get me wrong, she’s had some chill-inducing moments that have made me SO happy over the years but the slow-mo. Why does every action scene with her contain agonizingly slow slow-motion?
And now, after seeing the teaser and exclusive images for Wonder Woman 1984 from Entertainment Weekly, I have a feeling that this movie may suffer the renown sequel curse.
It’s exactly a month away from The Rise of Skywalker entering movie theaters and Entertainment Weekly is celebrating the milestone with a fascinating spread and article featuring the film of the year, The Rise of Skywalker. So, with no further delay, here are those photos.
The Rise of Skywalker is drawing ever closer with each passing day and with a new trailer on the horizon, Entertainment Weekly has delivered a tease for the film to only bolster our excitement.
Here’s the Entertainment Weekly photo that came out this week.
It’s a photo of one of the newest characters to join the franchise, an old friend of Poe Dameron’s named Zorri Bliss. Apparently, the heroes will locate her on a new planet named Kijimi where she seems to hold a tidbit of information that they will need in their secret scavenger hunt.
At the end of the year I will have to share my updated list of awesome magazines that I’ve collected but until then, take a look at these old magazines that are a part of my ever-growing collection. Enjoy!
I love collecting awesome Entertainment Weekly (and other) magazines that feature covers of my favorite upcoming movies. So, on that note, take a look back at these fascinating magazine covers.
My Marvel Movie Collection
These issues are all in alphabetical order and date back to December 2015. Can you believe that?! So many Marvel movies have come out in that time. You’ve got first looks at Captain America: Civil War and Doctor Strange. There’s Spider-Man and the Guardians of the Galaxy, Thor and Black Panther. Oh, let me tell you a little bit about my experience when I got the Thor: Ragnarok issue.
I had seen bits and pieces of Thor: Ragnarok concept art (only of Hela) in the movie news but I had no idea of the changes that would be made to the Asgardian God of Thunder. So imagine my surprise when I get my Entertainment Weekly that week and saw Thor with his short hairdo, wielding two swords, and flanked by these two AWESOME looking women. It was unlike anything I’d ever seen with Thor and I practically exploded with excitement. It was a great day.
To revisit these issues brings me so much joy as I think about the excitement I obtained with every collection.
So out of these eight marvelous covers I broke it down to the four I like the best. Here they are.