Movie Review: ‘Civil War’
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by Tony Schaab - Senior Editor
1w ago
What if. It’s a question that has intrigued storytellers and audiences alike for generations.  The desire to take something known and twist it ever so slightly, to the point where elements and pieces are not immediately recognizable – or worse, things are chillingly recognizable and seemingly appropriate in their darker state. The thought of “yes, I could see something like this happening” is perhaps one of the scariest story premises out there – especially when what we’re being presented with is dark and dangerous. Such is the case with ‘Civil War,’ the new film from director Alex Garlan ..read more
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Marvel’s ‘What If…?’ Season 2 Is Coming To Disney+ In December
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by Tony Schaab - Senior Editor
5M ago
We’ve known for a while now that the first season of the animated Disney+ show, Marvel’s “What If…?,” was getting a follow-up season.  Today, Disney and Marvel have confirmed the new season’s release date, along with some additional fun information about the release schedule of the individual episodes.  Read on for more info! Starting its life in comic-book form back in 1977, Marvel’s series told alternate-reality tales about heroes and characters that readers knew well.  The first issue was titled “What if… Spider-Man Joined the Fantastic Four?” and it set the precedent that re ..read more
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Prepare Yourself For The Next Great Spy Thriller Movie: ‘Tetris?’
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by Tony Schaab - Senior Editor
1y ago
There are certain video games that have a natural path that can be traced in terms of what a move about that game would be about.  Assassin’s Creed and time-travel undercover ops.  Uncharted and a treasure-hunting mystery.  Sonic the Hedgehog and a fast blue animal with rings.  Super Mario Bros and plumbing.  And the like. So, when the news came down about an upcoming film called ‘Tetris,’ it makes one’s brain start to think of the possibilities: will this be a movie along the same lines as Hasbro’s now-scuttled plans for turning its games into film propertie ..read more
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Movie Review: ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania’
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by Tony Schaab - Senior Editor
1y ago
New beginnings bring new excitement, but also new challenges. Such is the takeaway vibe I got from our advance screening of ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania,’ the kickoff for Phase 5 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.  Let’s be clear from the get-go: Marvel has been giving us entertaining, high-quality films for a long time now.  Almost 25 years, across dozens of television series, along with short films and literature tie-ins… this juggernaut is no slouch.  Unfortunately, every entry into the series can’t be a home run – and that’s where we need to have some “real talk” about ..read more
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Go Big Or Go Home With The New ‘Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania’ Trailer
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by Tony Schaab - Senior Editor
1y ago
  Marvel has made plenty of waves this year with both their newly-released MCU content (Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Thor: Love and Thunder, Moon Knight, Ms. Marvel, She-Hulk) and key announcements for the forthcoming Phases of film & TV. One of the most anticipated upcoming films easily has to be ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.’  After the first Ant-Man film was a pleasant surprise to both fans and critics alike, and its follow-up ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ continued to build on that success – not to mention casually dropping one of the most impactful pre-‘Endgam ..read more
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Fiction Review: ‘Signal Moon’ (2022)
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by Tony Schaab - Senior Editor
1y ago
Amazon has been kind enough lately to grace readers with advance copies of select forthcoming titles, and I was lucky to grab a copy of Signal Moon by Kate Quinn, which is releasing wide in August from the streaming giant.  This novella-sized tale will be available in eBook only, but it packs a pretty decent punch into a relatively bite-sized story. In 1943, at the height of World War II, Lily Baines works for her country as a “Wren,” the Y-Station listeners of the British Royal Naval Service tasked with intercepting, relaying, and sometimes deciphering the enemy transmissions they hear o ..read more
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The New ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ Trailer Delivers Twice The Thor – And The First Look At The Film’s Villain
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by Tony Schaab - Senior Editor
2y ago
It will almost assuredly be a trivia question years from now: who was the first character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to get a fourth solo film?  The answer, of course, will be Thor Odinson, and the film will be the movie that’s next headed to cinemas for audiences to enjoy: ‘Thor: Love and Thunder.’ The impending superhero film comes with a few twists and “extras,” however.  The story will see not only Chris Hemsworth reprising his role as the iconic God of Thunder, but Natalie Portman also returns to the franchise – not just as mild-mannered human scientist and Thor’s love int ..read more
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Thor Puts The Hammer Down (Literally) In Teaser Trailer For ‘Thor: Love And Thunder’
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by Tony Schaab - Senior Editor
2y ago
Marvel’s Phase 4 is officially off and running here in 2022.  One of the biggest questions on fans’ minds – besides what the heck we’re in for in the upcoming ‘Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness’ film set to hit theaters next month – is “what changes are in for one of the last-standing original Avengers, Thor?” Answers to that question and others are undoubtedly forthcoming with the impending release of “Thor: Love and Thunder,” the fourth feature film in the Norse Gods’ franchise and the first on-screen sighting of Thor since his characters’ wild evolutionary ride in the MCU In ..read more
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Feast on the New ‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ Trailer
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by Tony Schaab - Senior Editor
2y ago
Feast on the New ‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ Trailer After having to briefly pause shooting for two weeks in October 2021 due to a mild COVID outbreak on set, ‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ is ready to be released upon the world, drawing what many hope will be a fitting conclusion to the ‘Jurassic World’ trilogy of films and likely, if the marketing is to be believed, putting a cap on the “Jurassic Era” of films altogether. From the descriptions to the teaser trailers to the full-blown trailer we’ve been given today, it has felt like the inevitable conclusion to this saga is upon us.  After 5 ..read more
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Disney Announces Delay in Release of ‘Black Panther’ Sequel, ‘Doctor Strange 2’ and More
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by Ally Miller
2y ago
Disney has announced a delay in the release of multiple Marvel films that are slated to come out over the course of 2022 and 2023. The first major change we see is Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness being delayed about a month and a half, thus pushing the films with a following release date about the same. While this news may seem shocking, sources at Deadline claim this is not the result of any major problems, however, is the result of  the fact that”some titles are contending with finishing scenarios while others are in production.” That being said, these delays are only for th ..read more
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