Now I’m all confused and even more excited about the film when it arrives in theaters Feb. 12, 2016. Continue Reading
By this point you know exactly what to expect from a Will Ferrell or Kevin Hart movie. You can count on some goofy and juvenile humor, some exaggerated overacting, a few slightly uncomfortably honest jokes about race and Ferrell displaying his pale, naked butt.
‘Get Hard’ — their first collaboration — is your standard Ferrell/Hart vehicle that’s rarely witty enough to live up to its potential, but still delivers enough laughs for those seeking a silly comedy. Continue Reading
It’s a Clash of Champions theme as the only matches on tonight’s show are the title match-ups, but no one will be complaining as we get an excellent throwback title match. Continue Reading
Unlike their DC counterparts, Marvel Comics has hit the sweet spot of shaking up its universe while not ticking off longtime readers. I can speak from experience as my DC Comic purchases dropped dramatically after the New 52 debuted and Marvel’s changing directions convinced me to give more of their books a try and I haven’t regretted either decision yet.
Marvel is unleashing its big universe shifting event — Secret Wars — and we’ve already got a preview of one of the biggest fallouts from the event the All-New, All-Different Avengers. And it’s a pretty kick tail lineup sure to appeal to longtime fans, movie fans and folks who want a comic team featuring characters that resemble them. Continue Reading
As a collector getting more and more into the 12″ format — thanks Hot Toys! — I’m always intrigued with getting more comic versions of characters in addition to their movie counterparts so Sideshow Collectibles’ DC Comics Sixth Scale is becoming a tempting option.
They’ve already released Batman and Superman, but showing its commitment to expanding the license beyond the SuperBats safety blanket, Sideshow is taking to the skies with Green Lantern, which will be available soon. Continue Reading
Arrow takes on Iron Man in his Atom armor, Felicity makes her choice while Diggle and Lyla have the worst honeymoon ever in an episode that featured a shocking death — but probably not one you were expecting. Continue Reading
She’ll be joining Sophie Turner (Jean Grey), Tye Sheridan (Scott Summers) and Alexandra Shipp (Ororo Munroe). Jubilee was a mainstay on the 90s ‘X-Men: The Animated Series,’ but she’s largely been relegated to supporting status since then. ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ hits theaters on May 27, 2016.
Jubilee is an interesting addition since she’ll essentially be a founding member with the X-Men relaunch. What do you think?