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Fall is just around the corner and movie theaters are back into the full swing of things - at least for the time being. With the delta variant ominously lurking over everyone’s shoulders, now might just be the best time to go out and see some films while it’s still possible. And there are quite a few exciting releases about to hit the big screen before the end of this long and hectic year. Be sure to mark your calendars and reserve your tickets for some of these most attention grabbing ones.
Existential Binge-Watching: ‘Shang-Chi’ puts Marvel’s cinematic future back on track after ‘Black Widow’
Post Avengers: Infinity War, the hype for the follow up was, understandably, through the roof. Even with Ant-Man and the Wasp and Captain Marvel scheduled to tide fans over during the year-long wait for Avengers: Endgame, the films ultimately seemed to get the cold shoulder. Neither were necessarily bad in any way, they just weren’t exactly highly anticipated.
It felt like something that would never happen. But finally, after plenty of patience and a leak on social media, fans got the long awaited first teaser trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home. Understandably, it then took the record for most viewed trailer of all time within the first 24 hours of its release, a record previously held by Avengers: Endgame. And it certainly continues to deserve every view it gets.
My first experience back at a movie theater since the beginning of the pandemic was at The Athena Cinema with some friends a couple of weeks ago to see The Green Knight. And honestly, the bold and brightly lit marquee that read “Dev Patel Holding a Large Axe” was about my biggest takeaway for the film.
With the coronavirus pandemic wreaking havoc on the entertainment industry, it only made sense when it was announced this year’s Oscars ceremony would be postponed. It was the latest in a seemingly never-ending disappointing delay of Hollywood itself, but at least the 93rd Academy Awards were still set to happen.
If you combine the guts and blood of The Boys with the lovable and relatable aesthetic of Sky High in an animation style akin to Batman: The Animated Series or Teen Titans, you somehow get Invincible. And it’s certainly as enjoyable as it is unique.
After yet another semester spent primarily online, it’s about that time once again to start thinking about advising and registration for next year. At least this time around, there’s a bit more hope of a return to normalcy and in-person instruction, though it is pretty insane that we’ve already reached the time to stress about what to sign up for.
It’s gotten to that point in the year of quarantine again where there seems to be a distinct lull in the release of new movies and television shows. There is, however, an underrated genre known as awful films — No, not the ones that are painstaking to get through, but the ones that are so bad and poorly made that they end up playing as an endearing comedy of sorts.
After years of success and failure and the quintessential one-sided pop culture fight, Marvel and DC finally had two days in which they both reigned supreme for completely different reasons. Marvel has constantly assumed the big brother role over the years, especially doing things in the MCU that the DCEU could only dream of, but for once, the two superhero giants felt like they were on even playing fields in terms of quality.
Anthony and Joseph Russo have been on quite the journey since their days directing superhero blockbusters like Captain America: The Winter Soldier and the box office-breaking Avengers: Endgame. They are known for bringing some of their Marvel stars along with them, from Chris Hemsworth in Extraction to the late Chadwick Boseman in 21 Bridges, and Cherry is no different, as it stars the web-slinging Tom Holland.
Nerdy hearts everywhere were shattered when Netflix started giving its Marvel properties the axe. This heartbreak, though, turned out to only be temporary, as it appeared the cancelations were only to prepare for the MCU’s move to Disney+ and that the grittier, more down-to-earth counterparts to the Avengers would be making that move as well.
Justin Timberlake has had one of those careers as a celebrity that feels a bit all over the place. After ”The All New Mickey Mouse Club” led to his part in the boy band ‘NSYNC, he’s had a very successful solo run as a musician -- albeit with some minor bumps along the way like the Super Bowl wardrobe malfunction with Janet Jackson. Throughout all of his musical escapades, though, Timberlake has also been fairly prominent as an actor.
The MCU has a lot of releases to get through before fans can even begin to look forward to the next iteration of Marvel’s beloved first family, the Fantastic Four. WandaVision, though, has already sparked some hype about the long-awaited group after a side comment about a certain aerospace engineer.
While most of the world celebrated Valentine’s Day, DC and comic book fans everywhere were treated to a surprise of their own: a brand new trailer for the long-awaited Snyder Cut of Justice League. And, so far, it’s looking to be about what’s been promised.
COVID-19 essentially brought the entire world to a screeching halt. One day, daily life was moving forward, business as usual. The next, a flip was switched, and suddenly, everyone was stuck inside. This was especially applicable to all forms of entertainment: specifically, the production of new TV series and films.
DC comics versus Marvel comics has been a long-winded debate, at least when it comes to the comics, for an extremely long time. Arguments about which heroes are better, who would beat who in a fight or which company thought of an idea for a hero first have been topics of discussion for generations.
It’s been quite some time since the world witnessed the end of the MCU’s decade-long Infinity Saga, about 18 months to be exact. Yet, it somehow still feels like only yesterday fans were mourning the loss of Tony Stark in theaters with the latest Spider-Man flick. Regardless, WandaVision — the first series of the cinematic universe — has officially dropped on Disney+, and it’s certainly everything it promised it would be and more.
The snow is falling down, the decorations are going up and November has finally given way to December. With Thanksgiving having come and gone, the Christmas season is officially upon the world, which means it’s the perfect time for some jolly-fueled hot takes. The stance for this year? Home Alone 2: Lost in New York is better than the original Home Alone.
It makes complete and utter sense that former YouTube Premium show, “Wayne,” had “Deadpool” writers Rhett Reese and Paul Werninck as its executive producers. Created and written by Shawn Simmons, the series has all the grit, gore, action and comedy that the merc with a mouth had, just applied to a story with a significantly less amount of superheroes. Though, titular character Wayne certainly likes to play the role of a mini Deadpool-esque anti-hero.