REVIEW: Artemis Fowl (2020)

artemis fowl movie

The adaptation of Eoin Colfer’s best-selling young adult fantasy Artemis Fowl is one Disney project that hasn’t inspired much fanfare. From the film’s announcement to its first trailer to its silent release on Disney+ yesterday, the lack of excitement around the movie from both fans and creatives seemed telling. I personally didn’t read any of the […]

The Batman Begins Production

The Batman

Our dear Dark Knight is ready for his next close up. On Twitter, Director Matt Reeves has announced the start of principal photography on the Robert Pattinson-led The Batman alongside a logo that, to me, recalls a bit of Batman Beyond. Over the past several weeks, we’ve heard Colin Farrell talking about how the script […]

REVIEW: The Gentlemen (2020)

The Gentlemen

The Gentlemen has always been a bittersweet prospect for me because it meant director Guy Ritchie would not return to helm the proposed third installment of his Sherlock Holmes series. Despite this, I was excited to see one of my favorite directors return to his roots after big-budget films like King Arthur: Legend of the […]

Colin Farrell May Play the Penguin in The Batman

Colin Farrell, Penguin

Matt Reeves may have finally found someone to wear Gotham’s most infamous monocle. Deadline reports that Colin Farrell is in negotiations with the Burbank-based studio to play Oswald Copplepot better known as the Penguin, in The Batman alongside Robert Pattinson as the titular character. Farrell joins the recent castings of Zoe Kravitz and Paul Dano […]

Guy Richie’s The Gentlemen Trailer Arrives Online

Gentlemen trailer

Guy Ritchie is going back to his London crime roots as the first trailer for The Gentlemen has arrived online. The Gentlemen trailer opens with Hugh Grant’s Fletcher pouring himself a drink, insisting that Charlie Hunnam’s Raymond play a game with him. As Fletcher goes through the various players, we are introduced to both Henry […]

REVIEW: Dumbo (2019)

Dumbo

This weekend saw Disney’s most recent live-action remake of one of their animated classics, this time 1941’s Dumbo. Personally, I have mixed feelings on Disney’s trend of remaking their movies because the results have been mixed in terms of quality and creativity. 2015’s Cinderella is my favorite so far because it actually offered something new […]