REVIEW: Cats (2019)

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats opened in London in 1981 and on Broadway in 1982 and has since become a global phenomenon. Consisting of lyrics from T. S. Elliot’s book of poems Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats and featuring Webber’s music, it is largely considered to be the prototypical megamusical, redefining what a stage musical… Continue reading REVIEW: Cats (2019)

Nathan Fillion Joins Suicide Squad

It looks like a former fictional writer is ready to squad up. Deadline reports that Castle star Nathan Fillion – best known in geek circles for his work in various Joss Whedon productions, such Captain Hammer in Dr. Horrible’s Sing-a-Long Blog and, of course, as Captain Malcolm Reynolds in Firefly – has joined the cast… Continue reading Nathan Fillion Joins Suicide Squad

Thanos, Greenies, Hippies, and Black Superman

One of the most talked-about aspects of the entertainment industry in the last few years has been its increasing politicization, with a heavily leftward bent. This isn’t the first time it’s happened (the great John Nolte covered the modern history of Hollywood temper tantrums in a great piece from two and a half years ago,… Continue reading Thanos, Greenies, Hippies, and Black Superman

REVIEW: Hobbs & Shaw (2019)

I think the best thing I can say for Hobbs & Shaw, the spinoff of the tried and true (in terms of box office, anyway) Fast and Furious movies, is that you probably already know whether or not you’ll like it. If Jason Statham and the Rock pounding bad guys into the dirt for two… Continue reading REVIEW: Hobbs & Shaw (2019)

Bat-Family Rumors Abound in Wake of Pattinson Casting

It looks like the Boy Wonder might return to the big screen. Forbes is reporting that not only is Batman’s iconic partner rumored to make a return in Matt Reeves’ upcoming Batman film The Batman, but new versions of the Riddler, Commissioner Gordon, and, of course, Batman’s trusted butler Alfred. Buried in the article is… Continue reading Bat-Family Rumors Abound in Wake of Pattinson Casting

New Hobbs & Shaw Trailer Shows its Hand

It’s been two and a half months since the first Hobbs & Shaw trailer, which means it’s about time for Universal to release another glimpse at the Fast and Furious spinoff, just in case there’s anyone who wasn’t sold on the concept the first time but could still be swayed. There’s plenty more footage this… Continue reading New Hobbs & Shaw Trailer Shows its Hand