Tag: Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Steven Yeun Leaves Thunderbolts

Marvel’s next superteam is down one member. Deadline reports that Steven Yeun has exited the upcoming MCU film Thunderbolts due to “scheduling conflicts” created by production delays in the wake of the actors’ strike. Yeun was set to play Sentry, a hugely powerful hero from the comics. Thun...

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REVIEW: Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (2022)

Like most people, I really enjoyed 2018’s Black Panther. It stands out in my memory as an intelligent, well-acted, meaningful film amid a sea of superhero movies that year. After the events of Endgame, T’Challa was probably my favorite surviving solo hero, alongside Spider-Man. Of course, the r...

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REVIEW: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier – Episode 5 “Truth”

The condescendingly titled “Truth” (which, since no big answers to anything are revealed, can only mean “We’re about to lay some truth on you”) is the episode where The Falcon and the Winter Soldier goes all-in on identity politics and makes Captain America all about race. People who want ...

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REVIEW: Onward (2020)

Pixar is a strange studio in my eyes. Even as a child, I could tell there was something about movies like Toy Story and A Bug’s Life that was different than other Disney properties. When I was a little older, I was convinced I wanted to work there for a few years. Most of the …

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The Master of His Domain

The straight man is the unsung hero of comedy, the guy who forgoes getting the best laughs in order to set up his co-stars for the show-stopping gags, elevating the scene or sketch while seeming to be background noise. This is true, at least, at the best of times; when performed improperly, the stra...

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