The Mummy is back, with Universal rebooting the franchise. This new adaptation of The Mummy is very different than the old version, with all-out action appearing to be the order of the day.
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The first Guardians of the Galaxy movie blew me away. And I wasn’t alone. Audiences and critics alike lapped up this comic book adaptation.
So it was no surprise to see a sequel being made, with Guardians of the Galaxy 2 set to hit theaters in May 2017.
As is its wont, Disney remakes its classics every now and again. These new adaptations are aimed at a new generation of youngsters, and make use of popular actors and better special effects.
Which is the case with Beauty and the Beast starring Emma Watson as Belle and Dan Stevens as Prince Adam.
Few Japanese anime have made it big outside of Japan. There’s Akira, of course, which most people have at least heard of, Attack on Titan, and a few others.
Ghost in the Shell is another classic Manga. And it has now spawned a live-action Hollywood adaptation starring Scarlett Johansson.
I love a good sci-fi flick. Unfortunately, really good sci-fi flicks are a rare find. Most are either cheesy or too reliant on special effects.
The last really good one I saw was Interstellar, which had it all. Is Arrival this year’s Interstellar? Let’s see what the What the Flick?! guys think.
Well, the United States of America has spoken, and decided it wants Donald Trump to be its next President. Trump will take office in January, and the world will end soon after that. Probably.
I’m making a joke about the result of the 2016 U.S. Presidential election, but it really isn’t a laughing matter. Because Donald Trump is a dumbass.
[NB: While I’m not going to post any The Walking Dead spoilers here, be advised that the video does contain spoilers, revealing who Negan killed in the opening episode of Season 7.]
Season 7 of The Walking Dead is underway, with the show finally revealing who was on the end of Negan’s baseball bat, Lucille. It’s a shocker, to say the least.
The television remake of The Rocky Horror Picture Show premiered last night, and it’s garnered mixed reviews online.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do the Time Warp Again, to give it its full title, is a literal remake, with pretty much the same storyline, songs, and characters.
Hugh Jackman is making one last appearance as Wolverine, in a new movie simply titled Logan.
Logan is set in 2024, at a time when most mutants have disappeared. The only ones we see in the trailer are Wolverine and Professor X.
The final trailer for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story has landed, and it shows more footage than any of the previous trailers.
It’s also all kinds of awesome, with more action, more mystery, and more focus on the main characters.