How many times are they going to keep changing their minds? First Kevin Feige said, “No! Venom won’t be a part of the MCU.” Then Amy Pascal said, “Hell yeah they are!”
At this point it looks like nothing can stop the juggernaut that is Michael Bay’s Transformers franchise. Writers strikes; racist caricatures; whatever John Malcovich was doing in Dark of the Moon; Mark Wahlberg, none of these have prevented the series rampaging across global box offices. There’s no real point weighing up Transformers: The Last Knight against other Summer movies (how would you even begin to compare it to Wonder Woman or even the The Mummy?).
The Last Knight obviously isn’t a good movie, but is it a good Transformers movie ?
Whether it’s Ben Affleck stepping away from the director’s chair of The Batman, the 283 directors that left The Flash or the firing of Lord and Miller from the solo Han Solo movie, that happened recently, we’ve been coming across a bunch of controversial behind the scenes news involving directors, in recent years. One such story involves Edgar Wright and his sudden departure from Ant-Man.
There’s someone in Thailand who looks like Gal Gadot. Drop dead gorgeous! Interesting thing is, Pichyada Chatkamjaroen is a transgender (not that it matters).
If you’re a comic book fan, watching Venom VS Carnage on the big screen is probably something you’ve been waiting for your whole life.
A couple of days ago, the internet broke when out of nowhere, Lucasfilm announced that they’ve fired directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller from the Han Solo Anthology Film, due to creative differences.
There seem to be new stories about Sony’s Spider-Man universe breaking every day.