Amy Poehler: Who will be the first female head coach in the NBA? Amy Poehler will star in and produce a comedy in which she’ll play a once-promising basketball coach who lands the top spot on an NBA team. The team of Ike Barinholtz and David Stassen (TV’s The Mindy Project) wrote the script; Barinholtz will also have a supporting… Continue reading Movie News: Amy Poehler Will Become NBA Coach; Watch Julianne Moore and Ellen Page Fall in Love in 'Freeheld' Trailer
Earlier this year, we posted the findings of a study proving audiences want more minorities in movies. Presumably, they also want these minorities to have significant roles and dialogue, enough to make today’s discovery less noteworthy. We’ve come across a series on YouTube/Tumblr by Dylan Marron, in which he takes recent movies and isolates only the parts where a person of color… Continue reading See How Brief Movies Become When They're Cut to Only Lines Spoken By Minorities
It’s great to see people are going to the movies this year, all around the world. And it’s interesting to see what they’re favoring, both here and abroad.
One of the big stories this month has been Jurassic World taking the crown as having the best domestic opening of all time. The movie it replaced is The Avengers. Now another movie has… Continue reading 'Furious 7' Topples 'The Avengers' to Become Third Highest-Grossing Movie of All Time
NOTE: The following contains spoilers for Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Next year, Marvel Studios will release Captain America: Civil War, and unlike many of the other solo character films the studio has put out, it feels more like a fully-fledged Avengers affair. In addition to the likes of Captain America and Iron Man, we’ll also be seeing all of the “New… Continue reading Comics on Film: How 'Captain America: Civil War' Will Become 'Avengers 2.5'
With a DC Comics-based cinematic universe on the horizon due to the 2016 releases of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad, one of the biggest casting announcements to come out of the news of the latter film was Jared Leto as the Joker.
While not historically associated with the Squad, Joker’s presence in a film full of historically villainous DC characters may give… Continue reading Comics on Film: Why Jared Leto's Joker May Become the "Boogeyman" of the New DC Movie Universe