Now that everyone has gotten a good look at Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, many interested parties are asking the same question: Where do you get started if you want to learn more? This isn’t the simplest question to answer as there’s a lot of Guardians material vying for your attention (with more to come as August draws closer). This week the Countdown is going… Continue reading Marvel Studios Countdown: An Easy Guide to 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Comics Leading to the Movie
If we asked you to think of Marvel’s biggest power couples, you’d probably reply with Peter Parker and Mary Jane. Cyclops and Jean Grey. Maybe even Reed Richards and Sue Storm. With two key pieces of casting in place, Avengers: Age of Ultron may be bringing one of Marvel’s most romantic pairings to the big screen for the first time ever. Now that Paul Bettany… Continue reading Marvel Studios Countdown: Which Marvel Power Couple Will Star in 'Age of Ultron'
Though this space is typically reserved for films directly from Marvel Studios, this week we’re looking at 20th Century Fox’s upcoming Fantastic Four, and how fandom reacts to the idea of white superheroes being cast with nonwhite actors in films. Right now, Michael B. Jordan (That Awkward Moment) is the heavily rumored front-runner for Johnny Storm aka the Human Torch in the Josh Trank reboot… Continue reading Marvel Studios Countdown: How Important Is Race to 'Fantastic Four'?
Welcome to the YA Movie Countdown, our resident expert’s continuing guide to young adult book-to-film adaptations.
Anticipation is one thing, but this is a business and that means that come release time, our six impending young adult book-to-film adaptations will primarily be judged by their box office hauls – especially considering four of the six are part of multiple-book series. Things can change, particularly if some of these prove to be high… Continue reading YA Movie Countdown: Which Young-Adult Films Will Be the Big Moneymakers of 2014?