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There are some franchises that can get away with recasting lead roles every now and then. Fans are used to seeing a new James Bond or a new Batman every movie cycle. Rarer, though, are the roles so perfectly tied to an actor that it seems like they can never really be recast. We’re talking about true legacy roles, like Robert Englund’s Freddy… Continue reading Hugh Jackman Thinks Tom Hardy Should be the Next Wolverine

It’s been said before and it’ll probably be said again: the current comic book movie craze may have had its seeds planted in 1998 by New Line Cinema’s Blade, but it was 2000’s X-Men that catapulted the genre to new heights of success and acceptance by moviegoers everywhere. X-Men was quickly followed by other successful, genre-defining films like Sam Raimi’s original Spider-Man, 2003’s X2: X-Men United, 2004’s Hellboy and Spider-Man 2, and 2005’s Batman Begins.… Continue reading Comics on Film: Life After Hugh Jackman's Wolverine

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:

Mash-Up of the Day:

Ahead of the release of Jurassic World, revisit Jurassic Park — only this time watch it redone in 8-bit video game graphics. 

Vintage Image of the Day:

D.W. Griffith made the first known live-action movie featuring dinosaurs, 1914’s Brute Force, aka The Primitive Man. See a still below.… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: Wolverine Vs. Deadpool, 'Jurassic Park' Redone in 8-Bit Graphics and More

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:

Here’s our first look at Jeff Goldblum reprising his role as David Levinson in Independence Day 2 via director Roland Emmerich (and THR):

If Mad Max: Fury Road had come out in the ’80s, this would have been its trailer (via /Film):

In no particular order, David Fincher‘s favorite movies are… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: The Science of 'Spider-Man,' Real Retractable Wolverine Claws and More

Wolverine

Wolverine: Hugh Jackman has hinted before that he’s ready to say goodbye to playing the X-Men character Wolverine, and now he’s given his clearest signal yet. In a social media post, he featured a photo with the caption, ‘WOLVERINE…ONE LAST TIME. HJ,” apparently referring to the third stand-alone Wolverine movie, set for release on March 3, 2017. [Instagram]

 … Continue reading Movie News: Hugh Jackman's Final 'Wolverine' Movie; More 'Tranformers' Sequels and Spinoffs Are Coming