Toby Emmerich, President and CCO of Warner Brothers, has confirmed that Oscar nominated, delightful British tea pastry, Jude Law has officially signed on to play young Albus Dumbledore in the next Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them film, and Potterheads (myself included) are ELATED. Continue reading Jude Law to play young Albus Dumbledore in next Fantastic Beasts film
Slay girl slay.
In 1992, Joss Whedon wrote and released Buffy the Vampire Slayer, what he saw as a horror movie about an empowered woman. To his dismay, it was widely viewed as a broad comedy. 5 years later, he had the opportunity to develop the movie into a TV show, with the theme “high school as a horror movie.” Sarah Michelle Gellar was cast as Buffy for the show, and a generation was defined with 7 seasons of horror, romance, comedy, drama, and of course, slay-age. Continue reading 20 Years of Buffy the Vampire Slayer
It’s the “swing and a miss” that Marvel was bound to have eventually.
Suspense! Intrigue! Romance! Kung-fu (or is it karate?)! Iron Fist had one out of four of these in spades.
What packs a bigger punch? DC’s lineup on the CW or Marvel’s domination of Netflix? We’ll tell you. Continue reading Small Screen, Big Heroes: Marvel’s Netflix Success
Nearly 10 years after the release of the final novel, and nearly 6 years after the saga finally concluded with the release of the final film, J.K. Rowling has bestowed upon us the chance to reenter the world of Harry Potter in an all new adventure titled Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Continue reading Harry Potter & The Cursed Child Review