Four months after the release of “The LEGO Batman Movie”, director Chris McKay is set to direct DC’s live action “Nightwing” film and produce all the upcoming sequels and spin-offs of “The LEGO Movie”. I got the chance to interview him and ask him a few questions about his upcoming projects, inspiration for “The LEGO Batman Movie” and more.
It’s finally here! After months of anticipation fans have finally gotten our first official look at “Star Wars: The Last Jedi”. Now it’s time to do what us Star Wars fans do best: dissect every last pixel.
Well, this is quite a surprise.
The developers behind the “Uncharted” franchise, Naughty Dog, has finally released a few more details regarding their highly anticipated part DLC, part full game “Uncharted: The Lost Legacy”.
When “Star Wars: Battlefront” launched in 2015, fans were expectedly let down. The game failed to feature almost anything that fans of the original games wanted. But a new leaked advertisement might give fans of the original games a glimmer of hope for the second installment of the franchise.
The highly acclaimed dark comedy comic book TV show, “Preacher”, is returning for a second season. You can check out the first teaser for the second season here:
All we currently know about the DCEU’s solo “Batgirl” film is that Joss Whedon is to direct, write, and produce. No word yet on a lead actress, besides a rumor about Lindsey Morgan possibly playing the heroine (who is not on this list but I believe would be a great choice). Keep in mind these are my picks for Barbara Gordon, as that is the Batgirl that the film will apparently feature. So who should play Batgirl in the DCEU? Here are our five picks:
Oh what a world we live in.
It’s been three years since “True Detective” first aired in 2014 to much acclaim. It seemed as though the eerie anthology series would be HBOs new “Game of Thrones” until the show fell flat in 2015 when season two premiered with poor critical and audience reception. Though the ratings never dropped, season three has been in television limbo ever since the end of season two. According to EW though, the creator of the show, Nic Pizzolatto, might have an ace up his sleeve.
The second installment in the “Monsters” universe, following 2014’s “Godzilla”, comes “Kong: Skull Island.” Both have been relatively well-received by critics (both are “certified fresh” on Rotten Tomatoes). While I found Garett Edward’s “Godzilla” to be a decent enough start to this “Monsters” universe, I did not feel the same about “Kong: Skull Island.”