YOU CAN'T SEE JOHN CENA
I know this is probably a joke but it would be hilarious if John Cena does get cast as the next Captain America.
Wow .. Is this what you can draw when you practice in the normal? Or is it in another area?
No Country For Old Men - Coin Toss Scene
No Country For Old Men hols arguably one of the greatest scenes in film history. Anton Chigurh walks into a convenience store and quickly becomes irritated by the store manager's small talk. After some back and forth banter, Chigurh tells the manager to "call it" heads or tails after a coin flip. The store manager asks what he is putting up before he gives an answer on heads or tails. While we never really find out what the store manager is putting up, we can only assume it is whether he will live or die.
The scene is incredibly tense and really sets the tone for the rest of the movie. Everything from the sound engineering to the overall acting is perfect. I highly recommend you guys watch this clip! I would love to hear how you feel about it and if you have seen the movie before.
Has anyone seen the movie "Bohemian Rhapsody"?
I went to see it yesterday, and I absolutely loved it! It was like I was actually in the concert listening to Queen in 1985. I personally love listening to Queen but never got a chance to see Freddie Mercury myself because I was born later than he passed away. The movie's two and a quarter hours long, but I didn't even realize how fast the time was flying from start to end. Even If you're a not fan of the band, I recommend you see it at least once. I guarantee that you'll have multiple eargasms right from the beginning.
Ridley Scott is going to work on a sequel for Gladiator
As much as I love to see a sequel for Gladiator, I would like to see another sequel for Alien series. Although many people seem to disagree, as a long time fan of the series, I kinda enjoyed watching Alien: Covenant.
First look at Henry Cavill in The Witcher
It is more than the previous Witcher one and it is based on the original novel rather than the game.Well, it's not what I expected...
This is for FortniteBoogs <3 I hope you like it sis. I had a different one where it was a gif but it wouldn't work on here.
Film Trailer Roundup #43
The newest collection of released trailers is here! Poll at the end, again, but here’s what’s in the video:
00:03 How To Train Your Dragon 3
02:28 Cold Pursuit
04:48 Outlaw King
07:10 Bird Box
09:54 Escape Room
12:20 The Prodigy
14:45 Bohemian Rhapsody
16:51 Vox Lux
19:07 Mary Poppins Returns
20:07 Nobody's Fool
21:36 The Front Runner
Gwyneth Paltrow in an ironman suit
A new photo of Gwyneth Paltrow wearing a suit of what seems to be a rescue armor has been leaked by KPOW! instagram (@kpow_ok)
Film Trailer Roundup #42
Just a weekly selection of released film trailers, which I quite like. Link: https://youtu.be/gRLdFradOwg
Might try making this a weekly post...
Wonka / Snowpiercer
I quite like this theory... if you’ve seen both films, what’s your take? Poll after the video.
A new suit for the next Spider-man movie
I don't know what others think, but I think looks fantastic!
James Gunn signs up to join Suicide Squad 2
James Gunn, the former director of Gaurdians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 seems to be in talks among DC fans for possibly signing up to write and direct for upcoming Suicide Squad movie. The news is yet to be confirmed by Warner Bros. officially, but a number fans of DC Cinematics are welcoming the decision, expecting him to be a fine addtition to the franchise. What's also notable is that Dave Bautista, his former colleague, as one of the casts from Guardians of the Galaxy series, seems to be thrilled by the news, showing a strong will to join DC Cinematics alongside James Gunn.
Henry Cavill as The Witcher
Henry Cavill also expressed his direct view of Geralt of Rivia last month. Through interviews, he expressed his enthusiasm for "The Witcher," revealing his willingness to play this role. He also praised the original works and also uploaded make-up image of Geralt,to his own SNS. Henry Cavill has been in talks with major producers for four months and has been coordinating his views.
Venom was a great making love the movie might just be favorite movie of the year
Mark Ruffalo spoiling the title for next Avengers movie.
Mark Ruffalo's recent appearance at The Tonight Show is causing a lot of chaos among MCU fans on what might have been the title for next Avengers movie. By reading his lips, fans initially have made speculations that it could be "annihilation" but later found out to be "The Last Avenger." It has yet to be confirmed by Marvel Studios themselves, but whether it's true or not, many seem to agree that it's one of Marvel's marketing strategies.
As everyone knows the face of venom movie is not real at original cartoon.
Some fan made it better.
At least, Sony have to change your eyes... I'm really disappointed.
Is Avengers 4 going to be the last for Chris Evans?
Chris Evans tweeted this just hours ago, saying that it has been an honor for him to play the role as Captiain America. Is Chris Evans really retiring from the role? or could this be another Marvel's strategy to rob people's attention? Either way, I would like to give him a round of applause for executing the character so well over the years.
Hellboy reboot poster revealed
Honestly, I had my doubts in David Harbour as Hellboy, and in fact, I still do. But he really nailed the look, I guess. I genuinely wish we had Ron Perlman back, but it is what it is. The movie is still a half year away, and I'll hold my opinion until the trailer comes out.
Mega Man is getting Live-Action Hollywood adaption!
Apparently, it will be written and directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman who have history of directing Catfish, Paranormal Activity 3 and 4 together. It is also known that Henry Joost himself is a fan of Mega Man series. I never expected that there will be a live-action movie for Mega Man, and honestly, I doubt that it will ever be successfully made to satisfy both gamers and moviegoers. This does intrigue me a lot though.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Honestly, this film looks stellar.
Jake Gyllenhaal as Mysterio
Looks like MCU is making Sinister Six of their own! Mysterio looking sick asf even with out CGI!
Best movie scene edit?
It’s in german language but everybody should understand its context.
Happy weekend, Mooties!
Dark Pheonix Official Trailer
After watching this trailer, I'm less excited than I was before. Somehow this brings back memories of Apocalypse, and I don't feel good about this.
Which one is better? I prefer Netflix but enjoy both of them? 🤔
Your to young if you don’t know what movie this is from brings back memory’s 😂🤭
Space Jam 2 featuring LeBron James
Never thought I'd see a sequel 😂
Behold. Venun is coming
Psyche! It's just a photoshopped combination of Venom and The Nun. I wouldn't mind watching it if it ever comes out XD
Apparently, the best part about shooting with Michael Bay is stillness.
Ryan Reynolds proves it!
Guys that’s my girlfriend 😂😂but wasn’t that scary I’m to old to be getting scared lol
Last time I was scared I was 9 lol can they do better I miss those days where the movies were actually horror I slept through some parts lol
Henry Cavill's no longer a Superman?
Thank God it only turned out to be a rumor. I'm skeptical about DC movies, but I love his Superman.XD
Scary movie season is almost here and I caught wind on a remake of Candyman. Never heard of this movie and supposedly this is where the urban legend of saying the name a few times in the mirror came from. Never heard of that either, but I am familiar with the bloody mary legend and both sound about the same so I'll assume Candyman copied bloody mary.
Interesting part about a possible remake is Jordan Peele might be directing it. I love his work and his big breakout in Hollywood with "Get Out" made me a fan for life. Do you think Jordan will give us a great Candyman remake and break box office records like the remake of IT?
Upcoming Predator movie!
I've been waiting for this movie for so long, but apparently, critics didn't love it. I'll be the one to judge when I watch it for myself.
FAVORITE MOVIES OF ALL TIME
Obnoxiously capitalized title aside, what movies are your personal favorites and why? I won’t pretend that you need to have just one favorite, because if I’m honest then my list would be better off as a personal Top 50 Films article. Now for you, is it Hollywood blockbusters, indie art pieces, or perhaps animated perfection that you favor? I go all over the place...
Some from me:
Léon: The Professional
Didn’t know what I was getting into here, as I’d just started binging films by specific directors to see if my love of their other films could match ones that were new to me. The other film that got me hooked was The Fifth Element (another of my favorites). I knew what this one was about and even realized that I saw a small portion of it when I was younger, but I thought the film was incredible and beautiful. It’s imperfect, true, and the full version of the film that hasn’t been edited for more sensitive audiences is the best version of it, but I love it. All of the main actors play their roles so well, and perhaps none better than Gary Oldman’s insane Stansfield.
A Single Man
You are less likely to have seen this one, and I honestly can’t remember why I originally rented it to begin with. Maybe it was for Colin Firth? This one stunned me. I don’t know what else to say, but I love it and was very impressed that it was directed by fashion designer Tom Ford - I hadn’t expected that, but it certainly suits him.
My first look into the extensive works of both actor Toshirô Mifune and acclaimed director Akira Kurosawa, and likely their most famous film together, which happens to have been remade and reimagined numerous times. If you like it, you should see all of their films. 😅
The Little Prince
The most recent, but it’s a film chock full of philosophy on life, loneliness, love, friendship, and loss. The animation is stellar and combines multiple styles for different elements of the story. Watched it as an animated film for my son, and he does love it, but it has a special place in my heart as of late.
Anyone excited for Halloween?
Personally, I'm not a big fan of Slashers, but this one is a must see. So far, I'm impressed with movies produced by Blumhouse production, and Halloween is getting positive reviews! I haven't had a chance to watch the original movie from 1978, but I'll definitely check this one out.
Thriller on IMAX!
One week only, beginning September 21, 2018
Such a shame that I won't be able to watch this.
And here I was thinking Chinese movie industry would someday outpower Hollywood...
Apparently, Box office manipulation is a thing in China, which leads to why some of the low quality Chinese movies are considered successful.
I was fascinated with the amount money they've been putting in the movie industry, but sadly, it was nothing but a joke.
Anyone think that the new Peppermint movie with Jennifer Garner is similar to the Punisher movie? I'm still looking forward to the movie though it looks pretty nice.
Movie Trailers Weekly - 9.2.2018
I quite like these collected weekly trailer releases, so I thought y’all might too...
“All new Movie Trailers from the past week
00:03 Bad Times at the El Royale
02:04 First Man
04:19 The Predator
06:25 Johnny English 3
07:25 The Front Runner
09:30 A Private War
11:54 I Think We're Alone Now”
Rami Malek totally nailed the Freddie's look
I know it's out of the blue, but did you guys see the trailer for Bohemian Rhapsody?
Although they don't look identically the same, I can feel Freddie's vibe from Rami Malek.
As a long-time Queen fan, I'm fanboying so much that it almost feels like an eternity to wait for the movie to come out.
When is the live action anime Renaissance?
Anime and Manga turned into live action movie is the next big thing for the movie industry. The problem is it hasn't happened yet. Many big screen adaptations for manga/anime have flopped hard. "Old boy" (not the one by Spike Lee) is the only movie I thought was good. Doesn't really count though cause it wasn't 1 for 1 true to the source material.
I'm eagarly waiting for "Battle Angel Alita." I've never read the manga and that could be a good thing. I don't know hella people that have read the manga to carry the popularity weight that came with other big ones (Ghost in the Shell). Is this the Iron Man of anime movies? From what I've seen so far I doubt it. Will live action anime movies ever be good? Oh hell yeah, the only thing we need is for a director to adapt the source material closely and cast the right ethnic actors to the characters they are playing. Make it open for a trilogy too so the director won't have to take out hella good parts of the story to fit in under 3 hours.
Once a successful movie based on an anime/manga is released we will finally start seeing more and more hit the box office. One movie has to set the stage and the rest will follow.