This past week I said goodbye to one of my favourite series, get ready to welcome back some others, there’s drama at Marvel Studios, and, most sadly, another staple of my childhood left this world. And so I dedicate this column to the great Wes Craven.
Interesting things have happened this week, like Jurassic World continuing to slay at the Box Office, Harry Potter making a comeback of sorts, many Spider-Man news and, most importantly, NBC breaking the hearts of Fannibals. And yet, hope springs eternal.
The most important new came from DC since they managed to nab one of the most charismatic dudes ever for their cinematic universe~ But we also have more geeky news from Marvel and others too!
The Toronto Film Festival has started and with that my favs being all awesome promoting their movies. Also, some interesting casting news… and a retirement that left me with bittersweet feelings.
Here’s the new trailer of Epic, that still gives you FernGully flashbacks, which is not necessarily a bad thing.
This week we saw Superbowl movie TV spots and news of Big Franchises making solo movies for their green characters, big and small.
Amy and Camiele had a very interesting conversation about the historical ramifications of racism and its impact on entertainment and mainstream media’s treatment of ethnicity as a whole.