After being teased in X-Men: The Last Stand, X-Men fans have finally had the opportunity to see what the Sentinels will look like on the big screen. This comes courtesy of the display at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. While I’m still excited to see how they’ll look in X-Men: Days of Future Past, their reveal couldn’t have been more lackluster. I wasn’t expecting to see a Sentinel standing three stories tall, but I expected a helluva lot more than what was featured.
It seems as though every time I turn on my computer one actor or another is rumored to be playing whomever. This time around is Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s turn to have his name tossed into the rumor mill. Joseph Gordon-Levitt was previously rumored to be playing Batman in the may-or-may-not ever happen, Justice League movie. The most recent rumor concerning Joseph Gordon-Levitt is that he’ll be starring as the sorcerer supreme, Doctor Strange!
Not too long ago, I created a bit of a stir with my opinions as well as my expectations for World War Z after watching its lackluster trailer. To say the trailer was a far cry from the final product would be a gross understatement. The CGI was a joke and the trailer as a whole was a bore. Fueled by disappointment, I challenged anyone to watch the trailer and dare tell me that there was anything even remotely thrilling or enticing about it. Well, just as movie trailers can paint a lackluster movie as a brilliant film, the opposite is just as true. Trailers can at times be a poor representation of the actual movie, and World War Z is no exception.
More often than not the proclamation of “free” comes with strings attached. In this case there’s no catch, only a hand-picked collection of Sci Fi movies for you to enjoy. Okay, I lied, there’s a bit of a catch. You’ll likely have to sit through an ad or three. But hey, that’s the not so hidden “cost” of the internet nowadays. Some of these films I’ve seen and absolutely adore, while others I’ve heard great things about but never had the opportunity to watch them just yet. Either way, I hope you enjoy them!
That’s right true believers, Stan “The Man” Lee has confirmed that the long rumored Marvel Studios films, Black Panther and Dr. Strange are indeed in the works.
So, the zombie apocalypse right? I think it’s safe to say that is has become a mainstream thought that our cannibalistic doom is inevitable. With all of the zombie hype going on in the recent years, I find that people are trying to embrace the undead by laughing it off as some absurdity that couldn’t possibly happen.