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Hollywood loses some legends, Paramount decide they 'gotta go fast' and change Sonic, and DC has its new Batman
Some have called the milking of politicians a worrying precursor to further political violence. Is it worth the hubbub or are people just milking it?
Only 4% of studio directors are female, why is the film industry like this and what can be done to change it?
Disney continues its imperialistic march towards complete entertainment domination
The end is here, Marvel Studios’ first superhero saga goes out on a high.
College admission scandals, a strong second film from the director of Get Out, and a Disney dominated news cycle
Jordan Peele's second film leans hard into the horror genre, providing a deep, layered and frightening experience.
In Marvel's first female-led feature, Brie Larson soars and shines in a fun-filled adventure.
We need to change the way we look at Africa.
In the the Old Red Lion Pub Theatre lurked a (theatrical) talk show, mandated viewing by the Old Ones - Late Night With Cthulu.
From the upheaval of Academy membership, to Kevin Hart not hosting due to issues over a series of (old) homophobic tweets, the 91st Academy Awards were destined to be unusual - and they didn’t disappoint on that front.
Patient 4620 is an atmospheric exploration into the psyche of a disturbed artist.
As the year comes to a close, what were the best films of 2018?
Times may be bad at the El Royale but they certainly make for good cinema.
Delivering a speech? Competing in a debate? Performing some Shakespeare? Here's your 'how-to’ for having a good stage presence.
Spike Lee’s newest joint masterfully tells a decades-old tale of fighting white nationalism - a tale that’s all too relevant today.
Whilst the crossover possibilities are both exciting and endless, the future isn't all fun here.
Comment posted on 6 May 2019
One interesting thing to note with the Captain Marvel thing is probably that this was written and shot before Captain Marvel. So, basically the full idea of who the character was and how Larson was playing her wasn't that developed when Endgame was shot.
Also I didn't get to it in my article but the Russos doing interviews and stuff about their first LGBTQ+ character in 10 years and they're a throwaway civilian with three lines was kinda obnoxious.
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