Fans have been desperate to see the high-flying action of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) on the big screen.
I wouldn't necessarily consider myself a gamer. I play video games from time to time, but I never feel like putting in the amount of hours most video games require.
When “Justice League” hit theaters in late 2017, it was both a critical and financial disaster. With stories of endless production troubles and expensive reshoots, many felt that it was doomed from the start. The most notable being the replacing of director Zack Snyder with Marvel “Avengers” director Joss Whedon.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has released movies and television adaptations for over a decade now. In the whopping 23 films released since “Iron Man” in 2008, we have been introduced to an entire universe of heroes.
Although the Golden Globes have come and gone, the award show represents an age-old problem in Hollywood that still persists today.
Hollywood took a harder hit than most other industries during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Following the grandiose crossover event “Crisis on Infinite Earths,” the CW’s Arrowverse looked more promising than ever, with a whole multiverse left open to explore as well as a tease for its own Justice League.
If any industry took a greater hit this year due to the COVID-19 coronavirus, it was certainly the theater industry. Broadway shut down all the way back in March and will now stay closed until June of 2021.
“If I don’t get it, I’m going to come back and do one again that is so bad on purpose,” Adam Sandler said during an interview on the “Howard Stern Show.”