“Dora the Explorer Movie” in Works. Michael Bay Set to Produce

Get your maps and backpacks ready because Dora the Explorer is heading to the big screen. Michael Bay is set as producer of the film with his Platinum Dune partners, Andrew Form and Brad Fuller. Nick Stoller, director of The Muppets and Neighbors, is working on the script. Most of the production details are secretive…

It: Entertaining But Not Scary

I remember when I saw clips from the television mini series, It, when I was a young child. The clown, Pennywise, traumatized me. Tim Curry’s performance was eerie and it made me not want to see a clown ever again. Fortunately, I don’t really come across clowns so my fear of them is pretty much…

Colin Trevorrow Exits “Star Wars: Episode IX”

Once again, Lucasfilm will need to look for a new director for one of their forthcoming films. On Tuesday, StarWars.com announced that Colin Tervorrow, Jurassic World, will exit as director for Star Wars: Episode IX. The statement says: “Lucasfilm and Colin Trevorrow have mutually chosen to part ways on Star Wars: Episode IX. Colin has…

A Joker Origin Film Is Not a Good Idea

For almost 80 years, the famous comic book villain, Joker, has been shown in many different varieties  through many sorts of medium such as comic books, film, television, and video games; all portrayed in a different way by the artists and actors. Some people say he’s known as one of the best villains ever written…

Spider-Man: Homecoming – Spidey is Back

We have now seen three reiterations of the famous comic book super hero, Spider-Man. It’s a little insane to think that. It’s only been fifteen years since Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man came out, and it’s arguable that it helped changed the comic book movie genre. Yet, like I said, we’ve already had three. After The Amazing…

‘Baby Driver’: Wright’s Film Zooms in Expectations

The last Edgar Wright film we saw was The World’s End, which was in 2013. Wright was originally going to direct Marvel’s Ant-Man but left after both him and the studio were having trouble agreeing on how that film would turn out. So it’s been four years since we’ve seen a Wright film. Fortunately, Baby…