This Friday a new band of heroes (with a few familiar faces) will hit the big screen as “Justice League” debuts. While fans prepare themselves for the return of Wonder Woman (and Batman and Superman…but mostly Wonder Woman) this Amazonian champion is proving both on and off screen that it really is true — not all heroes wear capes.
Today, crusaders, another Summer of Blockbusters comes to an end. But as with most endings, it merely means the beginning of a new chapter. In this case, it’s the start of the fall and holiday movie season, which gives us plenty to look forward to.
Still, before we say goodbye, let’s take a look back at the best, worst, and most surprising films of the summer. Read the rest of this entry
There are those out there who shake their heads at the mere mention of Comic-Con, rolling their eyes at the mere mention of a fandom, let alone the unbridled joy of cosplay and teaser trailers. If you are one of those people, I trust that you’ve already navigated away from this page.
Because this Sunday, Funday brings with it a wealth of teaser trailers fresh off the Comic-Con presses, so I’ll go ahead and get right to it, and let you get right to the rest of your day of rest (however you choose to spend it). Read the rest of this entry
To say that Wonder Woman’s first appearance on the silver screen is long overdue, is a vast understatement. She made her comic book debut in 1941, two years after Batman (1939) and three years after Superman (1938). While DC’s Man of Steel and the Caped Crusader have appeared in over 20 films between them, Wonder Woman has been waiting on the sidelines for far too long.
Thanks to glass-ceiling-shattering director Patty Jenkins and the mesmerizing Gal Gadot, “Wonder Woman” the, Amazon princess’s big screen debut, is worth the wait. Read the rest of this entry
This week, the long anticipated “Wonder Woman,” film finally has its premiere. In honor of all the woman-power that’s about to hit the summer blockbuster scene I thought I’d combine What to Watch Wednesday and Woman Crush Wednesday into “Can’t Wait to Watch ‘Wonder Woman’ Crush the Summer Box Office Wednesday.”
I know it’s a mouthful, but I think it works. After all, what is Wonder Woman about if not combining forces for the greater good. Read the rest of this entry