Before the reboot hits theaters, we’re taking a look at Big Red’s previous films. Today we continue with a look at Hellboy 2: The Golden Army.
Before the reboot hits theaters, we’re taking a look at Big Red’s previous films. Today we start things off with a look at 2004’s Hellboy.
Longtime friend of Poor Man’s Spoiler, Chad Teague, joins the team with our new column “Teague’s Take.” We start today with his thoughts on James Wan’s Aquaman.
Deadpool 2 is officially in theaters and it is quite possibly everything we ever dreamed of and more. We already gave you our spoiler-free review, which you can read here. But today we’re going to really get into the film and give you our full spoiler review. If you have not yet seen the film and want to stay away from spoilers, I highly recommend you don’t go any further. And honestly, you should go into the film with as little spoiled as possible.
Leading up to the release of Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War, we’re taking a look back at every element of the MCU thus far. This film is the culmination of everything that began with the first Iron Man film in 2008, and so we want to prepare you for what may be the biggest film of all time. We’ll dive into all 18 films released thus far, each of the TV series that are considered part of the MCU, and a selection of other shorts and comics considered canon within the MCU. Today we continue our Countdown with the final solo film of Phase One, Captain America: The First Avenger.
While the world has been counting down to Infinity War, Marvel has been working on multiple films that will follow the next Avengers flick. The most exciting of which may be Captain Marvel. That film will bring the much beloved hero Carol Danvers, played by Brie Larson, to the big screen on March 8th 2019 and Marvel has just announced the official start of production. Part of that announcement included a full cast list which includes some returning favorites.
While 20th Century Fox is readying the release of Deadpool 2, fans of the X-Men franchise had their hopes up for the upcoming New Mutants film as well as X-Men: Dark Phoenix, which were set for release later this year. This week Fox announced that the two X-Men films would be moved further out with Dark Phoenix hitting theatres in February of 2019 and New Mutants coming to the big screen in August of 2019. Why the shift in release dates? Especially when New Mutants was originally scheduled for release on April 13th of this year and then already moved to February of 2019? We’ve got all the details here.