Short and Simple News: Adam West’s Death, Black Panther Teaser, and More

  Adam West Dies at 88 The first caped crusader, Adam West, died earlier this week. He was 88. West was known for playing many people’s favorite superhero, Batman. After the show was cancelled, West got many voice roles in various television series for children and for the more mature audiences. West was also well known for voicing himself in the animated series, Family Guy. … Continue reading Short and Simple News: Adam West’s Death, Black Panther Teaser, and More

Lifetime movie provides viewers with a different perspective of the Menendez brothers

For several years, Erik and Lyle Menendez have been portrayed as cold-blooded killers who murdered their parents for money, but the movie “Menendez: Blood Brothers?” depicts the brothers in a different way. The Lifetime movie aired on June 12, 2017 and focuses on the Menendez brothers and their motive for killing their parents, Jose and Kitty, in 1989 in the den of their Beverly Hills … Continue reading Lifetime movie provides viewers with a different perspective of the Menendez brothers

Wonder Woman: The Hero That Saved the DCEU

Warner Bros. has put me through an emotional roller coaster since the summer of 2013 when Man of Steel came out. I was excited to see what Snyder had to offer in a new DC film. I walked out disappointed. When I saw the trailer for Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad, I hit the replay button many times. Both were easily … Continue reading Wonder Woman: The Hero That Saved the DCEU

Colbert Safe From FCC, Snyder Leaves “Justice League” Due to Tragedy, and More

In both the television and film industry, some big news was announced. Let’s dive in with the top stories of the week from both industries. Television FCC Not Taking Action Over Colbert’s Trump Remarks The FCC will not be taking any action over Colbert’s Trump remarks on a May 1 broadcast from “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” During his opening monologue, Colbert made a … Continue reading Colbert Safe From FCC, Snyder Leaves “Justice League” Due to Tragedy, and More

Short and Simple Film News: Tom Hardy to Star in “Venom”; New “Aquaman” Image

Here are some of the top movie stories that came out this past week. Despite this week being a slower week compared to others, there were still some good stuff that were announced or revealed. Tom Hardy Stars in “Venom” with Ruben Fleischer as Director Tom Hardy is in final negotiations with Sony to star in “Venom” with Ruben Fleischer, director of “Zombieland”, to direct. … Continue reading Short and Simple Film News: Tom Hardy to Star in “Venom”; New “Aquaman” Image

“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” – Bigger and Better in a Different Way

Guardians of the Galaxy was the first film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe that was something truly different. It’s a comic book that many non comic book readers didn’t know about, but it turned out to be one of Marvels most successful films critically (my favorite in the franchise) and was a huge success financially (making over $700 million) proving that Marvel can branch out … Continue reading “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” – Bigger and Better in a Different Way

2017 Summer Films to See

Now that you’re done stressing over finals and getting ready to have a relaxing summer, you’ll probably be going to the movies more than once during the break with the amount of blockbusters coming our way. With the success of Deadpool and Logan both being two rated R films that earned huge success and large amounts of money, you can definitely expect not just family … Continue reading 2017 Summer Films to See