A Warner Bros Picture, Written by Will Beall, Directed by Ruben Fleischer. The gangster genre has been a part of cinema for many years, and so has LA nostalgia, and this film embraces both. It is pure pulp, with style over substance and stars being allowed to be ‘cool’. It features every cliche in the […]
The film that the whole industry is talking about finally debuted its full trailer, and while there was no official confirmation of the release date on the trailer (to allow for it to keep showing if the date is delayed) the current consensus is that they are still aiming to open cinemas back up with […]
A Warner Bros Picture, Written by Matt Lierberman, Eyal Podell, Jonathon E. Stewart, Derek Elliott, Jack Donaldson, Adam Sztykiel, Directed by Tony Cervone. Scooby-Doo has lived on for over 50 years and has been a key part of the childhoods of multiple generations (including mine) so it is natural that Warner Bros would try and […]
A Warner Bros Picture, Written by Tab Murphy, Directed by Sam Liu, Lauren Montgomery. Over the years DC has produced some truly special animation, from Batman: The Animated Series all the way through to the current Harley Quinn show, and while this isn’t a particularly bad film, it certainly doesn’t match up to those heights. […]
A Warner Bros Picture, Written by Mario Puzo, David Newman, Leslie Newman, Robert Benton, Directed by Richard Donner. This film is often regarded as the first ‘great’ superhero movie, and it is tough to argue. The film is simply excellent, with a real focus on the characters and interactions, instead of just non-stop action (due […]
A Warner Bros Picture, Written by Dan Hernandez, Benji Samit, Rob Letterman, Derek Connolly, Nicole Perlman, Directed by Rob Letterman.
Warner Bros has announced a fresh new set of release date changes due to the Corona Virus. They new dates announced are: The Many Saints of Newark – 12th March 2021 Reminiscence – 16th April 2021 (Newly Dated) The Batman – 1st October 2021 Elvis – 5th November 2021 King Richard – 19th November 2021 […]
Matt Reeves has revealed our best look yet as Robert Pattinson’s Batman, and our first look at his Batmobile. This is sure to break twitter and I personally think it looks fascinating. The shots are incredibly moody and match the noir tone we are all looking forward to see from Reeves’ The Batman. Pattinson himself […]