It’s been 10 years since the Marvel Cinematic Universe began. Over these 10 years Marvel has released 18 movies. Each one telling its own story while also contributing to an overarching narrative, while sometimes the interconnected story may have seemed forced or even created a barrier for entry for late comers, seeing all those threads finally come together is an event not to be missed.
Anyone can save the Galaxy once, but you’ve got to be really cool to do it twice.
With this live action adaptation of the 1991 film Beauty and the Beast Disney, with the help of director Bill Condon and writers Stephen Chbosky and Evan Spiliotopoulos, will prove that no one does fairy tales quite like they do.
Homestead is a company in the most lucrative industry ever, colonising new planets. They’ll give you a fresh start on a new world, a chance to build and grow a new society. Embark on the Avalon for a 120 year journey, during which time you’ll be held in suspended animation. They’ve never had any problems, until now. Careful for spoilers.
A long time ago in a galaxy far far away Luke Skywalker helped the rebels take advantage of a design flaw in order to destroy the planet killing weapon known as the Death Star, but how did the rebels get the plans for the Death Star in the first place? That’s the story Lucasfilm, now owned by Disney, is telling in the first Star Wars spinoff film Rogue One, directed by Gareth Edwards.
Does Disney have another Frozen on its hands or will their latest princess sink.
Coming out in 2009, the Angry Birds mobile game has been downloaded more than one billion times, but will that success translate to the big screen?
As Captain America: Civil War rolls out worldwide, it’s time to look back on some of the more Spoiler aspects of the movie. If you haven’t seen the movie you may want to turn back now. You’ve been warned.