Originally published on Moviepilot.com on July 20th, 2017 Before Andy Serkis wowed audiences with his incredible performance as the ape leader Caesar, there was another actor that played an ape role that defined the Planet Of The Apes series. This actor is Roddy McDowall. Roddy McDowall starred in four out of five of the original … More ‘Planet Of The Apes’: A Look Back At The Original Caesar
Originally published on Moviepilot.com on July 10th, 2017 As an internet culture, we like to look back on the past. In this case, with the release of Spider-Man: Homecoming, we’ve been looking back at the previous Spider-Man movies that have been released up to this point. The series has had lows and highs and each of the … More 5 Reasons Why ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’ Is Better Than ‘Spider-Man 3’
Originally published on Creators.co on July 2nd, 2017 After the polarizing finale of the second season of True Detective, it was unclear whether or not there would be a third season. The second season of the dark anthology crime series was met with mixed reactions, which was a far cry from the nearly universal praise … More Mahershala Ali In Talks To Star In ‘True Detective’ Season 3-What We Know So Far!
Originally published on Creators.co on July 3rd, 2017 Warning: Contains spoilers for Season 1 of 13 Reasons Why In the entertainment world, there has been a lot of talk surrounding the word “romanticize,” largely spurred by two Netflix properties in particular: 13 Reasons Why and the upcoming movie To The Bone. A lot of the controversy around the … More Is ’13 Reasons Why’ A Romanticized Show?
Originally published on Now Loading.co on June 30th, 2017 Video game to movie adaptations have never fared well. This issue is so prevalent in the film world that it’s given rise to the theory around the internet that there is a “Video Game Movie Curse”. When you look at the track record of video game … More Should TV Be The Future For Video Game Adaptations?
Originally published on Moviepilot.com on June 21st, 2017 I’m a massive animation fan. I think we finally live in an age where animation isn’t looked down upon with a superiority complex as if it’s a lesser form of art. Having taken a few animation courses, myself, I have come to realize just how time-consuming … More Mermaids, Beasts, Genies And Lions: The Reawakening Of Disney Animation
Originally published on creators.co on June 20th, 2017 It has been announced that Warner Archive will FINALLY be releasing Batman: Mask Of The Phantasm on Blu-Ray. 1993 theatrically released animated film has long been overlooked in the Warner Brothers stable of Batman movies (even though it was arguably the most acclaimed until Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight … More Batman: Mask of the Phantasm Is Finally Coming To Blu-Ray! July 2017
Originally published on Creators.co on June 16th, 2017 A new weekend of movies is upon us! With that, we have a bunch of new movies ready to battle it out for the weekend’s box office. The newcomers are, Cars 3 All Eyez On Me Rough Night 47 Meters Down Book Of Henry (limited release) Cars 3 … More Weekend Box Office Predictions! Cars 3, Wonder Woman, All Eyez On Me, And More!
Originally published on Creators.co on June 16th, 2017 I am a big Pixar fan. It’s not hard to be one when they consistently put out great film after great film. For a while, I contended they are the best studio in North America (certainly in animation). It’s true that in the past decade or so they … More 5 Mistakes Pixar Made With ‘Cars 2’
Originally published on Creators.co on June 16th, 2017 With the release of Disney/Pixar’s Cars 3 this upcoming weekend it got me thinking about Disney’s animated films in general (and not just Pixar). The Cars franchise is the most divisive in Pixar’s library of films. The first Cars had the lowest critical reception among Pixar’s staggering number … More 5 Reasons Why ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame’ Is An Amazing Disney Film