CW’s Arrow To End After Season 8

“You can’t be a vigilante forever.” Oliver Queen himself, Stephen Amell, has announced via Twitter that Arrow will be coming to an end this fall. The tweet can be seen below: Arrow first aired on The CW in 2012. Since then, the show has received great praise for its first two seasons and its epic fifth season, while receiving criticism from many fans for the … Continue reading CW’s Arrow To End After Season 8

Christopher Nolan’s Next Film To Release In 2020

Christopher Nolan, the director of The Dark Knight trilogy, will be releasing his next film in July 2020. Warner Bros. announced the news on Friday, and the news is being reported by multiple sources including The Hollywood Reporter and Variety. The title of his upcoming film has yet to be released along with any cast members or other partners on the project. The Hollywood Reporter describes the film as an “event … Continue reading Christopher Nolan’s Next Film To Release In 2020

Rest In Peace To The Legend: Stan Lee

We are sad to report that comic-legend Stan Lee has passed away at the age of 95. TMZ reported the story first, saying Lee was rushed from his Hollywood Hills home to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center where he passed. Stan Lee is famous for creating Marvel with Jack Kirby in 1961. He created iconic characters including The Fantastic Four, Spider-Man, Black Panther, the Avengers, etc. He … Continue reading Rest In Peace To The Legend: Stan Lee

Jack Bannon Cast As Alfred In Epix Series ‘PENNYWORTH’

It’s been reported by The Hollywood Reporter that Jack Bannon has been cast as Alfred Pennyworth in Epix’s Batman prequel, Pennyworth. Bannon is known for his roles in Imitation Game, Ripper Street, and The Loch. Pennyworth will be written and produced for Epix by Bruno Heller, who has written and produced Gotham and The Mentalist. The show will run for ten episodes and follow the events of Alfred as a young man in … Continue reading Jack Bannon Cast As Alfred In Epix Series ‘PENNYWORTH’

Review: Christopher Robin

Although capturing the adorability of its source material, Christopher Robin leaves little to discover for the imagination of its viewers. This film follows a grown Christopher Robin portrayed by Ewan McGregor (Star Wars Episodes 1-3, Beauty and the Beast). Christopher has left the Hundred Acre Wood and has seen the dark side of the real world. After facing boarding school, war and settling into an … Continue reading Review: Christopher Robin