Month: November 2019

Filmmaker Martin Scorsese recommends audiences avoid watching his three-and-a-half-hour Netflix movie The Irishman on mobile devices. Acknowledging the length of his big-budget gangster epic, now playing in select theaters alongside its Nov. 27 streaming release, Scorsese is hopeful at-home viewers will treat The Irishman like a movie-going experience free from distraction — including phone use
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After saying Marvel movies are “not cinema,” a stance that sparked much discourse online, filmmaker Martin Scorsese clarifies superhero movies are not what he considers to be cinema. Scorsese first expressed that original commentary when promoting gangster epic The Irishman, telling Empire Magazine, “I don’t see them. I tried, you know? But that’s not cinema.
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In honor of the upcoming release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, the official Star Wars account on Twitter shared a behind-the-scenes video this week that featured some amazing footage of the Skywalker Saga throughout the years. The video opens with Peter Mayhew (Chewbacca), Alec Guinness (Obi-Wan Kenobi), Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker), Harrison Ford
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Marvel’s original plans for Avengers: Endgame could have dramatically improved his character journey. The last two Avengers blockbusters essentially presented two different sides to Thanos: the Warrior in Endgame, and the Philosopher in Avengers: Infinity War. It was all done through the use of time travel, with the Thanos of Endgame actually originating from 2014. In theory, this was supposed to create
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Star Trek: Picard is going to voyage into the future of the Star Trek universe with Star Trek: The Next Generation’s Jean-Luc Picard. We know that by the time Picard begins the former Enterprise captain has retired from Starfleet. Thanks to the new Star Trek: Picard prequel comic, Star Trek: Picard — Countdown #1, we
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Star Trek: Picard is set to explore the future of the Star Trek universe with Star Trek: The Next Generation’s Jean-Luc Picard. We know that by the time Picard begins the former Enterprise captain has retired from Starfleet. Thanks to the new Star Trek: Picard prequel comic, Star Trek: Picard — Countdown #1, we know
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Scary Monsters highlights classic monster and sci-fi films of the 1940s to 1980s. It’s the return of the revolting robots, angry automatons, and malicious mechanical men that threatened our world, as well as the rambunctious yet reliable robots that served mankind to ward off evil. They’re all here, including Gort, Robby the Robot, Lost in
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Despite Martin Scorsese’s recent and flagrant bombardment of comic book movies, his latest film, The Irishman, wouldn’t be possible without the MCU. The nearly four-hour Netflix production courses through the times of real life mobster Frank Sheeran, including his place at the front-lines of World War II, his initial introductions with the mafia, and, most importantly, his self-claimed involvement in the disappearance of Union
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RetroFan features a Jaclyn Smith interview, reopens the Charlie’s Angels Casebook, and visits the Guinness World Records’ largest Charlie’s Angels collection. Plus: an exclusive interview with funnyman Larry Storch; Captain Action, the original super-hero action figure; The Dick Van Dyke Show; a vintage interview with Jonny Quest creator Doug Wildey; a visit to the Land
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