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New! Character Posters For Wonder Woman

There was some griping online that Warner Bros. Pictures wasn’t putting enough marketing muscle into promoting “Wonder Woman”, somehow insinuating that the studio doesn’t have a lot of confidence in a female solo superhero movie. Which is complete nonsense of course, but that’s the Internet for you. In fact, we have been getting steadily bombardedContinue Reading

Blade Runner 2049 Trailer

This sequel to the Ridley Scott classic sees a new Replicant hunter tracking down a former one, played by Harrison Ford…

Wonder Woman Trailer 2

Fresh from the MTV Movie Awards comes this action-packed trailer that also reveals more of the heroine’s origin story…

Character Posters & Stills Revealed For Blade Runner 2049

When Denis Villeneuve was announced as the director for the sequel to the Ridley Scott classic “Blade Runner”, I knew it was in good hands. Whether or not the movie turns out to be another great work of sci-fi, I know it will at least look stunning and have the right kind of tone. Today,Continue Reading

Wonder Woman Trailer 2

This new trailer gives us a glimpse of Diana’s origins as an Amazonian princess on the mystical island of Thermiscyra…

Gal Gadot Talks Feminism & Backlash For Wonder Woman

It’s hard being a role model for females nowadays. It seems like you have to constantly tread on eggshells to avoid offending the easily offended — who are sadly way too numerous lately. Even if you’re just being you, the danger of not being or living up to some unrealistic or flat-out unhealthy ideal isContinue Reading

Blade Runner 2049 Teaser Trailer

Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford star in this sequel to the classic sci-fi, set 30 years later in a world even more complex and dangerous…

Gal Gadot Talks Wonder Woman’s Female Perspective

Warner Bros/DC has more at stake with “Wonder Woman” beyond the obvious financial performance. Beating Marvel to the punch, it’s the first female superhero movie we’re getting. Which means they have to get it right in terms of how she’s portrayed and how she will be perceived by a world that is not only inContinue Reading