It’s time to bring ourselves back online! From the Superbowl ad, with Dolores promising a new world, to the new trailer, Westworld is refusing to let up. The official trailer dropped, and with it, came more questions and more intrigue and, at long last, the hosts’ revolution.
Instead of Dolores being the one dreaming, as she constantly wanted to be woken up in the first season, it’s now Bernard. As perhaps her dream has become his nightmare, he talks to her about the meaning of dreams. At least, it could be Bernard. But then again, it could be Arnold. The first season has already taught us not to trust time. And seemingly, anything else that seems too straightforward. Nothing in Westworld is as it seems, and we’re going to learn much more during Westworld Season 2.
The Fosters, Freeform’s award-winning show, will only last five seasons on the network.
The Fosters cancelled at Freeform! A travesty? Yes. But there is a glimmer of hope for diehard fans of the series… there will be a spin-off. Get the details here!
The Punisher Season 2 renewal is an important milestone for Marvel, for Netflix, and for Frank’s story.
In this modern-day age, superhero movies abound, TV and Netflix spinoffs endless in their pursuit of a bigger meaning beyond just another superhero story. For the most part, the writers of shows and movies get it right. They understand that the deepening connection to a superhero story is making the hero – or villain, in this case – realistic, fleshing them out to the point of believability. They have to have real motives, rooted in the modern-day world, their concerns mirroring a certain aspect of life.
Our favorite New York trio is coming back to our screens in 2018 with new episodes.
Bless! The Bold Type was renewed for Season 2 and Season 3 on Freeform after a rocky beginning with ratings but an intense social media following as soon as the series premiered.
The CW has released a new trailer for The Flash Season 4. Picking up months after the end of Season 3, Barry Allen has been trapped in the Speed Force, leaving Iris, Cisco and the others to defend Central City in his absence. Despite their skills, they’re barely holding Central City together and are desperate to get Barry back.
When Barry does return, however, he’s not the same Barry that went into the Speed Force, coming out a markedly different man.
20th Century Fox has been releasing X-Men films since 2000. After nine films, it has become one of their biggest franchises. Disney has most of the Marvel library, and Warner Bros has the DC characters, in an age where superhero films are some of the biggest money makers Fox does not want to miss out. After the critical acclaim and box office successes of Logan and Deadpool, Fox has no plans on slowing down. On April 22ND, 2017 20TH Century Fox announced a line of future films with three X-Men properties slated for 2018. These include The New Mutants, Deadpool 2, and X-Men: the Dark Phoenix.
Fox now finds itself in an interesting position. Logan marked the final appearance for Hugh Jackman as Wolverine, who was the poster boy for the X-Men films for seventeen years. Fox knows they still want to continue making X-Men films (so the rights don’t go back to Marvel), yet they know they can’t just recast Wolverine because audience and fan reception would not be kind. They will have to wait a decent amount of time till it is safe to try to reuse Wolverine.
Marvel Studio’s began in a small office in Santa Monica that they shared with a kite factory. Then they moved to an office above a Mercedes-Benz dealership in Beverly Hills. In 2014 they moved to Walt Disney Studios lot a few years ago and had not been open to the public. That is until April 17. For the first time, Disney opened the door to press.
Journalist were given a tour of the offices which included a wall of Iron Man armor’s, murals and costumes of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and numerous other Marvel goodies that would make any fan feel like they were walking into Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory. Yet the big news that came from the tour was detailed on future films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
As a white man, I understand the frustration, sadness, disdain, and anger many Muslim, Latinx, Black, and other peoples will have towards me and those that look like me. I don’t blame you, I share those similar feelings with those that look like I do. White privilege has left us in this position with Donald Trump, an openly sexist, racist, homophobic (not to mention how homophobic his running mate is), Islamophobic, xenophobic, and all together disgusting man elected into the highest office of power in our country.
As a gay man, I woke up with the fear for my life as our country delves into four years of hatred and division, though it’s not nearly as dangerous for me as it is for the Muslim, Latinx, and other peoples that Trump and his followers have openly attacked.
Without going Hillary vs. Donald, it’s important to focus on what Donald Trump said at tonight’s Presidential debate… Or rather, what he didn’t say.
First, let’s begin with the release of his tax returns. He remains the only candidate to not release this information to the public, a fact that is shady all by itself. He claims he’ll release these when Hillary Clinton’s deleted emails are released, so he doesn’t really understand what deleted means, and he claims he’s going “against his lawyer’s wishes” if he releases these.
Since the announcement of Supergirl’s move to The CW, and casting of Teen Wolf’s Tyler Hoechlin as the Man of Steel, we finally know the extent that Clark Kent will play in Season 2.
Why do we need Clark Kent to appear in Supergirl Season 2? Truthfully, we don’t. His presence in Season 1 was already too overpowering, but now we must deal with Kara actually living in his shadow.