Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse

In November 2014, a hacker group called, “Guardians Of Peace” leaked Sony’s information of employees’ personal data, e-mails from their colleagues/family members, salaries, a string of proposed pre-development movies etc. One of the pre-produced films is an animated Spider-Man project which is supposed to reinvigorate the franchise after The Amazing Spider-Man 2 disappointed critics, fans […]

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Aquaman

In November 1941, a month before Pearl Harbor, comic book company (now defunct) National Comics Publications introduced a character named Arthur Curry, also known as, “Aquaman” first appearing in an anthology series labeled, “More Fun Comics” issue number 73. His first issue explores his origin story. For those who haven’t heard of his origins, I […]

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Ralph Breaks The Internet

In 2012, Disney released their 52nd animated film called, “Wreck-It-Ralph” starring John C. Reilly & Sarah Silverman. It received positive reviews from critics and movies alike. Plus, it managed to recoup money at the box office. The film went on to earn an Academy Award nomination for “Best Animated Film.” Unfortunately, it lost to Pixar’s […]

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Wreck-It-Ralph

In The 1980’s when Tron first utilized computer graphics way before Jurassic Park became a game changer in cinematic history, Disney worked on a story called, “High Score.” The project went under “Development Hell” for two decades until former founding father of Pixar, John Lasseter helped them to conceive the project changing the already changed […]

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John Carpenter’s The Thing

In 1951, a sci-fi horror film called, “The Thing From Another World” loosely based on novel titled “Who Goes There?,” opened in theaters and made money at the box office and earned decent reviews from critics. Three Decades Later, filmmaker, John Carpenter (Halloween, Escape From New York, Big Trouble In Little China) fresh from his […]

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