On this episode, the Drawn to Comics Podcast overcomes the weather delay of this week's new releases! Russ pleads with Archie Comics not to adapt the CW's Riverdale into an ongoing series, and Ken anticipates Logan, in theaters this Friday. Will Hugh Jackman finally put on the pointy Wolverine mask
Most would agree that Marvel Studios has set a new bar for superhero films. Some Marvel Studios films have been better than others, but as a whole Marvel Studios is generally considered superior to Fox, Sony and Warner Bros. The release of Logan doesn’t change that, but it adds another notch
Synopsis: Logan starring Hugh Jackman takes place in a future where mutants are mostly gone. But there is still hope with help from Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart) and a chance encounter with a mysterious child.
Director: James Mangold
Screenplay: Michael Green and Scott Frank & James Mangold
Writers: David James Kelly and James
Posted on July 27th Hugh Jackman took to Twitter to ask fans what they would like to see in his last turn as Wolverine.
A day later he added this Thank You video to all the fans who had submitted responses and to all the ones still coming in. He's going
It's that time again, folks. Time to grab the popcorn, a large drink, and definitely time to lock up your ladies, because it's SHIRTLESS HUGH JACKMAN TIME! Okay, in all seriousness-
-Uhm, what was I saying? Oh, right. The latest X-Men film is out. Sorry, was I the only one that
The X-Men franchise is important for a few reasons. One is that it can be given direct credit for the sudden popularity of the superhero movie genre. Before Singer’s original debuted in 2000, the most popular and successful superhero movies belonged to Batman and Superman, both of which had their
Holy mother of musicals, was this movie amazing. Not just "Yeah, man, that was pretty cool," I mean "The entire audience was in tears and applauding like crazy by the end of it!" If you don't read any further than this, GO SEE IT!
If you've decided to read more, and
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Anne Hathaway, star of Les Miserables and Samuel L. Jackson, star of Django Unchained team up to bring a special Holiday greeting to us all since both their respective movies releases on Christmas Day. Though the video begins with a warm welcome, it quickly becomes a "Sad Off"