Here we go again. Another Time’s Up / #MeToo column for another film in which filmmakers left T.J. Miller in the cast. The major problem that I had with Deadpool 2 goes down to one thing: this film served as the perfect opportunity to recast T.J. Miller’s role of Weasel with the Deadpool brand of humor following allegations of assault and abuse. Given the news stories that broke in December about allegations of sexual assault…"Time’s Up: My Major Problem with Deadpool 2"
Led by Ryan Reynolds as the Merc with a Mouth, Deadpool 2 is a wildly entertaining ride that ups the stakes after 2016’s hit predecessor. David Leitch takes over the director’s chair for Tim Miller but it is as if nothing has changed. The screenplay is full of pop culture opportunities to joke about. Honestly, it may be even more meta than the earlier film. The jokes are all over the place. Jokes references include Deadpool‘s…"Deadpool 2: A Wildly Entertaining Ride"
Stan Lee made what has been billed has his final appearance at C2E2 in Chicago. After appearing in panels on Saturday, posing for photos, and taking autographs with the fans, Lee had one more card up his sleeve. On Saturday, Lee participated in a joint panel with Frank Miller on the Mainstage and later did an interview on the Live Stage. In the closing hours of C2E2, Lee did a surprise signing at the Marvel…"C2E2: Stan Lee makes his Final Appearance"
C2E2 will be bringing many fan favorites to Chicago during the weekend of April 21-23, 2017. Stan Lee and Frank Miller are the featured headliners next month as C2E2 takes to McCormick Place in the Windy City. Lee recently canceled an appearance at the Big Apple Comic Con in New York as a result of the flu but is expected to be making his final C2E2 appearance next month. Lee and Miller will headline a…"C2E2 bringing Fan Favorites to Chicago in April"
It was reported yesterday by The Hollywood Reporter that David Ayer would be re-teaming with Margot Robbie on Gotham City Sirens, a movie that would feature all the female villains of the DC Universe. Robbie’s Harley Quinn was the breakout star in Suicide Squad this summer. Robbie was likely the best thing from Suicide Squad, which was horribly trashed by the critics but went on to gross nearly $750 million worldwide. In addition to Quinn,…"Gotham City Sirens in the works for DC Comics with Margot Robbie"