Warner Bros. Discovery did both Batgirl and Scoob!: Holiday Haunt wrong in the shelving of both titles from theatrical or HBO Max release. It’s not just the fact that Batgirl featured Leslie Grace in a leading role but that the film already completed principal photography. You have a similar issue with Scoob! Holiday Haunt. The reports out there suggest that it’s practically finished already. But since Warner Bros. owns the film rights for Scooby-Doo, it’s…"Warner Bros. Did Batgirl Wrong"
Anthony Michael Hall took some time from shooting The Class to discuss the film and a wide variety of projects with Solzy at the Movies. The Class is a grittier modern-day version of The Breakfast Club. While it’s not a remake of the John Hughes classic, there are certainly going to be comparisons between the two films. Hall also discussed a number of other projects throughout his career including National Lampoon’s Vacation, The Dark Knight,…"Anthony Michael Hall talks The Class and More"
The Dark Knight represents a masterpiece in filmmaking as Christopher Nolan takes the Batman Begins sequel to an entirely new level. After the opening introduces us to the Joker (Heath Ledger), we learn that Bruce Wayne/Batman (Christian Bale), District Attorney Harvey Dent (Harvey Dent), and Lieutenant James Gordon (Gary Oldman) have formed an alliance together. Their mission is to take out Gotham’s criminals. It would be beneficial for Bruce, who would prefer to retire and go back to…"The Dark Knight: A Comic Book Movie Masterpiece"
The History Channel will air the two part-documentary, Superheroes Decoded, on Sunday, April 30 and Monday, May 1 at 9PM ET/PT. Sunday night’s airing is labeled American Legends whereas Monday night’s second part will focus on American Rebels. The filmmakers were given access to creators at both DC and Marvel Comics, thus we are able to see how the rise of superheroes also show a parallel to America’s climb as a superpower. We are shown…"Superheroes Decoded: The Origin Story"