Y’all know how much I love Squirrel Girl, right? Y’all know I have loved her since the very beginning. My boy DJ Les Boogie hates that she once “battled” Galactus — and technically won.
Anyway, despite my deepest desires to write a live-action Squirrel Girl film, Marvel has decided to use the character in its Freeform television series Marvel’s New Warriors, and they’ve finally cast an actress to portray Squirrel Girl.
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Last week, I saw Baby Driver, a groovy, infectious jukebox-musical action flick that left me floored. The film by turns funny and thrilling, and although his character doesn’t say much, it’ll make a star of leading man Ansel Elgort.
So when I read the news on Wednesday that writer-director Edgar Wright and Sony, which released Baby Driver, were talking sequel, I nearly blew a gasket.
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Y’all know how much I love Alamo Drafthouse, right?
I mean, the concept behind the Austin, Texas-based movie-theater chain is sheer genius: They show first-run films as well as cult classics and otherwise unheralded movies; they offer a variety of foodstuffs and beverages (alcoholic and non) to enjoy during your film; and they’re just cool asf.
Although we had something similar in Brooklyn, the Nighthawk, once Alamo Drafthouse came to New York — and settled very close to me in Downtown Brooklyn’s City Point shopping complex — I was hooked. Nearly every film I’ve seen in the past nine months has been at Alamo. (The lone exception? John Wick: Chapter 2, which I was forced to see at UA Court Square. Quelle horreur!)
Well, check this out. Alamo Drafthouse is opening a new theater in Downtown Los Angeles’ the Bloc retail center. Slated for a 2018 debut, this will be Alamo’s first L.A. location. Crazy, right?
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If you’re like me, you are eagerly anticipating Marvel’s Black Panther. Well, Marvel knows how to stoke anticipation, and they’ve done so with the release of the first poster from the film.
I dig it: T’Challa (played by Chadwick Boseman) sits on his throne in a room that perfectly fuses regality with the technological prowess his country of Wakanda is revered for in the Marvel Universe.
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