Hyperdrives are explained to have sensitivity to gravity wells and distortions. The Interdictor-class Star Destroyer was designed to yank fleets either transiting into a system or following a defined hyperspace route out into normal space. The Kessel Run, at 12 parsecs, was the best shortest route through the… Read more
yeah and i have to say, when did we get this weird idea that we don’t recast roles? the whole thing is “the show must go on” - the tribute to boseman will be making a great sequel with a solid performance from a new t’challa.
I’m honestly not sure exactly where this is from, but the only similar statements I can find are NOT from anyone at Marvel, but from random “sources”. It’s not impossible but no where has anyone actually involved with the films stated that they won’t recast BP.
He’s definitely a contender.
He definitely could, if his commitments to Aquaman and the Matrix sequels don’t conflict. Between those and Watchmen, Abdul-Mateen’s established a deep relationship with Warner.
Source? Because the only thing I’ve heard is they are not going to use a CGI Boseman in the film.
Can I ask where they said that? I honestly haven’t heard any statement from Marvel about it.
There’s no denying it would be a huge challenge, both for Marvel and for the actor. I just see less downside in trying to move forward with a new actor than writing off the character completely.
It would be a challenge for any actor, to be sure. But Marvel has had great success placing, if not unknown, then at least low profile actors into starring roles. No one knew Chris Hemsworth before Thor. Chris Pratt had certainly been in projects but was unknown to the general public, unless you were a Parks and Rec… Read more
Interesting theory, I’ve thought that Marvel was waiting for the immediate emotional upheaval to calm down before making any definitive announcement. Additionally, I believe that Boseman would want another young black actor to have an opportunity, and if Marvel went in that direction the blessing of Coogler and the… Read more
Flat Earth Simulator recently appeared on Steam with no fanfare at all. Costing $5, it’s a beautifully presented—if…
I actually despise that screenings, particularly in the US, are not recommended until people turn ~50 and wish that would change. When I was 35 I had to had a colonoscopy (and an endo) for an issue with my health and a benign tumor was discovered and removed. I was very lucky, as if I had waited until the recommended… Read more