Came here for this. Thank you.
How much have theatrical release windows shortened over time?
As the show’s gotten so dark, it’s a little weird having it be on a kid-tv station — after a really heavy scene, we cut to bunch of hyper, neon toy commercials!
What slays me is the video where Spielberg says the author is a visionary.
The only reason all of these properties are so valuable today is because of the careful management of all those properties. Sony would have totally driven the Marvel Cinematic Universe straight into a brick wall.
What about PINK panthers!??!
I was actually expecting GDT to show it in the movie.
He could handle LOGAN but not Deadpool? I’d think Deadpool would be more kid-friendly.
That kid’s reaction is just so PURE. As adults, the way we react to movies is informed by a lifetime of watching movies. (As well as personal experience, education, etc.)
The best reaction to Man of Steel.
Oh, I think I’m hyped enough for this movie without the primer, thank you.
Technically, 2008's The Incredible Hulk (starring Ed Norton) is part of MCU canon.
If they insist on remaking “3 Men and a Baby”, I hope they at least include the 3 Men & a Baby Ghost.
That’s a shame Clark Gregg wasn’t there — he was at the Black Panther premiere, which I thought was encouraging.
YES. He’s a director that’s gotten WORSE over time, IMO. People point to “PAIN & GAIN” as an example of him being able to do comedy, but it is TERRIBLE. It’s comedy by someone who doesn’t understand comedy. His philosophy on comedy is to cast people as sight-gags. Comedy to make bullies laugh. Comedy by a dumb high…
I’m guessing these guys didn’t get the EVITE....
Yeah, I really like Tom Hardy and just the first few seconds of that voice, my reaction was, “Ugh... that’s not good.”
We’ve gotta meet all of Han’s starter girlfriends.
With the amount of Star Wars films and tv being developed now, I think EVERYBODY’s gonna be in Star Wars eventually...!