Hello friends! Hot on the heels of the Vancouver Film Festival and Blood In The Snow, we’ll be covering yet another film festival – VAFF!
Canadian horror lovers take note: The annual Blood in the Snow horror film festival is coming up from October 28th to November 7th, and I will be covering the films!
Spoiler alert, I made this seem like three updates but it’s actually two.
We haven’t really talked about Soul since it hasn’t really come up since the website relaunch, but now it has been affected by the ongoing worldwide crisis that is COVID-19.
Remember when I said that The Batman moving back to 2022 wasn’t going to be the last of that kind of story? I wasn’t kidding!
Who had this one in the betting pool? The Batman, previously schedule for an October 1st 2021 release, has been pushed back to spring 2022.
Thanks, COVID-19. One of the largest cinema chains in the US and UK is closing all their locations.
COVID strikes again. Why is anything still scheduled for this year?
Another result of the ongoing worldwide pandemic, No Time To Die has officially been delayed again until April 2nd, 2021.
Kamala Khan is one of the most popular and important new characters in the Marvel comics universe. It was previously announced that she’d be getting her own Disney+ series and now they’ve cast Canadian newcomer Iman Vellani in the title role.
Yes, you read that right. Jamie Foxx, who starred as Electro in the worst Spider-Man movie is in talks to join the case of the upcoming sequel to Spider-Man: Far From Home.
How is that going to work? No idea!
Avatar, remember Avatar? The movie that was the highest grossing film of all time for a decade?
Anyway, we’re getting four sequels to Avatar and I’ve lost count of how many times they’ve been delayed at this point, but now James Cameron says that two of them are almost ready to go!
M. Night Shyamalan is a, uh, divisive filmmaker to say the least, and he’s got a new movie underway. It’s going to be called “Old” and it has a poster.
Yes, you read that correctly. Barry Jenkins, writer and director of Moonlight and If Beale Street Could Talk is headed to the house of mouse to make a sequel to the 2019 “live action” Lion King movie.
Dwayne Johnson’s Black Adam film is starting to heat up, folks. At DC Fandome a few months ago it was announced that the Justice Society of America, the golden age version of the Justice League, will be part of the story. Now we have our first cast member: Aldis Hodge as Carter Hall, Hawkman.