Film Review

TV SERIES REVIEW: Marvel and Hulu’s ‘The Runaways’

Marvel and Brian K.  Vaughn’s The Runaways has been a personal favorite comic book series of mine since I got my hands on it from my local library in late 2010. This coming of age story of a group of teenagers who learn their parents are part of an evil crime syndicate spoke to me

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Diversity Aboveground: White Male Allies Needed

White male allies have started to feel what minorities have felt all their lives. They aren’t the star of every film anymore. Sometimes, they’re basically just there to be the villain. It’s great for minorities to see themselves on the screen. Sometimes, it’s fun to read the complaints over Twitter about the new leads in

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Creative Team Set For Netflix’s Live-Action ‘Witcher’ Series?

Months ago it was announced that Netflix would be producing a live-action series based on the novels and video game franchise The Witcher. Producer Tomek Baginski (Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac) was previously said to be directing some episodes. The new addition is seasoned TV writer Thania St. John (Grimm, Eureka, Roswell), who is

‘John Wick: Chapter 3’ Unlikely To Begin Filming Until 2018

Earlier in the year it was reported by THR that Lionsgate was fast-tracking John Wick: Chapter 3 for a fall production start. Sadly, this is not the case and will not begin filming until sometime in 2018. Chad Stahelski will return to direct with franchise creator Derek Kolstad back on scripting duties. However, Omega Underground

‘Green Book’ Begins Shooting In New Orleans At The End of The Month

The Green Book is an upcoming civil-rights-era road trip film from writer-director Peter Farrelly (There’s Something About Mary) which is loosely based on the Negro Motorist Green Book (1936-1966). It’s screenplay was co-written by Farrelly, Nick Vallelonga, and Brian Currie. Omega Underground has learned Green Book begins shooting on November 27th in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Fox Hires ‘Pacific Rim’ Prologue VFX Supervisor For ‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix’

Simon Kinberg wrapped production on X-Men: Dark Phoenix last month and we’ve now learned who will be overseeing the film’s visual effects team as it begins a lengthy post-production. Fox has enlisted Zachary Tucker as the film’s visual effects supervisor. Tucker was behind the prologue sequence for Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim. He’s also worked in other VFX capacities