• Movies/Entertainment

    Costner Approached for Snyder's Superman…Wait, WHAT?

    Fans of G-S-T should know there are three actors I will watch in anything: Sylvester Stallone, Michael Keaton and Kevin Costner. Imagine my surprise yesterday to hear that Ray Kinsella himself, Kevin Costner (supposedly) has been approached regarding a role in Zack Snyder’s Superman film. Wow, this just makes me…sorry, *wipes tear of joy from face* this is the best news/rumor I’ve heard this year. But is this fan speculation or is there merit to it. Known for credible and very reliable facts, Latino Review is reporting what the role is but just because it’s on the internet doesn’t mean it’s written in stone…yet. I’m still waiting for news straight from the mouth of Zack Snyder. So…

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    The Wait for Superman Is Over

    Yes friends, the coveted role of Kal-El has gone to one Henry Cavill. So much to the chagrin of Tom Welling, Brandon Routh and countless fan-boys the world over wanting them to reprise their roles, Superman will instead be played by a 27 year old British actor (of “The Tudors” fame previously). Kind of weird coming off the weekend and reading headlines like “The Man of Steel is a Brit!!” right? But hey, stranger things have happened. While this seems out of the blue, this does come down from the top in an official statement released yesterday: “In the pantheon of superheroes, Superman is the most recognized and revered character of all time, and…

  • Editorials,  Movies/Entertainment

    Comic Book Adaptations – Why Do So Many Fail?

    The real Clash of the Titans Comic Book films have certainly come a long way in the past 10 years. There have been some truly sensational films, that spawn even better sequels that keep hope of more films like it alive. Yet there have also been God-awful messes that cannot be unseen no matter what you do. With all the good and bad out there I think filmmakers/studios are finding the groove but things could be a lot better. We need comic book adaptations which will do more than just keep the genre from simply breaking even. Now to start things off, there is no one solitary reason more comic book films fail…