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Variety more 'sequels we don't need!' news. Boss Baby is getting one for 2021. Sigh. I actually thought that movie was unexpectedly good but most movies don't actually need sequels. Stop trying to make movies into big TV shows with multiple episodes! TV is great but Movies are not TV!
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James Hunt Mar 22, 2017
Iron Fist is currently veering between being a soap opera boardroom drama and a generic Netflix Marvel action series...
These viewing notes contain spoilers.
Iron Fist, the fourth and final member of the Defenders, has finally made his debut. As with previous Netflix series, we’ll be reviewing an episode a day highlighting the characters, reference points and easter eggs we spotted. Feel free to read along as you watch too, but please don’t spoil future episodes for anyone in the comments!
Ouch. Just when I thought Iron Fist had turned a corner, the cold open - sexy women pitching synthetic heroin to potential buyers - bordered on cringeworthy. After that things got a little better, but the show is veering »
Iron Fist has finally been released, and if I can get away with it today I will attempt to give Spoiler-free'ish updates throughout the day! I have been waiting for this for awhile, and while we have seen nothing but negative reviews, it is up to us, the readers, for the final decision!
Episode 01 + 02
The first episode has a very "Bruce Wayne returns" type of feel to it, as Danny Rand shows back up after being missing and presumed dead for most of his life, after training in a mystical place that "can't be reached from here." The Meachums kids have taken over the company after their father's death from cancer, but it should actually be Danny's company. Rand does not seem to want money, just some answers. He attempts to go to a Dojo to train, which doesn't work as planned. At the end we get a surprise as someone is still alive. »
- Drew Carlton
Spare a thought for Claire Temple. Ever since Daredevil made a beeline for Netflix two whole years ago, Rosario Dawson’s kind-hearted nurse has patched up the Man Without Fear and Mike Colter’s Hero for Hire, not to mention giving some much-needed advice to the prickly Jessica Jones.
But on March 17th, the final Defender, Iron Fist, will call upon Claire Temple for medical aid, and a new clip from IGN sheds light on the first encounter between Temple and Danny Rand’s hero-in-training. Is Marvel’s steadfast supporting player slowly beginning to complete her transition to Night Nurse? It’s the one rumor that continues to do the rounds online, but until we hear official confirmation one way or another, you can get a better sense of Claire and Danny’s dynamic up above.
- Michael Briers
Jason Bateman is coming off his starring turn in the holiday laugh-fest Christmas Office Party. And he's wasting no time jumping right into another high-concept comedy with Game Night. The movie will team him with Rachel McAdams.
The story revolves around a group of couples whose regularly planned game night goes murderously off the rails. Jason Bateman is officially signed to take the lead, with McAdams currently said to be in negotiations. The screenplay arrives from the power duo of Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley. They will be directing the movie as well.
Jason Bateman will produce Game Night through his Aggregate Films banner alongside partner James Garavente. John Davis and John Fox are producing the movie for Davis Entertainment. It is stated by The Hollywood Reporter that while Bateman only recently signed on, Aggregate has been attached to the project from the get-go, agreeing to produce since the pitch was made. »
Every mother’s worst nightmare came true for actress Eva Amurri, after a night nurse dropped Amurri’s three-month-old son on his head. She revealed the terrifying news on her website HappilyEvaAfter.com: “A couple of days after Thanksgiving, our Night Nurse fell asleep while holding [my son] Major and dropped him, and he cracked his head on […] »
- Shakiel Mahjouri
Eva Amurri Martino is hoping to find some peace in the new year following a "traumatic" incident involving her baby son just last month. Susan Sarandon's daughter—who is a mother to Marlowe Mae, 2, and son Major James, 3 months—took to her Happily Eva After blog to reveal a night nurse had dropped the baby on his head and cracked his skull in November. "A couple of days after Thanksgiving, our Night Nurse fell asleep while holding Major and dropped him, and he cracked his head on the hardwood floor," she recalled. "Kyle [Martino] and I were sleeping at the time and were awoken by the sound of his head hitting the floor, and then hysterical piercing screams." She »
Eva Amurri Martino is not staying silent about her concerns that she may be suffering from depression.
In a blog post shared on her website HappilyEvaAfter.com, the mother of two — daughter Marlowe Mae, 2, and son Major James, 3 months — opened up about her difficult end to the year.
“A couple of days after Thanksgiving, our Night Nurse fell asleep while holding Major and dropped him, and he cracked his head on the hardwood floor,” Amurri Martino, 31, wrote. “Kyle and I were sleeping at the time and were awoken by the sound of his head hitting the floor, and then hysterical piercing screams. »
- Blake Bakkila
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