8 items from 2017
Caroline Preece Mar 10, 2017
Raj's financial woes form the backbone of the latest The Big Bang Theory episode. Here's our review...
This review contains spoilers.
10.18 The Escape Hatch Identification
In this week’s episode of The Big Bang Theory Raj is homeless, but somehow he’s still in better shape than most of his friends.
We start with a little montage across apartments, when Leonard and Howard see a post from Raj announcing his worsening financial struggles. He can’t afford his apartment now that he’s been cut off from his father’s funding, and the two couples debate whether they have room to take their friend in or not. Meanwhile, Sheldon and Amy are having a similar conversation about whether they have room for a life-size Spider-Man statue in their apartment. »
Mike Cecchini Feb 28, 2017
Against all odds, it sounds like 20th Century Fox is still planning on making Fantastic Four 2. At one point, the movie was set for a June 9th 2017 release date, but as you can guess, that isn't happening. The troubled 2015 reboot only took in $56 million at the Us box office, and wasn't exactly a critical success, either. Nevertheless, those hoping that this means Marvel Studios will get their crack at the franchise should probably temper their expectations.
"We’re very interested in doing another Fantastic Four movie, and we love that cast, and it’s really about getting the tone right," producer Simon Kinberg told Lrm. But he also confessed that the darker »
A new round of Halloween shirts from Terror Threads has arrived. Also in today's Horror Highlights: six preview pages from Broken Moon: Legends of the Deep #3, details on Lynn Lowry's upcoming appearance at this year's Women in Horror Film Festival, The Road Trip Project, and the third episode of Dead Town.
Terror Threads Halloween Shirts Photos & Release Details: From Terror Threads: "Part 1 of our Officially Licensed John Carpenter's Halloween Collection is Now Available for purchase at Terrorthreads.Com"
Broken Moon: Legends of the Deep #3 Preview Pages Revealed: "The ocean holds many secrets... and in the post-apocalypse, they're coming into the open! First gill men, then the demented creatures known as "Tok-tok"... and now, David, Avery, and Keeney — survivors of the attack on Vampire City — have come bearing tales of mysterious "Depth Dwellers" who speak of an ancient god.
A sudden explosion has sent Korbin and To'klace's group »
- Tamika Jones
Kirsten Howard Jan 11, 2017
When the Russo brothers joked that they had 68 characters ready for Avengers: Infinity War, we had to wonder how close to the truth that joke might actually be, considering how many of Marvel's characters had appeared in the directors' previous outing Captain America: Civil War.
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One character who will almost definitely be coming back for a final showdown with the dastardly Thanos, however, is your friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man. Yep, Tom Holland is likely to be in Infinity War, if this confirmation by the man himself in an interview »
We're back this week with another Reader Submission. As he eluded to in last week's column, UnBoxing Jon had more to say about Robert Downey Jr. and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. So here it is!
Call To Action: Don't let Jonny boy hog all the glory! Here at Lrm, we're now reserving a slot on Mondays dedicated exclusively to Reader Submissions. If you've got a piece you'd love to share with the world, e-mail it to Mario@LRMOnline.com. I'll work on it with you, and if we can get it into shape, it'll be published right here on Lrm. Like the tagline says: "For Fanboys, By Fanboys!"
Is Robert Downey Jr. The Villain Of The McU?
by UnBoxing Jon
By this time next year, the Marvel Cinematic Universe will be almost a decade old. That will mean 17 films, nine TV/Netflix series, and one bizarrely arranged »
- Mario-Francisco Robles
BAFTA has announced this morning that Laia Costa, Lucas Hedges, Tom Holland, Ruth Negga and Anya Taylor-Joy have been nominated for the Ee Rising Star Award at this year’s British Academy Film Awards.
The Rising Star Award is designed to honour actors and actresses who have shown truly outstanding talent on the big screen in the past year and captured the attention of both the public and the film industry and is the only award to be decided by a public vote.
Laia Costa starred in Sebastian Schipper’s critically-acclaimed Victoria, a film which was almost entirely improvised by the actors and shot in one single take – in turn landing her a series of awards wins. Prior to this, she played the lead role of Lucià in the Russian film Fort Ross, directed by Russian director Yuriy Moroz, and also starred in Palm Trees in the Snow. Costa has »
- Gary Collinson
Author: David Sztypuljak
Every year, Ee sponsor the BAFTA Rising Star Award at the British Academy of Film and Television Awards here in London town. The award is always a fascinating one since it’s voted for by the public.
The nominations have just been announced from BAFTA HQ are in the running for the 2017 spot are all listed below. It’s going to be very interesting to see who takes the win this year with the likes of Tom Holland as Spider-Man being so mainstream and Anya Taylor-Joy appearing in the likes of The Witch.
Previous winners of the award include James McAvoy, Eva Green, Shia Labeouf, Noel Clarke, Tom Hardy, Juno Temple, Will Poulter, Jack O’Connell and last year the award was taken by Star Wars star John Boyega.
This year the nominations are as strong as every with Laia Costa, »
- David Sztypuljak
Before I go into this week’s column, I wanted to acknowledge the passing of Carrie Fisher. Mere hours after my column went up last week it was reported that she had passed. It was truly tragic for her family, friends and legions of fans whom include myself. Rest in peace, Carrie Fisher.
Last week I picked Love Is Love, the joint DC Comics and Idw publication to raise money for Equality Florida benefiting the victims of the Pulse Nightclub mass shooting. I had written about this book’s announcement back in September and how it filled me with pride that this was happening, but that comics still has more to do towards creating stronger queer inclusion. Now that the trade is out and I got the chance to read it, I have more to say.
- Joe Corallo
8 items from 2017
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