Derrickson Steps Down From Doctor Strange Sequel

The Sorcerer Supreme will need a new cloak wrangler, as Scott Derrickson has announced on his Twitter account that he’s leaving the Doctor Strange sequel, titled Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, as director. Derrickson chalks up his exit to the standard could-mean-anything “creative differences” between himself and Marvel, although he will stay on …

Comic-Con 2019: Marvel Panel News and Opinions

This year’s Marvel Comic-Con panel was packed to the gills with exciting movie and TV news. The slate was laid out from May 2020 to November 2021, including the following titles: Black Widow, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (Disney+ exclusive), The Eternals, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, WandaVision (Disney+ exclusive), Doctor …

Loki and Scarlet Witch Limited Series Coming to Disney Play

Disney’s upcoming streaming service is invoking a little Marvel magic, as Variety reports that Disney Play is going to feature limited series set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The first two of these series are likely to revolve around Loki and Scarlet Witch, with subsequent series featuring similarly supporting characters from the films. Perhaps most …

REVIEW: Kodachrome (2018)

“No matter how good something looks, you can’t beat the real thing.” The new Netflix movie Kodachrome, based a 2010 New York Times article, tells the story of a father and son who travelled across the country to develop their Kodachrome film at Dwayne’s Photography, the last Kodak location left that can process it. The …

REVIEW: Wind River

Wind River is writer/director Taylor Sheridan’s third film of his personal “Frontier Trilogy.” This unofficial trilogy is made up of three films he’s written about modern American frontiers, namely Sicario, Hell or High Water, and, now, Wind River. The concept of this trilogy is similar to Edgar Wright’s “Cornetto Trilogy.” There is no actual connection between the movies …