Netflix's Daredevil is part startup business comedy, part law procedural, and part martial arts film. It's also a revelation.
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For fails to live up to its promises of being a fun, macho fantasy, instead delivering a bloated two-hour bore.
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Although Zack Snyder might have moved on to only being a co-producer and co-writer to the Frank Miller inspired sequel 300: Rise of an Empire, the film delivers largely a carbon copy of the same material, slinging spears, swords, splatter, and splinters in slo-motion similarly, only this time it's incredibly boring to sit through.
We chat with Bill Sienkiewicz about his work on Daredevil: End of Days and what it was like to shape Daredevil's world one more time.
The Hollywood Reporter just dropped some pre-production news about the upcoming Wolverine sequel. Christopher McQuarrie is set to script the sequel, which will be set in Japan. If you suffered through the first Wolverine film, and actually stuck around until the end of the credits, you’ll know that Wolverine is briefly shown at a bar in Japan. […]