Suicide Squad Film Book

More and more news comes out about this film and I get more excited just reading about it.

Now there is news that Warner Bros. will be releasing an official film book of the film, Suicide Squad on August 9th, four days after the release of the film. The book will cover everything from the beginning process to the final print.

Sounds awesome right? Here’s the cover below:



Scoring for Suicide Squad

With DC’s latest film Suicide Squad, directed by David Ayer is only a few months away and I just read that it was the most tweeted movie between March 1 and May 26.

With that being said, David Ayer took to Twitter today to share a photo of the scoring session of the film, as you can see a frame of Harley Quinn in the background on a large screen.

I heard that this movie was going to have an awesome soundtrack so I can’t wait to hear what the scoring sounds like. You can see the photo below:


Thoughts on Season 2 Finale of The Flash

Last night’s episode titled The Race of his Life on The CW’s The Flash was a good one. Oh was it a good one!

First off, there was the final showdown between The Flash and Zoom as there were a couple battles earlier in the season but if anyone saw last week’s episode, then they know why The Flash and Zoom are going one more round.

Secondly, it’s the ending that got me really hyped! I don’t want to spoil anything but Barry looks for peace after the emotional roller coaster he just went through and his way of getting peace back will mess a lot of things up for season 3. So it has me worried but excited. In a couple of weeks after today I might give some more detail on what happened but for right now, I’ll live some time for people to watch it before I say anything I shouldn’t.

But do watch the season finale of The Flash, you will not be disappointed.

Batman in Suicide Squad

As reactions for the upcoming DC Films Suicide Squad  hit the web, more reactions appear and this one involves The Dark Knight.

According to Batman News, here’s what they had to say:

“Batman News can confirm that Batman does not cross the path of the entire team in Suicide Squad. He has a scene with Will Smith’s Deadshot, and without getting too specific, it’s sure to be an emotional one!

Next is the car scene that we saw in the trailers with Batman, The Joker, and Harley Quinn. Unfortunately there isn’t much interaction between Batman and the Joker here. It’s mostly between Batman and Harley. A report came out last summer that said the Joker’s car plunges into the water, and as we saw in the latest trailer, it does and Batman gets Harley out safely.

Lastly, there’s one more scene involving Batman and Deadshot in the form of a flashback.”

Pretty interesting huh? I was surprised because I would have thought there would be more interactions with the whole Squad, especially the Joker. But it looks like Batman’s main interactions are with Deadshot and a little bit of Harley…as of right now. We’ll see when more reactions and news comes out and of course, when the movie comes out.

The Nice Guys (2016) Review

I knew this movie was going to be funny and I knew it was going to be good, but I was really surprised when I saw it today.

Today was the perfect day to see the movie. Warm weather, sun blazing and it was the freaking weekend. The Nice Guys starring a great on-screen brothership of Russel Crowe and Ryan Gosling, takes place in 1977 in the gorgeous Los Angeles city. These two men of the law (sort of) happen to cross paths when searching for the girl that goes way beyond what these two thought.

The movie starts off on a high note anyways when this boy sneaks into his parents bedroom while their sleeping, to steal a porno magazine to check out the famous porn actress Misty Mountain. But Misty soon appears, in the hottest, bloodiest and funniest way. Her blue car smashes through the house, tearing everything into shreds then landing upside down on the backyard. When Misty is found outside of the car, she lays in the same position that she posed in the magazine the boy was looking at.

This leads to the introduction of both Crowe’s character Jackson Healy and Gosling’s character Holland March. Healy is an enforcer who beats up people for money and loves doing because he hates to see good people treated poorly by some bad people. March is the opposite. He is a single father who’s wife died in a house burning and ever since that day, he has been a drunk and does not do his job well, despite the good money he gets paid to investigate crimes as a private detective. But these two soon meet up when the girl, Amelia has gone missing when some people around her, working on a porn movie have suddenly “disappeared”.

Though their investigation, you can really see the buddy-buddy relationship of Healy and March which I believe was written very well and played very well. The scenery of Los Angeles was breathtaking, which gave me all the reason in the world to want to move out there even more. Lots of action, I mean it was insane everything that was going on. Plus, the comedy was top-notch, especially coming from  March. From the beginning, Gosling did a really well job playing this man who is a drunk and afraid of blood and death. Just had me rolling from beginning to end. Plus the other characters in the film were just as funny. Like there is one scene where a little kid on his bike, maybe about thirteen or fourteen, so I guess not a kid, was stopped to answer some question by March and Healy and his whole demeanor was too funny. Especially when he said he wanted $20 to show his “big dick”. Like what?

Overall, this movie gets 5 stars! It was written great, the directing was great, the work that went into every detail of this film was great. It is definitely worth seeing so go see it, ASAP!

Brand New Star Trek Trailer

Last night i was searching the Internet high and low after i heard people saw a screening of DC’s Suicide Sqaud. And during my searching, i ran into something else.

The upcoming movie, Star Trek: Beyond, released it’s second trailer with tons of more action and boy, it looks good. The trailer explains more of what’s going on in the story and how Captain Kirk and the Starfleet crew will survive. This is a must see when it hits theaters in July.

21 Years: Quentin Tarantino

Today just became a very happy Friday when I read this:

Wood Entertainment and director Tara Wood, will be working a documentary of my favorite director/filmmaker, Quentin Tarantino. Tarantino is the reason why I want to be a great filmmaker like him and with this doc, it will give me an even better look into his body of work.

It states that 21 Years: Quentin Tarantino “stems from the idea that an artist’s career can be characterized by its first 21 years and will take a behind-the-scenes look at Tarantino’s revolutionary body of work.” Tarantino had worked for The Weinstein Co. for nearly 25 years!

Since the works have been finalized, there is no release date yet but I can’t wait to watch this!


First Four Minutes of Preacher

When I first heard about this show, I was super excited for it. It seemed like something completely new to TV and I feel like it will last for some time on AMC…hopefully.

In this four minute video, Preacher gives you some a crazy look into what the show is about and how insane it will go. When the video begins, it starts off outer space as we watch some white ball or mist, fly through planets before it crash lands at a church in Africa. In this church, an African preacher is doing a service as the people are very into what the preacher is saying. But before the preacher can finish his service, that same white ball, mist or wind, blows through the doors of the church and hits the preacher hard. The preacher lies on the floor for some time and then finally wakes up. The people watching see it as a miracle, but that’s before the stuff goes off the rails. The preacher, no possessed by some supernatural thing, gives a speech in his native tongue before exploding, getting blood all over everyone inside. Once that happens, all the people run out of the church, screaming. Then that same supernatural thing leaves, knocking the cross above, upside down. It seems like it is attacking preachers.

It then cuts to a quick cut of Jessie’s dad, on his knees in front of his son as it seems that he is about to die. It then cuts to Jessie, the main character who is a preacher as well, rising out of bed, starting off a normal day for him.

Though not much is provided in these four minutes about the show more or the characters, it gives a good insight into the visual effects that will be used.

I’m really looking forward to it, as you should all be.

Preacher airs this Sunday, May 22 at 10/9c on AMC.

Upcoming DC Film with Harley Quinn as the Badass

As DC Films races towards becoming just as big as Marvel, they just added another movie to the roster, thanks to Warner Bros.

The word is that Warner Bros is developing a project with some female DC heroes & villains together, making Harley maybe the main villain. The other characters would be Batgirl & Birds of Prey.

Sounds super exciting!

Ant-Man (2015) Review

When I first saw the previews for this movie last year, it look stupid to me. But don’t get me wrong, Paul Rudd is awesome but i just was not interested in seeing Marvel’s Ant-Man. But then i recently saw Captain America: Civil War and there was a scene where Sam Wilson aka Falcon mentioned that he knew a guy that could help & I knew it was Ant-Man but i didn’t know how excatly they met. Until I watched Ant-Man.

Ant-Man tells the story of Scott Lang, a criminal whos known for breaking in & stealing things. He has an ex-wife & a daughter but his daughter has a stepfather that’s a cop & hates Scott. So really, Scott is trying to do good but he has not been given any chances to prove it. Until his friend Luis (who is extremely funny) mentions to Scott about stealing a safe, which happens to belong to the original Ant-Man, Mr. Prim. From there, Mr. Prim highlights that Scott was chosen for this job of stealing the the Yellow Jacket suit from Darren Cross.

What an action packed, hilarious movie this was too. Way better than I expected & I loved it. I was really taken back by everything that was put into the movie & it was really cool to see the transformation of Ant-Man & how a movie was able to do something like that. Seems like took a lot of work to do.

But i’m really glad i watched this movie. It was awesome to see & especially how he fits in the Marvel universe & fighting along side the Avengers, well I think because i know he did for Civil War.

I give Ant-Man 10/10.