Posts by Kevin Scott

Live Action Anticipation: My Top 5 Most Anticipated Disney Live Action Movies

For the past few years, Disney has been on a kick of re-making animated classic movies into live action adaptations. From Cinderella to the Jungle Book, to Beauty and the Beast to most recently release, Christopher Robin. And Disney has revealed plans for many more live action films that are either in production or in the works. I know there are people out there who think Disney should stick to original content and not touch the classics, and I can 100% see their point; however, with the success of films like Beauty and the Beast and Christopher Robin, I’m slowly
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The New and Improved DCU Might Be Just What DC Needs

For as long as I can remember, superhero movies have come down to two brands: Marvel and DC. And since 2008, Marvel has dominated the conversation, even with Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight series. Once could say that DC hasn’t been helping themselves by trying to copy the MCU formula, and failing miserably. The Hollywood  Reporter just released an article talking about how DC seems to be going in a more standalone direction rather than trying to connect each film like Marvel does. However, there are people out there who believe that DC is going to try a new formula, and
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Talking Thrones: Season 1, Episode 1

  Winter is Coming. It’s a phrase, it’s the words of House Stark, it’s a fact, but most importantly, it’s the title of the pilot episode of what would become, arguably, the best show to ever grace our television sets, Game of Thrones. And it’s the launching point of this great journey you, Tia, and myself will be going on together. But mainly, it’s the first episode of Game of Thrones. The episode itself is fantastic. It gives you a hint of what is to come: romance, hatred, character arcs, violence, and insane levels of tension for us viewers. What
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Talking Thrones: Part 1

Kevin ScottA few of my favorite things include my pet dragon (Drogon), Game of Thrones, Disney movies and theme parks, the MCU, DC movies, Star Wars, sports, and my rather large Funko Pop collection. Daenerys Targaryen is my queen, Robert Downey Jr is my man crush, and Simba is my spirit animal.
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J.J. Abrams Shares New Image as ‘Star Wars: Episode IX’ Production Begins

It’s almost time to bid adieu to another Star Wars trilogy. Director J.J. Abrams posted an emotional tweet confirming that Star Wars: Episode IX has officially begun production! Bittersweet starting this next chapter without Carrie, but thanks to an extraordinary cast and crew, we are ready to go. Grateful for @rianjohnson and special thanks to George Lucas for creating this incredible world and beginning a story of which we are lucky to be a part. #IX pic.twitter.com/FOfnGwVut5 — JJ Abrams (@jjabrams) August 1, 2018 Earlier this week, Lucasfilm released the cast for Episode IX that will wrap up the story of Kylo
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‘Dr. Strange’ Sequel To Begin Production in September?

Earlier today, Dr. Strange director, Scott Derrickson announced that he will be leaving Twitter. But he sure as heck isn’t leaving Instagram, as he posted this cryptic message just hours after his announcement. “Not my will, but thine be done…” See you in September. A post shared by Scott Derrickson (@scottderrickson) on Jul 30, 2018 at 10:52pm PDT What could this mean? I believe it means, the now confirmed, Dr Strange sequel will begin filming in September! If we’re keeping track here, at that point it would seem to be that Guardians 3, Black Widow, Far From Home, and Dr
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Different Ending for Xandar Was Originally Planned in ‘Avengers: Infinity War’

Avengers: Infinity War released digitally earlier today, and with it over four additional hours of extras. One of those extras is an exclusive director commentary in which the Russo brothers explain why they did what they did in the movie. One of the big points of dispute between fans was the handling of Thanos acquiring the Power Stone and why Xandar wasn’t shown in the film. Well, originally, that wasn’t the plan. According to writer Christopher Markus the team “wrote a version of Thanos attacking Xandar and it had a similar purpose in the script to what Knowhere does now. It
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