Zack Snyder's Justice League Coming to HBO Max in 2021

It’s been nearly three years since Justice League had its theatrical debut and while some were appreciative of the fact that Warner Bros. tried to have the DCEU head in another direction, there were also those who hoped that they would see the true vision of Zack Snyder move forward. Now, audiences will finally have the chance to see the elusive “Snyder Cut” of Justice League, bringing the director’s true vision to the screen for the first time via HBO Max.

'The Lovebirds' is a Hilarious Murder Mystery With Crucial Commentary on Coupledom - Review

Originally slated to premiere at SXSW and have a theatrical release, The Lovebirds was one of many films that had to change its release tactics doe to the closure of theatres around the world amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. In order to find another way to reach its intended audience, The Lovebirds found a new place to nest through Netflix. Jibran (Kumail Nanjiani) and Leilani (Issa Rae) are a couple that finds themselves at a crossroads in their relationship.

Cliques and Powerful Politics Abound in 'Selah And The Spades' - Review

Academics, high school hierarchies and politics collide in Selah And The Spades. With her directorial debut, writer/director Tayarisha Poe gives the audience a film that will leave you thinking and likely talking about it long after. While there’s a mixture of other high school dramas, Selah And The Spades is wholly new territory and puts a spin on the powerful clique dynamic we haven’t seen before.

Must Reads: DC Ink Graphic Novels

Most of you are likely aware of DC and the plethora of comic books they have for readers to enjoy. However, if you’re looking for original one-shots, you may want to check out their imprint: DC Ink. Specializing in graphic novels that are geared toward young adults, DC Ink released their first book Mera: Tidebreaker in February 2019. Since then, DC Ink has released even more graphic novels which keep getting better and better.

Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy Are a Force to be Reckoned in ‘Harley Quinn’ Series

If you haven’t checked out DC Universe’s adult animated Harley Quinn series, you’re definitely missing out. With season one finished and season two now upon us, the new series has proven itself to be another hit for the streaming service, with mainly positive reviews from critics and viewers alike. With the basis of season one focused on Harley’s break-up with Joker, it’s even more so about Harley finding herself after escaping an abusive relationship.

Disneynature’s ‘Dolphin Reef’ is an Insightful Journey Into Ocean Wildlife – Review

The latest Disneynature documentary takes viewers into the depths of the sea. With colourful coral reefs and lively oceanic creatures, Dolphin Reef follows the adventures of a young bottlenose dolphin named Echo and his pod. Following the adventures of the dolphin and his family, viewers learn about their habits and also the ways of other creatures that the dolphins often encounter. Throughout the film, we watch Echo as he learns various lessons along the reef. Narrated by Academy Award winner

‘Elephant’ is a Worthy Addition to the Disneynature Collection – Review

Following a herd of elephants as they’re about to make the treacherous journey across the Kalahari Desert in search of water during the dry season, Elephant is one of two new Disneynature releases to be added to the Disney+ streaming service (the other being Dolphin Reef). Shani, her calf, Jomo, and the herd’s matriarch, Gaia are the focus of the nature documentary that spans hundreds of miles.

Sweeney Boo Gives Readers A Graphic Novel Unlike Any Other With ‘Eat, And Love Yourself’ – Review

Graphic novels can give readers a view into many things, but I never expected to read Eat, And Love Yourself and feel so seen. Within the pages of the latest book from BOOM! Box, the readers meet a young woman named Mindy. Fighting through her day-to-day life, doing her best to have a good work/life balance, while also dealing with an eating order that not many know about.

‘All Your Twisted Secrets’ is a YA Thriller That Will Have You on the Edge of Your Seat – Book Review

What do you get when you have a group of students trapped inside a room with a bomb that’s about to go off and a syringe full of poison? Well, that is exactly the story that unfolds in Diana Urban’s All Your Twisted Secrets. With a crew of misfits, that don’t really fit together (think The Breakfast Club) comprised of the class valedictorian, the queen bee, the stoner, the musical geek, the star athlete and the loner, the stakes are high as the high schoolers have to fight to stay alive...

‘Onward’ is a Heartfelt Film for the Entire Family – Review

The latest Disney/Pixar collaboration is upon us with the mystical movie, Onward. Set in a land filled with various mythical creatures like elves, centaurs, unicorns, the manticore (Octavia Spencer) and much more, the notion of magic has long faded. With magic being difficult to wield for many of the land’s inhabitants, modern conveniences have taken over. With magic a thing of the past, the residents of New Mushroomton is seemingly like every other town (minus the mythical residents).

Interview: Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Rosie Perez and Jurnee Smollett-Bell Talk Strong Female Characters, The 'Birds of Prey' Soundtrack & More

Last week, I had the pleasure of attending the world premiere and press junket for Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn). During the junket, I was able to sit down with cast members Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Helena Bertinelli a.k.a. Huntress), Rosie Perez (Renee Montoya) and Jurnee Smollett-Bell (Dinah Lance a.k.a. Black Canary).

Interview: Cathy Yan Talks 'Birds of Prey', Filming Her Favorite Scene & Building a Sisterhood on Set

Last week, I had the pleasure of attending the world premiere and press junket for Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn). During the junket, I was able to sit down with director Cathy Yan where she talked about what drew her to Birds of Prey, what her experience has been like being a woman of colour and director in Hollywood, and what her favourite scene to shoot was.

Interview: Margot Robbie, Ella Jay Basco and Chris Messina Talk 'Birds of Prey', On-Set Dynamic Being Like A Warm Sweater & More

Last week, I had the pleasure of attending the world premiere and press junket for Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn). During the junket, I was able to sit down with cast members Margot Robbie (Harley Quinn), Ella Jay Basco (Cassandra Cain) and Chris Messina (Victor Zsasz). The trio spoke about their on-set dynamic, Robbie’s role as both a producer and actor, and the mentor/mentee relationship between Harley and Cassandra.

Complex Characters and Great Action Take 'Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)' to Another Level – Review

Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) is back and better than ever, with some new friends joining her in what was a wild ride from start to finish. We are familiar with Gotham and the place which the Clown Prince of Crime holds within it. This is something that made Quinn untouchable. But now that she and the Joker broke up, she’s in for what is likely to be a world of pain.

‘Underwater’ Is A Film That Falls Victim to Old, Familiar Tropes

One of 2020’s first major feature film releases is Underwater. The film is focused on an underwater drill site, where a sudden disaster cripples the main building, forcing the survivors to band together and try to find another way to escape the depths of the Pacific Ocean, and whatever caused the building’s collapse. However, what the team first believes to be an earthquake is something entirely more sinister. *Please be aware that there are minor spoilers below for Underwater* Norah Price (Kr
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