MCU hater James Cameron has another goal
Avatar: The Way of Water managed to prove that even in the golden age of streaming, cinema is still a relevant experience, but James Cameron thinks we shouldn’t stop there.
Meanwhile, James Gunn has once again hinted at the date he’ll finally announce his plans for the future of DCU amid a spate of controversial developments – mostly related to the SnyderVerse – and we really don’t know if we’re disappointed or excited should be.
On the other side of the sci-fi realm, in a galaxy far, far away war of stars Fans are celebrating the much-anticipated return of a popular prequel trilogy character who was also a recurring player in The clone wars Cartoon.
The way of the water is on track to surpass $2 billion at the box office, but instead of celebrating, James Cameron is venturing into streaming again
The way of the water could have been the final nail in the coffin of a dying tradition, but the sequel proved all of its doubters wrong by making a whopping $1.7 billion in one month. Whether or not the James Cameron-led fictional universe can re-enter the top 5 highest-grossing films of all time will be decided only by moviegoers in the coming weeks, but Cameron himself keeps talking about the streaming business model.
addressing avatars huge success on the Golden Globes red carpet last night, here’s what the legendary filmmaker said about digital film platforms: “We say as a society, ‘We need this! We have to go to the theatre.’ Enough with the streaming already! I’m tired of sitting on my ass.”
James Gunn tells you when to expect the DCU announcements by not telling you when to expect the DCU announcements
After dismantling the SnyderVerse and burying any hope of its last-minute revival, James Gunn prepares to embark on a journey that could end up challenging Marvel’s Kevin Feige himself. But the Guardians of the Galaxy The director isn’t ready to reveal his master plan to save the DCU just yet. When a fan recently asked if it was possible to reveal the information about her birthday, January 14, as a gift, he responded by saying, “Late birthday present for sure.” Well, that could mean any date, but at least we know we can’t wait until at least next week.
Star Wars: The Bad Batch brings a beloved character from the Clone Wars era back to life and everyone goes insane
The bad batch is no beatings in terms of giving war of stars fans what they want. The most recent example of this is the return of a fan-favorite character who hasn’t appeared on screen in a very, very long time. That person is none other than CC-2224, aka Commander Cody, whose final canon act was to blast Obi-Wan Kenobi out of the air and into the Force-knows-where during the events of Episode III. That’s not the Cody you remember The clone warsbut if you haven’t watched the latest episode yet, we won’t spoil it for you here.
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