News that a follow-up movie to the record-breaking JOKER was announced Wednesday although Todd Phillips' is disputing any deal has been made to to return as the director/writer and Joaquin Phoenix to reprise his role. Whatever the outcome, the news got us thinking about the story for a sequel. It's no longer an origins story so what direction could Phillips and co-writer Scott Silver take it. We've provided two possibilities, and we'd like to know what your preferences would be so chime in on our poll below.
Software developers produce hundreds of slots for online casinos every year and the modern variety with five reels and 243 winning combinations is the most popular. Some of these games have generic themes and a few evoke fruity memories of slots popular in brick-and-mortar casinos. In recent years, games inspired by Hollywood blockbusters and series have gained tremendous popularity. "Game of Thrones" is a shining example of a new slot for online casinos that has won the hearts and minds of players.
Halloween is edging ever closer and we are all looking to find our Halloween spirit by finding the biggest pumpkin, the scariest costumes and all the party decorations that comes with it. While there are some who will be quite satisfied to curl up with a hot chocolate and maybe enjoy playing the Which Witch game at mFortune; the majority of us will be meeting up with friends having a few drinks, watching a movie before heading out trick or treating and/or going to a party.
What is it about movies that makes them so popular? Many of us absolutely adore film and want to see everything that comes out, no matter what genre or who is starring in it. It’s not always about the storyline; there is something else that makes movies magical. Here are some of the reasons why movies are so well-loved.
It's no secret Warner Bros. is struggling with their movie adaptations of the DC Comic properties except for the stand out hit WONDER WOMAN. So what are they doing wrong? The answer is simple. Overexposure!
BLACK PANTHER opened to record-breaking numbers domestically and worldwide. The reviews were overwhelming positive including from many celebrities and filmmakers who voiced their excitement over the ground breaking superhero film. We've compiled a list of the celebrity tweets below.
Las Vegas is one of the most well-known places on the planet. Most people you’d ask who hadn’t already visited would probably tell you that they’d like to because Sin City literally has it all. This is one of the main reasons that we have seen huge box office hit movies filmed there, as well as memorable TV shows. That, and the fact Las Vegas is all glitz and glamour. People associate it with infinite riches but with wealth comes crime at times and this has helped with the plots of many shows and movies to hit out screens. In fact, some of these TV series themes have gone even further to become successful board, video and online slots games, together with a host of various types of memorabilia.
It will come as no surprise to see all sorts of weird and wonderful items to enjoy all based on TV shows, which can be found on Amazon, eBay and online casinos, like Unibet.
Cirque du Soleil adds Mexican flavor to their new show, LUZIA. LUZIA takes you to an imaginary Mexico, like in a waking dream, where light (“luz” in Spanish) quenches the spirit and rain (“lluvia”) soothes the soul. Watch a preview of their upcoming show in Southern California.
2017 has seen one more film added to the list of perplexing creations. Based on the cultural phenomenon formed by a humble social app, The Emoji Movie had great potential, if handled with original vision and wit. The plot is set in the city of Textopolis, where Gene, a multi-expressional emoji, heads out to become as normal as other emojis and their single expressions. Unfortunately, the enthusiasm that went into its development, such as casting award-winners James Corden (Into the Woods, 2014) and Ilana Glazer (Broad City, 2014-2018), as well as T.J. Miller (Silicon Valley, 2014-2017) and Anna Faris (I Give It a Year, 2013), was not enough to impress its more demanding audiences. Critics on Rotten Tomatoes pointed out, among other things, a weakness in taste, plot and purpose, apart from it being little more than a promotional tool. Even though the $179,535,817 global box office likely soothed Sony Pictures Animation’s wounded pride, the fact remains that this flop may have damaged any dreams of future productions of this kind.
Universal Studios Hollywood’s new slasher film maze debutis at this Year’s “Halloween Horror Nights,” beginning Friday, September 15. Infamous serial killer doll, Chucky, joins trio of slasher icons in all-new “Titans of Terror Tram hosted by Chucky” on Universal’s Famed Backlot. Watch a sneak peak of the new attractions.
It’s often an unwritten rule that the originals are always better than the remakes. This seems to apply not just with music but with movies too. We’ve seen it many times where an old film gets remade to bring it into the modern era, only for it to fall flat on its face. Some people often question the reasoning behind trying to reinvent a classic, as why should anyone try and fix something that isn’t broken?