It’s arrived: 2020 is here and looking at the film releases over the coming 12 months, 2020 is pulling no punches. The year includes long-awaited sequels, superhero films, franchise closers and some cracking historical dramas: it really does have it all.
We’ve whittled the coming releases down to just 10 2020 films that you should put in your diary immediately. Don’t worry, we’ve included the dates as well, and our updated film release calendar will have all the other dates you’ll need for your diary. Shall we begin? These are the movies to look forward to in 2020. Continue reading →
The entire production of Justice League has been enveloped in the tragedy surrounding director Zack Snyder’s sudden departure from the project in March this year.
After losing his daughter, Autumn, to suicide, the DC regular decided to hand over the reins of his passion project to Avengers director Joss Whedon so that he could spend time with his family. Whedon came on board and decided to undertake costly reshoots in order to get the film finished on time.
In that respect, it’s a miracle we’ve even got a Justice League movie in the first place. What’s even more of a miracle is that it turns out to be not rubbish – unfortunately that’s probably the biggest compliment I can give this frequently entertaining but messy outing for our favourite selection of DC Comic superheroes. Continue reading →
By Adam Brannon. * almost. I’m not going to sit here and tell you that Wonder Woman is alright because it’s been directed by a woman, or that it’s the most progressive superhero film of the last decade. No, neither of those things are true.
However, the titular superhero, played superbly by Gal Gadot stars in by far the best film in the ever-expanding DC Universe – though with Suicide Squad and Batman v Superman as stablemates, that really isn’t saying much. Continue reading →