Early this year, we discovered that HYDRA HQ has a deep adoration of the Ghostbusters franchise and eventually accepted not being afraid of Feig's new reboot. Then, more rumors have swirled. Talks surfaced about another Ghostbusters film with Channing Tatum and Chris Pratt attached with a "mixed gender" team. Not forgetting that Dan Aykroyd kept hope alive for a 3rd film in the original franchise. It has all come to a head with this newest rumor that in no way is true. Sony is looking to team-up with Netflix!
Stephen Amell was on last night's episode of WWE RAW, and he picked a fight. WWE Executive Vice President, Triple H, was forced to settle this matter the only way the WWE knows how...with steroids...wait, no not that. Not this time. Instead, they'll just used plain ol' violence and aggression. That's right folks! The Green Arrow will be in a tag-team match in two weeks during WWE Summerslam!
I've had Ghostbusters on the brain since the first time I watched Egon, Ray, Winston, and Venkman. I was a child of the 80s, so obviously I loved my Saturday mornings with The Real Ghostbusters.
With all the casting rumors about the upcoming crossover character for the MCU and Sony, we've decided to break the news that we've made up our own casting decision.
Finally, Spider-Man is coming to the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe). In a blockbuster announcement, Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios have cut a deal. Basically, Spider-Man gets to be in Marvel/Disney team-up films, and Sony gets the creative control over Spidey's solo outings
In the latest internet rumors, we're hearing that Ryan Gosling is being considered for Doctor Stephen Strange. I'm here to tell you that is wrong.
Just mere moments after hearing that Edgar Wright will no longer helm the Ant-Man film for Marvel Studios, the editors here at HYDRA HQ started making up their own rumblings of a replacement. They did the obvious and looked at the casting of Paul Rudd and thought..."what director does Mr. Rudd tend to work for?" The answer was Judd Apatow. Now, Judd Apatow has never helmed a big budget blockbuster like this before, but that has yet to stop Marvel. They've had interesting directors before. For instance, fading action director Shane Black's career was resurrected after the polarizing Iron Man 3, and the TV directing duo the Russo Brothers were given the reigns to the sequel to their sequel. This out-of-the-box thinking is what makes us here at HYDRA HQ absolutely sure that Judd Apatow will be announced as the director without doing any sort of research or calling a studio or even looking on-line to see if Apatow is available to get this film out by the already established release date. Sure, one might think Marvel will be using writer Joe Cornish to take over directing duties, but we know the truth. Judd Apatow is rumored to be the top candidate in the directing pool for Marvel's Ant-Man in 2015.
from desk of the Professor of Procrastination:
In 2012, the first movie of the year I attended in the theater was the Katherine Heigl classic One for the Money…I say attended because I refuse to say I ever watched that piece of crap. After being eye-raped by that, every movie seemed better that year. 21 Jump Street, The Avengers, TASM, Prometheus, Ted, The Dark Knight Rises, Rise of the Guardians…and even movies like American Reunion and Dark Shadows were elevated. It was a good year for films that I watched in the theater.
In 2013, the first movie I watched was Gangster Squad. The rest of the year was as mediocre as that…G.I. Joe: Retaliation, Iron Man 3, Thor 2, the Incredible Burt Wonderstone, The Croods, Monsters U, Star Trek into Darkness, This is the End, Man of Steel, Pacific Rim, Anchorman 2…nothing seemed outstanding, but nothing seemed horrible either. It was a year of middle-ground films in my opinion.
This year, I started out with the re-release of the IMAX 3D spectacular, Gravity. It was awesome, and I discovered a new IMAX theater not too far away that has a "21 & older" VIP section that allows drinking while being entertained. And since then, I watched the Lego movie and the Muppets with my kids…not at that theater. I enjoyed both of those family films. Then, I went to Captain America 2, TASM2 in IMAX 3D, and Godzilla were all great for different reasons. I’ve been having a fantastic time at the theater so far this year.
My tip to make a year in movies be truly MEMORABLE (bringing it back to Memorial Day) is to have the first movie you watch in theaters to be either be the worst movie of the year OR a mind-blowing cinematic experience. The rest of the year will only be better because you know you are seeing something better, or you know that you've already seen one of the best things ever put on film, so quit nitpicking and just be entertained by everything else. But, most importantly…find a theater that serves beer. Because beer makes everything you watch seem better…unless Katherine Heigl stars in it.
HAVE A GREAT MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND!
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GREEN - A MUST SEE
YELLOW - DVD/NETFLIX WORTHY
RED - AVOID AT ALL COSTS. HABANERO JUICE IS RECOMENDED TO BE RUBBED IN YOUR EYES
The latest rumor floating across the Hydra HQ desk is in regard's to FOX's unannounced Deadpool film. Originally, we thought Ryan Reynolds would be given another chance at the Wade Wilson role, but it turns out that after NBC cancelled Community last week that I started thinking perhaps Joel McHale could pull off this role. At one point, I was thinking maybe Justified's Timothy Olyphant would be another good candidate, so let's just assume that FOX is looking into both actors for a film that they have not officially announced.
is a self-proclaimed, semi-professional procrastinator that doubles as an pop-culture guru. Is he completely renarded? Perhaps. Is renarded a word that he invented on urban dictionary? It is.