The Batman Resumes Filming?

The Batman Resumes Filming?

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With world wide closures of everything, due to COVID-19 television and movie sets shut down, halting projects in process like Matt Reeves, The Batman, staring Robert Pattinson. My dream come true! This picture of Rob in isolation honestly speaks to my spirit.   image via GQ   It was announced that the shutdown of UK production sets have been lifted. While the U.S.’ are still closed, there is no telling when they can resume filming state side but other countries are moving forward slowly. image via Geekologie This isn’t happing immediately however, many new heath procedures and safety precautions have to …

November Netflix: 3 Books to Screen Adaptations Coming Out!

November Netflix: 3 Books to Screen Adaptations Coming Out!

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Its a new month so that means new movies and TV shows to stream on Netflix! Can you name them all?     1-The King Image via IMDB   Based on Henry V by William Shakespeare, this adaptations come November 1st! Timothee Chalamet will be portraying Henry V, and Robert Pattinson will be in it as well, playing the Dauphin.   2-Let it Snow Image via Wikipedia   Based on the John Green Novel of the same name, this adaptations arrives November 8th! The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina star, Kieran Shipka, will be in it. As well as Marvel star, …

Revisiting ‘New Moon’ Thirteen Years Later (It’s Still Bad)

Revisiting ‘New Moon’ Thirteen Years Later (It’s Still Bad)

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This past weekend, I turned 21-years-old. To celebrate I forced several my closest friends to crowd into my apartment, watch me play Fire Emblem: Three Houses (Golden Deer gang squad up), and sit through the movies that I have spent the past year carefully selecting just for this occasion.  The favorite of the night? Twilight: New Moon.  And what turns thirteen-years-old on September 6th? Twilight: New Moon.   Image via Apple TV App   Time to party, folks.      Now, the movie adaptation of New Moon didn’t come out until November of 2009, but I’m not going to reread …