Chick 2 says:
Tom Hardy throws a kid over a paintball obstacle as the kid screams, “it’s just a game, mister!” in This Means War.
The countdown to the Hunger Games sounds as Katniss decides whether or not to go for the arrows.
Zac Efron stars in The Lucky One.
The Hulk smashes Thor in his handsome Norwegian face after they take down a huge alien together.
David’s disembodied head continues to talk calmly to Dr. Shaw as they escape in Prometheus.
All the 80’s music and hair in Rock of Ages.
Any given “good guys continue to fight against all odds” moments in The Dark Knight Rises.
A young cast moves you and Emma Watson is not at all Hermione in The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
Thinking OMG I have no idea how this will or even should end in Looper.
Beautiful lighting and cinematography in Skyfall.
Crying hysterically to Anne Hathaway’s I Dreamed a Dream.
Chick 1 says:
Some shocking and not so shocking news from the roster of upcoming films.
Spiderman 4 is not happening. Director Sam Raimi has left the project and the franchise and as a result, so has Tobey Maguire et al. Sony and Columbia plan to reboot the series, sending Peter Parker back to high school. There’s a nice article about these developments over at Cinematical.com.
I have to say I’m relieved. I really enjoyed the first two movies and Maguire was a perfect Parker. But it was obvious in Spiderman 3 that the franchise was falling prey to the Hollywood machine. The script was all over the place and performances seemed phoned in.
Now the comment boards are abuzz with fan based ideas on who should be the next Spidey. Among the contenders are Zac Efron(I think he can act but he might be too pretty), Jim Sturgess (he’s got the look), Anton Yelchin (a personal fav but don’t steal him away from Star Trek!), Daniel Radcliffe (hmmm…I don’t know, not sure he wants another franchise or to go back to high school), Robert Pattinson (just stop it now), Jake Gyllenhaal (who almost replaced Maguire before but I think hes’ too old now), Joseph Gordon-Levitt (LUV him…maybe), and Josh Hutcherson (whom you’ve seen in kid roles like Bridge to Terabithia, he might be ripe for a high school role).
Who do you think should be the next Spiderman?