It’s finally here, geeks. We finally have this trailer in our pretty internet fingers. What do you think? I was a tad underwhelmed, myself.
Every day the interwebs have new and awesome things to be found in its depths. These are the awesome things we saw today:
Sorry for the delay guys, but better late than never right? On the plus side, this recap comes just in time for our Once-less Sunday night. So sit back, relax and relive last weeks’ epic 2-hour episode!
I first have to say the I love Arrow, I mean I L-O-V-E LOVE it. It is one of the few shows I make it a point of watching the night it airs, and while some characters, most even are pretty fleshed out, complex even one has always bothered me. Laurel Lance. I will come out and say it I HATE Dinah Laurel Lance. No hate or disrespect to Kate Cassidy, let us not forget folks, actors are different from the characters they play.
Besides, it’s not entirely her fault I have such a dislike for the character. The Powers That Be over at Arrow have royally mistreated her. Let’s break it down by season shall we?
BE WARNED: THERE BE SPOILERS AHEAD
So several weeks back we told you guys our fave female superheroes, so we figured it’s only fair to give the guys some time to. Click below to find out our picks.
Full disclosure, I am really excited for this movie. I have been ever since I heard it was happening. It’s reminiscent of the ’90’s pop culture phenomenon that was the bubblegum teen rom-com, think She’s All That, or 10 Things I Hate About You, but still feels modern, kind of like Easy A did. Add to that the fact that they cast Robbie Amell as one of the leads, and those of you who have listened to the show, now how we feel about the Amells, and I’ve been positively giddy with anticipation.
The Duff, which in addition to Amell, stars Bella Thorne, Mae Whitman, and Allison Janney finally has a trailer. Click below to check it out:
I’m a sucker for fairytales. I LOVE to see/read different interpretations of them. Go through my book collection and you are bound to find tons of fairytales retold. My theory is that there are around 5 original stories in the universe and everything else is more or less a retelling. Hell, even Shakespeare ripped from the Greeks.
Disney is once again retelling a classic tale, they do that quite a bit you know, but this time they are doing it live action style. Directed Kenneth Branagh Disney’s new live-action Cinderella, stars Lily James, Cate Blanchett, Helena Bonham Carter, and Richard Madden.
Click below to check out the trailer.
If you’re paying attention to London Theatre (as we diehard theatre peeps do), then you may have heard that the London Evening Standard Theatre Awards will be on November 30th. They will be broadcast live at standard.co.uk/showbiz. If you have kept your ears open, then you also know that some of London Theatre’s big names have been shortlisted for said awards.