Wolverine 3 Getting R Rating



Looks like Wolverine 3 has started filming and will be Rated R, confirmed by Simon Kinberg

Reported by IGN that this news was given during a press event for the upcoming X-men movie.

Simon said that is “a very radical, bold, different Wolverine than you’ve seen in any of the movies”

He also said that his about the movie being Rated R, “It’s violent, it’s kind of like a western in its tone. Its just a very cool, different film. He has also confirmed that Patrick Stewart will replay his role as Professor X.

Wolverine 3 will be hitting the theater March 3, 2017.

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No More Arrow, Only Green Arrow !?

If you have been watching the show Arrow, then you already know it ended on a very happy note this season. With that happy ending people questioned wither or not the show was coming back next season. Actor eve recently said: Arrow is done. No more Arrow suit. I've worn it for the last time". Of course this freaked a lot of people out ,and rightfully so. The series was renewed for next season, so we found a little piece of spoiler that shows Green Arrow will be the name of hero, and will be a lighter tone then what Arrow fans are use to. Hopefully it will follow the comic more and feature Green Arrow storylines and enemies. Check out the picture below:

This is the future news paper that Dr. Wells aka Eobard Thawne hide in his secret room at Star Labs. it reads: 

"After an extreme street battle with the Reverse-Flash, our city's very own Scarlet Speedster disappeared in an explosion of light. Thw cause of the fight is currently unknown. According to witnesses, The Flash with help from Starling City's Green Arrow, The Atom, and Hawkgirl, begin fighting the".

So, what do you think? Are we going to see a new light hearted Green Arrow show? Will Stephen Amell be the Green Arrow? Tell us what you think.

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Daredevil Netflix Trailer

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A new trailer for the upcoming Marvel/Netflix TV show. In trailer looks to be a lot darker than any Marvel movie we’ve seen, and shows Matt Murdock’s Daredevil not sporting the classic red suit. Writers of the show have already said that Matt will development slowly, and that he won’t use the red suit right away. Looking more like a dark version of Iron Fist, with a black bandana covering his eyes (also a Marvel/Netflix show coming soon). We get a quick look at Kingpin, and even get to see some of Daredevil’s echolocation sight. Overall, the trailer looks very good the show seems like it will have depth. Daredevil premieres on Netflix April 10.



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Lucy Review - Mind Over Matter



I've seen a lot of grief thrown at "Lucy" because of the "10% of your brain" concept being untrue. Many are dismissing the movie outright, declaring it unworthy of anyone's time because it DARES to structure a narrative around a fictional concept. I mean that's just unheard of, right? Having seen it, I can honestly say that Lucy delivers more visceral satisfaction in its brisk 89 minutes than most of the bloated explosion fests that get released these days.

Focusing on an American student studying abroad, Lucy (Scarlett Johannson) finds herself in deep trouble when she is kidnapped by members of an organized crime ring and forced to transpot an expertimental drug across borders in her stomach. When the drug is accidentally introduced into Lucy's system, it supercharges her brain cells and allows her to take her mind and body places no one else has gone before.

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Lucy wastes little time in dragging out its very simple concept. From the opening scene, we're thrown along with Lucy from one high stakes situation to another; from a terrifying kidnapping to catharsis-granting revenge to thrilling showdowns and more. Luc Benson flexes his creative muscles, providing Lucy with plenty of opportunities to use her abilties in ways that provide intense thrills and moments of well crafted pathos.

Even still, let's not ignore that this is a silly movie, one with many problems in several departments. The opening is an eye-rolling mess of obvious symbolism, and the brilliant Morgan Freeman exists solely to be used as an "exposition" machine. All the same, it's a movie that revels in its absurdity to deliver one of the most enjoyably bizarre popcorn-movie experiences in ages. And the fact that it features Scarlett Johansson as "Dr. Manhattan meets The Bride" doesn't hurt either. Between this, "Under The Skin" and "Captain America", 2014 is undoubtedly Johannson's year.


If you boycott Lucy solely on its premise, you're clearly using LESS than 10% of your brain, because you're choosing to miss one of the better films of this summer. (4/5).

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X-Men Days Of Future Past Review: Time Travel Solves Everything



Movie reboots are as commonplace in the film landscape these days as buttered popcorn. People are generally used to studios taking franchises back to square one, whether it’s for better (Batman, James Bond) or for worse (Alice In Wonderland, Friday The 13th). But as far as I know, no studio has ever pulled the ballsy move that 20th Century Fox has with “X-Men: Days of Future Past”: a mid-series “reset” that acknowledges 14 years of cinematic storytelling, gives said history a last hurrah, and then reshuffles the deck to see what new possibilities await. It’s daring, and considering that “Days” pulls it off is an achievement worthy of the highest commendation on its own, but fortunately, the movie also manages to be a hell of a good time as well.

I’m gonna be completely upfront: there’s no way to discuss this movie in any context without spoiling huge chunks of it. I hold serial killers in higher regard than people who spoil movies, so I’m officially going to say the movie rocks and is worth your time. From here on out, I’m throwing up the SPOILER WARNING.

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