With the recent announcement that Edgar Wright is no longer directing the upcoming Antman film, Highflyer takes a look back at the controversies Marvel Studios have faced in its journey to success and who he believes were in the wrong.
During an interview on the 'Graham Norton Show', X-Men stars Hugh Jackman, James Mcavoy and Michael Fassbender decided to show the audience a short representation of what the X-Men can do on their feet to the song 'Blurred lines'. Watch the video below to see for yourselves.
In this editorial, HIGHFLYER will share the big questions he asks himself concerning the world of comic books and movies.
Wonder what role Mary Jane played in the THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2? In the interview below, read Marc Webb's description of the scenes. WARNING: There is information that are certainly considered spoilers for the upcoming sequel.
UPDATED: After spending a little more time thinking about it, I have chosedn to explore the strengths and weaknesses of the movie. Here, HIGHFLYER will share his thoughts and opinions on one of the most anticipated movies of the year. (There are no movie breaking spoilers in here)
In this editorial, Highflyer will address the big issues when it comes to casting and present to you the actors he believes were born to play the characters they portrayed on screen.
In This Strange And Cruel World, Some CBMs Don't Reach The Heights They Should Have.
Who didn't love Mark Ruffalo's take on Banner (and the awesome CGI Hulk) in Joss Whedon's first Avengers movie? Here, Highflyer will explain how the original film's best aspect might be a possible downfall for the upcoming sequel.
There have been dozens of Superhero movies which contained some of the world's favorite characters. But to me, only a few have done something truly heroic.
Former Batman stars have expressed their support towards Ben Affleck instead of siding with the naysayers.
Why I think this Affleck doesn't deserve the hate.
Hulk is one of the best comic book characters ever and in this editorial I explain why.
Here I mention a few movies which served as apologies to the movies that came before them.
In my first editorial, I defend Edward Norton's portrayal of the tortured scientist.