Marvel has finally found its Doctor Strange. It look very likely that Benedict Cumberbatch is the studio’s choice for the superhero flick, and if true it appears to be perfect casting. The news comes after talks with Joaquin Phoenix around the time of Comic-Con went south, and Marvel went back to the drawing board. With names like Jared Leto and Tom Hardy also in the mix, this is obviously a coveted role. Great news for Marvel and fans alike.
Scott Derrickson is directing Doctor Strange and Jon Spaihts is writing the script for the movie (the first draft was penned by Thomas Dean Donnelly and Joshua Oppenheimer). Doctor Strange was hatched by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko during that Marvel Comics heyday of the early 1960’s. He’s a neurosurgeon who becomes Sorcerer Supreme, protecting Earth against magical and mystical threats with powers of sorcery, mysticism, and martial arts. Marvel’s Kevin Feige is producing.
October 28, 2014 | Categories: Comics | Tags: Action, Actors, Benedict Cumberbatch, Blockbuster, Classic, Comic Book Movies, Cult, Doctor Strange, Franchise, Hollywood, Icons, Images, Jared Leto, Joaquin Phoenix, Legend, Marvel, Marvel Comics, Sci-Fi, Stan Lee, Steve Ditko, Suspense, The Avengers: The Age of Ultron | Leave a comment
I took my 8 year old son and 2 of his friends to see Spider-Man 2 last weekend… it’s taken a while for his review. I didn’t think any of them enjoyed it that much (I didn’t) but apparently I was wrong…
Spider-Man 2 is just Spider-Man in a different suit from the old movies. This time he’s fighting Electro, Green Goblin and Rhino. It’s like The Amazing Spider-Man movie.
My favorite part was when Spider-Man stooped a criminal at the beginning, he shot webs at both his arms sticking them out wide, then his mouth and then pulled down his pants with a web and then walked away and did a cool pose with his hand in the background when a machine gun fell on the criminals head and knocked him out.
MASSIVE SPOILER ALERT It was a surprise when Gwen Stacy died at the end. I gave it 4 stars.
May 5, 2014 | Categories: Movie Reviews by Kids for Kids | Tags: Action, Actors, Andrew Garfield, Art, Blockbuster, Comic Book Movies, Electro, Emma Stone, Franchise, Green Goblin, Gwen Stacy, Hollywood, Icons, Images, Jamie Foxx, Legend, Marvel, Peter parker, Remakes, Sci-Fi, Stan Lee, Steve Ditko, Suspense, The Amazing Spider Man 2: Rise of Electro, Violence | Leave a comment