Most movies depict superheros as male…but we all know the real superheros are female! And now, we’ve got all the proof we need with the release of Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel movie trailer! Captain America is pretty cool and all, but Captain Marvel, played by Brie Larson, is here to show us just how awesome and amazing a female superhero can really be. HIGHER. FURTHER. FASTER.
The story of Christopher Robin and Winnie the Pooh has always had a special place in my heart. Just because we grow up, doesn’t mean we have to give up the things we loved as children. In the heartwarming live action adventure, the young boy who embarked on countless adventures in the Hundred Acre Wood with his band of spirited and lovable stuffed animals, has grown up and lost his way.
I don’t remember exactly what made me watch the first Kingsman movie, but it was became necessary to see it. Maybe it had to do with that one time I met Taron Egerton. Kingsman: The Secret Service, the first movie, was funny, captivating, and gory – definitely not kid friendly, but totally date night worthy. Maybe it’s my fascination with all things unknown, secret mysterious worlds and such. But it was definitely that good.
About a year ago I first told you when production was just starting on Captain America Civil War – mostly because I was super excited to hear that Emily VanCamp would be reprising her role of Sharon Carter/Agent 13. I just watched the Marvel’s new Captain America Civil War trailer and I am super excited to see the movie when it comes out in theaters on May 6th.
Today is International Women’s Day and women all over the world are being celebrated and honored! Today, I would like to celebrate and honor women in film. One of those women just happens to be one of my faves, Ellen DeGeneres and she is simply hysterical in her unforgettable role of Dory in Disney Pixar’s newest film Finding Dory.