Retro

Wesley Snipes Almost Gave Us "Black Panther" 20 Years Ago

If you're anywhere near the internet these days (which you obviously are) then you've undoubtedly heard that Marvel's Black Panther is making movie history. The highly anticipated movie already broke the record for first-day advance ticket sales for a Marvel movie, previously held by Captain America: Civil War.Forbes/DisneyBlack Panther is also on pace to shatter the record for biggest advance ticket sales for any superhero movie in history. “Black Panther is riding an incredible wave of momentum right now,” said Fandango editor Erik Davis. “It’s one of the biggest and most anticipated movies to ever open in

Pop Culture

8 Times Super Heroes Were Actually Really Offensive

What we as adults tend to find offensive, kids barely even seem to notice. This is especially true for cartoons, movies, and comic books. It is only when we look back at some of the shows that we used to love to watch that we begin to notice things like stereotypes playing prominently throughout the stories. Here are eight of the most offensive super hero cartoons to ever make it onto television.1. Captain Planet The basis for this show was great, saving our planet by being environmentally conscious, there were always teachable moments from every episode. The long and

90s

'Men In Black' Reboot Reveals Who They've Cast As The Stars Of The New Movie

I know, I know, no more reboots! Everyone is sick of our favorite movies getting made over and over again, but Hollywood seems to be out of ideas and they've got to make something. This time it's going to be a remake of arguably the best Will Smith movie ever: Men In Black. Sony plans to go the Jurassic World route, and introduce new characters in the already established world. So I guess it's not so much a reboot as a spin-off. The new movie is not set to feature either Tommy Lee Jones's Agent K or Will Smith's Agent