Star Wars was a three-legged stool. The first leg was the new trilogy that used the original cast, and that ends next year. The second leg was the standalone stories like Solo, which are now toast. The third leg was future trilogies intended to be built on new icons like Rey and Finn, but no on emerged as icons.
It was less than a week ago, Kevin Hart found himself defending his stance on refusing to talk politics and attacking President Trump. A source close to the comedian stated last week “Everyone has something to say about Donald Trump, and that’s the reason Kevin isn’t speaking on him. Kevin honestly feels the Trump bits are overused and knows that people are tired of the political banter from comedians.”
New eligibility requirements for the BAFTA Film Awards are formally coming into effect. These concern the British film categories at the EE British Academy Film Awards in 2019 and going forward.
All entries into two British film categories — Outstanding British Film and Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer — will be required to meet at least two of the four BFI Diversity Standards.
Whilst Helen is out saving the world as Elastigirl, her husband Bob has hung up the mantle of Mr Incredible to focus full time on raising the kids. Full-time parenting can be hard at the best of times, though, let alone when your children have super-powers that they haven’t quite learnt how to control just yet.
This film is the representation of everything that black people try to distance themselves from, only to be reinforced by other black people. Hip Hop culture that sees this type of life as realistic and something to be glorified. Where criminals are portrayed as the good guys, the law is portrayed as the bad guys, and the American Dream is dumbed down to naked women, piles of cash, and a celebration of excess.