If you were a bit confused after watching The Cloverfield Paradox, then you were not alone. The movie had a messy narrative that bordered confusing at times. If you look at the entire trilogy though, you will notice that big twists and misdirects are the forté of this franchise. In
Last year, Mark Hamill rocked the news world when he he told Empire Magazine that a big change was made to the end of Star Wars: The Force Awakens for Rian Johnson's The Last Jedi. Hamill said that the change was made very last-minute, and that the change allowed a big situation to happen in TLJ. At the time,
Hollywood is no stranger to taking one film idea, and finding a way for it to fit into another completely different universe. This is exactly what happened with the upcoming horror film Cloverfield 3. Every Cloverfield film is drastically different, and Cloverfield 3 looks to continue that trend. In a recent interview with Collider, Oren Uziel
Mark Hamill is no stranger to Star Wars memorabilia. There is one prop that Hamill had the chance to hold after decades, the original lightsaber that he used in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. The lightsaber was used in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, inducing a Force memory in Rey calling her to the Force.
Last week, Avatar director Jame Cameron sat down with Kelly Stinner and had a few choice words about Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Cameron says that he didn't like the film, citing that TFA was a "retrenchment" of Lucas' saga. James Cameron is known for making films that not only become smash hits at the