X-Men: Days of Future Past screenwriter Simon Kinberg sat down with the Hollywood Reporter and talked Days of Fututre Days as well as the next X-Men film he is working on. Here are a few highlights of the interview
Did you approach the ending with the idea that we might see more of the original cast in future films?
We approached it as a final goodbye for the original actors. But to be totally candid, that’s the way I approached X-Men: The Last Stand. If you talked to me in 2006 and said, “Do you think we’ll ever see Patrick Stewart as Professor Xavier again? Do you think we’ll see Ian and Halle and Ellen Page and Shawn Ashmore back on (more…)
Every week at Popcorn Whiskey, we take a look at all the best youtube videos covering the world of movies and TV. Here are the best youtube videos of the week.
Celebrities Read Mean Tweets #7
This week, Jimmy Kimmel continued with his popular segment, Celebrities Read Mean Tweets. With tweets like “Emma Stone looks like she smells like cat piss” or “If I’ve said it once I’ve said it 100 times, F**k Andy Garcia” how can you go wrong? Jimmy Kimmel got some big stars like Julia Roberts, Matthew McConaughey, and Sofia Vergara to sit in front of the camera and read what twitter had to say about them. Check it out.
X-Men Days of Future Past is everything you want in a superhero movie…and actually just any film in general, and that’s master story telling. Being one of the most anticipated movies of 2014, I don’t think even the biggest internet trolls will have a lot of bad things to say about the newest installment in the X-Men universe.
In a a nutshell, Wolverine must travel back in time in order to save mutants and mankind alike from destruction. In order to do this, he must unite Professor X and Magneto and stop Mystique from assassinating the creator of the Setinels. Just like Eminem says, Wolverine only has one shot to get it right, or everyone he knows and cares for will meet a cruel death. (more…)
The 90’s where a great time to be a kid, and every kid had their favorite cartoon. From superhero’s to just plain silly, our list looks at the children’s TV cartoons and we have rated them based on their impact on pop culture, the quality of the show, staying power, and creativity. Here our top 10.
10. Bobby’s World
What little kid couldn’t relate to Bobby and his amazing imagination. With a crazy Uncle Ted and a wacky family, Bobby’s World focused on the every day little of a a little boy who’s imagination would turn a regular visit into the dentist into a space adventure. We love how simple Bobby’s World and how awesome it was when Howie Mandel had hair. (more…)
This weekend, X-Men Days of Future Past comes to theaters and we are so excited to see our favorite X-Men once again. The X-Men films where really the start of the super hero craze and they produced 2 incredible movies before slapping fans in the face with the Last Stand. Check out the Honest Movie Trailer for the X-Men trilogy, they poke fun at the franchise we love so much and we almost died laughing