his time, Peter isn’t a sidekick. He doesn’t have his mentor to fall back on, and the pressure compounds on the snapped-back teen from the beginning. Everywhere he turns, he feels the loss of Iron Man felt, along with the entire world wondering “Who will rise up to take his place?” This pushes the once zealous hero back into his 16-year-old shell, hoping to take a breather from the hero world and focus on a budding relationship with M.J. (Zendaya).
I was not one of the first to see Smallfoot. I missed a few preview screenings, although I was able to chat with director Karey Kirkpatrick. After our interview, I made plans to take my family on opening night.
One of the most intriguing inhabitants of the universe created by George Lucas finally gets top billing in the new sci-fi epic Solo: A Star Wars Story. Hyper-driving in to the backstory of Han Solo, popularized by Harrison Ford in the original trilogy, the new film stars Alden Ehrenreich (Hail Caesar!), Woody Harrelson, Emilia Clarke, Donald Glover, Thandie Newton, and Paul Bettany, and was directed by Ron Howard.
by DeWayne Hamby Can faith be funny? Patrick Walsh, executive producer and showrunner of the new CBS television comedym Living Biblically, thinks so. Taking the New York Times bestseller The Year of Living Biblically by A.J. Jacobs as a loose blueprint, the Missouri native has created a series centering on Chip Curry (Jay R. Ferguson), a […]