From the simple two-note refrain of da dun . . . da dun, to that classic poster with a whole lot of shark teeth showing, there is nothing about this movie that isn’t classic. One can hardly discuss the fear of sharks without cracking a joke about acclaimed director Steven Spielberg’s classic film.
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.
We’re pretty sure with this trailer and poster, Marvel just said, “DC, we see your Wonder Woman and raise you a Captain Marvel.”
We have had bits. Glimpses. Reflections in mirrors. But until this morning we have not seen all that is in store for the upcoming Disney release, Mary Poppins Returns.
As huge Marvel Universe fans in our house, we’ve been eagerly watching for any information regarding Captain Marvel and what her upcoming movie is going to mean to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). This morning, Entertainment Weekly revealed the first official look at Captain Marvel and some facts and info for people who aren’t familiar with the character.