Movie Theaters Should Embrace Vaccine Mandates

Why cinemas should embrace vaccine mandates Rya​n Lowry / The New York Times / Redux Last week, I attended my first film screening that required proof of vaccination against COVID-19 upon entry. I presented my photo ID and Excelsior Pass (New York’s centralized vaccination status app) and swanned on in. The entire process took 15 … Read more

Russo brothers break negotiations with Marvel after Scarlett Johansson lawsuit

Joe Russo and Anthony Russo, directors of Captain America: The Winter Soldier – 89%, Avengers: Infinity War – 79% y Avengers: Endgame – 95% (some of the best and highest grossing installments in the Marvel Cinematic Universe), are beloved by fans and the company also wanted them back, according to rumors, to direct a new … Read more

Black Widow | Top reviews, reviews and ratings

Spy thriller directed by Australian Cate Shortland (director among other titles of the 2017 film Berlin Syndrome – 72% and love the sex de 2004), Black Widow – 87% is the first film of the fourth phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. With two and 13 minutes long, Black Widow combines action, adventure, drama and … Read more

What Makes Yelena More Compelling Than Just a Black Widow Copy

Yelena Belova is a character that I found myself instantly fascinated by when watching Marvel’s Black Widow. Not only is she the epitome of a “little sister” in how she reacts to Natasha, but she also finds a way to cling to this idea that when she was in Ohio, it was the only time … Read more