Say what you will about religion and Christianity and the Bible, but they do make some impressive and brilliant cinematic adventures. Now starring Rooney Mara and Joaquin Phoenix, director Garth Davis brings us Mary Magdalene.
The film tells the secretive story of Mary Magdalene, a woman who walked with Jesus and the disciples who became his greatest confidant, eventually being there when he died (spoilers, jeez.) ]
Trust us, there will be a lot of talk about why Mary Magdalene and Jesus were played by two very white, albeit very great, actors. But there are attempts to diversify this unheard of biblical tale and the gorgeous cinematography looks top notch. Plus, Chiwetel Ejiofor. He’s always a good egg.
What do you think?
Mary Magdalene is out 16th March!
What happens when all your favourite Marvel superheros are locked into the same movie? And I mean all. From Guardians of the Galaxy to Dr Strange, we’re going to have the biggest comic book collective movie EVER!
WE ARE ONLY A WEEK AWAY!
Look, I don’t want to bore you with details you’ve been obsessing over for years (it feels like) and we finally get to see THANOS is action! OH MY LORDY WE JUST LOST OUR UNDERPANTS!
BUT HERE IS THE FOOTAGE! PLEASE LOOK WITH YOUR EYEBALLS!
Avengers: Infinity War is out next year!
Since Charlie Brooker conceived the devilishly dark portrayal of humanities own dystopian future, we’ve been immersed in terrible visions, socially obtuse morals, and the glorious San Junipero.
Now the anthology TV series return. The stories tap into the future, the world of parenting, dating and love, and humanity on the brink.
With immense and horrifying story-telling, Black Mirror has certainly piqued are interested. This could be interesting, what do you think?
Black Mirror returns to Netflix 29th December!
Nick Robinson is definitely one of the best upcoming stars right now. Making his name on TV and small film roles, he has risen the ranks to be an accomplished leading man. This continue with Love, Simon.
Also starring Katherine Langford (from 13 Reasons Why,) Love, Simon is a coming of age comedy revolving around the titular character who is struggling to come out as gay.
There looks to be a lot of emotion here and some witty moments, this could be great. What do you think?
Love, Simon is out 2018!