CinemaBlend participates in affiliate programs with various companies. We may earn a commission when you click on or make purchases via links. Late last year The Haunting of Hill House’s Mike Flanagan delivered a sequel to the Stanley Kubrick classic The Shining in an epic and satisfying way with Doctor Sleep. But in the spirit of its title, many moviegoers hit snooze on the title when it flopped on the big screen with shockingly low
Spider-Man has been a part of many superhero teams, like the Avengers, but one time he led his greatest foes, the Sinister Six! Making their debut in The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #1, the Sinister Six were founded by Otto Octavius, Doctor Octopus, with the intention of destroying Spider-Man once and for all. The initial line-up of the team consisted of Doc Ock, Electro, Sandman, Mysterio, Kraven the Hunter, and the Vulture, each of whom had lost to Spider-Man
A new work by two-time Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Lynn Nottage will join Second Stage Theater’s Broadway line-up for 2021, joining the company’s postponed revival of Richard Greenberg’s Take Me Out starring Patrick J. Adams, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Jesse Williams. The newly announced, as-yet-untitled production of Nottage’s new play will be directed by Kate Whoriskey, who directed the playwright’s Pultizer-winning Ruined and Sweat. Performances will begin on Broadway at Second Stage’s Hayes Theater in
As noted in Deadline’s report, this marks one of Gael García Bernal few forays into “tentpole territory,” with the majority of his resume consisting of more independent/prestige fare like Babel, Rosewater, Eva Doesn’t Sleep and, most recently, Wasp Network. As far as reaching particularly large audiences, plenty of folks heard Bernal voicing Hector Rivera in Pixar’s 2017 movie Coco, and he also led the Amazon series Mozart in the Jungle from 2014 to 2018.
A café can be a sort of safe haven, an opportunity to cleave the day’s bustle with a reprieve or jolt all for a modest fee. The new visual novel game Necrobarista centers on The Terminal, a kind of liminal Euro-tinged bar and coffee shop for the newly departed. It’s an experience that wants its players’ attentive but inert, a visual novel diverting from some rigid tropes in the genre while also relentlessly servicing others. Although