Last February, Marvel and Sony came to an agreement to allow Spider-Man to be featured in Marvel films. As part of the agreement, Andrew Garfield is out as Spidey and a replacement needed to be found soon.
Sometimes, a film looks great when it is first released, but falls stale years later. Other times, a film is panned in it’s initial release only to become a cult classic and deemed ahead of its time (we’re looking at you, “Scarface!”). Every week, we will re-watch a film that is at least 15 years…
In 2001, Franklin Leonard, a development executive at Leonardo DiCaprio’s production company, Appian Way, began compiling the most liked list of films that were unproduced. This list, which has since become known as the Black List, now profiles the most liked scripts of the year annually.
On occasion, a movie will have a plothole so glaring it is hard not to notice it. Take a look at “Back to the Future,” can you really tell me that Marty McFly’s mother didn’t recognize her son to be the man who she fell in love with 30 years prior?