‘WandaVision’ Episodes 1 and 2 [SPOILER Review] – ScreenHub Entertainment

SPOILERS ahead if still have not watched the first two episodes of WandaVision. Guess how many days? Since the opening of Spider-Man: Far From Home in 2019, it’s been more than 500 days since Marvel Studios released significant content following the events of Avengers: Endgame. This is partly due to the ‘oh so glorious’ pandemic which has put a halt on Marvel and Disney’s plans, … Continue reading ‘WandaVision’ Episodes 1 and 2 [SPOILER Review] – ScreenHub Entertainment

Pixar Made Its Most Human Movie To Date With ‘Soul’ [Review] – ScreenHub Entertainment

Minor spoilers for the first act, nothing not shown in the trailer. Well, 2020 is almost over and aren’t we glad for it. And as a little gift to Disney+ subscribers this year, the Mouse House has decided to drop its latest Pixar offering onto its streaming platform at no additional charge (unlike the live-action remake of Mulan earlier this year, which despite the additional … Continue reading Pixar Made Its Most Human Movie To Date With ‘Soul’ [Review] – ScreenHub Entertainment

Star Wars The High Republic: A Test of Courage Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

I haven’t read too many Star Wars junior novels to date. A large reason for this is because the ones that I have read came across as extended interludes that have little to no bearing on the bigger picture. That’s why it was a huge surprise and thrill to read Justina Ireland’s new junior novel, Star Wars The High Republic: A Test of Courage, one … Continue reading Star Wars The High Republic: A Test of Courage Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Did Disney Reveal Too Much Star Wars? – ScreenHub Entertainment

In terms of entertainment news, 2020 has been relatively quiet. The biggest news day for films this year has been DC Fandome event earlier this year, that is, until Disney said “hold my beer.” In a four-hour investor meeting streamed online, Disney unveiled their plans for the near future, showcasing upgrades to Disney+, their popular streaming platform, new content and where brands like Pixar and … Continue reading Did Disney Reveal Too Much Star Wars? – ScreenHub Entertainment

Who is Sasha Banks Playing in ‘The Mandalorian’ Season 2? – ScreenHub Entertainment

Finally. After months of waiting to see The Child (aka Baby Yoda, our Lord and Saviour) again, Disney dropped the trailer for The Mandalorian season 2 today, which streams on Disney+ as of October 30th. The trailer kept things close to the chest; we didn’t see Moff Gideon, the Darksaber or learn too much about the story in the footage revealed, but one of the … Continue reading Who is Sasha Banks Playing in ‘The Mandalorian’ Season 2? – ScreenHub Entertainment

Top Movies of 2019 – ScreenHub Entertainment

There are so many movies that come out in any given year and 2019 was one helluva stacked year. It was hard to put this list out and pick just ten but upon serious reflection (seriously, this list is late!), I’ve narrowed it down to ten flicks. Bear in mind, that this is my list and that I’ve not seen every movie to come out … Continue reading Top Movies of 2019 – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Mighty Jane Foster: Moments From the Comics We Hope We See in ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Deep within the hallowed halls of San Diego Comic Con, the year of 2019, the honorable director Taika Waititi (Thor: Ragnarok) took the stage and bestowed the greatest of honors. A woman, whom many Marvel fans may have forgotten about, was deemed worthy of wielding the mighty Mjolnir. The world was awestruck. Actress Natalie Portman has played the character Jane Foster in the MCU almost … Continue reading The Mighty Jane Foster: Moments From the Comics We Hope We See in ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Why Disney Should Do A Live Action Remake Of ‘The Black Cauldron’-ScreenHub Entertainment

Disney’s is going full steam ahead on its live action remakes. We’ve seen hits like The Jungle Book and Beauty and the Beast in recent years and have The Lion King, Aladdin and Tim Burton’s Dumbo on the horizon. But as the remakes continue, it’s clear that Disney is clearly focusing the greatest hits from its catalog. And while that’s likely the best move financially, as more people will likely go see something they enjoy already, I think Disney should go deep into the vault and pull The Black Cauldron from out of the darkness.

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