Update: With multiple leaks and a colorful new trailer, we now know a bit more about the upcoming Marvel film Thor: Love and Thunder. However, even with the revelation that the big bad is to be Gorr: The God Butcher and not Mangog, there are more than a few moments from the comics that would be delightful to see. Taika Waititi, we still hope you’re … Continue reading The Mighty Jane Foster: Moments From the Comics We Hope We See in ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ – ScreenHub Entertainment
For those who have yet to dive between the pages of a Marvel comic book, these are three books that can give you a place to start.
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For the Featured Artist of the Month for October, we have Christopher Moore, known professionally as C. Moore Designs. One of our featured writers, Reel*hit, otherwise known as Sean Gallagher, met Chris by chance and has followed his work with interest. Now seems like as good a time as any to share his work with the rest of you! Tell us a bit about yourself … Continue reading Featured Artist of the Month: C. Moore Designs – ScreenHub Entertainment
We heard so much about this one! First, there were those amazing screentests of Joaquin Phoenix with clown makeup. Then, there was that first awesome teaser trailer unveiling the Gotham City of the 1970s and the actor slowly portraying the iconic character. Finally, there was the Venice Golden Lion and the media buzz after TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival) surrounding the awesomeness of said movie. … Continue reading ‘Joker’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment
As much as I am a fan, here are some reasons that Keanu Reeves playing Constantine again would be a very, very bad idea
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Part of the fun of any Comiccon is taking in all the sights and sounds and that includes the plethora of local artists who set up shop to show off their impressive artwork inspired by the films, shows and comics they’ve consumed over the years. One such artist is local boy Chris Moore, who specializes in drawing realistic and comic book inspired portraits of superheroes. While at Comiccon, Chris was kind enough to share his time with me to give me an interview about how he got started, what inspired him and where he’s going. Continue reading “Montreal Comiccon: Interview With Local Artist Christopher Moore – ScreenHub Entertainment”