Now that The Rise of Skywalker is out, we can finally rank all of the movies that have come out in the saga, as well as the live-action spinoff films to come out during the Disney era thus far. We’re excluding The Clone Wars animated film from this list, but if we were to include it, it would rank dead last-just for the record. The … Continue reading Every Live-Action Star Wars Movie Ranked – ScreenHub Entertainment
Remember how I mentioned the end of the last episode felt like the end of a clear and defined arc, akin to what we’d see in The Clone Wars? My assessment on that turned out to be correct as the narrative, setting and plot all shifted during the events of Sanctuary. Did it move the plot forward a lot? Not terribly so, as this episode … Continue reading ‘The Mandalorian: The Sanctuary’ SPOILER Review – ScreenHub Entertainment
It’s easy to see why Deborah Chow, the director of Chapter 3: The Child, was granted the entire Kenobi series after watching this episode of The Mandalorian. This is easily the best episode of the show thus far, one that is action-packed raises the stakes and pulls the veil back ever so slightly on the Mandalorian himself and his people’s culture. The episode opens in … Continue reading 'The Mandalorian' Chapter 3: The Sin Review [SPOILERS] – ScreenHub Entertainment
The Mandalorian is the very first live-action Star Wars show, courtesy of the recently launched Disney+ streaming service. Produced by Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni, this is a gritty, dirty and cantina inspired trek in a galaxy far, far away starring a faceless and silent anti-hero as the lead. So, how does that work on the screen and how does it work? Since Chapters 1 … Continue reading ‘The Mandalorian’: Chapters 1 & 2 Review [SPOILERS] – ScreenHub Entertainment
The first-ever live-action Star Wars show is set to launch on November 12th, 2019 on Disney+, the Mouse House’s upcoming streaming service. The show is being written by Iron Man director Jon Favreau, who joins Dave Filoni, Kathleen Kennedy and Colin Wilson as executive producers. But if you’re only knowledge of Star Wars comes from the films, you may be wondering what an Earth a … Continue reading Just What Is A ‘Mandalorian’ in Star Wars? – ScreenHub Entertainment
Once upon a time, the Walt Disney Company was a beacon of imagination, creativity and marketability. They took some of the most terrifying stories ever written, often credited to the Brothers Grimm, and gave the princess the fairy tale ending she didn’t get in those original stories. This was the surefire way to success that the company built itself upon and would continue to do … Continue reading Disney and the Death of Imagination – ScreenHub Entertainment
Nothing could have prepared me for the total uncertainty of being a first-time dad. These three films contain profound wisdom for anyone who, like me, is looking for fatherly wisdom. Continue reading These 3 Films Contain Inspirational Wisdom For Any Parent – ScreenHub Entertainment
The future is digital. When it started, Netflix was the only competitive name in the international market for online streaming content, offering competitive prices and a wide variety of content. Needless to say, the playing field has changed since 2007. Now, audiences have a wide variety of services to chose from, including Amazon Prime, Hulu, HBO Go and the upcoming Disney Streaming Service, which will offer original Marvel content and the upcoming, $100 million Jon Favreau Star Was show. There are more top-tier options to chose from as well, including Sling, Playstation VUE and CBS streaming site All Access, which recently revealed Patrick Stuart’s return as Picard in an upcoming Star Trek show. YouTube has gotten into creating original content with Cobra Kai and Apple is looking to create original content by 2019 after investing $1 billion in the venture.
While the cost of streaming still is cheaper than regular cable for most, how long before those combined costs surpass the cost of cable?
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.
This just in! Disney announced via StarWars.com that he’s set to executive produce and write a live-action series for the upcoming Disney streaming service.