Well, I’m significantly less excited about the upcoming Flash movie. The film has lost its *second* director, Rick Famuyiwa. A filmmaker who caught my eye with his light, clever movie Dope.
Get it? I’m just calling everything about The Flash movie Dope, because it’s got the same director and actress. So shitty puns, man. Shitty puns straight everywhere. Seriously though. Cyborg is in the movie. Cool? Not cool? I don’t know, but I remain optimistic about the film.
Kiersey Clemons was awesome in Dope. Rick Famuyiwa directed Dope. He is also directing The Flash, which is aiming to cast its female lead (perchance, Iris West). Kiersey Clemons is up for this role. Please let Clemons get this role, reteam with Famuyiwa, and make this movie dope.
I don’t really spend my days wishing I could watch Netflix offline. That’s because I’m a console cowboy who would rather venture into the Atlantic Ocean permanently than subject myself to the horror of offline living. But I imagine the news that Netflix may soon be dropping such an option for the unwashed, offline masses will have some excited.
Rick Famuyiwa’s movie Dope was fun. Not excellent. But fun. Well made. Well shot. Lots of energy. Good performances. DC snagging him to helm Flash makes sense, then, since they need some fun. Some levity. Well done, DC.
Snowpiercer was dope. Maybe not worth the effusive accolades the internet slathered about its robust chest, praising it and rubbing, praising it and rubbing. But dope. And so I’m glad to see that someone is stepping up to funding director Bong Joon-Ho’s next movie.
I will never not-post any Borderlands cosplay that passes across my ocular-meat-lenses.
This teaser is even more wild than the first.