The summer movie season is winding down, but it’s not dead yet! Bullet Train is still coming up ahead, and to celebrate the film’s release on August 5, Sony and Dolby have teamed up with artist 17th & Oak to bring you a new Dolby-exclusive poster for the film. Check it out here.Continue reading “Check Out the New Dolby Poster for ‘Bullet Train’”
Going to be honest, I have no idea what I mean by “on schedule” but I thought it would be a fun pun because… well… trains. Anyway, Sony Pictures has dropped new posters for the upcoming late summer action romp, Bullet Train! And wow, this is an attractive as hell cast! Check them out here!Continue reading “New Character Posters for ‘Bullet Train’ Arrive on Schedule”
Sony Pictures has released the second official trailer for its upcoming, high-octane action vehicle, Bullet Train!Continue reading “Brand New Trailer for ‘Bullet Train’ Zips its Way Online”
Flying under the radar for the Summer Blockbuster Season is a movie that is near the top of my most anticipated movies for the Summer: Sony Pictures’ Bullet Train.Continue reading “First Poster for ‘Bullet Train’ Packs a Punch”
Today, it was announced that Marvel Studios’ Eternals will start streaming exclusively on Disney+ on January 12, 2022. This is the most recent example of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s shortened theatrical window — two months after its premiere, following Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings which made its Disney+ debut in November.Continue reading “‘Eternals’ to Stream on Disney+ in January”
Hard NOC Life is back with Keith, Dominic and Britney reviewing the latest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Chloé Zhao’s Eternals. What did everyone think of the film? Why is is struggling to connect with certain audiences? What are its connections to internet stan culture, the DCEU, and The Last Jedi? Tune in and find out!Continue reading “Hard NOC Life 241: The Last ‘Eternals’ Review”
As you, our loyal readers know, The NOC was created to provide input on the pop culture stories and trends we all love, but with a perspective that assess them from the greater lens of representation for people of color; fans like you. Sometimes in my reviews, I’ll assess a movie purely from an entertainment standpoint. But sometimes, a movie will come along that honestly needs to be looked at closer with both lenses. And Godzilla Vs. Kong, of all things, is actually one of those movies. To be frank, I’d be lying if I said I didn’t like this movie. From an entertainment standpoint it’s actually a huge blast! But for a film in a franchise so heavily tied to Japanese roots, and prior to this installment, honored those roots proudly, it honestly gets me a bit angry whenever I think about it. So, with your permission, and because it’s cheaper than therapy, I’d like to use this review to talk about the things I loved about the film from an entertainment standpoint, the things I disliked from an entertainment standpoint, and the things I hated from a cultural standpoint as a fellow Nerd of Color.Continue reading “NOC Review: ‘Godzilla Vs. Kong’ is Giant Fun but Has Giant POC Problems”
I can’t believe I live in a world where I was able to see both Black Panther and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse in the same year. Just as the warmth of the Wakandan sun was beginning to fade, I’m swinging through Brooklyn (my birthplace) with Miles Morales (Shameik Moore is Miles; an amazing performance) the Spider-Man of Earth-1610. And I couldn’t be more elated.