Look, I know there’s a lot going on right now and the world is on fire, but I need clarification on this. Is it still okay for me to delete Uber? Like, is this a thing people are still doing, or was it just over the weekend?
I’ve made a New Year’s resolution, folks. For every Harambe joke I hear in 2017, I’m going to kill five gorillas in five different zoos.
The first Power Rangers teaser debuted on Saturday at New York Comic Con, but not before some wonderful idiot posted it early that morning on the film’s Facebook page. Whoops. You know I was all over that shit though. I woke up at just the right moment and fumbled to find a working link before they all got wiped off of the Internet and I had to go to work.
But goddamn, it was worth it.
If you look at the current trends in popular media, a lot of success is determined by name recognition. Not necessarily the names of actors; one could actually argue that “star power” doesn’t matter nearly as much as it used to. I’m talking about brand names: adaptations, sequels, franchises, spinoffs, reboots, remakes and rehashes. These days, nostalgia is the most bankable. It’s almost a franchise in and of itself.
Inevitably, we’re going to see a Hollywood reboot of Gumby. On that day, I don’t know what I’m going to do. I’m stressed out just thinking about it.
What the hell is that?
Today we got our first official look at the new Power Rangers movie suits, and naturally, everybody from your grandma to your best friend’s baby cousin has an opinion to share on the Internet.
It’s been a month since the new Star Wars was released in theaters. I think it’s about time that we, as a society, started being lenient about people posting spoilers on the Internet.
So, for those of you who missed out on the movie, here’s a list of important things that happened in The Force Awakens: