The 80s has its own sort of vibe about it, and that vibe certainly carries over to the films of the decade. Big Trouble In Little China definitely encompasses everything necessary to be a classic 80s film. With an upcoming remake starring Dwayne Johnson in the works, the director of the original film, the legendary John Carpenter, had some not so nice words in reference to the remake while speaking with CinemaBlend.
Last updated Oct. 12, 2018, 10 p.m.
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John Constantine’s popularity seems to be on the rise of late, or at least DC and Warner Bros have begun to invest more time and money in my favorite DC character, as far as live-action and animated TV appearances.
Yes, the character’s NBC show, the first version of Constantine to star the man who still portrays and voices him, Matt Ryan, was canceled years ago, but since then the character has been re-purposed into Greg Berlanti’s “Arrow-Verse,” appearing on Arrow and becoming a regular on Legends of Tomorrow this season.
There’s an old saying that you come into this world alone and you leave alone. Obviously, that saying is quite the debatable one, and while it may be technically true, that doesn’t mean you truly have to be alone when the end is drawing to a close. For most people, there will always be family, and for better or worse, they are a part of who you are, and if you’re a parent, how you raise your kids could very well impact how easy or difficult the end of your life could be.
SPOILERS AHEAD! You’ve been warned!
Wait? You’re telling me there are plot holes in Venom? Bullshirt! (Yes, we’re all in The Good Place…)
In all seriousness, there are a ton of plot holes in Venom.
****THIS POST CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR GOTHAM SEASON 5****
Fox’s Gotham will return in 2019. Over the show’s five season run, we have seen many popular characters from the Batman mythos including Penguin, Riddler, Dr, Freeze, and NOT the Joker.