While most are arguing about snubs and surprises I’ve been tasked to make my actual Oscar picks for MikeTheFanboy. Unlike most I’ve been very fortunate to have seen almost all of the films prior to the nominations. Although I will admit I abstained from the categories Animated
It’s funny, you never know sometimes what to expect when you go out. I had three plans set and they all fell through, oh well. Thankfully, I brought back up items just in case. The event I ended up landing at is a q and a for
Viola Davis and Allison Janney pair up once again in the unique underdog story “Troop Zero.” For 90s fans of outcast kid movies, this film is for you. “Troop Zero” takes place in Wiggly, Georgia in 1977, focusing on Christmas Flint (Mckenna Grace) and her fascination with
I don’t wanna be buried, in a Pet Sematary… So excited that Pet Sematary Two is coming to Blu-ray in a new scan thanks go Scream Factory! Mary Lambert is such a wonderful director, it’s great that this second chapter is getting it’s deserved treatment! It’s a
All the hype about the Mandalorian must be true, if disney renewed it for a second season! I haven’t seen a single episode of the Mandalorian yet. I had the pleasure enough to meet Taika Waititi who happens to be the voice of IG-11 in the Mandalorian.
The more and more I talk with autograph collectors, the more I see how we all have different things we try to get signed; Some like a standard glossy 8×10 signed; Others like figures or toys signed; My preference for photos comes from a press kit. Last
It’s just another Manic… Oh wait… It is Monday! So tonight, I headed out to a q and a with the cast of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. One of my favorite shows. l headed out with Lisa-Lisa and while we were settling in, they made an announcement
I just wanted to echo Pinky’s sentiments wishing Keith Coogan a happy birthday! We all got to party like it was 1988 on Saturday and we had a blast. I’m going to post some pics later on but just wanted to jump in on the birthday wishes!
Super Short Sunday – Noah Baumbach Edition January 12, 2020 By: Scott I was out and about this week and was able to meet Noah Baumbach. He directed one of the best movies of the year, Marriage Story. Noah was very kind. He signed my poster and
1917 waged war on the competition, moving up to number one with $36.5 million after a wide release. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker was forced down to number two with $15 million. Jumanji: The Next Level kept scoring at number three with $14 million. Just
“Super Star” Sat…uh Sunday – Karen Allen Edition January 12, 2020 By: Scott This week’s “super star” is someone who I have wanted to meet for a long time. I am speaking of Marion Ravenwood herself, Karen Allen. Karen was out a couple of times over
It’s that time once again – the year end box office breakdown for 2019!! Walt Disney Studios really cashed in, having 7 of the top 10 most successful movies of the year and an all-time record smashing global take of $11.12 billion. That’s correct, B-illion, not M-illion.