It was back in November that I first posted about the brand-new Critics Choice Super Awards on PiercingMetal and you might recall that I was excited about them since they were directly speaking to a number of my media interests. Yesterday, the winners were announced via a virtual ceremony because thanks to the pandemic that is the easiest way we can do stuff like this nowadays. Though we still have a ways to go, I feel that in due time more sense of normalcy will be experienced but for now you folks just chill at home and let entertainment outlets like this one offer up the things you need to know about. So I didn’t watch the virtual ceremony but am happy to share the winners circle with you all down below. Since its always beneficial to see what didn’t win when all was said and done, I have left the nominees in this narrative as well. We can discuss more about this at the close when I return. Now get thee scrolling but maybe get a fresh cup of coffee first before you do.
Best Action Movie: WINNER – Da 5 Bloods (Netflix)
Bad Boys for Life (Sony)
Greyhound (Apple TV+)
The Hunt (Universal)
The Outpost (Millennium Media)
Tenet (Warner Bros.)
Best Actor in an Action Movie: WINNER – Delroy Lindo – Da 5 Bloods as Paul (Netflix)
Tom Hanks – Greyhound as Commander Ernest Krause (Apple TV+)
Chris Hemsworth – Extraction as Tyler Rake (Netflix)
Caleb Landry Jones – The Outpost as Specialist Ty Michael Carter (Millennium Media)
Will Smith – Bad Boys for Life as Detective Lieutenant Michael Eugene “Mike” Lowrey (Sony)
John David Washington – Tenet as The Protagonist (Warner Bros.) Continue reading Presenting The 1st Critics’ Choice Super Awards Winners→
I’m sure by now that you have seen one of the numerous trailers or commercials for this film and if you have just come out from under the rock you were living in seclusion, please check out THIS LINK first to see the 4th Trailer that I shared with readers back in November then we can continue. Welcome back, so yeah here we are on the opening day of the action-packed, hold onto your seat animated feature “The Lego Batman Movie”. Check out the poster below and remind yourself of the premise and the cast.
So I guess its been a couple of weeks since I shared the images for the upcoming animated feature “The Lego Batman Movie” in THIS POST. I also reminded those who were new to news about the film for whatever reason that the trailer and some scoop could be learned on THIS POST which I did last summer. The other day the folks at Entertainment Weekly posted several new character posters for the film but ones with graffiti designs this time around. As I’ve mentioned before, this is the fun stuff to share with my fellow geeks so here you go. Enjoy.
I’ve posted a couple of items about the upcoming animated feature “The Lego Batman Movie” and if this is new news to you, please check out the trailer post that was loaded up HERE back in July as it should bring you up to speed about the film. With the movie opening up in the early part of the coming year, they released just over a handful of the Character Posters a few days ago and since I love sharing those types of things with the readers I am doing so below. Enjoy.
Clearly I have somehow missed the second and third trailers for this one but that is fine since I don’t need to post every single one for these animated features and the film is coming out in early February. As I mentioned when I broadcast the first trailer, I got a big kick out of this and think that all of the comic book geeks out there will enjoy it as well so here goes nothing – Presenting Official Trailer #4 for “The Lego Batman Movie” below….take a gander.
Batman goes on a personal journey to find himself and learn the importance of teamwork and friendship in the hopes of saving Gotham City from a hostile takeover set by The Joker. (thanks Wiki).
Will Arnett as Bruce Wayne/Batman
Zach Galifianakis as The Joker
Michael Cera as Dick Grayson/Robin
Rosario Dawson as Barbara Gordon/Batgirl
Ralph Fiennes as Alfred Pennyworth
Mariah Carey as Mayor McCaskill
Jenny Slate as Dr. Harleen Quinzel/Harley Quinn
Billy Dee Williams as Harvey Dent/Two-Face
PiercingMetal Thoughts: I don’t have too much else to add about this one other than it looks like some fast paced fun and we all can use that in the tumultuous political climate that we are in right now. The upcoming elections have made everyone’s Facebook a place of constant argument and dissent so its nice to sit back and enjoy something like this which can help bring a smile back once again. Let me know what you folks think of this fourth trailer and if we missed anything in the second and third that bears looking in to.