James Gunn at the Los Angeles premiere of 'Ant-Man And The Wasp' held at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, USA on June 25, 2018. Editorial credit: Tinseltown /

James Gunn Shares His List Of Best Action Films To Watch Right Now

Editorial credit: Tinseltown /[/caption] James Gunn's 54 Action Films to Watch Right NowKung Fu Hustle (2004) The Matrix (1999) The Bourne Ultimatum (2007) Die Hard (1988) Edge of Tomorrow (2014) JSA: Joint Security Area (2000) Elite Squad: The Enemy Within (2010) Lady Vengeance (2005) Mission: Impossible – Fallout (2018) Bullitt (1968) North by Northwest (1959) The Yellow Sea (2010) The Raid: Redemption (2012) Hero (2002) Night Watch (2004) Crouching[...]

We're Getting 'Bond 25' News Tomorrow; Title, Art, and More!

Amazon Prime Video Adds For April: James Bond, The Lighthouse, More

T & The Women (2000) Drums In The Deep South (1951) For Your Eyes Only (4K UHD) (1981) From Russia with Love (4K UHD) (1964) Gator (1976) Gods And Monsters (1999) Goldeneye (4K UHD) (1995) Goldfinger (4K UHD) (1964) Gorky Park (1983) Hotel Artemis (2018) I Am Legend (2007) Licence to Kill (4K UHD) (1989) Live and Let Die (4K UHD) (1973) Mark Of Zorro (1920) Moonraker (4K UHD)[...]

Factory Entertainment James Bond Ring 1

James Bond Prop Replicas Are on the Way From Factory Entertainment

The first such item will be a Spectre ring from the film Thunderball If you order a ring before October 31st, buyers can choose the ring size, from men’s sizes 8, 9, 10, 11 or 12 If ordered after, you will automatically receive a size 11 The price is $249.99 and an order can be[...]

Black Panther #171 cover by Brian Stelfreeze and Laura Martin

Black Panther #171 Review: T'Challa Finally Reaches the Klaw

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Okoye interrogates Asira for what she knows about the Klaw and the Originators. She's willing and feels guilt over what she has done to Wakanda. Meanwhile, Black Panther confronts the Klaw and his allies on the field of battle at long last. Black Panther #171 finally reaches the climax of "Avengers of the […]

Black Panther #170 cover by Phil Noto

Black Panther #170 Review: The Story Grinds Forward with a Climactic Battle

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Black Panther, Shuri, Thunderball, Zawavari the mystic, and the Hatut Zeraze have confronted Ras the Exhorter and his hordes of Originators and the powers of the Lost-Forgotten God Reinforcements are on the way, but Ras’ powers may be too great for even them.Elsewhere, Changamire confronts the incarcerated Tetu.[caption id="attachment_802603" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Black Panther #170[...]

Black Panther #168 cover by Brian Stelfreeze

Black Panther #168: The Plot is Becoming Unwieldy

The Queen Mother turns her down, saying that Wakanda cannot risk open conflict with their troublesome neighbors.Meanwhile, Black Panther, Shuri, Thunderball, Zawavari, and Manifold continue to track the rifts bringing in the elder beings into Wakanda.All the while, they fear what the Klaw, Stane, Faustus, and their coalition could bring next.[caption id="attachment_768301" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Black[...]

Black Panther #167 cover by Brian Stelfreeze and Laura Martin

Black Panther #167 Review: A Complex If Questionable Explanation

Eliot Franklin, aka Thunderball of the Wrecking Crew, has wound up in jail once more He receives a lifeline in the form of Shuri, who offers him a tentative task back in Wakanda Black Panther needs his help in studying and tracking recent attempts to create synthetic Vibranium in the hopes of pinning down the[...]

Black Panther #16 Review: An Enthralling Plot With Great Character Moments

Eliot Franklin, aka Thunderball of the Wrecking Crew.I’ve always loved the meat-headed knee-breakers of the Wrecking Crew They’re fun, colorful, and they have that Central City Rogues vibe where they are criminals, but they’ve never been especially vicious or cruel (with the possible exception of Siege).Thunderball has always been the most interesting member, as he[...]

Writing's On The Wall, Sam Smith's Specter Theme Released

Let's listen to his theme for Thunderball:[youtube][/youtube]Now that's a Bond theme."Writing's On The Wall" was written by Smith and Jimmy Napes "Thunderball" was written by film composer John Barry and lyricist Don Black after distributor United Artists asked the them to incorporate the title[...]