On February 14, Netflix released its latest original series, The Umbrella Academy, based on the Eisner Award-winning comic book series. The 10-episode streaming series follows the Hargreeves, a dysfunctional family of superheroes who reunite to solve the mystery of their father’s death.
If you haven’t enrolled at The Umbrella Academy yet, now is the perfect time to attend. Here are all the reasons why you should drop what you’re doing and start watching this weird, wonderful piece of goth-pop culture.
Back in 2017 it was announced that Netflix had ordered a live-action adaptation of the comic book series The Umbrella Academy, which is written by Gerard Way and illustrated by Gabriel BÃ¡ for Dark Horse Comics.
Now Netflix has released an official trailer for the series, which stars Ellen Page, Tom Hopper, Emmy Raver-Lampman, Robert Sheehan, David CastaÃ±eda, Aidan Gallagher, Cameron Britton, and Mary J. Blige. You can find it below along with more info on the show and a previously released teaser if you missed it.
Once upon a time, a long, long time ago in the year 2011, we found out that Source Code writer Ben Ripleyhad been hired to pen the screenplay for a remake of the 1990 thriller Flatliners.
That remake would eventually become a sequel, with original star Kiefer Sutherland joining the cast to reprise his role. And now a trailer for the movie, which stars Ellen Page, Diego Luna, Nina Dobrev, James Norton, and Kiersey Clemons, has been released online.
You can learn a little bit more about the movie and check out the trailer below.
Back in December the Movie God reported that Anna Paquin‘s brief appearance as Rogue in next month’s mutant-packed mega-sequel X-Men: Days of Future Past had become an occupant of the cutting room floor. According to director Bryan Singer at the time it was an “embarrassment of riches” situation and while it was a “really good sequence” it simply had to go.
Singer’s comments seemed to signal the end of the matter, until Paquin’s name appeared in the credits at the end of the new trailer for Days of Future Past that was released on Tuesday evening. I watched that trailer twice and couldn’t spot the presence of Rogue at any time unless it was a “blink and you’ll miss it” moment. According to a representative at 20th Century Fox Paquin’s role has now been recovered from the unforgiving territory of future Blu-ray supplements and reinstated to the cut of Future Past that will be released theatrically, but in a slightly reduced form.