A professional wrestler turned Stand -up Comedian. Jay’s antics during wrestling promo’s and in-ring interviews made it almost natural for him to make the transition from the squared circle to the stage.
Jay first hit the stage at Chicago’s famous Checkerboard Lounge during their “Too Much Talent Tuesday’s” showcase. He has since worked his craft and been able to enter a variety of local and national competitions performed in various comedy festivals and have worked in a variety of comedy clubs around the country Jay’s quick wit, high energy, lovable personality and size make him not only impressionable but also very memorable.
Jay has opened the stage for the likes of Tommy Davidson, Leon Rogers, Mark "Skippy" Price, Dobie Maxwell, Tim Slagle, from the movie Barbershop-Jay Deep, just to name a few and has played in clubs most notably the Chicago Improv and Riddles Comedy Club where he has become a house MC. Jay has recently been featured doing segments on various podcasts and now host his own weekly internet radio show “Educated Insanity”.
Since the first trailer, many were wondering if we would be treated to a look at the sometimes villain and sometimes anti-hero, being portrayed by Tom Hardy. There were those who were also worried because the memories of Topher Grace as the symbiote-bonded Eddie Brock in Spider-Man 3 still haunts them to this day.
Well today those can potentially be put at ease because Sony may have gotten it right. In footage thats been leaked from CinemaCon, we get our first look as the symbiote covers Hardy’s Eddie Brock and we are excited.
Check out some still photos and the full mini footage below.
Now after the events of the first Ant-Man movie and Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) being able to go in and out of the quantum realm and Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) being skeptical of the ability to traverse the unknown dimension after his wife Janet Van Dyne became lost in it. So it seemed only reasonable that the sequel primarily focuses on heading into that dimension to retrieve the long lost Van Dyne.
Entertainment Weekly was doing their annual Summer Movie Preview and Evangeline Lilly who will be reprising her role as Hope Van Dyne who will become The Wasp, spoke with them about her feelings on becoming the first female superhero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) to see her name in the title of a film with Ant-Man and The Wasp. “It means a lot to me. If I’m honest with myself, I feel a lot of pressure to make sure that it is everything that the world wants it to be.” lilly then also offers some insight into Hope’s journey throughout the film, which she acknowledges will primarily be focused on finding and rescuing her mother from an uncertain fate. Lilly says, “Scott entered the Quantum Realm in the first film and came back, which is something they thought was impossible. The question has arisen, ‘Can Janet come back?’ So the entire film, my character is hell-bent on finding a way to get into the Quantum Realm and bring her back.”
Hope’s mother will be played by the phenomenal Michelle Pfeiffer. Director Peyton Reed talks about how she was able to play catch with the world of superhero films being that her last involvement in the world was back in 1992 with her being the Catwoman in Batman Returns. “She hasn’t done one of these films since she played Catwoman with Tim Burton. It was really interesting to bring her in and get her up to speed on all the mythology and her place in this world.”
I’m very excited for this film, then to add Laurence Fishburne, Walton Goggins and Hannah John-Kamen, Marvel may have another successful franchise within the MCU.
According to Variety’s Justin Kroll, the execs where so impressed with screenwriter Christina Hodson’s script that Birds of Prey moved up many notches. With Hodson also penning the script for Batgirl, they felt it was a PERFECT way to introduce the character to the film world.
Check out on of the tweets from Kroll below
As for SUICIDE SQUAD 2, clearly moving out of 2018 shoot. The move to go with BOP not only had a lot to do with Hodson's script but also the idea of doing with BATGIRL what Marvel did with Black Panther in CIVIL WAR by introducing them into universe before giving them own film
It was announced earlier today that Cathy Yan has been tapped by Warner Bros and DC Entertainment to direct the next film within the DCEU, Birds Of Prey. Now Birds of Prey is not the official title, however the film is said to be based off of that and is a “girl gang film”. It needs to be noted that no official deal is in place just yet, but the Trade is confident in assuming that Yan will land the gig, thus making her “the first female Asian director ever tapped to direct a superhero film.” This is a MAJOR DEAL once it is finalized.
Margot Robbie is picking up her baseball bat and mallet once again as Harley Quinn for the film, but it remains to be seen if she’ll be joined by the likes of Black Canary, Batgirl and Huntress. It is known that “the main characters and most of the creative braintrust are female.”
The script was written by Christina Hodson, who we recently found out was also hired to pen the Batgirl movie.
Birds of Prey (or whatever it winds up being called) is expected to commence production by year’s end or early 2019. Now other films that were in talks, Harley Quinn Vs The Joker, Gotham City Sirens as well as a direct Suicide Squad sequel are all supposedly still in the works, but have now been put on the backburner.
Now we officially have word that all of the CW-DC television shows have officially been renewed for new seasons. There is now a bit of a shake up happening at the helm of the eldest show, Arrow as well throughout a few of the other show.
Co-executive producer Beth Schwartz has been promoted to executive producer and sole showrunner for the upcoming seventh season. Now, current Arrow executive producer/co-showrunner Wendy Mericle is departing at the end of the current Season 6. Marc Guggenheim is taking a back seat on the two series he co-created and has been executive producing/co-showrunning, Arrow (alongside Mericle) and Legends of Tomorrow (alongside Phil Klemmer). He is transitioning to an executive consultant role on both shows. Current Legends co-showrunner Klemmer will become the sole showrunner in the upcoming fourth season.driving force behind all of the CW’s DC tv shows. Mericle has been on Arrow since after the pilot and a co-showrunner since Season 4.
“We are all so incredibly thrilled to announce Beth Schwartz as the new showrunner of Arrow,” Berlanti said. “She has been a source of some of the show’s most exciting and memorable moments from the beginning. Beth is a true leader and a captivating storyteller, and we all can’t wait for the audience to see what she and her team dream up as they take Arrow into its next big chapter.” Berlanti is the driving force behind the DC shows on the CW.
Guggenheim co-created Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow with Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg. Berlanti Prods. and Warner Bros. TV tweaked the leadership of two other DC series, co-created/co-showrun by Kreisberg, The Flash and Supergirl, earlier this season when he was fired over sexual harassment allegations. Berlanti stepped in for him, assuming additional responsibilities on both The Flash, where he worked closely with executive producer/co-showrunner Todd Helbing, and Supergirl, where he partnered with executive producers/co-showrunners Robert Rovner and Jessica Queller. Helbing will continue as showrunner on The Flash and Rovner and Queller as showrunners on Supergirl. Salim Akil is the showrunner of freshman Black Lightning, renewed for Season 2.
Now in the comics Dr. Shin is a character Who Tom Curry came to, to help Arthur Curry (Aquaman) learn about his abilities. Then afterwards he became obsessed with discovering the city of Atlantis.
Now pickups, as Wan mentioned aren’t necessarily full on reshoots, they are to many times get extra coverage and in this case add a new character. So my fingers are crossed this adds on to make this film a success.
Aquaman is set to hit theaters just in time for Christmas this year on December 21st.
This is according to Stranger Things star Charlie Heaton who plays Cannonball.
Now when The New Mutants was first announced it was somewhat implied that it would take on the horror elements this making it a horror film and even take on the rated R rating. But that was dispelled and then it was said it would take on the rated PG-13 rating. Next came both the push backs and reshoots has delayed the film to February of 2019. However, Heaton gives somewhat of a confirmation that we are a full-fledged horror movie.
“It’s basically about these mutants in a facility for damaged mutants. It’s a story about these characters coming to grips with who they are and it’s a horror X-Men movie, which we haven’t seen before. I feel like, for an X-Men movie, yeah, I think they’re going full-fledged horror. Without saying too much — I really don’t want to give away too much what it’s about, it’s very under wraps — but it is, in terms of anything we’ve seen in the X-Men world, it definitely is a horror film. It’s scarier than anything we’ve seen in that genre.”
This is definitely good news for fans who were looking forward to being scared in theaters. But also we can’t fully be sure this film may actually hit theaters. With the impending finalization of the Fox/Disney deal, this movie may go straight to the Disney streaming site or even straight to DVD/Blu-Ray or digital download.
But let not dwell too much on that. Heaton gives us some insight as to what we can expect from his character Cannonball: “Sam comes from Kentucky, and he’s kind of a working-class boy, and he has the ability to project himself through the sky like a cannonball.”
Ok then. We’re potentially going to see abilities as well on display as we should. Are you still excited for The New Mutants? Give us your thoughts.