Gearing up for the conclusion of the Avengers franchise, with a movie appropriately titled “Avengers: Endgame,” Marvel is capping phase three of its cinematic universe by presenting new-comer Carol Danvers (aka Captain Marvel), in her very own stand-alone, self-titled film.
Directed by Robert Anthony Rodriguez and produced by Jon Landau, “Alita: Battle Angel” is set to hit American theaters on Feb. 14, just in time for Valentine’s Day.
With a star-studded cast and a hilariously gripping storyline, it’s no surprise that Tyler Perry’s latest movie had the entire audience falling out of their chairs.
Diego Garcia talks like a painter, but his canvas is the silver screen.
“Having all my friends and family here for this means the world. Thank you for allowing me to express my crazy and creative mind, especially in my hometown here in Miami,” Gutierrez said.
“The same people keep messing up and keep getting the same opportunities over and over,” Munn said in a Skype Q&A session Monday night. “The rest of us have to go to the back of the line and work our way up.”
On Sept. 13, “Mandy,” a film which the company has backed since its inception, will be screening across the country.
For sophomore Zoe Prescod, the movie hit close to home. “I cried because it was relatable,” she said.