Bowing out this year’s crazy number of Marvel Studios releases on Disney+ is “Hawkeye”. Another “sideshow superhero” who is finally getting his chance to shine, will Clint Barton and Kate Bishop’s dynamic archery duo hit the target dead centre?
“Frozen”, Disney’s highest-grossing animated film (before its sequel came out) and arguably the most popular of the 21st Century, is now a musical that has finally arrived in London’s West End! But how does it translate to the stage and compare to the film? Find out in my review here.
Disney On Ice returns this year for its new show “Find Your Hero”. But while it is visually spectacular with a cast of talented skaters there to excite audiences, its name is slightly misleading and not as extravagant as its 2019 show “100 Years of Magic”.
After more than a decade in talks and production and a year later than its original release, “Black Widow” has finally been released. A much overdue origin story focusing on Natasha Romanoff, played by the ever-popular Scarlett Johansson, will this be a fitting end for her character’s era in the MCU as she comes face-to-fist with her troubled past?
Season 2 of “Love, Victor” is out now! Follow this post for weekly updates of my review of this show as Victor and Benji’s relationship is set to go public at school, Mia continues to struggle with that and everything else going on in her life, and both Victor’s parents try to put on brave faces through their separation and after their son’s coming out.
“If she doesn’t scare you, no evil thing will!” Well, this reimagined, younger, punk rock rebel version of Cruella de Vil isn’t scary but she’s definitely a badass. Read here to find out what I thought of the new Cruella film, starring Emma Stone and Emma Thompson.
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who is the baddest villain of them all? With the new film “Cruella” starring Emma Stone being released, I’ve decided to list my top 10 favourite Disney villains. Who has made the brutal cut?
Following on from the acclaimed WandaVision series comes The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which brings together Captain America’s two former friends as they have to team up once more! This review will be done in six parts as each episode is released.
Is it a sitcom? Is it an action thriller? Is it a mystery drama? No, WandaVision a unique mixture of all three genres that has had us all under its spell as it took us on a magical journey to explore the new but not all it seems lives of Wanda and Vision.
“Love, Victor”, the spin-off series to the film “Love, Simon”, has debuted on Disney+. Follow this post to read more about it as new episodes are released each week!