First Look at ‘Titan’s Hawk and Dove, Fans Hate “Last Jedi” and More! – ComicCorp News

First Look at ‘Hawk and Dove’ – The first look at Alan Ritchson and Minka Kelly as Hawk and Dove has debuted. This marks the second photo release of the “Titans” cast, not counting the behind the scenes peek at Starfire.

This echoes the tone and style that they were going for with Robin’s initial look.

Is Rob Liefeld Worried about Disney Acquiring “Deadpool”? – To say that Rob Liefeld’s career will forever be defined by Deadpool is an understatement. The live action film starring Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool was a huge success and was a film that Liefeld signed off on, so with the news that Disney will be producing the next slate of X-Men films, Liefeld spoke out on it, saying;

[Disney CEO] Bob Iger didn’t deliver this unprecedented level of historic success for Disney by accident. This man gets it. He understands the culture and more importantly he understands the concerns of the fans. Addressing the Deadpool issue right out of the gate gets high marks and in all honesty, why would they mess with the success that Ryan Reynolds has achieved as Deadpool? The next person I encounter that tells me they want a neutered version of Ryan’s Deadpool will be the first person to express that to me. So smart of Iger to lay that foundation of trust and I for one am so appreciative. It definitely alleviated a concerned Deadpool base.

Last Jedi Poorly Received – Despite what critics are saying about “Star Wars: The Last Jedi”, fans are revolting. The film is currently sitting at a fifty-seven percent, based off of a whopping 65,086 ratings. The film is getting an average score of 3.4 out of 5.

For context, the 2015 Star Wars: The Force Awakens audience score on Rotten Tomatoes is at 88 percent on 223,632 ratings with an average score of 4.3/5.

The critics score the film at a 93 percent for “Last Jedi”. But the one thing we’ve seen much of over the last few years, especially on Rotten Tomatoes, is that the critics and fans usually differ largely on a movie.

Quick Hits – Director Chad Stahelski and his producing partner, Basil Iwanyk are working on a “Kill or Be Killed” film. Michael Chiklis wants to reprise “The Thing” for the MCU.