C.J. Hawkings has written for the now-defunct Entertainment website, Movie Pilot and the still functioning WhatCulture and ScreenRant. She now writes for FanSided and is loving it!
How to Train your Dragon has inspired many people, but did you know the films were loosely based off English author Cressida Cowell’s book series of the same name?
It’s the sequel that Mulan fans didn’t really want, but got anyway. Here’s this week’s Flashback Friday and see what happen when Mushu tries to break Mulan and Shang up just so he can keep his role.
Nothing says ungrateful better than a fan base that blasts a TV show? A fan base that blasts a storyline about a baby swap and a mother that grieves the loss of her thought-to-be deceased child.
She’s the mutant who’s best known for her red hair and her relationship with Cyclops, however she’s been though a lot in her life. She’s died several times, lost the love of her life to her ‘clone’ and she’s flirted with danger while trying to avoid Wolverine’s advantages. Jean Grey is not your typical mutant badass. She has a dual personality and a powerful one at that. She’s a hero!
Krypton Season 1 was full of surprises. From Zod being Seg’s son to the patriarch of the House of El getting sucked into The Phantom Zone, the one thing that stands out is the love triangle that festered over the course of the season.
She’s the matriarch of the royal family of Wakanda, but there’s so much more to to Queen Mother Ramonda than what you may think
Nina Dobrev is back on the small screen and she’s taking on a role unlike anything she has ever done before. She plays Clem, a newly engaged woman who thinks her family is perfect until her half-sister and their dad show up…
In this week’s Flashback Friday, we cover Disney Animated Classic Mulan and examine what it was like for women in Ancient China
Spider-Gwen, Spider-Gwen does whatever Spider-Gwen does. Can she swing from a web? Yes, she can, she’s a spider. Look out here’s Spider-Gwen.
Ever wanted to know what’s like to see double? Nick Parker and Elizabeth James learn the hard way when their twin daughters plot to get them back together.