What?! It's Friday again? Not that i'm complaining, we've got the weekend ahead of us AND another top 10 of awesome new Creator posts. Who of you has seen Deadpool? I'm yet to see the film but that 150 million opening weekend has convinced me it must be pretty decent. Anyhow, moving on: here are this week's cool kids. Be sure to check out their posts and don't forget to say hi.
Another two months or so and we'll all be flocking to the cinema to see Captain America: Civil War. That's right, you've got another 2 whole months to discuss one of Marvel's big 2016 releases, Marvel fans rejoice! Jake has taken the time to analyze what we can expect from this highly-anticipated blockbuster. Looking at each and every character, and there are plenty of them to discuss, he summarizes the events that we MIGHT see unfold in Civil War. Spider-Man or no Spider-man, that's the all-important question.
Man of Tomorrow is a fan-made project that is now four years in the making but the wait has been more than worth it. From the Kent farm to the right actors, the creators of Man of Tomorrow totally nailed that Smallville vibe. If you're a fan of the DCEU then I encourage you to check out this fabulous French take on one of our favorite superheroes. And guess what, Batman also happens to make an appearance, as Superman's mentor. I kid you not. There's clearly no room for rivalry in Man of Tomorrow.
Cosplay and Harley Quinn truly seem to be a match made in heaven. I love it when cosplayers put their own spin on a comic book or movie character and Gaia's Harley Quinn cosplay is one of the best I've seen thus far. Trying to be as screen-accurate as possible can be difficult but Gaia has absolutely nailed it. From the hair to the clothes, from the make-up to Harley's unique attitude, the final result is definitely worth a couple of minutes of your time.
"FOX's Grease Live Gives Us What We've Been Waiting For From Live Musicals on TV. I Thought This Would Be So Bad, and I Was Wrong." BY Emma Larson
Grease is without a doubt one of my favorite musicals EVER. It used to be a sleepover essential, we'd sing along with all the songs and pretend WE were Sandy. Grease was recently performed on live television, starring the likes of Vanessa Hudgens and Julianne Hough. Haven't seen this 2016 rendition of this famous musical yet, and not sure if you even should? Not a problem, Emma Larson is here to take you through Grease 2.0, from its storyline and musical numbers to its casting choices.
If you're looking for some badass superhero fan art then you have come to the right place because Creator Mário Wischral has got a DC treat for you. From Batman to Superman, and from Zatanna to the Flash, his illustrations left none out. It might have taking him some trial and error to achieve this final result but it was definitely worth it. Be sure to check out his great work.
Did you like Sweeney Todd, is horror your go-to genre, and are not partial to the occasional kebab? If you just answered all questions with "why yes, I do" then Creator Dan Pringle has got a treat for YOU. You might never want to eat a kebab again but the K-Shop trailer will have you glued to the screen, from its dramatic beginning to its twisted ending. Semi-inspired by real-life K-Shop incidents, this horror flick is bound to please all the horror fanatics! Be sure to check it out and don't forget to leave Dan a comment.
The title of John Trent's article pretty much says it all, doesn't it? In the introduction to this interesting read, John states, "Nick Spencer, Daniel Acuna, and Paul Renaud’s run on Captain America: Sam Wilson continues to serve as a direct attack on conservatives and libertarians in the form of a comic". Have I gathered your attention? Good. If you're a comic book fanatic then I'd definitely encourage you to check out John's detailed and fascinating exploration of the issue, and don't forget to weigh in on the matter yourself in the comments.
There's nothing like some good, solid fan art. Creator Erik DeAvila is a concept designer and a self-proclaimed über nerd. In other words, he's perfect for Creators.co. From awesome nature pieces to kickass superhero fan art, Erik's fantastic pieces are worth a moment of your time. Be sure to check out his Black Panther and Scarlet Witch pieces, those might be two favorites of mine. Don't forget to welcome Erik to the platform and to tell him which is YOUR favorite!
Games are awesome! They're addictive, exciting and they've got what it takes to be adapted into fantastic TV shows (if done right of course). In response to another article, Creator Axel Cushing shares the games he thinks would be a great fit for small screen adaptation. From The Elder Scrolls to Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic, these possible TV series would no doubt make any film fanatic the happiest person in the world. Do you agree with Axel's top picks? Be sure to leave him a comment to let him know.
"Who in the world is Zoom?" has become the question of all questions. Well, for die-hard fans of The Flash at least. Is he Henry Allen, is he Jay Garrick, or is he someone else? We don't know yet but as a loyal viewer of the show myself I hope we will soon find out. Creator VâMsî Krîshnâ believes he's figured it out and he has put his money on Jay Garrick. What do YOU think? Is it Jay, or do you think VâMsî's theory is way off? Be sure to check out what he has to say and to weigh in on the matter in the comments section.
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