Worldbuilding is one of a writer’s most important tasks. Whatever you write, whether it’s regular fiction or science fiction, whether it’s for books, movies, comics, television, or even video games, you need to build a strong foundation for it. You need to build a world for it.
WandaVision is being hailed as a bold and experimental miniseries. But is it really that different from the rest of the MCU? I talk about the show itself and what I feel were its missed opportunities.
Comic books and video games are difficult to adapt into movies. Even with all the recent success, some still go unnoticed.
The X-Men movie franchise has had it’s ups and downs, but I really feel it deserves more appreciation than it gets, especially now.
Critics have been giving the X-Men movies grief for a long time, especially the latest one; but there are really only two X-Men movies I don’t recommend. Which ones are they? Just listen.
In a lot of cases, the “twist” is the most famous and popular part of a story. For me, though, it’s my least favorite part. (My Twitter accounts have since been voluntarily deleted. You can listen to my reasons for doing so here: …About Leaving Twitter – Stephen’s Site (stephens.website) )
There are a lot of reasons to be concerned about Disney’s recent acquisition of 20th Century Fox. But, there are reasons to be hopeful, as well.