This week on End Credits, we’re not back in the movie theatre yet, but we’re getting so very close, and we’re going to talk a little about that. There’s a lot of ground to cover in our first news segment in a while, and we’re going to tackle one of the biggest movies released so far in this pre-post-pandemic era, the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe entry, Black Widow.
This Wednesday, July 14, at 3 pm, Adam A. Donaldson and Candice Lepage will discuss:
A Donner Party. When the man who made Goonies, Superman the Movie, and the Lethal Weapon movies passes away, you have to mark his passing. The death of Richard Donner is one of the news stories we’ll talk about this week, along with the passing of his fellow filmmaker Robert Downey Sr., the next big Zack Snyder project for Netflix, a tomorrow for Tomorrow War, and the plan to finally re-open movie theatres here in Ontario later this week.
REVIEW: Black Widow (2021). Can you believe it’s been almost two year since we’ve gotten a new Marvel Studios movie? For 10 years, there’s been a new Marvel movie every year, and it’s been a decade since Scarlett Johansson first graced our screens as Black Widow, the assassin turned spy turned Avenger who was the first prominent female hero in the MCU. Now, Black Widow finally gets a starring role in her own named film, a globe-trotting adventure that takes her into the past she thought she put behind her, so is Black Widow the movie worth the wait?
End Credits is on CFRU 93.3 fm and cfru.ca Wednesday at 3 pm.