With Disney’s $4 billion acquisition of the Star Wars license in October of 2012, a lot of things have changed. One of those changes is that new movies based in the Star Wars universe are rolling out on a regular basis.
Friday, December 16th saw the release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story to theaters across the US.
Rogue One introduced us to Jyn Erso, Cassian Andor, K-2S0, Baze Malbus, Saw Gerrera, Chirrut Îmwe, and more. Each character played a pivotal role in the attack on the Death Star.
We were introduced to a backstory that had never been told. How the Rebels infiltrated the Empire and stole the Death Star schematics.
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Meanwhile, DC Comics has floundered in creating a cinematic universe that movie-goers will fall in love with. Movie flops such as Superman Returns and the recent Batman Versus Superman left fans wondering if DC could deliver a worthwhile movie experience.
DC Comics has now given us the Suicide Squad…
The Suicide Squad is made up of unwilling villains who have been forced to work with the US government to stop other meta-humans who are on a rampage.
Who compromises the Suicide Squad? We have a rogues gallery of DC villains.
Harley Quinn: The Joker’s love interest and former psychiatrist
El Diablo: A man who can control fire
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What could be considered Marvel Comic’s biggest superhero team, The Avengers, are split in the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe movie.
Captain America: Civil War is about the struggle two leaders of the Avengers. One wants to move towards government control and sanctions. The other believes this will lead the Avengers to be controlled by those government agencies.
The Avengers split. Half of the Avengers join Captain America. The others side with Iron Man.
This rips the Avengers apart.
We see friend fighting friend. We see beloved characters injured. We see what a split in leadership can do to an organization.
And, as always, we see leadership lessons in a movie.
WARNING: Captain America: Civil War Spoilers Ahead
Leadership Lessons And Quotes From Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War