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‘Brightburn’ Blu-ray Review

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Stars: Elizabeth Banks, David Denman, Jackson A. Dunn, Abraham Clinkscales, Christian Finlayson, Jennifer Holland, Emmie Hunter, Matt Jones, Meredith Hagner, Becky Wahlstrom, Terence Rosemore, Gregory Alan Williams, Elizabeth Becka, Annie Humphrey | Written by Brian Gunn, Mark Gunn | Directed by David Yarovesky

Brightburn is directed by David Yarovesky and is the first and seemingly last entry in the shared nepotism universe of the Gunn family. Produced by James Gunn and written by Brian and Mark Gunn, Brightburn follows Elizabeth Banks and David Denman as married couple Tori and Kyle Breyer who are one night shocked to discover an unknown terrestrial object crash land outside their farm. On discovery, they find a baby boy, who they take in as one of their own as son Brandon. Hidden from the truth of his origin and beginning to develop into a young man, on his twelfth birthday Brandon’s life slowly begins to unravel
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‘Brightburn’ Review

  • Nerdly
Stars: Elizabeth Banks, David Denman, Jackson A. Dunn, Abraham Clinkscales, Christian Finlayson, Jennifer Holland, Emmie Hunter, Matt Jones, Meredith Hagner, Becky Wahlstrom, Terence Rosemore, Gregory Alan Williams, Elizabeth Becka, Annie Humphrey | Written by Brian Gunn, Mark Gunn | Directed by David Yarovesky

Brightburn is directed by David Yarovesky and is the first and seemingly last entry in the shared nepotism universe of the Gunn family. Produced by James Gunn and written by Brian and Mark Gunn, Brightburn follows Elizabeth Banks and David Denman as married couple Tori and Kyle Breyer who are one night shocked to discover an unknown terrestrial object crash land outside their farm. On discovery, they find a baby boy, who they take in as one of their own as son Brandon. Hidden from the truth of his origin and beginning to develop into a young man, on his twelfth birthday Brandon’s life slowly begins to unravel
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Exclusive Brightburn Interviews: Elizabeth Banks, James Gunn, David Denman & more on the horror/superhero mashup

Elizabeth Banks, David Denman, Jackson Dunn, Director David Yarovesky and Producer James Gunn are interviewed by DaniElle DeLaite for their movie Brightburn which moulds the superhero movie with the horror genre. The film was written by Brian Gunn and Mark Gunn and also stars Abraham Clinkscales, Christian Finlayson, Jennifer Holland and Emmie Hunter.

Jackson Dunn talks about the many different variants of the Brightburn suit he tried on, and then how he felt stepping into the final costume. Elizabeth Banks tells us about the time she walked into the dressing room with dozens of Brightburn masks staring at her.

Related: We loved the film – here’s our glowing review.

James Gunn talks about taking elements of the superhero and horror genres and making something new and exciting. The idea of a superhero that was actually a supervillain is a very simple one, and Gunn talked about deconstructing superhero myths to help bring this idea alive.
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‘Atlanta’ Review: Donald Glover Goes Back to Middle School in a Harrowing Look at How Little Things Change

‘Atlanta’ Review: Donald Glover Goes Back to Middle School in a Harrowing Look at How Little Things Change
[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for “Atlanta” Season 2, Episode 10, “Fubu.”]

Even before the principal delivered the fateful news about Devin, “Fubu” carried a lot of weight. Following up last week’s fateful fissure between Earn (Donald Glover) and Alfred (Brian Tyree Henry), the penultimate episode of “Robbin’ Season” flashed back all the way to the cousins’ childhood; specifically, to one fateful day in middle school when Earn’s excitement over a new Fubu shirt took a turn no one could see coming — and helped define the duo’s relationship for life.

Summary

Opening in a Marshalls (with a not-so-out-of-place city’s name scrawled on the wall), Episode 10 introduces Earn (Alkoya Brunson) as a happy kid who’s so excited to find a Fubu shirt he can afford, he can’t even sleep the day before he gets to wear it. With a smile on his face, the middle-schooler bounces onto the bus and receives a quick
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