Total Geekall #25: We report on our visit to the Justice League movie set - including what we saw, and what to expect from DC's team-up.
Ben Kendrick is the publisher of Screen Rant, the site's head film critic, as well as host of the Screen Rant Underground and Total Geekall podcast. He is a member of the Denver Film Critics Society as well as the Online Film Critics Society - with work referenced, cited, or syndicated on CNN, Wikipedia, Huffington Post, Rotten Tomatoes, IMDB, Yahoo, and Business Insider, among others. A graduate of the New School’s Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing program, Ben has been passionate about movies ever since standing in line for a midnight showing of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade when he was eight years-old. Thanks to a background in fiction writing, Ben is drawn to films that make story and character a priority; however, that doesn't stop him from enjoying a range of Hollywood offerings - from blockbuster action flicks to campy so-bad-they're-good B-movies. Visit Ben Kendrick's website for info on his fiction work, follow him on Twitter @benkendrick, subscribe to his (humorous) five guys watch The Bachelor podcast, or contact him directly: ben(at)screenrant(dot)com.
Articles by Ben Kendrick
Director Zack Snyder confirms Darkseid's uncle, and elite Apokolips general Steppenwolf as the main movie villain of Justice League.
Following the fateful conclusion to Batman V Superman, we breakdown just how much Man of Steel viewers should expect in the Justice League movie.
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At E3 2016, Sony and Insomniac Games have revealed the fan-favorite studio is working on a triple-A Spider-Man game - exclusive to PS4.
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Total Geekall #22: We discuss Marvel's Civil War II comic book event as well as Captain America's 'Hail HYDRA' reveal.
Monster Trucks director Chris Wedge pokes fun at his film's 'crazy story' - and promises a family adventure packed with heart and high octane action.
X-Men Apocalypse actor Lucas Till previews his new movie Monster Trucks - dishing on the film's action, story, and lovable CGI hero, Creatch.
Want to talk about Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows spoilers without worrying about spoiling it for others? Join our discussion.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows is a faithful adaptation of the fan-favorite 1987 animated series - for better and for worse.
Monster Trucks producer Mary Parent explains why audiences should give new stories a chance - not just sequels and reboots.
X-Men: Apocalypse star reflects on the pressure of bringing Havok to life - and the freedom that came with doing something new in Monster Trucks.
The special effects team behind Monster Trucks explains the movie magic that enables CGI creatures to perform real-life car stunts.