Leon Miller is a freelance writer at Screen Rant, contributing regular list articles covering a wide range of pop culture subjects. A lifelong comic book reader, he is also an avid fan of film and TV, and enjoys providing commentary on all three visual storytelling mediums. In addition to his work for Screen Rant, Leon is an up and coming writer and artist in his own right, and you can view his portfolio on his website, The Pop Culture Studio. Originally from Australia, Leon currently resides in London, and when he’s not writing, drawing or sleeping, he’s likely to be found checking out all the sights Europe has to offer.
Articles by Leon Miller
The Lord Of The Rings: 10 Ways The Animated Movie Was More Faithful To The Books Than The Jackson Trilogy
Ralph Bakshi’s 1978 adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s fantasy epic often hews far more closely to the source material than its live action counterpart.
Christopher Nolan’s Batman films are among the best superhero movies of all time – but they still leave plenty of plot threads dangling!
Movie franchises run out of steam all the time – although some manage to recover after a terrible sequel!
From Captain America’s shield to Thor’s hammer, pretty much every MCU iconic weapon has changed hands over the years.
Amazon’s Lord of the Ring show is set to shed new light on Middle-earth’s history – but there are still plenty of big moments that won’t make the cut.
Forget the conversation surrounding the live action remake of The Little Mermaid – Disney altered the source material way more the first time around!
The Incredible Hulk is often dismissed as an insignificant entry in the wider MCU canon, but this is a major misconception.
Now Game of Thrones has wrapped up on the small screen, time to start guessing how A Song of Ice and Fire will be different.
Everybody talks about the likes of Taxi Driver, Raging Bull and Goodfellas, but the films on this list deserve a mention too.
How much do you know about one of Game of Thrones' best known castles, the seat of the Starks in the North?
Comic book fans can be notoriously unforgiving when filmmakers alter the source material, but nobody seemed to mind these changes.
It would take the Man of Steel’s famed X-Ray vision to spot some of these subtle creative touches.
Sometimes stunt performers are virtually indistinguishable from the actors they’re standing in for. Other times, not so much.
Marvel and DC tend to dominate the superhero movie scene, but they're not the only one bringing heroes to the silver screen.
The Star Trek films are jam-packed with hard-to-spot creative touches – and First Contact is no exception.
Protecting the world from the forces of evil is hard work – so it’s baffling that these heroes don’t use all the powers at their disposal.