What I Want to See


Doctor Who
by Michael Cole (Published by December 20, 2017)


by Michael Cole (Published on December 10, 2017)

After 22 years, we’re getting a new Jumanji, and if it’s successful, you can be sure that a franchise will develop behind it, and here’s what I’m hoping for when it comes to the future of Jumanji.


by Michael Cole (Published on 2, 2017)

A deep dive into what I want to see happen in the future with Netflix’s show Trollhunters by Guillermo Del Toro.  I’m a big fan, and I have faith in what they’re doing with it, but this my ultimate wishlist for Del Toro’s direction!


by Michael Cole (Published on November 12, 2017)

Pixar has been at the top of the animation game for the last twenty years, and as they keep making films, I really want them to stay there.  This is how I think they can do that.


by Michael Cole (Published on October 29, 2017)

Well, if you haven’t been living under a rock, you probably know that Hugh Jackman is done being Wolverine in the X-Men films, and while most of us want some Wolverine-free X-Men time, they’re undoubtedly going to recast the role, and likely sooner and not later.  I hope they do it right, and I have a plan as to how they can!


MCU Phase 4
by Michael Cole (Published on October 15, 2017)

The MCU is a train barreling down the tracks, that doesn’t appear as if it will ever be derailed, but as time moves forward, some of the original cast will begin to grow too old for the action, or perhaps want to make different creative choices in their careers.  Marvel has already begun structuring their universe in order to accommodate some of those changes, but there is more to be done!


Game of Thrones Spin-Off
by Michael Cole (Published on October 4, 2017)

Did you know that HBO has greenlit development on 5 GoT spin-offs already?  Hopefully this concept is in the mix over there!


The Star Wars Anthology Films
by Michael Cole (Published on September 21, 2017)

We’ve already seen Rogue One in all of its glory, and we’re preparing for the Han Solo film (please don’t be a dumpster fire!), with the promise of more “Star Wars Anthology” films to come.  I’m excited for them, but I think what I want, and what Disney wants aren’t necessarily the same thing.  I hope they veer off course a little and don’t hesitate to get a bit weirder.