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monster entertainment awards 5Ever since the start of the Monster Entertainment Awards, I have always loved leaving the votes up to the people because you end up getting surprised at some of the winners. Obviously, there are those films or albums that you expect to win and they end up winning, but that is expected (also applies to the music side). One of the biggest surprises in my opinion came in the album of the year category, Rock album of the year, and remake of the year to name a few. I really expected Star Wars: The Force Awakens to take movie of the year, but again you always get surprised when the people vote. I want to send a shout out to all the fans of rock band Bobaflex for banding together and getting Anything That Moves as the Rock Album Of The Year because that is what it’s all about when we say fan participation. I also want to send a shout out to anyone that took the time to visit the blog and vote as well. As usual, I am going to review all of the winners on the music side for the album of the week category, but there will only be two (we have already reviewed two of the winners). So, without further ado, here are all the winners:

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Now is your time to make your voices heard as I open the voting for the 5TH Annual Monster Entertainment Awards. This particular post is for the movie side and the rest of the awards we are giving out like Superhero TV Show Of The Year (1st Time), Male Wrestler Of The Year, Female Wrestler Of The Year, etc. Some of the awards you can expect from the movie side are some of the usual’s like Movie Of The Year, Bad ass Movie Of The Year, Horror film of the year, Cameo Of The Year, and more. We have some surprises in some of the categories that may throw you off, but we felt that they were the best of the year. Take your time, look over the categories, cast your vote (it’s your civic duty as fans), and share the hell out of this post. You have until January 31ST at 11:59 PM ET to cast your vote

monster entertainment awards 5I want to welcome everyone to a special time here as we announce the categories and the nominees for each on the Fifth Annual Monster Entertainment Awards. Every year as usual, we award the best in music, TV, and film by nominating the films that we feel kicked ass in 2015. We are doing things a little different this year as we are no longer doing the #FriskyFriday Babe Of The Year Award, but we are still teaming up with MRXPunchOut.Wordpress.com for the Male and Female Wrestlers of the year awards. I hope everyone is excited as another year is behind us and we can celebrate it with the 5TH Annual Monster Entertainment Awards. It’s the award post that celebrates everything in music and movies with wrestling as well cause it’s sports entertainment after all.

The Music Side

Album Of The Year

  1. 25 by Adele
  2. To Pimp A Butterfly by Kendrick Lamar
  3. The Pale Emperor by Marilyn Manson
  4. That’s The Spirit by Bring Me The Horizon
  5. Smoke + Mirrors by Imagine Dragons
  6. Rock Or Bust by AC/DC

Rock Album Of The Year

  1. The Pale Emperor by Marilyn Manson
  2. Psychic Warfare by Clutch
  3. Into The Wildlife by Halestorm
  4. Anything That Moves by Bobaflex
  5. Rock Or Bust by AC/DC
  6. Zipper Down by Eagles of Death Metal

Metal Album Of The Year

  1. Meliora by Ghost
  2. The Book Of Souls by Iron Maiden
  3. VII: Sturm Und Drans by Lamb Of God
  4. Condition Human by Queensryche
  5. Bad Magic by Motorhead
  6. Luminiferous by High On Fire

Heavy Ass Metal Album Of The Year

  1. Apex Predator by Napalm Death
  2. In Times by Enslaved
  3. Repentless by Slayer
  4. Hammer Of The Witches by Cradle Of Filth
  5. Scar Sighted by Leviathan
  6. The Anthropocene Exctinction by Cattle Decapitation

Rap Album Of The Year

  1. To Pimp A Butterfly by Kendrick Lamar
  2. DS2 by Future
  3. At Long. Last. by A$AP Rocky
  4. If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late by Drake
  5. When It’s Dark Out by G Eazy
  6. Compton by Dr. Dre

The Movie Side

Movie Of The Year

  1. Straight Outta Compton
  2. Star Wars: The Force Awakens
  3. Mad Max: Fury Road
  4. The Avengers: Age Of Ultron
  5. Jurassic World
  6. The Martian

Comedy Of The Year

  1. Ted 2
  2. The Night Before
  3. Spy
  4. Trainwreck
  5. Sisters
  6. Get Hard

Animated Film Of The Year

  1. The Good Dinosaur
  2. Hotel Transylvania 2
  3. Inside Out
  4. The Minions
  5. Home
  6. The Peanuts Movie

Horror Film Of The Year

  1. Krampus
  2. Crimson Peak
  3. Sinister 2
  4. Insidious: Chapter 3
  5. The Gallows
  6. Scouts Guide To The Zombie Apocalypse

Bad Ass Film Of The Year

  1. Mad Max: Fury Road
  2. Furious 7
  3. Jurassic World
  4. Spectre
  5. American Ultra
  6. Terminator Genisys

Remake Of The Year

  1. Poltergeist
  2. The Loft
  3. Hitman: Agent 47
  4. Secret In Their Eyes
  5. Point Break

Cameo Of The Year

  1. Eminem (The Interview)
  2. David Beckham (The Man From U.N.C.L.E.)
  3. Mark Hamil (Kingsman: The Secret Service)
  4. Liam Neeson (Entourage)
  5. John Cena (Daddy’s Home)
  6. Matthew Broderick (Trainwreck)

Superhero (Comic Book) Movie Of The Year

  1. Fantastic Four
  2. Ant Man
  3. Avengers: Age Of Ultron
  4. Justice League: Throne of Atlantis
  5. Batman Vs Robin

Superhero TV Series Of The Year

  1. The Flash
  2. Gotham
  3. Jessica Jones
  4. Agent Carter
  5. Daredevil
  6. Arrow

Stand Up Comedy Special Of The Year

  1. I’m Brent Morin by Brent Morin
  2. Amy Schumer: Live At The Apollo
  3. John Mulaney: The Comedback Kid
  4. Chris Tucker Live
  5. Chris D’Elia Incorrigible
  6. Ralphie May: Unruly

Male Wrestler Of The Year

  1. Roman Reigns
  2. Seth Rollins
  3. Dean Ambrose
  4. Kevin Owens
  5. Finn Balor
  6. AJ Styles
  7. Jay Lethal

Female Wrestler Of The Year

  1. Nikki Bella
  2. Paige
  3. Becky Lynch
  4. Charlotte Flair
  5. Velvet Sky
  6. Madison Rayne
  7. Bayley

 

spider-man-john-hughes-pic-630x420While everyone is enjoying all the films that this summer has to offer, I am here to report on some very important information that Marvel head Kevin Feige has let slip out during a promotional tour for Ant-Man. The first piece of news that I am reporting to all of you is on the brand new Spider-Man film that Marvel announced that it will be doing since they acquired the rights to Spider-Man from Sony. Tom Holland who starred in the film The Impossible and Locke, was announced as the next actor to take over the reigns of Spider-Man (Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire have played the character before). Well, Tom has taken some heat as of late for the fact that he is a baby faced actor as some fans have expressed their dislike in the choice, but reality is that Peter Parker was 15 years old when he was bitten by the Spider. Plus while on the promotional tour Feige has stated that they were inspired by John Hughes films when it came to the next Spider-Man movie. Feige says in an interview with Birth. Movies. Death, “It’s the soap opera in high school, and those supporting characters, that are interesting. Just as we hadn’t seen a heist movie in a long time, or a shrinking movie in a long time, we haven’t seen a John Hughes movie in a long time. Not that we can make a John Hughes movie — only John Hughes could — but we’re inspired by him, and merging that with the superhero genre in a way we haven’t done before excites us […] Particularly at that age, in high school, everything feels like life or death. The tests feel like life or death. Coming home from being out with your friends seemed like life or death. The stakes are high at that age.” He has also gone on record at the promotional tour naming some names that they are contemplating as being the next villains for Spider-Man as they probably will not do another origin story, “Right now we’re interested in seeing villains we haven’t seen before.” The Sinister Six would be cool villains for Spider-Man, but we’ll have to wait to find out. Spider-Man will appear in Captain America: Civil War in 2016.

guardians-of-the-galaxy-vol-2Kevin Feige also managed to let some information on the very next Guardians Of The Galaxy film out while on the promotional tour for Ant-Man. Apparently, the next film will be titled Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 which is actually a clever title for the next film seeing as at the end of the first film, he pops in volume 2 of his Awesome Mix. Of course, after he realized that he had let it slip out, he refused to confirm the very news, but never fear because GOTG director James Gunn confirmed the info himself. Gunn released a statement that read as follows:

Yes, the official title of the sequel to Guardians of the Galaxy is Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.

Kevin Feige recently let the title slip while doing Ant-Man press, which I’m really happy about because God knows I’ve let more than one thing slip accidentally while chattering away on this FB page.

Also, hats off to some intrepid fans who figured out the title a couple of days after I posted the cover page. More than one person guessed “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” – I wanted so badly to give you props at the time, but knew I had to wait.

For Kevin to mess up. Haha.

PS ANT-MAN PREMIERE TONIGHT AND I AM STOKED!

The film will be released on May 17, 2017 and we are still waiting on information as to who will be the next to join them or who the villain for the next film is. Check out Ant-Man in theaters July 17, 2015.

top gunFor the life of me I do not understand the logic in Hollywood as a sequel to the 1986 classic Top Gun has been confirmed 30 years after the original film. The question going into the announcement of the film was whether or not Tom Cruise was going to reprise his role as Maverick for the sequel. Skydance CEO David Ellison didn’t call him out by name, but he pretty much confirmed that Tom Cruise will be apart f it as he said, “There is no ‘Top Gun’ without Maverick, and it is going to be Maverick playing Maverick.” As far as what the film would evolve around, here is what he revealed as well, “It is very much a world we live in today where it’s drone technology and fifth generation fighters… It’s really exploring the end of an era of dogfighting and fighter pilots and what that culture is today.” I guess you are either excited or displeased over the news, but what are you going to do?

We also have some Box Office News for the weekend of June 26, 2015 which saw the release of the Universal Sequel Ted 2. Even though the first film was a juggernaut, ti had no chance to dominate at the box office as it went up against record breaking Jurassic World and the awesome Pixar flick Inside Out. While the film opened with 33 Million in sales, it wasn’t enough to beat the films I mentioned above and it failed to beat the numbers the first film posted. Check out the numbers below:

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