A couple of weeks ago on the Cougar Chronicle, readers were able to experience superhero’s in a whole new way with our article, “Superhero Profiles”. The light, or goodness, in the Marvel and DC comics and movies, were delved into and explained with ease.
But no light can exist without darkness, and no good can exist without evil. So strap yourselves in, because this week the superheroes’ counterparts get their time to shine. That’s right, the fabulously malicious supervillains are taking their turn.
Poison Ivy is a fabulous female supervillain from the DC comic and movie universe. Poison Ivy is probably most well known for her association with the superhero Batman, and her appearances in his comic series. The first appearance she made in a comic was in 1966 in Batman #181, after being created by Robert Kanigher and Sheldon Moldoff. More…
Mean Girls, the movie starring Lindsay Lohan as the main character of Cady Heron, is no doubt a widespread and popular movie. From games to T-shirts, the movie has been spread across so many different mediums, it is almost impossible to not at least know of the movie. So it only makes sense to bring the story from the big screen to Broadway.
The musical comes from the same creator as the movie, Tina Fey. Of course, she wasn’t alone in the creation. She had help with music from Jeff Richmond and lyrics from Nell Benjamin.
Since sometime around 2013, a musical adaptation of the iconic movie has been worked on and developed into an amazing show. Rumors of the show have been spiraling since October of 2016, but nothing was sure at that point. That is, until the National Theatre confirmed the D.C venue on December 30, 2016. More…
Shawn Mendes is a well known nineteen-year-old singer who has gained a large amount of popularity from Vine (RIP VINE). Following his popularity on Vine came his two albums and sold out tours. Well anyone who is a part of the Mendes Army (ME) would know about the constant commotion on when his third album, SM3, would be coming out. Well, you can get your hopes up even more after reading this article about how he has gotten the track list out, as well as the official release date and the pre-order form.
That’s right, SM3 is out on May 25th, with songs featuring Julia Michaels and Khalid. The album’s title is. . . (Drum roll please). . .Shawn Mendes the album! Isn’t that just so original? The tracklist obviously includes “In My Blood” and “Lost In Japan,” but it also incorporates unreleased songs titled:
It has been long rumored that Elsa will not be getting a prince in Frozen 2, but a princess or queen. Frozen 1 was released in 2013, and since then people have been begging to make Elsa a lesbian going as far as creating a petition.
According to the Huffington Post, “In 2013, Disney was applauded for breaking its princess mold with Queen Elsa, a strong, independent female protagonist, in its animated smash, “Frozen.” Subsequently, some LGBT rights advocates began petitioning the company to make the character a lesbian in a “Frozen” sequel, going as far as launching a trending hashtag, #GiveElsaAGirlfriend, on Twitter in May.”More…
2017’s most tweeted about show, 13 Reasons Why, is nothing less than a phenomenon. And so, fans around the world have been buzzing about the release of season two, in hopes that it will come out soon.
There was even a rumor that it would come out at midnight on March 30, which many fans of the show took as a credible release date. However, those who believed the rumor were disappointed to see it was anything but truthful. However, as of now, there has been no given release date besides the year of 2018.
Even still, there is no doubt that a second season will, in fact, be coming and soon. Netflix has announced that fans can expect a second season sometime in 2018. This wasn’t a big shock though, because everyone from the fans to the cast was hoping for it. More…
There are many different types of movies out there, including horror, comedy, thriller, romance, drama, action, war, science fiction, crime, animation, documentary, historical, etc. Which one of those topics is the best to you?
You all know Disneyland, right? Well, Walt Disney’s very own Toontown has turned 25.
What is Toontown, you may ask? Toontown is a “themed land” at Disneyland here in California where visitors can meet the characters and visit their homes which are constructed in a cartoonish style. It was inspired by “Toontown” in the 1988 film, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, in which cartoon characters live alongside humans. More…