It was rumored that Zack Snyder would be posting a 5 second teaser for the new Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer that should be hitting next week. He decided not to wait until morning though, posting it just an hour ago. Check out his tweet that includes the video and a link for your chance to see the Trailer’s premiere next Monday on April 20th at a local theater near you. (more…)
While it won’t really help those jonesing for more Daredevil, there are some new on set pictures coming out of Netflix‘s A.K.A. Jessica Jones production. Yesterday we got our first look at David Tennant as The Purple Man, today we get a look at Mike Colter as Luke Cage. (more…)
It’s important to remember the past, if only not to repeat its mistakes. Director George Miller remembers, just like Pepperidge Farms. His latest exploration of the apocalyptic world he created back in 1990, Mad Max: Fury Road released a fabulous trailer today that pays homage to those glorious days of yesteryear, and gets us all pumped up for what’s coming to theater screens on May 15th. (more…)
Rumor hit the Internet yesterday that the first five seconds of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer will be leaked by the film’s director Zack Snyder tomorrow at 9am. Just an hour before the Star Wars Celebration in Anaheim kicks off. Read on to find out why I’m personally excited about this as well as get more details on the trailer. Feel free to yell at me in the comments about how Batman isn’t that great. Fight me IRL, I don’t care. With any luck, this is going to be a bloodbath. (more…)
The Guardians of The Galaxy ending revealed that Starlord’s ability to hold the Infinity Stone for extended period of time (and not disintegrate) was due to his otherworldly DNA – imparted to him from his absentee space Daddy. Teasing a mysterious unknown father figure from space seemed to set-up a significant plot point for Guardians of the Galaxy 2. While director James Gun has said that revelation will be addressed, it won’t be as significantly important as it was assumed to be. It’s not going to be a big secret. The real focal point is what the relationship is to that character. (more…)
While fans have waited over ten years for The Incredibles sequel, that long wait is almost over. Brad Bird announced just last week that he was in the process of writing The Incredibles 2. Now that the “Cape is on the superhero,” so to speak, media folks are starting to ask more specific questions about the sequel.
Unlike Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman, which has been scarce in production photos and videos, Sony’s Deadpool has been a non-stop media blitz. Almost every day star Ryan Reynolds is Tweeting pictures of himself in costume (and fan posters like the one above), or there’s a myriad of a set videos of Deadpool in action. Perhaps this is a conscious choice. For a comic character of this caliber and for the film to have an R rating, as well as being a project that sat on the shelf for years, maybe the Studio is letting things get out to continue the online buzz with the end result of putting as many asses in seats as possible?
Whether or not that’s true, well, it doesn’t really matter now does it. Fans are eating it up. The latest from Deadpool gives us our first look at Negasonic Teenage Warhead, played by newcomer Brianna Hildebrand. Meanwhile, set photos have surfaced of Colossus, which is interesting because no actor has been announced for the role as of yet. (more…)
It’s the lunch hour, so why not make some time to get stoked about the biggest comic book movie of all time (to date): Avengers: Age of Ultron. The internet’s been exploding the last several days with new clips and promotion of the Marvel Studios film, which remains two very anxious weeks away from release. But perhaps your desire for superhero fun and excitement can be fed with the following clips. The stars of Avengers were very busy yesterday with red carpets and talk show appearances, while the studio is busy releasing new scenes, and new advertisements to convince fans who were already excited about this project mere minutes after 2012’s The Avengers ended, why they should be even more excited.
Well, this was almost sadly inevitable, and things were going so well for Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment with Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice coming out in less than a year, and Suicide Squad building some solid hype now that productions begun… As of this morning though, there’s news that there’s now trouble in paradise, or rather on Paradise Island. The long suffering superhero franchise in waiting, Wonder Woman, must now endure another setback, and it’s an old story if you’ve been following along with the seemingly decades long attempt to make the Amazonian princess into a big screen action star. Sadly, the search for a director is on again with Michelle MacLaren out of the job. (more…)
While there’s no Captain Marvel Easter Egg or Cameo in Avengers: Age of Ultron, there is some news on the Captain Marvel movie front. Marvel has narrowed their choices on who will be writing the Captain Marvel script to two: Nicole Perlman (Guardians of the Galaxy) and Meg LeFauve (Inside-Out). The thing is, it’s not a choice between the two, Marvel wants them both. (more…)