Science Fiction has seen an epic resurge in pop culture popularity in recent years. From the expansion of gaming culture, to new Star Wars films, and to the trendiness of nerdy conventions, it’s truly a golden age for stories dreaming of scientific possibilities.
One of the most classic outlets of this futuristic, scientific, space wanderlust has always been Star Trek. The franchise has been a vital part of the science fiction consciousness since Captain Kirk took helm of the USS Enterprise in 1966. Like many sci-fi classics, it’s been a strong component of this resurge and its return has spawned a new slew of films and series.
Warner Brothers is celebrating the start of production on Wonder Woman 1984 by debuting two first look photos from the highly anticipated superhero sequel.
Patti Jenkins got the ball rolling with a tweet of an image that confirms Chris Pine is returning as Steve Trevor. Then Gal Gadot tweeted an image of herself in front of a bank of TVs with 80s images.
In addition to Gadot and Pine, the sequel’s cast includes Pedro Pascal and Kristen Wiig in the role of the super-villain The Cheetah.
If you’ve been wondering why Wonder Woman, the forth coming Warner Bros. movie featuring not only the 75 year old character’s first big screen solo effort but also arguably the biggest female lead superhero film ever (sorry 2005’s Elektra,) seems to be a little light in the promotional department well you are not alone. It really does feel like the film is getting less attention marketing wise than the previous DCEU outing, the much loved and maligned Suicide Squad, or even Justice League which doesn’t come out till this November.
Well, with a little over a month away till the Themyscira Princess’ movie hits theatres, the latest episode of FOX’s Gotham dropped a new TV spot for the film. (more…)
This June a legend 75 years in the making arrives on the big screen. The Amazonian warrior princess Wonder Woman is set, if the hype is to be believed, to conquer the box office. The latest trailer custom designed to designed to whip that hype up into a frothy fervor debuted tonight, taking Diana from a little princess to the warrior destined to defend the world. (more…)
As promised by director Patty Jenkins, the second Wonder Woman trailer starring Gal Gadot has been released today along with a motion poster. There’s plenty of new footage, information, and a basic story line to check out and then hit the forums and praise or complain about. Gotta say though, this movie is looking good, very good. (more…)
One of the most anticipated movies movies of next is the first ever Wonder Woman feature film, which will star Gal Godot as the titular character. A mythical Grecian warrior hailing from the mystical, all female isle of Themyscira, the film will see the super-heroine enter the world at large when a man, Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) washes up on the shore—but Trevor’s world is one at the brink of war, and when Themyscira needs an emissary to represent themselves in the conflict, Princess Diana, daughter of Zeus, Wonder Woman herself, will take up the role. (more…)
Justin Lin‘s (Fast & Furious) Star Trek Beyond hits theaters this weekend and we’re sure to get an action packed ride, but will Simon Pegg‘s script also provide fans with that Star Trek feeling from the television series and movies that many fans have claimed was missing in the rebooted Star Trek and Star Trek Into Darkness? Check out this last trailer and find out. (more…)
Entertainment Weekly has some new production stills from Patty Jenkin‘s Wonder Woman starring Gal Gadot and Chris Pine. Wonder Woman is a period piece, set in World War I with all the costuming that entails. These latest stills give a look into those costumes and Wonder Woman’s battle armor. (more…)
Warner Bros. is hoping to make big waves at this years SDCC. Saturday the 23rd at 11:30 Warner Bros. will take over Hall H when master of ceremonies Conan O’Brien (Conan) starts things off with cast members and potential first looks at Suicide Squad, The LEGO Batman Movie, Kong: Skull Island, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, and Wonder Woman. Everything was outlined in Warner Bros. latest SDCC16 press release and while it may be a tad bit too soon (crossing your fingers might help) for a full-blown Wonder Woman trailer, a clip or teaser from director Patty Jenkins seems just about right. She’ll be on stage with Gal Gadot and Chris Pine for the Wonder Woman part of the Hall H Warner Bros. Panel. Included in the press release was the first official synopsis for Wonder Woman. (more…)
The old expression goes that there are only two certainties in life: death and taxes. Really, there are a few more certainties than that, but if we were to amend the old axiom, it would be with something a bit more modern. Instead let us say that there are only three certainties in life: death, taxes, and never ending Hollywood franchises. Although Star Trek Beyond is still a couple of months away from being released, and despite the fact there’s only been one (controversial) trailer released so far, Paramount Pictures is already thinking about the follow-up. (more…)