In less than a month, the final chapter of of The Hunger Games saga will begin, and a little over a year from now it will end. Mockingjay – Part 1 bows in theaters in a couple of weeks, but you can buy tickets for the film today. You know what else that’s available today? A new promo clip for the film! For those of you, who saw one or both of the previous Hunger Games segments, but were unimpressed with the format, then you should know that Mockingjay blows things up both actually and stylistically by following the all-out civil war between the citizens of the various districts of Panem and the Capitol that rules them all under jack boots and iron fists. The “Hell yeah!” moment of this clip features our heroine Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) with a very special message for the Capitol’s villain-in-chief, President Snow (Donald Sutherland). (more…)
It’s just seven more sleeps until Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. returns with all new adventures that will pit
Agent Director Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg) and his ragtag crew against a world that sees S.H.I.E.L.D. as the bad guy. We’ve seen a sneak peak, but now through the power of social media we get our first good look at next week’s season premiere. The show left a lot of dangling threads when it went on hiatus in May, and it seems as though S.H.I.E.L.D. is going to waste no time in dropping some new clues to those lingering mysteries. So what do the S.H.I.E.L.D. gang have in store for season 2? Let’s check it out. (more…)
The more I see of Star Wars: Rebels, the more I get excited about it. I wish I could have said the same about The Clone Wars animated series, but while I will admit that it got better with time, that initial taste offered in movie theaters left a lot to be desired. There’s nothing bitter about these Rebels shorts though, and once again this sneak peak at the upcoming Disney XD show reinforces the idea that it’s going to fun, action-packed and has a pretty decent sense of humor. In “Entanglement,” the new character Zeb proves that while the Force may not be with him, he can definitely still use force. (more…)
If there’s been an overriding theme to all the trailers and videos relating to the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie so far, it’s been that Megan Fox doesn’t talk. Considering that Fox plays the highly pivotal role of April O’Neil, the Turtles’ first human friend, and ostensibly the main character in the film, that’s kind of weird. Now, I think we all know that when Megan Fox opens her mouth, controversy sometimes follows, so maybe it’s for the best that we haven’t heard April talk. Until now. In the first clip from the film, April talks about the unusual situation she finds herself in concerning New York’s newest heroes, and Fox gives it all of her somewhat limited acting ability. (more…)
What is it, like 20 days till this thing is finally released? Quit teasing us Marvel! We’re more than hyped up enough! Okay, so it’s unlikely that’s going to happen three weeks out from the release of a huge studio movie like Captain America: The Winter Soldier, but it seems at this rate Marvel will have release the whole thing on Youtube one minute at a time by then. Today’s minute features a meeting of the minds, the minds of S.H.I.E.L.D. that is. Continue below to watch. (more…)
Actually, it’s more like Lady Sif and the Warriors Three fight, but the movie is called THOR: The Dark World after all. In this brief, but active clip, Asgard’s finest warriors seem a bit in over their head till the God of Thunder appears and swings his might hammer. So to viewers from one end of the internet to the other: Llllllllllllllllllllllllllllet’s get ready to rumble!!!!!!!! (more…)
Your favorite toys are returning for a new adventure, and you don’t even have to leave your (bad dream) house to enjoy it. ABC, Disney and Pixar are bringing the gang from Toy Story to TV in the special Toy Story of TERROR! and it looks like it promises the same mix of humor, charm and heartfelt emotion that made the three Toy Story movies very, and repeatedly, enjoyable.
The below clip comes from TV Guide and it offers a hint as to the special’s storyline and some of the toy characters who play a part in the spine-tingling tale. Not to spoil anything, but it involves a missing Potato-Head, some dinosaur drama, some mysterious goo, and some wise (not to mention meta) words of advise from Mr. Pricklepants.
But why take my word for it, let’s role the clip below:
Toy Story of Terror will air on ABC on October 16, and rerun on ABC Family on October 19.
We’ve seen a lot of action from the trailers of Neill Blomkamp‘s District 9 follow-up Elysium, but almost nothing on the characters of the film. In a future where Earth has been exhausted of resources, the poor live in what remains and the rich live on an extravagant space station social classes still have a job to do.
Now in the first clip from Elysium we get our first real interaction with Max, played by Matt Damon, as he does his best to explain his actions for an incident earlier in the film to a robotic parole officer. As a former car thief, Max has been doing his best to stay on the straight and narrow, but when the officer is less than receptive to Max’s “misunderstanding” it’s hard to not be a little sarcastic. You’d have the same trouble too if you were talking into something made for a drive through.
It’s not much, but the clip gives you a nice insight into the difficulties of living on planet with robotic enforcement and judgement. Not only that, but you get a nice way of seeing that our hero in Elysium isn’t someone who come out guns blazing into the streets, he’s just nother person trying to get by before fate intervenes.
Elysium starring Matt Damon, Jodie Foster, Sharlto Copley, Wagner Moura and Alice Braga, Elysium will arrive in theaters next month on August 9th.
A few lucky bastards (small ‘b’, not big ‘B’) got the chance to see the new Marvel Studios short film Agent Carter while at Comic Con this past weekend. For the rest of us though, there’s the following clip courtesy of IGN that shows Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) in action in post-war New York City. Assigned to a desk job at the New York office of the proto-version of S.H.I.E.L.D., Peggy finds herself thrust back into action. And we’ll let the clip take it from there:
Agent Carter will be included on the Blu-ray of Captain America: The Winter Soldier to be released sometime in 2014.
Just a week and two days (well, one day if you count preview screenings next Thursday night) till the new Man of Steel hits theaters, and the clips are rolling in…
In this one, which was shown on Jimmy Kimmel during an interview with Amy Adams who, if you didn’t know, plays Lois Lane in the film, is an extension of a scene from the most recent trailer, with Lois and Superman (Henry Cavill) talking in a cell as the Man of Tomorrow is taken into custody by the U.S. military.
So what else is going on? Let’s tune in to Kimmel, already in progress…
What do you Bastards think? Excited to finally see this thing already?
Source: Bleeding Cool