Guillermo del Toro will return to direct Legendary Pictures’ Pacific Rim 2, the next chapter of the epic rock ’em sock ’em Mech on Kaiju epic action-adventure. While we have about a 3 year wait until del Toro’s Pac Rim 2 is released, Legendary Pictures has released a teaser poster for it on their Pacific RimFacebook feed. It features several warships about be sucked into a vortex in the ocean. Check it out below, and hear what del Toro has to say about a possible 3rd film. (more…)
EDITORS NOTE: Story (SDCC14: Legendary Pictures Unleashes a Hugh Surprise on Hall H) updated from 1/26/14. Update Below.
Legendary Pictures used to be tied to the superhero movie boom but lately they’ve been shepherding movies about big damn monsters (among other things) into theaters with good but not earth shattering results, though it seems clear that, in doubling down with the Godzilla and Pac Rim sequels, their aim is to win audiences over with both the largess of these films and their persistence.
Enter Skull Island, a film based on the mythical island home of King Kong and a complete surprise to the assembled crowd in Hall H and the press when Legendary ran a quick teaser promoting the project. (more…)
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This time on The BastardCast, Jason and Jason discuss sexy Stan Lee‘s sexy views on sexy sex, a Batman-less Batman TV show, the future of the X-Men movie-verse, and the possibility of a Pac Rim sequel that asks…
Is Ron Perlman pregnant with a Kaiju baby?
Also on the show, the boys wring out the Star Wars‘ schmatta rag to get a few drips of mango flavored rumor juice in their hairy, insidious mouths.
Do you want more? Fine! Cats are forging an alliance and taking over the streets and the guys are pretty sure that it’s all a part of a secret evil pussy plan.
Hey, wanna hear Jason yell about reality TV? We can do that for you.
Hey, wanna hear the boys discuss the future of meat? We got that too.
We have all of these things and also, Jason and Jeremy debunk the sticky and unfortunate fruit rollups as condoms urban myth ON The BastardCast.
Godzilla (or, a series of murals of Godzilla) has been sighted in San Diego by a horde of people who pointed, yelled, and then moved their mouths to signify yelling.
Legendary Pictures is responsible for this display of graffiti to promote their appearance at San Diego Comic Con for the building-sized lizard monster’s coming out party (because SPOILER ALERT: He’s gay!).
Unfortunately, Legendary chose to go with this marketing plan instead of simply plastering a picture of Matthew Broderick’s face with a well worded, and billboard sized apology for the last Godzilla film.
Will we get a more full look at Godzilla during SDCC? Perhaps some profile shots, something festive for Summer Solstice cards and also, maybe some naughty bourdoir pics? We’ll have to wait to find out, that is unless there is some kind of Pac Rimpost credits amazingness that begins with Godzilla and a Kaiju eating a Shawarma restaurant and ends with more cum on the floor of the theater than the last time Paul Reubens and Fred Willard went to a double feature. It’s just too bad that none of you will ever know, since you’re going to go see Grown Ups 2 instead.
Here are the rest of the pics:
Godzilla drops on May 16, 2014 in a theater near me, and that is all I care about.
This time on The BastardCast, Jason and Jeremy talk about Jason’s psychic manipulation of Bill Murray, and the MILF of Dragons and the competing Game of Thrones porno flicks (it’s like Olympus Has Fallen and White House Down with better stories and more boobs)
Also on the show: The boys investigate the Christopher Reeve grilled chesus effect, reboot plans for the Terminator and the watery grave that awaits the franchise, and a Captain Planetmovie that can sooth the festering wound that Iron Man left on the soul of good.
Will Pac Rim die screaming while Adam Sandler stands over its crashed body yelling “Whoopidie doo!” and David Spade un-cancels the apocalypse with his un-earned snark? Will Robert Loggia sign on to Independence Day 2: Rise of the Star Whackers next? Is Jeremy dead inside? Is Dabney Coleman alive? Shall we play a game?
These answers will be revealed! But we understand that you need more, so hows about a trip back to 1938 for a look back at one of the Great Moments in Misogyny (sssarcasm)? More? Alright, space lookers have discovered three planets that we may one day use up and toss aside like a spent Capri-Sun, so we’ll talk about that and gaze with confusion and love at our devices as Jason adorably describes his polite view of space exploration.
Lastly, on Trailergasm, the boys act out an uncomfortable shower scene between Sly Stallone and Ahnold and discuss, The Escape Plan, aka that film where Jesus locks up Rambo and the guy from Kindergarden Cop, only to be saved by 50 Cent and his magic stick.
All that and ghosts who watch you have sex, on THE BASTARDCAST
This week on The Bastardcast, Jason and Jeremy come together to celebrate the show’s one year anniversary while still managing to talk about Star Trek Into Darkness, Chris Nolan’s Bat-Bond, Doctor Who, and the art of Bea Arthur’s pricey yet magical mams.
Also on the show, the fellas discuss the tale of the tape for a fight between Whovians and Star Wars fans, Pac Rim‘s 70 minute orgasm delivery system, Schwarzenegger’s toxic new roll (that was a lazy description but I’m still drunk from the Anniversary Party), the Office finale, the atrocity that is Pac Rim mock-off Atlantic Rim, that Ludicris seal of approval, and the death of the friggin terrible Zombieland TV show that died because we’re all awful to awful things or something.
You need more, don’t you? Fine! This is one fat friggin taco of a show! You wanna hear about Rob Liefeld‘s new Kickstarter (which is, for the record, NOT called “The Adventures of Tiny Foot and Titbutt”)? How about Canadian Jesus and the Jimmy Olsen AIDS Initiative? You got it! How about another nail in Nintendo‘s coffin, the Disney black-market where handi-capes are making a killing, and the saga of a 10 foot Robocop and his pending siege on the city of Detroit? Sure!
Is that enough freaking show for you? No?!?! SCREW YOU, we’ve got all that and an a cavalcade of easter eggs from the show’s rich (LIE) history, a never-before-shared story about the time the boys tried to interview a pornstar, AND a bunch of shitty impressions. If you want more, I suggest you go mount a unicorn named Bo Jackson and ride off to the magical kingdom of fairytales and superior podcasts where Leslie Nielsen is still alive, the 3 titted chick from Total Recall is mayor, and Simon and Simon is still on the air. All of that, plus, a song about blowjobs on THE BASTARDCAST!
The Bastardcast: Hell yeah, we’re giggle dealers and proud men with tits and opinions.
This week on the supple Bastardcast, your mother lets Jeremy and Jason out of her bed long enough to talk about Free Comic Book Day, Doctorless Who and the Time Lord’s E-Harmony account, the great Marvel vs. DC debate, and the return of four classic Marvel characters to the Disney owned Marvel Movie Universe that will now be completely ignored after being totally abandoned. So, welcome back Matt Murdock!
Also on the show: Fanboys have Fury over Human Torch casting rumor, Ray-J and Brandy (or possibly another pair of siblings) joining the Avengers if “sources” are to be believed, Jim Gaffigan doesn’t care about your toenails and we don’t care about the resulting controversy, and stop, collaborate, and listen as Ziggy Stardust Jr. compares Tom Cruise to Vanilla Ice.
Do you demand more? Alrighty, Jason performs emergency surgery on a couch that may contain a pathway to another dimension, Charlie Day rides a robot like a bronco while it pinata’s the head of a monster with the whooping stick made of 100% boat, and the boys sing an ode to Grand Theft Auto Trevor, patron saint of fucking shit up and wife-beater tees.
All that, vaginal care products, fresh meat for the Hall of Excellence, and the continuing search for Jeremy’s stolen Batman colorforms on this week’s episode of The Bastardcast.
The Bastardcast: Please don’t listen to us while you masturbate.
Since San Diego Comic-Con, I’ve heard from a handful of people who got to see the PAC RIM footage in Hall H and the one word that kept dribbling out of their lucky faces was “epic” — now, after seeing the first trailer, I can only concur and weep because this film looks beautiful.
Directed by Guillermo del Toro, the movie stars Idris Elba, Charlie Hunnam, some the extra big-assed robots, and a few amazing monster aliens (or alien monsters) that have come from another dimension via a portal that lives in the part of the sea where Spongebob ain’t.
What more can I say? This looks like the kind of movie that filmmakers dream about making when they’re kids and the kind of technical spectacle that people get into the business to pursue.
Granted it’s only a trailer, but in del Toro’s hands, I know there will be something underneath the extremely impressive surface and I feel no need to be apprehensive or restrict the sweet, natural flow of my fanboy love and adoration.
This movie looks like it’s made of stars, I want to ride a unicorn to the screening and have the world’s first multiple orgasm solely by way of visual stimulation and I think we’re all gonna have that same reaction and experience that magic together. So check out the trailer and get your foreplay on, cause we’re cancelling the apocalypse y’all!