As we reported yesterday, production has begun on Marvel Studios‘ twelfth feature Ant-Man. The Peyton Reed-directed flick has been in development since long before there was a Marvel Studios, but now it’s finally becoming a reality, adding an important and historic piece of comic book lore to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. By now you’re saying, “Quit stalling! Get to the picture!” Okay, calm down. Without further ado, let’s take a look – and it’s okay because its not-spoilery – at Paul Rudd as Scott Lang, AKA: Ant-Man! (more…)
The savvy nerd looks at the above photo and says, “Huh. That’s a nice picture of director Steven Spielberg from the set of Jurassic Park.” But today on Facebook Spielberg’s the most hated man in America for his alleged killing of a dinosaur and then posing next to the corpse like a big game hunter showing off his latest trophy. Apparently, there are many people in society that are both a) unaware that dinosaurs are extinct, and b) that a man named Steven Spielberg once made a movie called “Jurassic Park” that used puppet dinosaurs in a fictional tale about the creatures being brought back to life through non-existent cloning technology on an island that was completely made up. (more…)
Logan spent most of The Wolverine either wearing street clothes or going shirtless, but an alternative ending on the Blu-ray featured a scene where the X-Men’s resident berserker received something that looked like his traditional, comic book duds complete with the mask and bright yellow colors. Sadly, for anyone deluded enough to think that Hugh Jackman might suit up in something very Wolverine-esque in next year’s X-Men: Days of Future Past, we must now put a pin in your delusions as a new image of Wolverine, in costume, has emerged. (more…)
I saw Iron Man 3 in 3-D and I have to say that I’d much rather have seen it in 2-D. It seems to be the rare movie that’s able to make the jump to that third screen dimension, but Hollywood will be damned rather than stop trying so here we go again, this time with X-Men: Days of Future Past.
X-Men director Bryan Singer had this to Tweet earlier today, “Shooting native 3D and Simul-cam. Looks like friggin mission control.”
He also Tweeted this picture.
Huh, it does look like mission control. Hopefully, it’s all for not and the 3-D looks awesome. I won’t hold my breathe though.
Days of Future Past, based on the classic comic by Chris Claremont and John Bryne, and starring Hugh Jackman, Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence, Nicholas Hoult, Michael Fassbender, Anna Paquin, Ellen Page, Shawn Ashmore, and Peter Dinklage is scheduled to be released on July 18, 2014.
More news as it develops.
Source: Coming Soon