But if you’re feeling like you need a catch-up on the trilogy before you go? Well, check out Honest Trailers of the X-MEN Trilogy after the jump! Enjoy! Continue reading HONEST TRAILERS: The X-MEN Trilogy!
Okay, granted, this is old news, but if you haven’t heard, the title for the sequel to Man of Steel has been announced. And it’s not, “Batman vs. Superman”, but it’s close enough. Hitting theatres next Summer? Continue reading Title for the MAN OF STEEL Sequel Announced…
Well, just posted about the Big Hero 6 poster, and now boys and girls, I give you the teaser trailer. And though nothing is really highlighted about the story itself, it is pretty flippin’ adorable.
Enjoy the trailer after the jump! Continue reading ‘Big Hero 6’ Trailer!
So there’s been some talk lately about a new animated feature from Disney called, Big Hero 6, everyone’s interested because it’s the first collaboration between MARVEL, and the big mouse.
Check out the poster after the jump. Continue reading First Poster for BIG HERO 6!
So the internet blew up today with Zack Snyder’s reveal of the new Batman and Batmobile follow his tease tweet yesterday. If you haven’t seen the pic already, you can see it in all it’s glory below! Continue reading The New Batman Revealed!
So I have to say, despite it’s faults, I really enjoyed The Amazing Spider-Man. So it goes without saying, I’ve been definitely looking forward to the sequel. But as more and more news came out about The Amazing Spider-Man 2… well, I just got more and more worried. Continue reading Spider-MEH?
Well it’s no secret that Warner Bros. moved the release date of Batman vs. Superman, the sequel to Man of Steel, to the same weekend in 2016. Well, as part of the press tour for Captain America: Winter Soldier, the cast was asked what they thought about the move, and the response is pretty hilarious.
Miss MARVEL’s Assembling a Universe on ABC? Well, it was awesome. A great look at developing the interconnected universe we’ve all come to love. BUT part of it? They showed concept art from Avengers: the Age of Ultron, Guardians of the Galaxy, and footage from Ant-Man. Check out some of the shots below…
So Rupert Sanders, director of the shitbox, Snow White and the Huntsman, is reportedly signed on to direct one greatest pieces of manga that is Ghost in the Shell, as a live-action film…
…that sound you were heard was my eyes rolling. Yes, I know eyes don’t make sounds… until NOW! That’s how much I couldn’t be less excited about this news.
Being a huge fan of Japanese pop-culture since I was a kid, I’ve been disappointed time and time again by Hollywood’s attempt at adapting manga and anime properties into live-action films. And getting the director of Snow White to direct one of my favorite manga… it’s hurts a special place inside my body.
So it’s no secret with Disney’s purchase of MARVEL, and MARVEL themselves producing a pretty solid and entertaining movie universe, other studios are holding on to their MARVEL film rights with the strongest of death-grips.
A lot of times with these deals, if you don’t make another film with-in a certain amount of time, the rights revert back to the owner. Next up in the death-grip hold? FOX is prepping a reboot of their FANTASTIC FOUR film franchise. Sure that’s no secret, but director Josh Trank’s take on the whole thing may completely rewrite the origin story of the fantastic family. And this has quite a fanboys in a uproar.
As far as I’m concerned, to the hard-core fans, get over it.
Let’s remember, the origin of the Fantastic family is campy as hell. Let’s think about it: a boyfriend, a girlfriend, a brother, and a best friend go into space only to get hit with cosmic rays, and get superpowers.
That shit is campy, sure may have worked in the ’60s, and even though FOX tried to keep true to it by trying to modernize it with their first attempt… I think we all can pretty much agree it didn’t work.
So, let’s get over it. Sure, at least for me, FOX doesn’t have my confidence with comic movies… especially with MARVEL titles. Bryan Singer “X” movies not withstanding. But I can definitely appreciate needing to rethink how to approach a film. So I am personally intrigued to see where this goes if reports ring true about the change.
How about you?