Shown during the World Cup 2014, Marvel’s newest Guardians of the Galaxy trailer is a full minute of oddity. Here you’ll get a tiny bit more information about the plot along with a much better look at the character Glen Close will be playing: Nova Prime Rael. More John C. Reilly is coming your way as well.
Marvel's President Kevin Feige took to a Q&A session while in Barcelona recently, talking all things Marvel movies, including whether a sequel to the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy could come to fruition. Other topics of interest include Ant-Man and what's going on with Doctor Strange.
Early in 2013, it was confirmed that Marvel's Doctor Strange would be hitting the big screen at some point, and following along quite a bit later, a decision has been made for who will be directing: Scott Derrickson, perhaps best known for his work on 2005's The Exorcism of Emily Rose.
The Avengers have arrived in the Disney Infinity universe, bringing with them a word on how an open-sandbox model will work with their mighty hand upon the trigger. Disney Infinity is a game which, like Skylanders, uses physical toys to activate virtual-reality characters in the game. This Avengers Playset expansion heralds the second coming of the title - a whole new world, as it were.
When a film is as full of hype as the upcoming Batman V Superman film, even the full title of the film is summoned as newsworthy. Today the folks responsible for continuing to fan the flame have revealed that title. The movie will be called Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice.
The second "full" Guardians of the Galaxy trailer has been released today. This trailer goes into further detail on the tenor of the film, showing a bit more action than previous releases, running in at just over 3 minutes long. You’ll also get a better idea of what final effects shots will look like.
There was much speculation that Channing Tatum, the quasi-talented actor best known for disrobing in Magic Mike, would play Gambit in an upcoming X-Men movie. That’s been confirmed by the producer, who spilled the beans in an off-the-cuff interview this week.
This week a litany of clips are being shared by those responsible for pumping up the May release of X-men: Days of Future Past. The most major of these is a clip of a scene from the film, one in which we understand why Professor X is able to walk after his injury at the end of X-Men: First Class, and who has died around thereabouts or between then and the present.
If you’re not all about being spoiled about the next X-Men movie, go no further. If you were thinking that our last feature on X-Men: Days of Future Past was too much of a spoiler because it showed off in-set walkthroughs, you should probably turn back now. Today’s feature is "trailer 3", and it tells basically everything you’ll have wondered about up until now.