Having an aneurysm over the fact that you’re not able to see the first Avengers: Age of Ultron teaser trailer shown at San Diego Comic Con? Us too. To stave off the blood vessels bursting, here’s a collection of other high-powered trailers for films that’ll be coming out soon, along with one undeniably strange trailer about a TV show from Cartoon Network.
There's nothing like Lord of the Rings to get fantasy fans drooling, and so the first trailer for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies was always going to set the Comic-Con audience a flutter. Happily Warner Bros. isn't limiting it just to those who strapped on their cosplay and went to San Diego, and now you can see the whole trailer yourself after the cut.
What is one sure way to tell that you have a lasting legacy? The fact that they make a new documentary about you decades after your fall from grace. That is certainly the case with game maker Atari, whose history, failure, and legacy will be put under a microscope once more in a documentary video appropriately titled "Atari: Game Over".
Teaming up with The Walking Dead co-creator Tony Moore, Rob Zombie and Ubisoft have created an animated short showing the brutality of the French Revolution. In support of Assassin’s Creed: Unity, of course, this film is being made. While Pirates are easy to understand, not everyone is up on their history - the significance of this time period must be made plain.
This weekend the film Lucy will be released with Scarlett Johansson and Morgan Freeman - and this week, Freeman has promoted the film with helium. He’s also promoted his TV show Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman. That’s where Jimmy Fallon got the idea to have a Morgan Freeman on helium segment for The Tonight Show.
Jodorowsky probably won’t be as impressed with what might have been for a doused Superman movie as he is with his own lost Dune, but the premise is the same. "The Death of Superman Lives" is a documentary that’ll be bringing to light the short-lived production of the Superman movie that wasn’t. The one with Nicolas Cage as Superman.
Overnight you may have heard that Google acquired Twitch, making the owners of YouTube once again quite easily the biggest commanders of online video. But it’s not necessarily true. In fact, neither Google nor Twitch have said anything of the sort.
It would seem that Google may have even more of a hold on the world of citizen-made videos published to the internet now as word spreads that they’ve acquired Twitch. Word first surfaced earlier this year as this $1 billion dollar purchase was first spoken about by sources speaking with the Wall Street Journal.
Those of you still singing "Ninja Rap" can rejoice - there’s a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles hip-hop song in the streets. The newest Ninja Turtles trailer features a song called "Shell Shocked," bringing back the radical nature of The Secret of the Ooze while the visuals do the film more than a few favors.