There’s just under one year until the adventures of Hiccup and Toothless continue in How To Train Your Dragon 2. Set for release June 20, 2014, star Jay Baruchel seems incredibly confident in the film saying, “It’s going to be pretty incredible in every way.”
Our first glimpse at what exactly that could mean has been revealed. A new licensing magazine has a ton of images of the new character designs from the sequel as well as some a new plot description. Read More »
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What is Mad Magazine doing to celebrate Man of Steel? See our exclusive cover. Does Hugh Jackman want to be part of The Avengers? Has Bryan Singer made a major reveal in regards to X-Men: Days of Future Past? Want to watch a video ripping apart the Green Lantern movie? How would Man of Steel look like in the world of Minecraft? Did Arrested Development talk about superheroes in the latest season? Who is talking about the Man of Steel shaving? Read about all that and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
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The latest issue of Entertainment Weekly has a big S on its chest and it surely doesn’t disappoint. Man of Steel is the featured film and, in the article, there are seven brand new photos as well as a ton of new info on the highly anticipated Superman reboot. You see one of those photos above. See more from Zack Snyder film, opening June 14, below.
Update: Images removed.
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Looks like this week’s Entertainment Weekly is a must-buy. The cover story is on Zack Snyder‘s Man of Steel and it’s chock full of brand-new details, many of which would be considered spoilers. We’ll report on everything once the magazine is out (probably Thursday on iPad at least) but they’ve already posted a few small snippets. Read them below. Read More »
There are officially less than two months until J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek Into Darkness warps into theaters. Doesn’t it feel like we’ve been talking about this film forever? That’s because we have. The first article /Film wrote about the film went up a mere month after 2009′s Star Trek was in theaters. You can read it here. In it, the question about the potential that Khan would be in the movie was discussed. Going on four years later, we still don’t know that answer for sure, even though the latest trailer certainly suggests it.
A new batch of images won’t add any clarity to that topic, but they will add some fire to your already burning desire to see the film. In the pics, we see several members of the U.S.S. Enterprise engaged in what seem to be heavy gun battles, and we can look at a piece of tech named MC-9321. Read More »
We’ve seen just about every early marketing item for James Mangold‘s The Wolverine, except a trailer. By the time the first footage drops in another week or so (attached to G.I. Joe: Retaliation, we’re told) it will be among the most anticipated trailer releases of the year. In other words, get ready for a few commercials for the trailer.
Before that happens, we’ve got a few new images to complement the recent set of character portraits and inspirations posted by Mangold. At least one is going to make fans happy, as it shows Logan (Hugh Jackman) in street duds, but with his claws out and stained red with blood. Read More »
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We knew that the guiding principle behind Zack Snyder‘s new Superman revival Man of Steel was to make the alien superhero make sense in a modern era. And while we don’t know precisely how he and his actors and crew have accomplished this, but the first footage from the film does gieve some indication. We see Clark Kent and his alter-ego Superman (Henry Cavill) having what appears to be a crisis of conscience or morality, and doing some serious soul-searching.
New images from the film have hit the web, and while they don’t exactly pinpoint more details of Snyder’s approach, a couple of his accompanying comments are useful. Read More »