Part of the genius in the latest Star Trek films is how the screenwriters were able to reboot a franchise that already had ten movies, but keep the story in the same timeline. They did this, of course, by bringing back Leonard Nimoy through a time-travelling worm hole.
So though most people are referring to this month’s Star Trek Into Darkness as merely a sequel, in a way it’s also a prequel to Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, Star Trek V: The Final Frontier and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.
Those original films are the ones talented artist Matt Ferguson has tackled in a gorgeous series of posters. Check them out below. Read More »
As if you needed more incentive to buy The Avengers on DVD or Blu-ray this Tuesday, Disney and Marvel have come up with another reason. /Film is proud to exclusively debut four posters that are available only to fans who purchase the film in any of its various editions (3D Blu-ray, Blu-ray, DVD, etc.). There are three posters by Matthew Ferguson (who also did these images for the delayed Phase One box set) and one by Mark Bagley, based on his Avengers Assemble #1 cover. The image at the top will be available, for free, to anyone who buys a DVD and inputs their unique code into the website avengersofferassemble.com. Then, for just $19.99 (plus shipping of course) you can get an additional three posters based on the movie.
Check out all the images below. Read More »
What would a DC themed short by Aardman look like? Why was The Amazing Spider-Man on Saturday Night Live? How did Henry Cavill and the Man of Steel crew react to The New 52? Are there still injuries happening at Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark? Want to read a rumored, highly-detailed description of The Dark Knight Rises prologue? Was there a good reason for Kenneth Branagh to not direct Thor 2? And what do the Victoria’s Secret models have to do with any of this? Read about all of this and much more today’s massive Superhero Bits! Read More »