Whether well-deserved or not, there is a noticeable sense of anticipation building for Transformers: Dark of the Moon. Michael Bay and other participants admitting that the second film actually sucks probably helps, and his insistence that this new movie is a lot more focused on stuff audiences want to see doesn’t hurt.
Two new character banners were released today; one shows the slightly redesigned Bumblebee who, alterations notwithstanding, has been one of the series’ most prominant constants. And then there is a banner full of Shockwave, who will be one of the primary villains of the film. (And may be voiced by David Warner, which would be great.) See ’em both after the break, along with the Optimus Prime banner released not long ago. Read More »
Yep, you read that right. For the last few weeks there has been a persistent rumor going around that the Tron Legacy DVD and Blu-ray release would feature a teaser for Tron 3. We haven’t run much because we couldn’t confirm it 100%, but someone else got some pretty detailed information that suggests the rumor was true. The info, which is obviously spoilerish if you don’t want to know anything at all, is after the break. Read More »
When Christopher Smith‘s movie Black Death was announced, I was interested simply for the fact that Smith was making a film set in the dark ages starring Sean Bean. I’d liked Smith’s first film Creep and loved his follow-up, Severance. And now, after recently seeing his excellent third film, Triangle, I’m more interested than ever. Now there’s a trailer for Black Death that shows off just what he’s trying to achieve this time out. Read More »