Who are the latest names rumored to be in Spider-Man 3? Wanna get your hands on the Blade trilogy in 4K Ultra HD? Which character will make a surprising return in the third season of The Boys? How much of a pay increase did Gal Gadot get for Wonder Woman 1984? What is Pennyworth‘s release schedule like for the second season? How is there another teaser clip for Batman: Death in the Family? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Now that Disney has the rights to certain Marvel Comics characters that were previously in the hands of 20th Century Fox, it means Hasbro can make action figures from the X-Men, Wolverine, and Deadpool film franchises for their Marvel Legends toy line. We’ve already gotten a peek at some of the upcoming X-Men figures from both the original trilogy and the prequel trilogy, and now it’s time for the Merc with a Mouth and Weapon X to get their time in the sun.
Marvel Legends has officially opened up pre-orders for the Deadpool action figures from the first and second movie. Deadpool himself comes in a two-pack with Negasonic Teenage Warhead, and Domino is lucky enough to get her own packaging. Meanwhile, there’s a two-pack from Logan featuring an injured Wolverine and an aged Professor X. Check them all out below. Read More »
Did you hear Watchmen is getting a spin-off comic focusing on Rorschach? When can players who pre-ordered The Avengers video game start playing the beta? Why didn’t Cottonmouth appear beyond the first season of Luke Cage? Would you believe there was a Batman Begins TV spot featuring Nickelback music? Will The Eternals introduce Atlantis to the MCU? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Are you ready for Godspeed to come to The Flash? When does Marvel get the rights to Daredevil back? What’s the status of the sixth season of Lucifer? What did Cathy Yan have to say about a Birds of Prey rumor perpetuated by an unreliable YouTuber? Which X-Men movies got canceled thanks to Disney buying Fox? When is The Batman going to resume production across the pond? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
What did Dafne Keen do to Hugh Jackman that made him want to cast her in Logan? How did three kids in Bolivia try to be like Spider-Man and ended up hospitalized? Will there be a lot more Jim Gordon in Zack Snyder’s Justice League? Which X-Men were supposed to cameo in The New Mutants? How did David Ayer‘s Suicide Squad play into Justice League? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Want to see some alternate end credits designs considered for Avengers: Endgame? Would you like to see Stephanie Beatriz take over the mantle of Batwoman? What did Ben Affleck have to say to fans about supporting Zack Snyder’s Justice League? Why might there be a challenge with Catwoman once The Batman resumes production? What is James Gunn‘s favorite superhero movie? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
How did Watchmen‘s ratings fare when compared to other hit HBO shows? Do Loki set photos give us a first look at Enchantress? Which comic companies have pulled out of Emerald City Comic-Con due to coronavirus concerns? How did Ryan Reynolds celebrate the third anniversary of Logan? How did Deadpool mock Blade in a recent comic? Did you see Black Panther is now on Disney+? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Artist Nan Lawson is best know for her Meet Cute series of artwork featuring some of our favorite couples of film and television. Her work has a dreamy sort of quality to it with a unique illustration style and use of color. But her latest show, Through the Woods at Gallery 1988, has pulled back from the Meet Cute portraits she’s known for. Instead, she’s recreated beloved scenes from various forests in film and television, including moments from Logan, Midsommar, Stranger Things, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, The Witch, Lord of the Rings, and more. Check out some of Nan Lawson’s Through the Woods art show below. Read More »
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It all came as a surprise when Patrick Stewart announced last year that he would be reprising his role as the beloved Captain Jean-Luc Picard, a role he began playing three decades ago in Star Trek: The Next Generation. The last time Star Trek fans saw the noble captain was in the 2002 feature film Star Trek: Nemesis, and that seemed like it would be the last time. J.J. Abrams rebooted the Star Trek franchise with his 2009 feature film and launched a whole different timeline.
But this is the era of reboots and revivals after all, so why not bring back everyone’s favorite Starfleet captain? But it would take more than nostalgia (or a big paycheck) to tempt back an accomplished thespian like Stewart. So how did Star Trek: Picard series creator Alex Kurtzman do it? Well, it was a little superhero movie that Stewart was starring in at the time that convinced him, actually: Logan.
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(This article is part of our Best of the Decade series.)
A well-cut trailer is a thing of beauty. To be clear: trailers are pieces of advertising. But that doesn’t mean they can’t be art, too. A bad trailer either shows us too much, relies heavily on cliches, or fails to grab our interest. A great trailer, however, can make or break a film. Put together a compelling, interesting, and original trailer, and you’ve gone a long way towards drawing in your audience. Which is exactly what the best trailers of the decade did.
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