Guardians of the Galaxy is rapidly becoming my most anticipated film of the year (and will probably take the top slot once Godzilla is released). Everything about it just seems so refreshing and new compared to the rest of the Marvel universe, and after seeing the tone and expectations change quite a bit in Captain America: The Winter Soldier I think it’s safe to say that Guardians will deliver on the promised originality. Everything we’ve seen so far as well seems to reaffirm it, such as these new photos shot during production of the film. Hit the jump to check them out.
This. Looks. Dope. I was already interested in Guardians of the Galaxy based on what I had heard (it’s not a comic I’ve ever read), but after seeing this trailer it has immediately jumped to my most anticipated film of the year. Hit the jump to check out the first trailer for what is sure to be the most refreshing Marvel movie to date.
As is tradition, many studios tend to wait until the Super Bowl to debut new trailers to their most anticipated features and this year was no exception. Though we didn’t get the rumored Guardians of the Galaxy trailer (to my infinite sadness), Disney/Marvel did deliver a pretty fantastic new trailer for Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Hit the jump to check it out.
Jesse Eisenberg and Jeremy Irons Cast as Lex Luthor and Alfred Pennyworth in ‘Man of Steel 2,’ 2016 Release Confirmed
Well we certainly didn’t see this one coming, did we? The news broke today that the roles of Lex Luthor and Aflred Pennyworth have been cast for the sequel to Man of Steel, rumored to be called Batman vs. Superman. Hit the jump to read more.
The Captain America movies have both had stellar marketing campaigns so far, and while these three character posters for Captain America: The Winter Soldier aren’t the most artistic anyone has ever seen they still look quite nice. Hit the jump to see the new international posters.
I have to admit, I have been so uneasy about Michael Bay’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles ever since its announcement. The man didn’t do much to ease our terror either, with early announcements naming the film as simply Ninja Turtles and altering their origin to be space aliens that happen to look like turtles. Bay himself was quick to reign in these concepts after the fan backlash and the film went back into quiet pre-production. Now we have a better look at what to expect when the film drops this year, and I’m guardedly optimistic. Hit the jump to check out some photos.