Bryan Singer enjoys his tweet-teases. Knee-deep in X-Men: Days of Future Past pre-production, the director has shared an array of tweet-sized scoops, including cast announcements, photos of sets and props, and now concept art.
Marvel has released a new Iron Man 3 clip online. The clip is the full scene regarding something we had seen briefly in the previous trailers for the film, and shows Tony challenging Ben Kingsley's The Mandarin to a crowd of press. In my opinion the third Iron Man 3 trailer gave away too much, so I was happy when this clip didn't spoil anything I'd much rather just see in the film.
While Warners and DC are still struggling to get anything concrete underway with regards to a Justice League flick (you may wish to tell me otherwise, but I'll believe it when I see it), the world of superhero movies continues to be dominated by Marvel. I have no issue with this, as I'm a Marvel guy through and through, but I'd still like to see some decent DC action onscreen in the name of keeping fans happy and keeping the genre alive long enough until the next Marvel film comes out (heh, couldn't help that).
Marvel's Phase One box set has finally been released, after months of legal wrangling, so finally information on the exclusive extras are emerging.
A preview of a Phase Two featurette is available below, mostly focusing on promoting Iron Man 3, along with what appears to be concept art for two big Phase Two releases: Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Guardians of the Galaxy.
So we have all heard of the Avengers right? What about the Justice League? You know, the DC version with Superman and Batman and the Green Lantern and co? Well, if you are aware of these two super groups of superheroes you're obviously a bit of a comic book fan but how about we throw in another superhero group called Justice League Dark? I thought I was reasonably educated on comic book characters but it appears not as we have some news about this super hero team-up currently being developed by self-confessed comic book geek Guillermo del Toro.
See below to what he had to say concerning the film, which is also going by the title “Heaven Sent” and “Dark Universe."
Wondercon was this past weekend which means a wealth of geek news. One of the biggest, appropriately enough, is Guillermo del Toro's Pacific Rim, which premiered a new trailer and Q&A. The always enthusiastic, talkative del Tor was on hand to reveal some choice snippets of information.
Kick-Ass 2's latest character posters continue to "get up in everyone's grill", as they say.
We have the new International Red Band trailer for Kick Ass 2. The clip follows Hit Girl and her struggle for a normal life, versus the life of a superhero, with a slice of profanity and violence chucked in for good measure.
The Wolverine began the week with two terrible posters, following that up with two days of teasing teasers for teasers (which we didn't bother to cover here because fuck that), we finally have the full length trailers for The Wolverine.