Browsing: 20th Century Fox
BOOM! Studios and 20th Century Fox are releasing Planet of the Apes: Visionaries, a new original graphic novel, based on a script from Rod Serling – yes, THAT Rod Serling. While the graphic novel doesn’t arrive until August, we have a super-sized sneak peek today.
You may remember that Donald Glover was working on a Deadpool animated series for FX. It was recently announced the project had been dumped by the network, and with the project dead in the water, Donald Glover took to Twitter to share the first episode script.
A new trailer has arrived for the upcoming Deadpool sequel, and for the first time, we get to make fun of Superman’s mustache and get our first introduction to Cable. Make sure you watch the whole trailer because it is very much a Deadpool trailer.
While everyone is super excited about the Disney/21st Century Fox deal, there is at least one comic book publisher who is probably shaking his head, and screaming, “Why me!?”
Now that Disney has officially announced (and closed) a deal to purchase 21st Century Fox, many fans are excited that the X-Men may now be a part of the greater Marvel Cinematic Universe. But what about the Fantastic Four?
Fox is in development on a new family film franchise that has echoes of NANCY DREW and ELOISE, with Rashida Jones and Kerry Washington teaming up with graphic novel publisher BOOM! Studios to bring the acclaimed graphic novel series created by Eisner Award-winning writer Hope Larson (A WRINKLE IN TIME, DC’s BATGIRL) and artist Brittney Williams (PATSY WALKER) to the big screen.
So many people have been waiting for the first Deadpool 2 trailer to arrive, and now it has. Is it worth it? Is it as raunchy as the first movie? Do all the characters return? Sure, right after a bit of painting…
The New Mutants movie arrives in April, and though it is set in the X-Men Universe, this feels more like a horror film than a superhero flick.
BOOM! Studios has announced PLANET OF THE APES: URSUS, which is scheduled to arrive in January 2018.
At this point Buffy the Vampire Slayer will never die. The stories and tales will go on forever. Case in point – Joss Whedon, Erika Alexander, and Jon Lam are bringing us the adventures of Rupert Giles as a high schooler.
With the success of the Deadpool movie, and the fan reaction to Cable, it makes sense that Fox would want to expand its mutant franchise even further with the X-Force.
I thought the Green Lantern / Planet of the Apes crossover was a big stretch as far as crossovers are concerned, but BOOM! Studios and 20th Century Fox have created the crossover of all crossovers as Dr. Zaius and General Ursus discover Kong on Skull Island.
The Gifted, Fox’s answer to X-Men on television, debuted a new trailer at the San Diego Comic-Con.