During the big football game on Sunday evening, Universal PIctures shared the new trailer for Jurassic World: The Fallen Kingdom.
This summer, the highly anticipated Ant-Man and The Wasp sequel arrives, and today we get our first look at Hope Van Dyne as The Wasp in this very well done first trailer for the movie.
Filmmaker and DMG Entertainment Founder Dan Mintz announced today that the company has acquired Valiant Entertainment, the third largest universe of superhero characters in entertainment, sitting alongside Warner Bros.’ DC Comics and Disney’s Marvel.
While we await the release of Gotham by Gaslight, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced the April release of the next animated movie – Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay.
Legendary Comics has announced Pacific Rim Aftermath, a six-issue mini-series that is set one year before the upcoming Pacific Rim Uprising movie, scheduled to arrive on March 23rd.
Toei Animation Inc. and VIZ Media have jointly announced the acquisition of the MAZINGER Z: INFINITY feature film.
Ah, the Fan Film, the blessing and bane of every movie studio IP. There are hundreds of thousands of fan films created every year, and while many of them aren’t worthy of our attention, Kara (An Unofficial Star Wars Film) from 2016 is definitely worth the seven minutes of your life it will take to watch this mini-masterpiece.
With the exception of Wonder Woman, 2017 wasn’t a great year for movies based on DC Comics, and Warner Bros. is looking to correct that going forward by hiring Walter Hamada as the new president of DC-based film production.
It is surprising how good the LEGO DC Super Hero movies are in the direct to video market, so I have high hopes for the upcoming LEGO DC Super Heroes: The Flash, that arrives on Blu-ray and DVD in March 2018.
Batman: Gotham by Gaslight, the animated movie based on the Bryan Augustyn and Mike Mignola one-shot from 1989, arrives in January, and we have a new clip from the film for you to check out.
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?
In Star Wars Episode VII: The Last Jedi, Luke says he must bring it all to an end. He may not be wrong, and the Jedi may have been a bunch of dummies all along. Was Darth Vader right? Dr. Brad Will expands on the theory in this October 2017 lecture, “What Would Yoda Do?”