Eighteen months in the make, Ripper: A Batman Fan Film takes Batman to the time of gaslights and foggy London Town, as the sleuth investigates Jack the Ripper.
When Deadpool arrives in theaters next month, fans are going to get their first look at an R-rated mainstream comic book movie. There has been a petition for a PG-13 version, which makes no sense, so for those who want to see something more kid friendly, here’s an animated trailer.
Who doesn’t love a well produced fan film? As long as it isn’t making money, the publishers turn a blind eye, which means we can get some of the craziest crossovers ever made. Take, for example, Ash vs Lobo and the DC Dead, which bits everyone’s favorite Deadite killer, Ashley Williams, taking on…. Lobo and the DC Dead… duh, it’s right there in the title.
Youtuber Anthony Marchiando has recut the trailer for the upcoming Deadpool moving in the style of the romance movies that Ryan Reynolds spent so much of the early 2000s acting in. This Deadpool trailer is cut together from Wade’s pre-transformation scenes. While Deadpool is not only going to be tonally very different from what is sure to hit cinemas, it also feels like the most appropriate movie to cut such a trailer together from. Deadpool hit theaters everywhere on Friday, February 12th.
This is a weird week to be a fan film creator. With the Paramount/CBS lawsuit against the Axanar fan movie, everyone has to be walking on eggshells hoping your project doesn’t set anyone off. Joel Furtado has to be looking over his shoulder now that he has released X-Men: Danger Room, a trailer for a bi-weekly animated fan film series.
With DC announcing that fan campaigns do have an impact on what they release, one has to wonder if fan demand generated by fan films would have the same effect on the House of Ideas. Allegra Town Studio has released a quick animated clip of Spider-Gwen in action.
The Red Shirt Diaries’ twenty-fourth episode airs today and it is based on: Errand of Mercy.
Animfantastic has put out a Star Wars/Rio Bravo parody music video on their youtube channel titled My Blaster, My Wookiee and Me to coincide with the theatrical release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. In honor of the release of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”, Animfantastic is proud to present “My Blaster, My Wookiee, and Me”. In the 1959 Western “Rio Bravo”, co-stars Dean Martin and Ricky Nelson sang a mighty pretty tune called “My Rifle, My Pony, and Me”. We here at Animfantastic couldn’t help but imagine what that song might sound like on a desert planet in a galaxy far, far away… Directed
David Unger Music is ready for Star Wars: The Force Awakens to arrives, and while they get ready for the big day, the group took David and inserted him into clips from Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back.