Warner Bros. is gearing up for the big Man of Steel release next week (November 12, 2013), and to get you even more interested in the film, they’ve released an infographic outlining things you may or may not have known about Krypton.
In 2009 the US cargo ship MV Maersk Alabama was boarded and hijacked by Somali pirates, and this is the true story of Captain Phillips, his crew, and their struggle for survival. It is directed by Bourne veteran Paul Greengrass, and stars Hollywood’s favorite Every-Man, Tom Hanks. Forget your fun-loving Caribbean pirates, this is a taut thriller, with two stunning performances at the core.
For a couple of weeks, a low quality screen cap of The Avengers: Age of Ultron teaser trailer has been circulating online. It was such a low quality video that it made little sense to feature it on the Major Spoilers website.
Now that a HD version of the video is online, it’s time to share the Ultron-y goodness with everyone.
As many of you may known, RoboCop is getting the remake treatment but before today we have only seen on-set images of the suit. Now we can all finally see that suit in action as the first trailer for RoboCop was been released!
Riddick is back, and this time he is stranded on an alien world, with bounty hunters after him, and they’re all trying to get off the planet before an unseen alien menace attacks. Sound a little familiar? Yeah, I imagine it does, but don’t let that put you off. Riddick’s return to the dark is…after the jump…
Many might know the name Leslie Iwerks from his documentary The Pixar Story. Well, the documentary filmmaker is back to give insight into another part of the grand Disney empire, Imagineering.
Hugh Jackman returns as Wolverine, for the sixth time. His last movie was not particularly good, and left a bad taste in the mouth of fans. This movie, based in part of the classic Claremont/Miller arc, sees Logan in Japan, fighting samurai, yakuza, and ninjas. But can it erase Origins from our mind?
More news came out from the Warner Bros. Hall H panel today as we learned who will be voicing the DC characters in the upcoming The LEGO Movie.
In an interview with MTV yesterday, Geoff Johns was asked to share his thoughts on the possibility of an Aquaman movie and how he would do it. His answer after the jump.
Bill Plympton is the most prolific independent animator. He still uses the painstaking process of drawing each of his films by hand, frame by frame with colored pencils. The world of animation would not be the same without the creative mind of Bill Plympton– the only artist to ever animate six feature length films single-handedly.
Bill will be at Booth #1537 daily to sign copies of the ADVENTURES IN PLYMPTOONS! DVD (a feature length documentary that goes deep inside his head) as well as his other works!
Take the jump to see a trailer for the DVD and more on the film.
The 300: Rise of an Empire San Diego Comic Con exclusive posters continue to be released today with Artemisia, played by Eva Green, being placed front and center.
A new superhero is coming, only this time it’s on his terms. Will he still be considered a hero?
This is an excellent look at the “superhero” from the guys who aren’t so good perspective. It’s a much watch short film for the week!