Blockbuster season is officially underway with Iron Man 3 and Stark Trek Into Darkness both in theaters. Not wanting to let anyone forget about the other major comic book property being adapted this summer, Warner Bros has released a new trailer for Man of Steel that is filled with Zod, fighting, flying, and lasers! Let the destruction begin!
The DC animated films that Warner Bros. have been releasing regularly for the last few years have been mostly great. While I’m not the biggest fan of Superman, one can still appreciate the Big Blue Boy Scout. Since Superman: Unbound came out earlier this month and we here at Major Spoilers have a review for you just pass the jump.
Watch this and then time yourself on how long it takes for you to complete your pre-order for Arkham Origins.
Guillermo del Toro’s next film, Pacific Rim, is just around the corner (or a couple months out yet) and I know I’m seeing it as soon as I can. If you are still unsure though, the new trailer, which is just beyond the jump, gives some more to the story and should convince you that you want to watch it.
A new Scribblenauts game is coming out this fall, and since Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is making it, and interesting new feature will be added, the DC Universe. Take the jump for the official trailer and a bit more info.
You know, I think we’ll just let this speak for itself. Take the jump and see.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment released a sneak peek of next week’s LEGO Batman: The Movie – DC Superheroes Unite, that you can check out, after the jump.
Two new television spots for Man of Steel have appeared online, and if you think there wasn’t enough destruction in Superman Returns, take the jump to see a city go boom, and Superman take Lois for a ride.
Cartoon Network announced today the first – and second – Blu-ray™ release for its hit comedy series, Adventure Time, as the company will bring the first two seasons of the Emmy® Award-nominated animated series to Blu-ray on June 4. Adventure Time: The Complete Second Season will debut on both DVD and Blu-ray, complete with absolutely algebraic bonus content created by series creator Pendleton Ward, including a featurette filmed by Ward that provides exclusive access to and interviews with members of his talented show team, as well as episode commentaries for all 26 season two episodes from Ward and the Adventure Time team. Also that same day, Cartoon Network will release Adventure Time: The Complete First Season on Blu-ray, bringing that fan-favorite home video release to the high-definition market with stunning HD-quality audio and video. Both season one and season two Blu-ray titles will also include a free Ultraviolet HD digital copy for each episode. Both Adventure Time: The Complete First Season and Adventure Time: The Complete Second Season Blu-ray releases will be available for the suggested retail price of $32.07, while the two-disc season two DVD will be priced at $26.95.
A banner for Pacific Rim dropped earlier this week, but Warner Bros. has but that one to shame with the massive banner that you may see in your local theater soon.
“Sock! Pow! Whap!”
For decades, those words were synonymous with comic books in the mainstream media, thanks to the fan-favorite depiction of comic book images in the DC Comics 1960s Batman Classic TV Series. Today, Diamond Select Toys (DST) is proud to announce it has teamed up with Warner Bros. Consumer Products (WBCP), on behalf of DC Entertainment, to create high-quality collectibles based on the TV classic, including busts and statues.
Generally when a studio screens footage at conventions those who aren’t in attendance have to wait until it possibly leaks onto the Internet and then hope the studio doesn’t remove it before there is a chance to watch. That is not the case this instance with the footage of Pacific Rim shown at Wonder Con because Warner Bros. has released the footage themselves for all of us to enjoy!