A patriotic Captain America: The Winter Soldier spot; a villain packed Amazing Spider-Man 2 ad, and a reveal of Grimlock and Galvatron in Transformers Age of Extinction made the Super Bowl a very geeky time… for 30-seconds… every half hour or so.
A PG-13 remake of a Rated-R ultra-violent classic form the 80′s? Even with Burton’s Batman, Nolan’s Commissioner Gordon and enough CGI to choke James Cameron, we’re missing Peter Weller somethin’ awful…
70 years after a horrific alien war, an unusually gifted child is sent to an advanced military school in space to prepare for a future invasion. Watch 8 clips from the upcoming Sci-Fi epic Ender’s Game based on the classic novel!
~Matt + Nat
UPDATE: Well, it was good while it lasted, but apparently, WB doesn’t want that sexy, awesome, exciting video out there for people to actually anticipate their movie. I guess it’s thinking like that that explains why Man of Steel made half as much money as Iron Man 3, huh?
In 2014, Godzilla roars again, and this time it will be with all the true terror that would be wrought by such an epic force of nature.
Alfonso Cuaron directs George Clooney and Sandra Bullock in this outerspace thriller where a medical engineer and an astronaut work together to survive after an accident leaves them adrift in space. Enjoy these kick-ass clips from the most claustrophobic & agoraphobic film we can imagine:
With Bryan Singer currently working and tweeting away about his newest X-Men epic “Days of Future Past” based (loosely it seems) on Chris Claremont’s famous 1981 storyline, it feels like Hugh Jackman’s second solo outing is a bit dwarfed by next year’s towering Sentinels. I may be the only one who wanted this Japanese story to be a direct sequel to the 2009 Origins film, so I was surprised when it started looking like a direct sequel to X3. But the need for it to be a prequel to Days of Future Past is understandable, considering the fact that Logan is replacing Kitty as the main character in Bryan Singer’s take on Days of Future Past.
Needless to say, watching Hugh Jackman tear apart a bunch of overmatched human samurai sure does look like wacky fun!
“There are 2 great genres, one is the giant monster movie. The other is the giant robot movie” Guillermo Del Toro.
And truer words have never been spoken. Leave it to Del Toro to find the biggest, most spectacular way to make the ultimate B-movie mash-up and put Idris Elba and Ron Pearlman right smack-dab in the middle of it. After seeing Clip #1, we were excited, but now that we’ve seen what some of the humans have going on, we’re geeking out of our minds for what fun Pacific Rim could be!
Have a look at all four of these clips from the upcoming Kaiju vs. Jaeger smack down: