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…
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!
Sure, there have been some exceedingly cheesy live action iterations of the The Lone Ranger, but there have also been some dark, brilliant, visionary versions in the comics as of late. Which way will Disney be taking it with Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer starring? Your guess is as good as ours… have a look at this mini-featurette and three exclusive scenes from the movie and get a bit of an idea for yourself. Johnny Depp DID nearly get trampled to death by horses making it, so that’s not nothing.
Tony Stark returns to his life after the events of the Avengers, but things aren’t quite the same when The Mandarin comes calling on Iron Man. As the Marvel cinematic universe grows in Phase 2, it’ll be more and more interesting to see the reasons our heroes come together in movies like Avengers but stay separate in their stand alone films, and this is the first chance to see just how Marvel does it.
Watch 7-minutes of Scenes and Interviews from Django Unchained! When Tarantino gets his hands on a genre, you can bet he’s going to do something that honours it while turning it on its ear. By the looks of Django Unchained, his streak is alive and well. This time, he’s taken the classic Spaghetti Western genre from the 60′s, and with a cast like Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz and Leonardo DiCaprio, it’s a pretty safe bet that, off the chain, Django will be off the hook.
The penultimate pair of Blood & Chrome webisodes have been released, and it seems this resort planet is no vacation… unless you count the recreational activities that Husker and the Doctor find themselves up to. Plus, we get our first real glimpse of the CHROME that the title has been promising, and Centurion version 1.5 is definitely a sight to behold!
If you haven’t seen webisodes 7 & 8 yet, catch them right here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNHMfK65mnU
These two episodes mark the half-way point for Young Adama and his lovable sidekick Koker, so itâ€™s only fitting that it comes with some of the most explosive and intense BSG action weâ€™ve ever seen. Weâ€™re talking â€œGalactica-Atmo-Drop-on-New-Capricaâ€ explosive. Weâ€™re still mysteriously in the dark about Dr. Kellyâ€™s mission, but by the final shot of Episode 6, weâ€™re starting to get some ideas!
If you haven’t already, you can see episodes 5 & 6 right here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3ytt0Fp3To or watch it below: