In case you didn’t know, Universal Pictures would like you to know Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom has it’s first teaser trailer coming out on Friday (tomorrow as of writing).
Thursday, 7 December 2017
Monday, 4 December 2017
It’s been a great year for movies based on comicbook and superhero properties being released in 2017.
Thursday, 30 November 2017
When Marvel first announced the culmination of the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) and Phase 3 in the form of Infinity War, it was announced as a 2 part movie releasing in May 2018 and May 2019.
However, once The Russo Brothers started working on the Infinity War movies (as writers and directors) they quickly stated that there would no longer be a part 1 and 2. They said the May 2018 film would be Avengers Infinity War (basically the culmination of phase 3) and that the May 2019 Avengers film would be quite separate, both movies would tell their own self-contained stories. As a result Infinity War Part 1, was now known as Infinity War and the follow up was simply the 4th Avengers film (now commonly referred to as “Untitled Avengers sequel”).
At the time this made sense, but after seeing the new Avengers Infinity War trailer and thinking about it in hindsight, I believe that “Untitled Avengers sequel” is in fact still Avengers Infinity War Part 2, and here’s why…
Wednesday, 29 November 2017
Here we are, the hype for Avengers Infinity War officially starts this week with a huge marketing push from Marvel Studios.
Well, the hype for Avengers Infinity War arguably started in 2012 when the post-credits scene of Avengers (Assemble) teased the impending threat of Thanos. However, this week sees the first official marketing campaign for Avengers Infinity War kick in to gear.
Wednesday, 22 November 2017
With the release of Justice League we now have five films that make up the DCEU (DC Extended Universe) and as a result I thought I’d rank the DCEU movies from worst to best.
If you’re not completely sure what I’m talking about, the DCEU is Warner Bros and Detective Comics collection of interconnected superhero movies that all take place in the “same” universe. It started with Man of Steel and the most recent entry is Justice League. It’s the Warner Bros equivalent of Marvel Studios’s Marvel Cinematic Universe.