Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Captain America: Civil War: The Cap vs Helicopter "Bicep" Clip is now officially online


Arguably one of the most courageous scenes from the trailers and promotional footage scene from Captain America: Civil War is Steve Rogers using his strength (and shows off his biceps to the world) to keep a chopper from lifting up in the air is now online... And you can watch the entire thing via a clip Marvel has released.

Naturally since the film is still due on Friday in the US, SPOILER WARNING.

CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR Movie Clip - Cap vs Bucky

Captain America: Civil War hits US theaters on May 6 and is now playing internationally.

Monday, May 2, 2016

X-Men: Apocalypse: The History of Apocalypse Featurette, promo poster, and fan screening Details released


Hitting theaters later this month and set to introduce the cinematic version of one of the greatest adversaries Marvel's Merry Mutants have ever known, 20th Century Fox and Marvel have released a new promotional poster (via Comic Book Movie) and "History of Apocalypse" featurette for "X-Men: Apocalypse" - the third film in the X-Men Prequel trilogy and once again directed by longtime X-Men Movies director Bryan Singer.


X-Men: Apocalypse | "The History of Apocalypse" Featurette

Additionally, a fan screening is happening on May 9, with details on the official X-Men Movies FB page.

X-Men: Apocalypse will hit theaters internationally on May 18, and on the US on May 27.

Sunday, May 1, 2016

The End of an Era w/ Batman #51: Thank you Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo for an EPIC run on the Dark Knight!


"It was the best of times. It was the worst of times." And certainly as April concluded, so did the EPIC run of Scott Snyder on Batman - which is arguably one of the most impressive, exhausting, and game changing experiences the character has gone through in his 75+ year history! Since relaunching with "The New 52" back in 2011, DC Comics took bold steps to ensure that part of the Dark Knight's history would remain intact from the old timeline despite rebooting most of their character line, but that would all soon be planted with new storylines that would change Bruce Wayne and his universe through the years to come.

From introducing the "Court of Owls" to unleashing new madness with The Joker in "Death of the Family" and "Endgame", Snyder and his partner-in-crime Greg Capullo would push Batman and his allies to their very limits. It became apparent that Bruce's world would take a nosedive somehow, and by the conclusion of "Endgame" Batman "died" fighting his last epic battle with The Joker. Months would pass and a new Batman would step up in the form of trusted ally Jim Gordon... But even that tenure would be temporary and set the stage for the original's return - stronger, faster, and better than ever before.


Now it all ends... And where it began quietly before the storm hit, the Dark Knight is reborn anew and continues to watch his city vigilantly. Thank you Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, and the rest for an EPIC run. Now a month remains before the DC Rebirth era begins!

Saturday, April 30, 2016

Captain America: Civil War: International Box Office at $84 Million & new "Cap & Bucky" Featurette


Now playing in theaters internationally and literally making a statement for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Captain America: Civil War is going strong in the international box office, tallying a total of $84 million already and packing the cinemas according to a report by Superherohype.

Additionally, Comic Book.com has released a new featurette from Marvel Studios called "Cap and Bucky", which looks at the relationship between Steve Rogers and his best friend Bucky Barnes, who returns as the brainwashed and confused assassin known as the Winter Soldier.


Captain America: Civil War - Official "Cap And Bucky" Featurette #10

Captain America: Civil War is now playing internationally and will hit the US on May 6.

Friday, April 29, 2016

It's Official: The Punisher gets a spinoff series via Marvel and Netflix


After making a BIG statement by appearing as the character in season 2 of Marvel's Daredevil in Netflix, former "The Walking Dead" star and actor Jon Bernthal is set to reprise the role of Frank Castle, better known to the Marvel Universe as "The Punisher", in his very own spin-off series which has officially gotten the greenlight according EW and Comic Book.com.

Hannibal and Casualty producer Steve Lightfoot has been tapped to serve as the showrunner for the series, which will be the sixth Marvel property to be in Netflix and is set in the same Marvel Cinematic Universe as the films and ABC series like Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.


Also released after the news is the very first teaser trailer for the upcoming series.
Marvel's The Punisher teaser trailer

No word yet on when The Punisher premieres, but expect the news to be announced soon.

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Captain America: Civil War: IMAX Featurette released


Now playing in theaters internationally and still set to open in the US on the first week of May, Marvel Studios (via Comic Book.com) has released a new featurette on "Captain America: Civil War" that tackles the IMAX medium and shows why it's a different experience from watching it in regular theaters. Check it out.


Captain America: Civil War - Official "IMAX" Featurette #9 [HD]

Captain America: Civil War is now in theaters internationally and will open on May 6 in the US.

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

ICYMI: Batman: The Killing Joke trailer released


After lots of teases, snippets of footage, and announcing that the film will premiere on this year's San Diego Comic Con, Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment have officially released the trailer to "Batman: The Killing Joke" - featuring Kevin Conroy back as Batman and taking on Mark Hamill's insane portrayal of The Joker in the groundbreaking story based on the acclaimed graphic novel by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland!


Batman: The Killing Joke hits Blu-Ray, DVD, and Digital later this year!