San Diego Comic-Con International is mere days away, and with it the promise of collectible grab bags and star sightings. But this year something else fans have come to expect might be missing: Leaked Trailers.
Director James Gunn, in a response to a fan’s question about upcoming Guardians of The Galaxy 2 via Facebook last week, hinted at the use of new technology to prevent fans armed with cell phones from leaking special previews intended for the diehards in Hall H.
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Gentlemen, Ladies – What if Superman had decided to fly down, rip off the roof of the White House, and grab the President right out of the oval office? Who would have stopped him?
So the only cool thing about the MTV awards nowadays is that they seem to be able to release new trailers and footage of upcoming, awesome movies. Suicide Squad got the spotlight this year and boy, did they really bring it.
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DC Comics have done a great job of marketing their new cinematic universe. What they have done to combat the established Marvel / Disney film brand is to give us a different tone, a darker side of the super-world. The selection of trailers, which all seem to show different elements of the movies, have made it clear they will be a bit more adult than their Marvel counterparts.
When the first Suicide Squad trailer came out it had a dark and foreboding quality to it which set it apart from the bright and boisterous Marvel movies. With the release of this latest trailer DC and Warner Brothers have added an element of humor to it, while keeping the gritty realism they are going for. And with a kicking Queen tune on full blast it’s hard not to get a kick out of this trailer. Continue reading New Suicide Squad Statues Are Perfect Sculpts Of DC’s Super Villain Team
Worst. Heroes. Ever.
Last night Warner Bros. dropped the newest trailer for the upcoming Suicide Squad movie, beautifully set to Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody, which is now stuck in my head. This trailer, which has me quite a bit more excited than the first one did, shows us little more of the team, though the exact story is still a mystery.
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The CW might as well just be renamed DC TV with all the shows and DC universe things they’ve got going on. Not that I am complaining at all. The best part about the abundance of the DC universe on the CW is that we get a time slot in advance for the new trailer of Suicide Squad set to release in August of 2016.
Continue reading Suicide Squad’s New Trailer to Air During Justice League Special on the CW
While everyone is waiting patiently for DC and Warner Bros’ epic second entry to the DC Extended Universe – Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice – we find ourselves gravitating more towards the follow up to that film.
David Ayers’ Suicide Squad has been intriguing fans and non-fans alike since it was first announced. As each new cast member and comic character was announced, we started to get an idea of the film, which is set to be a unique superhero experience. Eventually we got our first look at some behind the scenes images and the Comic-Con trailer. This trailer offered our first look at Jared Leto as Joker, and we haven’t really been talking about anything other than that since.
Over the last week we’ve seen Empire Magazine drop a few brand new covers, including yet another official image of Leto in full costume as the Joker. Empire has released four covers featuring four main characters from the film, including a collectors edition of the Joker cover.
Continue reading Suicide Squad: New Images and Details From the Cast!
Usually known as Dark Universe, we’ve been reporting on the on-again off-again rollercoaster that has been the Justice League Dark adaptation for years.
The film had been in the hands of Guillermo del Toro for a while, and he was quite possibly the best choice to bring the series to the big screen. Unfortunately with his busy schedule and a high-profile conflict with Pacific Rim 2 (which has now been put on hiatus), it seemed less and less likely the movie would ever get made. So finally del Toro announced that he was no longer helming the project (though he might remain on as a producer), leaving Dark Universe in limbo.
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