We’ve heard multiple times in the past from Jamie Foxx that his costume will lack the flair of the comic book iteration in favor of realistic realism of the real kind. While I would have admired him for donning the Jamaican national colors and a Carl’s Junior logo on his face (for endorsement purposes because bad guys gotta eat, too), I think I would have been in the minority for that. It’s a tough market out there for people who want things that are so amazingly
lame that it’s awesome. Continue Reading
We’ve been getting a constant stream of new pictures from the set thanks to New York natives (being that most of the movie is being shot there) and director Marc Webb’s penchant for tweeting everything Spiderman, so as not to lose in the war of comic book hype against Bryan Singer. They’ve revealed the new Spidey outfit, Mary Jane Watson, and some voyeuristic “through the tree banches” shot of some of the scenes and now this new photo shows us another key location from the Marvel universe. Continue Reading
…just because. I wonder if they can take all the released trailers and patched them together to create a cohesive little movie, like they did with The Amazing Spiderman. Anyway, here’s the new trailer. Continue Reading
Norman Osborn was teased throughout the first film of the new reboot as a man in desperation for a cure. We never actually got to see his face and we’re not even sure if that shadow at the end of the film was supposed to be him. But today, Variety reported that we’ll be able to meet the man in person, played by Oscar award winner Chris Cooper (American Beauty, Bourne Identity, Capote, Jarhead).
A week ago, Marc Webb tweeted a short test footage of what Spiderman’s new lenses would look like. Today, he gave us a look at what his costume will look like (with the lenses incorporated!!!!!) in the sequel so that the fans could salivate, while the toy people could get to start producing some collectible busts for the new Spidey flick. Continue Reading
When it just seemed like movie license video games were about to disappear, we get a Star Trek game. The last decent movie games that I can remember are Captain America and The Amazing Spider-Man (it wasn’t too long ago, I suppose), but just being a decent licensed game doesn’t mean that they’re worth purchasing for 60 bucks on launch day. Continue Reading
Brian K. Vaughan fans rejoice. It appears that his cult hit comic book “Y the Last Man” movie adaptation has gained some momentum and New Line just hired Dan Trachtenberg to direct it. Continue Reading