Look away if spoilers get on your nerve because the Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 Official Trailer has a lot of it. Well, at least, to me they are spoilers. You have been warned.
You probably have heard there is going to be a new live-action Transformers movie called Transformers: Rise of the Beasts. You have probably caught spy footage of it being filmed in Peru and also heard that the production of the film was a wrap. Well, those are all true and led up to this: the …
If you haven’t already heard, there is going to be a Super Mario Bros. movie. Thankfully, it isn’t live-action (phew!). It will be disastrous if it was. It is an animated film based on the world of the hugely popular and iconic video game on Nintendo.
When Star-Lord aka Peter Quill was abducted from Earth by Yondu Udonta, he was just eight and Kevin Bacon’s Footloose was a hit. So it is only natural that his crew would want to cheer him up with… no, not a copy of Footloose film but with the star himself, Kevin Bacon.
Marvel recently dropped the first trailer of the third Ant-Man movie, Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania, giving us a peek at the awesome, sci-fi world of the Quantum Realm (thanks to Cassie Lang). The first official movie poster was also shared by Marvel:
You saw the teaser back in July but that did not tell us much asides from T’Challa is no longer with the Wakandans. Now, the new official trailer offers more details that will have some spoilers, so this is the time to skip this post if you are super anal about spoilers.
Let’s face it. Biopic films are mostly tragic. I mean, just look at Monroe, Bohemian Rhapsody, and Elvis. Tell me it isn’t true. So, it is actually kind of refreshing to see a biopic that ain’t tragic. And that biopic? The WEIRD: The Al Yankovic Story. That’s right folks. Weird Al Yankovic, the artiste best …
Black Adam has got to be the most anticipated DC Comics live-action movie this year. The antihero (read: a misguided superhero) silver appearance stars former wrestling superstar and one of Hollywood’s biggest earners, Dwayne Johnson in the titular role (who also serves as a producer, btw), and is directed by Jaume Collet-Serra (Jungle Cruise).
We are not entirely right when we said that The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power “is essentially a made-up story not relating to the original J. R. R. Tolkien’s books.” It actually has some basis. OK, maybe barely.
You heard it is coming, now watch the official teaser of Netflix’s Wednesday directed by Tim Burton, who is the executive producer along with Smallville creators Al Gough and Miles Millar.