Spider-Man: No Way Home formerly introduced the concept of the multiverse into the Marvel Cinematic Universe and soon, this aspect will be further expanded on with the second Doctor Strange movie, aptly called Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
If you are a super fan of the Harry Potter’s universe or the Fantastic Beasts, you already knew this is coming. If so, this is the official trailer to the third Fantastic Beasts flick, Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore, for your eyes. If you don’t already know the third movie is happening in 2022, …
Remember how we commented that the teaser trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home felt more like a full-on trailer than a teaser trailer that it said it is? Well, the recently posted official trailer made us take back our words. Apparently, we ain’t see nothing yet.
It is more than half a year before the fourth season of Stranger Things will hit Netflix, but Netflix is slowly but surely hyping it up. In fact, the campaign has started as early as May with a teaser.
After letting Marvel have a part in the new Spider-Man franchise, it appears that Sony Pictures’ fate with superhero films is looking up. Everything seems to be smooth sailing after Marvel Studios’ involvement with Sony’s third reboot of the Spider-Man franchise.
When Disney bought Lucasfilm in 2012, you know the entertainment giant had big plans for the Star Wars franchise. Sure enough. We saw a string of movies. Some of them were good and some of them were just, well, forgettable.
I surely did not see this coming. Last week, when I opened up YouTube, I was greeted by a teaser trailer called Lightyear with a vaguely familiar face in the thumbnail. It was Buzz Lightyear! Yes. That Buzz Lightyear, the Space Ranger from the Toy Story franchise.
You have seen the first look, now watch the official trailer for Netflix’s The Witcher Season 2. Netflix just drop the trailer on YouTube a while ago and boy, it really has a lot to take in.
You have seen the first images and the opening credits, now have a look at the first (and likely the only) official trailer of the much-anticipated live-action adaptation of the anime, Cowboy Bebop. We have nothing to say about the trailer except that it is well put together.
That’s right. For those who haven’t already heard, Tom Holland, star of the MCU x Sony Pictures Spider-Man, is Nathan Drake. Drake, or Nate, is the protagonist of one of the best-selling video game series on PlayStation. I am a fan and naturally, I have a thing for this upcoming video game-based flick. Here’s what …