Sure we all saw the leaked version of the Suicide Squad trailer from this weekend’s SDCC, but the official release is here and it is glorious.
The movie has fans divided, but if this didn’t convince naysayers, I don’t know what will. It was brilliant to have Viola Davis’ Amanda Waller narrate the first half of the trailer. Her voice is so soothing and yet commanding. She will be a chilling character.
The creepy music and the clocks ticking in the background give the affect that this movie will be unlike any DC movie you have seen before, and I count that as a step in the right direction for the DCCU.
But the most important characters revealed here were Harley Quinn and Joker.
This preview honestly made it look like this is Harley’s movie, and I couldn’t be happier. I was afraid Margot Robbie would be too glamorous for this role, but from the first reveal of her hanging upside down in her cell playing with her hair to her “shooting” her baseball bat, I believe this Harley Quinn, the first live-action one (besides her back in Arrow) is exactly what I want to see in Harley.
And as far as Jared Leto’s Joker: he is clearly making it his. That voice, that face. It’s just great.
If you are like me, you might have been worried that The Peanuts Movie wasn’t going to be that great because the creators were going to update too much.
As it turns out, that isn’t the case. All the characters seem exactly how I remember them; this may not be as big a draw for kids as it will be for adults, but I’m okay with that. Either way, I think this will be the holiday movie for the family this year.
Charlie Brown will be voiced by Noah Schnapp, and Bill Melendez will voice Snoopy and Woodstock.
The Peanuts Movie will be in theaters November 6th, 2015.
A new trailer for The Man from U.N.C.L.E. dropped yesterday, and all I can think is, “Yup. Still gonna see this.”
The movie is based off the popular 60’s show of the same name.
Adapted by Guy Ritchie, The Man from U.N.C.L.E. follows Napoleon Solo (Henry Cavill), an American Agent who must team up with Russian Agent Illya Kuryakin (Armie Hammer) to stop an unknown international crime organization.
The film also stars Alicia Vikander (Ex Machina), Jared Harris (Mad Men), Elizabeth Debicki (The Great Gatsby), Luca Calvani (The Bold and the Beautful) and Hugh Grant (you know that guy, I hope).
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. will be in theaters August 14th.
There have been lots of pictures and clips from the set of the newest Bond film Spectre. But none have really captured my interest. Daniel Craig looking pensive isn’t what James Bond is about. He is about cars, guns, girls, and bad-assery. So the latest teaser (extended for TV) finally caught my attention when it featured the James Bond I know and love.
Mockingjay Part 2 doesn’t come out for a while, but that didn’t stop the teaser-trailer from dropping almost 6 months early.
And holy hell, does this movie look depressing. I am an avid fan of the books, but was of the opinion that splitting the last book up into two movies (and yeah, I know it was to milk the money) was BAD idea.
It isn’t because I hate the idea of studios stealing money from viewers, although this is also true, but more so because the second half of the book Mockingjay is really, really sad. There is no way the “happy ending” will make up for all the devastation about to occur in this movie. I’m not a huge fan of sad moment after sad moment, so Mockingjay Part 2 will have to do a little bit of fleshing out in order to make this a movie aimed to the same tween audience it has been attracting for years.
Anyway, I leave you with the trailer and a three-finger salute.
Mockingjay Part 2 will be in theaters November 20th, 2015.
The new trailer for Batman Unlimited: Monster Mayhem is here, and it is definitely geared towards kids.
Joker is taking over Gotham via a computer virus, all with the help of Solomon Grundy, Scarecrow, Clayface and Silver Banshee. Batman and crew (Green Arrow, Cyborg, Nightwing and Red Robin) must stop the bad guys before they destroy the city! Oh, and it all happens around Halloween.
The original full-length animated feature will be out on DVD and Blu-Ray August 18th, but we think it should come out in October for the holiday. Do you hear that WB/DC?