Could Superman be flying solo again after all?
THR’s unparalleled movie scooper Kim Masters is back with a report on the making of Suicide Squad which reveals the studio turmoil behind the making of the film/a>, including a director untested in the high stakes waters of superhero franchise filmmaking, a too short production period, and a struggle to get to the final cut. […]
Although the premiere looked like a lot of fun, the fact that Suicide Squad’s reviews were heavily embargoed seemed to suggest that perhaps the film itself wasn’t as fun and zany as many hoped. (I’m not that familiar with the source material, but none of the trailers seemed particularly funny to me.) While the DC […]
Deep in the deepest deep bit of the Interwebs, where the nice people don’t go, 50 people in anoraks with awful social lives called The Really Very Serious Alan Moore Scholars’ Group meet to compare notes. Sometimes, if the planets align correctly, they get to ask questions. Not just about what terrible thing happened to […]
While Thursday and Friday’s offerings in the convention center’s biggest exhibit space focused more on television and other areas of interest, it was Saturday where the two 800lb gorillas of SDCC took the spotlight. Saturday’s crowd began to enter the 6,500 seat room around 10 am, with the majority of those early attendees opting to […]
November sees the launch of Marvel’s Doctor Strange, putting Benedict Cumberbatch into the Marvel Universe for the first time. At the studio’s Hall H event last night at SDCC, hosted by Chris Hardwick, the cast came out to unveil both a new poster and trailer for the movie. Both place their main emphasis on the effects, […]
Last night Marvel confirmed the reports that Oscar winning actress Brie Larson, best known for Scott Pilgrim Vs The World, and Room, has been cast as Captain Marvel herself, Carol Danvers. As part of the news, released at Hall H during the Marvel Studios panel, a new title logo was also revealed, as seen above. Larson took […]