If you didn’t get enough superhero action today with the “Wonder Woman” trailer or the Netflix Marvel trailers, then here’s another one to chomp on. Warner Bros. has just released the first trailer for Zack Snyder’s “Justice League.”
Gal Gadot returns as the titular character in her first solo big screen debut. As everyone is aware by now, we got our first taste of her in this year’s “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.” Most people credited her with being the best part of that film. If anything, it was certainly exciting to see Wonder Woman on the movie screen for the first time.
First up is a kick-ass (literally) teaser trailer for Luke Cage. He’s a character with super strength and unbreakable skin, who made his Marvel debut last year in the Netflix series “Jessica Jones.”
The last time we saw Fry, Leela, Bender and the rest of the gang of Planet Express was on a very well done crossover with the “Simpsons” a while back. And I would love to see another one of those again, but alas, it was probably just a one-off.
I, like many others, was not happy about that BS cliffhanger they gave us at the end of season 6. Not that I have a problem with cliffhangers, but they teased that scene/upcoming death all season and choose not to pay it off. It was a very poor choice and turned a lot of fans off.
A number of television spots highlighting individual characters from the upcoming David Ayer film “Suicide Squad” have popped up. This includes one for Jared Leto’s The Joker as well.
Also included is the first released clip from the film which focuses on the character of Enchantress.
I have found this show to be exceptionally enjoyable. Even though I really liked “The Clone Wars” I didn’t expect a lot from “Rebels” when it was first announced. But I was hooked from the very first episode and haven’t stopped watching since.
This past weekend at the Star Wars Celebration in London a new Behind The Scenes Video was presented for the upcoming Star Wars solo film “Rogue One.” The video shows a good amount of new snippets from the film.
Posted below are three clips from the new film, which stars Chris Pine as Kirk, Zachary Quinto as Spock, and Karl Urban on McCoy. Justin Lin directs.