The Latino Review claims to have inside knowledge on what DC comic storyline the “Justice League” movie will be based on, and if they’re right, then I’m kind of worried DC and Warner Bros. are going too big too fast.
There it is. What do you think?
It kind of comes off as a bit pretentious, honestly. Like it’s trying to be an arthouse film that doesn’t know its audience. I do like the trailer, though, especially the interactions between Clark and his adoptive parents, because it looks like the movie will emphasize the human side of Superman, which is a robust theme in and of itself, but one that can be explored many different ways. But the thin hint at action has me worried a bit, because it is a comic book/super hero movie, after all. Maybe Warner Bros. is trying to rein in director Zack Snyder a bit, considering he has the tendency to go too big too fast.
I’m still excited for this movie, though. Very excited. Especially if it’s the movie to set the tone for 2015′s “Justice League.”
‘The Walking Dead’ fun hour: Buy this shirt (because it rules) and watch every kill in season 3 (so far)
“The Walking Dead” is the hottest thing going right now, fresh off its midseason finale where fans were left in cliffhanger city as Daryl and Merle Dixon were reunited and, probably, having their last breaths together as brothers. Heck, it’s been one of the most-talked about shows ever, so it’s no surprise people are wanting to cash in on the mayhem.
Above is your first official look at Bard the Bowman (Luke Evans) and Legolas (Orlando Bloom) in “The Hobbit” sequel, “There and Back Again.” Bard looks pretty awesome and, somehow, someway, Bloom looks younger than he did in the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy. Makeup and movie magic at its finest.
Bard will play a bigger role in the sequels, since he’s the (spoiler!) man to bring down the evil dragon, Smaug.
And here it is. Thoughts after the jump.
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This is just too cool. Check out the “Jurassic Park” movie in web comic form. It’s done really well and is a good bit of fun, but it isn’t completed yet.
Latino Review has an exclusive piece worth checking out: They say they know what villain the Justice League will face off against in their 2015 movie. And that villain is Darkseid, which is no doubt DC’s and Warner Bros.’ answer to Marvel using Thanos in “Avengers 2.”
I would listen to Christopher Lee read anything all day long. He just has one of those voices, you know?
This video is older but it’s the first I’ve come across it, so here it is!