What if I just opted out of the mandatory six-month hype cycle for the new Avengers movie? What if I just didn’t watch the trailer & ignored everything about it until next summer? I’m pretty sure I could use those little snippets of time for something else, right? Just put my blinders on & power through. What is this trailer really going to tell me that I don’t already know? Go in blind, man, be surprised!
LOL I don’t have that kind of willpower ok here it is:
Some thoughts after the jump: Continue reading
Fantastic Shaun of the Dead/Hott Fuzz/The World’s End posters, up for grabs at Mondo by the amazing Logan Faerber. Get’em while you can, preferably whilst leaping through the air & firing two guns at the same time.
Well…well. I mean…ok. I guess? <sigh> If you have four-and-a-half minutes and aren’t tired of Tommy Wiseau, watch him re-enact the Joker/Batman interrogation scene from The Dark Knight.
I’m wrong again, as I never thought Ant-Man would work in the first place and here we are with a sequel. This might be Paul Rudd’s perfect role. Also, how has he looked the same for the past twenty years,?
PS – Didn’t some other Marvel movie just come out or something? Forever Glove or Eternal Mitten or something? Anybody see it? Thoughts on it go in the comments below, True Believers!
Deadpool 2 looks about as watchable as the first one so – I guess let your reaction to that movie be your guide on this one. I’m liking the casting for Cable more and more though.
Everybody’s “favorite” “actor” Tommy Wiseau is angling for the job of The Joker…for some reason. Some enterprising genius plopped his audition reel into The Dark Knight. Enjoy!
MY SECRET SHAME. Well, alongside having never played Shadow of the Colossus or Ico…
Cast your glowing metal eye upon CABLE, in the trailer for this summer’s Deadpool 2, the sequel to…Deadpool 1.
“REGENERATION POWERS ACTIVATE!”
You’ve got 6 weeks or so to check out some dope new art from DC area artists inspired by Star Wars and/or The Last Jedi but all the cool kids (and me) will be there this Friday. Be there or get dropped into a Sarlaac Pit.
Holiday Starkillers celebrates the cultural phenomena of George Lucas’ epic space opera. In painting, photography, and sculpture, six rebel scum artists explore Star Wars’ films, thematic parallels, early conceptualizations, and astounding mass merchandising. Featuring works by Andrew Wodzianski, Scott G. Brooks, Chris Bishop, Greg Ferrand, Jared Davis, and Steve Strawn.
Exhibition runs December 11 – January 9, 2016.
I don’t remember the last time I watched anime on purpose but I am anxiously awaiting this. Like I’ve said before, I’m a total sucker for interesting new character designs and this fits that description like a thing that fits another thing real well.