Yesterday acclaimed director James Gunn officially finished shooting scenes involving Pratt’s character Peter Quill, aka Star-Lord, in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. In the short video Pratt and Gunn thank the crew for making a 90 day shoot go so smoothly by being on time and under budget, a feat Chris Pratt notes is rare and almost unheard of.
They also make the announcement that they will be making an appearance at this years San Diego Comic-Con, held in the San Diego Convention Center July 21-24. Gunn confirms that he, Chris Pratt, and a “bunch of the gang will be there,” and that they will be bringing something “pretty cool” with them. My [...]
Warner Bros. and DC Comics’ line of original animated films released on the home and digital video market with have proven very successful for them ever since the release of Superman: Doomsday back in 2007.
Whether they are based on a well-known storyline/book or a wholly original story, fans haven’t gotten enough of them. The latest release this summer will be the long awaited, R-rated adaptation of the very famous Batman story, The Killing Joke, which will first premiere at San Diego Comic-Con International this July.
Though if you aren’t able to be at SDCC this year, don’t worry, you’ll still actually have a chance to see The Killing [...]
We reported last month some screens as well as all of the details about the upcoming movie adaptation of the zombie game franchise Dead Rising from Capcom: Dead Rising: Endgame. Now it seems we finally have a trailer thanks to the streaming service Crackle.
As previously reported, the story follows Chase Carter (Jesse Metcalfe) as he delves into a zombie-ridden city in search of answers while he finds much more than he bargains for. A massive government conspiracy lays within the ruins of a desperate civilization and Carter must team up with a team of misfits to uncover a grand conspiracy while trying to stay alive.The film is set to drop on Crackle for June 20th [...]
The Suicide Squad is all set to wreck just about everything within their eyesight on the big screen come August, but before then they were already tearing it up on CW’s Arrow. The show’s rendition of the classic villains team was well received, yet only lasted for two full episodes. Reason being that Warner Bros. are dead set on keeping their DC Comics film and TV universes completely separate with no connection at all. That doesn’t sit well with Arrow‘s own Willa Holland.
In an interview with The Mirror at the MCM Comic-Con, the actress currently playing Thea Queen/Speedy revealed that as they were building up their own Suicide Squad on the [...]