Friday, January 31, 2014

Gwen's a goner

So... this is an add for the Amazing Spider-Man 2, and it shows more, especially at the end. Just watch, and let me know what you think. Chills.

All X-Men Day's of Future Past EMPIRE Covers

Yay. Another X-Men movie starring Wolverine.

Look! More Wolverine...

Old Xavier....

Young Xavier....

Darth Gandalf....

Purple Trash Can....


What happened to Kelsey Grammer?

Black Panther's wife.... oh yeah....

I just want a heart....

Weren't you black and tall in X-Men 3?

Mr. Ice Christmas....

Stryker #3.....

What am I looking at?.....

I thought you were cut from this movie?


Where's Thunderbird?

And still no Cyclops....

Don't Blink....

An Italian Waiter.....

T-Dog 2.0.....

Get ready for another "Love Triangle".....

A purple Robo-Tech Toy.....

Slender Man.... with... the Venom Symbiote? Seriously.... what is this because it's not a Sentinel.

And the guy who made Jack The Giant Slayer.....

I am losing so much faith in this movie.... I hope it's good..... please Singer.... don't mess it up......


Thor 3 and Captain America 3

Captain America 3 and Thor 3 have their writers!

Are you excited, and who do you want to see?
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Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Michael Douglas is "Ant-Man"

I know this post is very late, but.... no excuse. So, if you haven't heard, Michael Douglas has been cast to play Hank Pym in the new Ant-Man film. In the comic books, Hank Pym was the original Ant-Man and one of the founding members of the Avengers. He was (and is) much older in the comic books, so this has risen some questions.

You can't go wrong with hiring talent in your film. There isn't much of a reason to be mad at this casting decision. The fact that they have cast a much older man playing as a younger character just tells me that they have much more planned than we know.

Since Michael is playing Hank, I think this is some conformation that Paul Rudd will be playing Scott Lang, or maybe Rudd could play a younger version of Hank Pym. That would be interesting. I'm excited to see what happens and how these actors work together.

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Thursday, January 9, 2014

All Hail the King

As most of you know, I was very opinionated when it came to the Mandarin twist in Iron Man 3. I was mad at first, then I actually thought about it and decided it was a good twist and made sense in the movie.

When I saw the character Trevor, I laughed, and that's what I like to do. This Marvel One Shot called "All Hail The King" will feature Trevor after the events of Iron Man 3. Many are disappointed that this short isn't about Loki as the king of Asgard. I think that is something that should be dealt with in an actual movie. I don't think something as important to the universe as that should be condensed to a 14 minute short.

This seems more appropriate. I just wonder what they will do in it that's exciting. Drew Pearce (co-writer for Iron Man 3) said this:

"Imagine a real terrorist organization whose beliefs were long held and religious for thousands of years, and imagine a drunk, British actor coming along and essentially telling the world that he's the face of your organization, I think they would be right to be quite angry. The Further Adventures of Trevor was something we had talked about on set all the time, and when we sat down to talk about what the short would be, it was Stephen [Broussard, executive producer of Iron Man 3] and Kevin [Feige, Marvel Studios president] and myself and Joss Whedon and Jeremy Latcham [executive producer of The Avengers.] So we kicked around a bunch of ideas and there were loads of them that we liked, and it was actually Joss who at a certain point went like, 'Or you could do the one that has Sir Ben Kingsley in it because you have access to Sir Ben Kingsley. By the end of the short, there are definitely a lot of exciting other places that are brought up in it that could then go in the Marvel universe. You know, whether that's an Iron Man movie or another one going into Phase Two or Three."

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The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Review

The greatest adventure continues with this new film called The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, or as I like to call it "The Franchise That Was Never Meant To Be."

This film leaves off after the events of the first film. Bilbo, Gandalf, Thorin, and the rest of the company continue their quest to Erabor. They are still being hunted down by Azog, the Pale Orc. The company decide to find refuge in the home of the skin changer, Beorn. They tell Beorn about their quest, and ask for his help. Beorn gives them horses. Meanwhile, Azog is summoned by his master, The Necromancer. He tasks his son, Bolg to hunt down the company while he stays to do his masters bidding.

The company arrive to Mirkwood. Gandalf see's Black Speech graffiti on an old ruin and remembers the task that was giving to him by Galadriel. He tells the company to go through the woods, not go off the path, and to meet him at the entrance of the Lonely Mountain. The company goes through the wood and lose their way. They are attacked and knocked out by Giant Spiders. With the help of the One Ring, Bilbo helps the company out of the situation. Bilbo finally learns the violent corruption the ring will give to someone.

The Wood Elves come at the same time to capture the company. The Elves are led by Legolas, and Tauriel. The company is imprisoned, but Bilbo sneaks in to save them. Thorin talks to the Elvenking, Thranduil. Thraunduill offers to help the company on their quest, but Thorin refuses the help, while reminding him that the Elves didn't help when the dragon took over Erabor. Tauriel and Kili have a nice little scene together.

Bilbo sneaks into the prison and help the company escape with wine barrels. Through an awesome scene involving a river, Elves, Orcs, and barrels, they escape, but Kili gets shot with a poison arrow.

Thranduil seals off his kingdom when he hears of an old evil resurfacing. Tauriel leaves before the kingdom is sealed, and Legolas goes after her.

Gandalf meets with Radagast in the old tomb of Nazgul. They investigate, but find that it is empty. After their escape, the company meet a man named Bard. Bard smuggles the company into into Esgaroth, a town filled with the descendants of the people of Dale. Thorin promises the Master of Laketown and the people, that when he slays the dragon, he will share the riches with the town.

While the rest of the company goes to the Lonely Mountains, Kili stays behind with Fili, Oin, and Bofur. The poison in his blood is affecting him very much at this point. Bard reveals that he has the last black tipped arrow, a weapon that can kill the dragon. Meanwhile, Gandalf goes back to Dol Guldur and sends Radagast to warn Galadriel about the tombs. Gandalf stays to find the Necromancer. He finds Orcs and is attacked by Azog. While Gandalf attempts to escape, he see's the Necromancer, and tries to hold his own against him. The Necromancer reveals himself to be Sauron.

When the rest of the company arrive to the Lonely Mountains, Bilbo finds the secret door to enter. Bilbo enters to find the Arkenstone, but he awakens Smaug instead. In Laketown, Bard attempts to put the black tipped arrow on the towns last launcher, but is arrested in the process. Bard's son is left to hide the arrow. Kili, Fili, Oin, Bofur, and Bard's daughters are then attacked by Blog and his pack of Orcs. Legolas and Tauriel come to help them fight. Legolas goes after Blog while Tauriel stays to help heal Kili. The elf and dwarf acknowledge the bond they share together. Meanwhile, Gandalf is imprisoned at Dol Guldur and see's Sauron's army marching off to the Lonely Mountain.

Bilbo and the dwarves are being hunted throughout the old tombs, and try to kill the dragon in many different ways. The final attempt is by drowning Smaug in gold, but Smaug emerges from the gold river and flies off towards Laketown to destroy everything. Bilbo watches the beast fly away and asks "What have we done?"

   I really liked this film. It was so much fun, and that's what we really want from these movies, right? We just want to have a good time.

The only problem with this movie that I had, was the problem I had with the last Hobbit film, and that problem is "Why does this need to be 3 movies?" I felt that there was more referencing to the original LOTR trilogy than there needed to be. I thought this movie had enough with the main story. You didn't need to show all the stuff relating to Sauron. Just move on to the Lonely Mountain. We all know this complaint. We know that the original book for the Hobbit has less in it that the original LOTR books. So, why is this three movies? I guess Jackson's wallet was getting light.

I still love this movie, despite that one "problem." I love the acting, especially Martin Freeman as Bilbo. He is a great joy to see on the screen. The most memorable seen was when he went off the handle when it came to the ring. I got chills when I saw that seen. "Mine." Another actor who was great is Benedict Cumberbatch as Smaug. He was so good as that dragon, and the effects looked great. He did what Weta Workshop loves to do, which is Motion Capture. He acted as the dragon, and looked pretty funny doing it.

This movie really got me pumped for the next Hobbit, but it seems I'll have to wait a whole year for that. This movie is a fun experience, and you should see it on the big screen while you still can. This movie is a Full Price! Great acting, great effects, great design, much better than the last one, and you'll have fun.    

Monday, January 6, 2014

Happy Late Holidays and Happy Late New Year

I know this is really, REALLY late, but I wanted to wish you all the best the holidays have to offer. I hope you all had a great Christmas, Kwanza, or Hanuka, and lets all have a great new year with all the new movies coming out!

Tomorrow, I will be posting my review of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. I hope you enjoy it, and once again, have a great new year!

Friday, December 20, 2013

Weekly Updates

1. Don Cheadle to appear once again.

 Don Cheadle has announced in an interview that his character James Rhodes, aka War Machine, aka Iron Patriot will appear in Avengers Age of Ultron.

The question is "Will he be War Machine or Iron Patriot?"

I'd like to see Iron Patriot at first, and then see the War Machine suit.

2. Venom movie.

The long awaited Venom spin off film is finally happening! This is going to be very interesting to see. This will be the first superhero movie with out the superhero. I hope this is going to be a VERY DARK movie. It should be like that fan film on Youtube about Venom.

3. Sinister Six film.

Same as Venom, this is a Sinister Six film without Spiderman. I am very curious how a super villain team movie will work. This is going to be a lot of fun.

4. Paul Rudd as Ant-Man.

Yay. Yay. Yay. I am very happy to hear this. I think Paul Rudd will do a good job. I think he'll be a good Scott Lang, or Hank Pym. If he's Hank Pym, I hope they go the Ultimates way. Hank Pym in that book is a real prick, and I've seen Rudd play a prick.

That's all until next time.

Here's the Fan Film. :)

Thursday, December 5, 2013

Xmen Apocalypse confirmed for 2016

Excitement is in the air. Bryan Singer just tweeted: