Author: Matt Key

New BLACK PANTHER Trailer Takes Us to Necropolis and Beyond

What’s that emoji that has the giant surprised eyes and pencil thin mouth, as if it’s just taken in far too much information to process the sundry splendors it’s just beheld? Yeah. That one. Welcome to the new Black Panther trailer, where your face will do the same thing. This morning Marvel Studios released their first full trailer for Black Panther, sneaking it onto the internet without an announcement — the true King of Wakanda would have it no other way. The trailer gives us a lot of new footage and a lot of new moments to get excited...

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The Demon Bear Is Coming in THE NEW MUTANTS Trailer

In the year 2000, Fox Studios released their very first X-Men movie which has turned out to be a relatively important debut. There are a lot of people who would point to that film as the one that started our current collective obsession with big screen superheroes. It proved that superhero films could actually be good films, that they didn’t have to be cheesy B-movies with low budget special effects; they could be well made films that feature incredible actors portraying fleshed-out characters. In other words, superhero movies could be good. Really good. RELATED: New Mutants to be a...

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Expect a NEW MUTANTS Trailer Released Tomorrow

The X-Men film franchise has been with Fox for the better part of two decades now. The studio released their first X-Men film in 2000 and some fans and scholars point to this as the beginning of the new craze in superhero film making. Up until that point, we’d had Superman and Batman, but they were always a bit of an anomaly in the industry, their success owed mostly to the power of their IP, not the films themselves. With X-Men, Fox proved that a relatively unknown property outside of diehard comic fans could generate huge box office numbers...

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AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR Trailer To Hit Before Year’s End

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a vast and lengthy one, with some 16 films already made and at least 6 more coming in their Phase Three. Marvel Studios has made an estimated total gross of $12 billion and shows no signs of slowing down, with box office estimates on Thor: Ragnarok sitting at $90-$100 million for their opening weekend. To call the studio a success is a bit of an understatement. By 2012, we all knew that the MCU was the studio to beat, but then they released The Avengers that year and we finally saw the power of...

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A New Rumor Suggests Casting Underway for Marvel Family in SHAZAM

Back in 1939, Fawcett Comics created the character of Billy Batson, a young boy who could transform into the superheroic adult known as Captain Marvel. Not — that Captain Marvel. It’s for this reason, that of avoiding confusion with their competitor, that DC Comics changed the name from Captain Marvel to Shazam when they bought Fawcett Comics. The name is based on the word that Billy Batson would shout out to make the transformation — SHAZAM!     That name, by the way, is an acronym for Solomon’s wisdom Hercules’s strength Atlas’s stamina Zeus’s power Achilles’s courage Mercury’s speed. The...

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Clip for CONSTANTINE Animated Series Gives Us Our First Bloody Look

Wait. DC’s very own Hellblazer, Constantine, has an animated series now? Seriously? That’s amazing! And it’s even more amazing when you see this clip. Constantine originally aired on NBC, starring Matt Ryan in the titular role as the world-weary wizard thrust into a life of fighting dark, demonic forces in our earthly plain. However, the series only lasted for one season before the network cancelled it. Fans were heartbroken as it really didn’t get the chance it needed to grow into the great show it could have become. RELATED: Constantine Coming Back as an Animated Series However, the CW...

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NYCC 2017: We’ve Got Our First Look at the Teaser for THE RUNAWAYS

Inhumans just hit our screens a couple weeks ago and Fox’s The Gifted, an X-Men spin-off, hit just this week, but that’s not all the Marvel TV series we’re getting this year! We’ve still got The Runaways, a series that will see a group of kids, all related through the friendships of their parents, discovering that their parents are actually villains that are part of an evil cabal called The Pride. After this discovery, the kids all go on the run, come to terms with how evil their parents are as they also learn how to use their superpowers....

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Gore Verbinski Rumored to Be the New Director for Channing Tatum’s GAMBIT

Pirates of the Caribbean. The Ring. Rango. A Cure for Wellness. The films of Gore Verbinski. And why are we bringing this up right now? Because, in an exclusive out of Deadline, we have the news that Mr. Verbinski is “making a deal” to direct the X-Men spinoff film, Gambit. It’s been a troubled production since its inception, having gone through at least two directors including Doug Liman. The film has been without a director for the better part of this year, with Verbinski being the first director named to the project since Liman’s departure. While, yes, he is...

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Yo-Yo Rodriguez Is now a Series Regular in AGENTS OF SHIELD

Despite being a show with it’s fair share of ups and downs, Agents of SHIELD, with each progressive season, has gotten better and better. It’s not a perfect show, but what it excels at is bravely turning the tables and not shying away from jumping headlong into some pretty deep stakes — this is, of course, my own account of the show, you may feel differently. A perfect example of this is in the first season when boy scout agent Grant Ward turned out to be a Hydra sleeper agent. Or when Skye turned out to be Daisy Ridley,...

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Casting Call for ANT-MAN AND THE WASP Hints at Flashbacks for Janet Van Dyne

Think back to the original Ant-Man film from 2015 when Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) told his daughter Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly) the truth about what happened to her mother, Janet Van Dyne. Hank had told Hope her entire life that her mother died in an accident, but Hope always knew that was a lie. She always assumed that her mother had died in connection with her father’s Pym-tech — and it turns out, she wasn’t wrong. Both her mom and dad were the Silver Age heroes known as the Ant-Man and the Wasp and, in 1987, her mother...

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