Disney has released a new trailer and a few brand new images from BIG HERO 6. We’ve seen the fun and adventure in previous trailers (and there’s more of it here), but this footage lets us see the heart of the film for the first time. BIG HERO 6 is looking really good. Continue reading
DEADPOOL is finally happening. Fox has moved FANTASTIC FOUR back to August 7, 2015 and brought back Bryan Singer to direct X-MEN: APOCALYPSE. Meanwhile, Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment are moving forward with a SUICIDE SQUAD movie and a SUPERGIRL television show. Yeah, plenty to discuss on the latest Superhero Movie Talk!
Director Josh Trank’s FANTASTIC FOUR has been moved back from June 19, 2015 to August 7, 2015. Pushing release dates back can be a cause for concern, but not in this case. This is all about financial incentive, not production issues. Continue reading
Long stuck somewhere between the endless rumor mill and development hell, DEADPOOL is finally on its way to a theater near you. Twentieth Century Fox has dated the film for February 12, 2016 with Tim Miller directing. Ryan Reynolds, who’s long been attached to the title role, is expected to star, but his involvement has not been confirmed. Continue reading
Marvel Studios has released the first official synopsis for AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON. As we already knew, the technological antagonist, Ultron, will emerge through the best intentions of Tony Stark, a.k.a. Iron Man. It is worth noting that the plot description calls out the AVENGERS sequel as a “unique global adventure.” The first film staged its battles aboard the Helicarrier and in New York. The results were epic, but it’s great to know this new story will be even bigger and force Earth’s Mightiest Heroes to combat a threat that could be attacking all around the globe. Check out the full synopsis below. Continue reading
Director Zack Snyder has shown us the Batmobile from BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE in all its glory. We discuss Batman’s new ride and the gun issue it brings up. Then, we move on to our featured topic, previewing the upcoming superhero television season while letting you know how you can hear all about it on this podcast all season long. MARVEL’S AGENT CARTER, MARVEL’S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D., ARROW, THE FLASH, CONSTANTINE, and GOTHAM are all up for discussion!
After several spy photos were posted online over the past couple days, director Zack Snyder quelled fans’ vehicular desperation with the first full and official look at the Batmobile from BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE. Armed and dangerous, this car’s lean yet jagged design looks like the beautiful baby of a Tumbler and the more classic Batmobile designs from the comics and Tim Burton’s BATMAN (1989).
Superhero Movie Talk is back and the genre has been very generous in providing news this past week. First, we discuss Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s casting as Black Adam in SHAZAM and where that film will fit along with BATMAN V SUPERMAN and the rest of the DC cinematic universe, if at all. Then, we talk about Joaquin Phoenix possibly playing DOCTOR STRANGE for Marvel and which female led superhero film should arrive first, Black Widow or Captain Marvel. All this, plus your questions about Black Panther, Benedict Cumberbatch, and more answered!
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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is finally coming to the superhero movie genre! After speculation intensified in recent weeks, Johnson has officially been cast as Black Adam, a character he was originally rumored to play years ago, in New Line Cinema’s SHAZAM. Johnson made the announcement, as only he could, on Twitter this morning. Continue reading