Last night the internet and DC fan boys got a treat with a new Suicide Squad trailer. Not only does this feauture many scenes not yet shown, it also shows The Dark Night himself, Batman in the trailer. Batman is seen what seems to be him saving Harley Quinn, using the Batmobile, and jumping into water. See the video and pictures below!
Suicide Squad Trailer April 10th 2016
This trailer, specially combined with the previous ones, speaks volumes of what we can expect from the Suicide Squad movie, but here are some images of Batman from the trailer:
Here Batman is seen with a mouthpiece, most likely to help him breathe under water. Continue reading “Batman Seen in New Suicide Squad Trailer”
After the recent announcement that Marvel will recast Spider-Man to appear in Captain America: Civil War, and possibly other Marvel movies, recasting has started for a younger Peter Parker. Now that Sony and Marvel reached an agreement for movie rights for Spider-Man, and filming has starter for Civil War, the casting has been narrowed down to six young men. Which one do you think will end up playing Spider-Man?
Continue reading “Who Is Next To Play Spider-Man in Civil War?”
This review is for fun and games. I try not to take my comics and movies too serious, but love talking about it. – Cookston Igou
X-Men Apocalypse is set to release May 27th, 2016. And so far it is not looking to great. This is coming from someone who grew up loving X-Men comics and cartoons. Hey I even tried to like the previous movies, but besides X-Men First Class, I haven’t been impressed to say the least.
So what is everything wrong so far with this new X-Men movie? This time, we don’t even have to wait for it to come out to find errors. The first error with Apocalypse doesn’t even start with this movie! It is the credit scene at the end of X-Men: Days of Future Past. It is suppose to be a young Apocalypse with four horsemen behind him. And all I can think while he builds pyramids with modern Egypt in background is when the hell is this suppose to take place!
You can clearly see modern Egypt in the background of this screenshot image. Then he is young, and in the comics Apocalypse is ancient, and lived in Ancient Egypt. But then we see the horsemen. The four horsemen of Apocalypse is part of his story, but there are problems here too. Ancient Egypt is said to have smaller horses than modern times, and mostly only used them for chariots. Oh and the horsemen don’t come into play until he creates them as full on adult villain Apocalypse. Continue reading “X-Men Apocalypse Movie: Early Review and Pictures”
Suicide Squad is part of the start of the larger DCU, DCCU? Well, anyway the DC comics cinematic universe films will all be tied together. So IMDB already lists Ben Affleck as Batman, and Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luther, following up the much hyped Batman VS. Superman: Dawn of Justice.
This post contains spoilers for Avengers: Age of Ultron! Specially the last two paragraphs! You have been told, read at own risk!
Well it has been awhile since I first made a post about the Infinity Stones in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). So now that we are towards the end of Marvel’s phase 2 of movies, and Age of Ultron is now out, let’s take a look at how close we are to seeing all the stones and the Infinity Gauntlet.
Although these stones are called gems, or infinity gems in the comic books, for some reason they are referred to as stones in the movie, so if I say gem a few times I apologize, old habit.
I already see a pattern, two stones each phase, equaling the six total stones Thanos needs to be omnipresent and all powerful. But what we didn’t realize until later in phase two, is another stone was in front of us the whole time!
Phase One: Space Stone
This is the first stone we really see. It is in Captain America and is part of the whole plot with Loki in Avengers. It has the power to open portals, and possible teleport its user. With the other stones it may cause omnipresence. Continue reading “INFINITY STONES IN THE (MCU) MARVEL CINEMATIC UNIVERSE: Part 2”