Am I the only person having trouble getting excited for the final season of Jessica Jones? I mean, Jessica Jones was already not my favorite of the Netflix Marvel series. This trailer wasn't horrible, but with that big Final Season hanging over it, it does make me care a little less. I've lost interest all together in the Rachael Taylor character. My favorite thing about this show, Killgrave, got took out in Season 1. There's just not much pulling me into wanting to see this. This trailer would've had to be phenomenal to change that, & instead I came out of it as meh. I'll try nonetheless. I've made it this far. Maybe the fact that I'm not expecting much will help. What do y'all think? Does this trailer do it for you? Or doe that even matter when you know we're going nowhere after this? Put it in the comments, like, & share.
So while this new spot for Avengers: Endgame doesn't really show us much new footage, it does tell us some new info on the mission. Captain America's pep talk to his fellow Avengers let's us know they're splitting up into teams. This means the battle is going to be waged on multiple fronts most likely. Which for me only adds to the epicness of a "for everything" battle scene. This spot also ends on a hilarious exchange with Rocket & Ant-Man. Great quick spot, but can this just go ahead & happen already. The 25th seems so far away. What do y'all think of this whole multi-front battle angle? Put it in the comments, like, and share.
Captain Marvel has had its ups & downs with me so far. In the last trailers I mentioned that "powered up" she looked awesome, but otherwise Brie Larson just looked kinda bored. On top of that Samuel L Jackson was stealing the scene left and right. Not the case with this newly released "Special Look". Jackson's still great, but this trailer gave some life to Larson out of full costume. Their back & forth seemed much more natural this time around. Leading me to hope I only felt that way in the first ones due to how the snippets were cut. I absolutely loved the Jukebox scene they put in here, not to mention the SHIELD logo quip. Comedic scenes aside though, this first foray into the cosmic side of the Marvel universe looks pretty intense this time around. You get more looks at her while team as well as some more of the training with Jude Law. Still no clear consensus on Law's character though. I'm still leaning towards Mar-Vell, even with the Yon-Rogg Funko "mishap". I keep thinking that was either misdirection or we're going to get a combination of the characters with the film's release. Making it a huge Spoiler instead. I digress though, back to the trailer. Which is hands down the first one for this film I've absolutely loved start to finish so far. It has totally renewed my excitement for this release. I also can't help but think this isn't as much set up for Captain Marvel in Avengers: Endgame as it is set up for the future of Marvel Studios as a whole. If this is what I think it is, it could be setting us up for the next major event post-Endgame . Those who are enriched in the actual Marvel comics probably already know where I'm going with this, but I think a "Secret Invasion" might've already occurred. Our heroes futures, based on this one's past might just be dealing with the ramifications. Anyways, as of now that's just speculation. So on another note, what did y'all think of this special look? Was it special enough for ya? Put it in the comments, like, & share.
One of the really big or small questions, depending how you look at it, during Avengers: Infinty War was, where was Ant-Man during all the chaos. Short answer is house arrest, but in the first video to announce the trailer the Avengers cast had a little fun with that question. Underneath that video is the new trailer that just dropped today. I gotta say this trailer felt refreshing after the events of Avengers: Infinity War. After all that intensity this feels like relaxing after a hard day's work, & that's crazy to say considering this trailer looks like it totally amped up the action from the first outing. They also look like they heard the memo that we all want more Michael Pena. The real standout to me though, is this looks like Wasp might steal the whole show. Ant-Man might wind up her comic relief. Even though do seem to be getting a lot of giant Ant-Man, this trailer seems to be all her. We also get to see more of Ghost though. Our antagonist this time around. From what I do know, this is a pretty intriguing character. Mostly dealing in industrial espionage, this film fits the character perfectly. I really love how they handle the phasing effect. I thought the first film was amazing. They were going for a perfect blend of comedy with superhero, & they completely nailed it. Judging from this trailer they're about to do it again. Loving the Goliath cameo!! Anyway, great trailer, that's the new poster beneath it. I think it even gives more of a Wasp takes front vibe too, but we'll just have to see. I'll be there July 6th. Will y'all? Put it in the comments, like, & share.
Marvel Studios has just dropped the newest trailer for Avengers: Infinity War , & it shows exactly why this is my most anticipated film this year. I've already watched this thing three times & it's been up less than 20 minutes. I can't even pick a favorite moment. It's somewhere in between Star Lord & Iron Man coming up with a plan, or the Spider-Man/Dr. Strange introduction. That action looks like it's on an epic Lord of the Rings scale. The craziest part about that statement? I'm doubting they've showed us anything that happened past the 30 minute to an hour mark. I'm betting this is tame compared to what's to come when we see the whole thing on April 27th. Also really cool is you get a blink & you'll miss it shot of Thanos' "Black Order". That's his crew of super villains. In fact, you get a really good look at the finished product for that Ebony Maw vs Dr. Strange scene we saw pics for last year behind the scenes. He looks awesome. All the heroes going to war in Wakanda looks awesome. Hell, this whole friggin' trailer looks awesome. I can't wait, & though they didn't show him much, apparently Hulk plays a big part in this who me thing. According to Ruffalo, Banner has a lot more control now, Hulk will use simple sentences now, & he will be bringing the warning of Thanos. He also touched on not really understanding the events of Civil War . Hulk was off planet so he & Banner see this from the outside looking in. Anyway, check out the trailer, & let me know what you think. Something this big will definitely be rolling over into Avengers 4. Put your thoughts in the comments, like, & share.
Netflix has announced season 2 of Marvel's Luke Cage with an action packed announcement trailer. June 22nd is the day to mark on your calendar to see the further adventures of Harlem's invulnerable hero in a hoodie. I really enjoyed the first half of the first season. The second half was kind of a trainwreck, but for TV standards still good. They were just delivering movie standards in the first half though. One mistake derailed the thing. Anyway, this trailer is basically just saying, "Remember Luke Cage? He's coming back." Will you be there? Put it in the comments, like, & share
So, out of all the Marvel shows on Netflix we've got so far, Jessica Jones has probably been my least favorite. Don't get me wrong, I've liked them all. She just happened to be the show I liked the least. Loved David Tennant as Killgrave, & anytime he was there the show really shined. It's just when he wasn't there, I didn't care as much. Now it looks as if we're going to get a Jessica Jones origin story. It also looks really good. This trailer has me very intrigued about a back story I thought I didn't need. I'm already more invested in this than I was in the first run. Even without Tennant's Kilgrave, though I'll take one good guess who that is clapping towards the end. I can't believe it though. All in all, this trailer has me really looking forward to Season 2's March 8th release. What do y'all think? About the first season & this trailer? Put it in the comments, like, & share.
These past two spots for Marvel's upcoming Black Panther showcase the women of Wakanda. As much as that sounds like a new wrestling organization, it's the women Black Panther keeps around him as bodyguards. These really get into what they are beyond that. Seeing them fight though, you'd almost want to take your chances with the Panther. The closer this film gets the more excited I find myself getting for it. It's already broke Marvel records for presales. I'm ready to see if Marvel can do it with another obscure character. I still can't get over the fact we live in a world where we can watch Captain America, Thor, & Iron Man. Much less Ant-man, Guardians of the Galaxy, Doctor Strange, & now, Black Panther. If you'd have said this would happen to me as a kid, I'd say you were crazy & that no one in their right mind would green light a bunch of unknown characters. Here we are though, virtually everyone is a comic nerd like myself now, & we are all getting treated to these amazing stories that have been fine tuned over years. I digress though, this is about these badass women of Wakanda. I can't wait to see them in action. I can't help but think they will provide us with some of the best action throughout the film for that matter. What do y'all think though? Got your tickets yet? Put it in the comments, like, & share.
The marketing for Marvel's upcoming Black Panther has seemed to hit overdrive as the February 16th release date keeps inching closer. I'm loving how they're doing it though. Out of all the trailers for this movie, instead of giving us brand new stuff, they build on the stuff we've already seen. To me this is the best way to do this long term marketing, because you don't give a lot if your film away in the previews. It's cool, you see some new stuff, but you don't damage anymore scenes. This movie looks amazing too. Put this new trailer with the others, & I really get a feeling this is going to be so something unique & really special in the MCU. With every trailer so far, my anticipation for this film rises. What do y'all think though? Rushing out for your tickets? Put it in the comments, like, &, share.
While we still don't get to see Thanos hurl a planet like the audience at D23, this trailer is kick ass. I should've recorded myself watching this one, because I've never been as excited through a trailer as I was this trailer for Avengers: Infinity War. Just seeing all these characters together got me going. Hell, was screaming by the end reveal. Stand outs? Thanos, by far Thanos. Just seeing him manhandle Iron Man & Spider-Man lets me know he's definitely going to be the threat he's been built up as. Did you see how huge he is? Then there's the new Spider-suit. We're getting closer & closer to that Iron-Spider suit from the comics. That thing was awesome! And the major stand out was it's looking like I hope you got your funny out with Guardians of the Galaxy 2 & Thor: Raganarok. This one looks like it's got some odds, & it's taking itself seriously this time around. I'm getting the vibe that we're going to see the Avengers on multiple fronts too. As opposed to the whole band getting back together. I'm sure that will happen eventually, but it really looked like they're starting in their separated places they were left off in Civil War. This looks way too big to sum up in this one film, so if I had to guess, no matter what it's named Avengers 4 will still be either dealing with this, or at least the effects of what happens here. Feige has recently said that 4 will end the Avengers story as it started from Iron Man, & set the Marvel Universe in another direction. I'm guessing that just means no after credits scenes for Avengers 4. Anyway, trailer is friggin' awesome, my only drawback is this don't come out today. Check it out, I really want to know what y'all think! Put it in the comments, like, & share.
Yup, I'm pretty sure those were Kree. Still tying to pump up excitement for Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D season 5, this new trailer dropped, & with some pretty visuals, cryptically tells us nothing really. I did however ket me know I was wrong, we're probably not going to get Agents of S.W.O.R.D.. Instead, it looks like the team is held captive in space by some sort of cult? I did get that they have to escape this space station, prison, day spa, whatever it is. Anyway, we should get some answers to what looks like it could be an action packed space romp December 1st with a two hour premier. I'm actualky hoping this puts some consistency this show being good. It ended on a real high note with me, & trailer definitely does it justice. Hope the story can keep up, the idol worship of Coulson makes me want a little more explanation. What did y'all think though? Put it in the comments, like, & share.
Marvel's Runaways is set to hit HULU on November 21st, & I can't wait after this preview. Here you get a small taste of the groups power set, & holy crap someone is going to turn into a dinosaur! I'm so in for this show, I wouldn't be surprised if I watched the whole thing in a couple days. Watch out Netflix, because this show looks all kind of awesome without the grittiness of the Netflix lineup. Not that that's a good or bad thing, I love the Netflix shows, but I'm betting this will open up the series to a wider array of younger fans. Anyway, I can't wait for this show to start. If you're on the other side of that coin, watch this preview & then let me know what you think. Put it in the comments, like, & share.
This is how you retell an origin story that's already been told a couple times. The new preview for Marvel's The Punisher airing in full November 17th on Netflix gives us a quick look at Frank Castle's revamped beginnings. I've always thought when it comes to origin stories as long as you keep the basic essentials you can change the rest however suits your story. This is a great example of that mind-frame. Keep the essentials, Daredevil's blinding, Spider-Man's Spider-bite, Frank's family, these all have to happen. How they happen, the details, can be changed up though, & not effect the core essence of the story. Once again though, this trailer delivers. This looks like it's going to be the best Netflix has gave us so far. What do y'all think though? Put it in the comments, like, & share.
I'm not one to usually want to give up time. Time is a precious thing. After this trailer though, what's a little less than a month? I totally want to fast-forward to August 18th so I can park myself in front of a TV & not get up until this is over. Daredevil (Charlie Cox), Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), Luke Cage (Mike Colter), & the Immortal Iron Fist (Finn Jones) team up "Avengers" style to take down the infamous "Hand" organization. Putting them at odds with Alexandria (Sigourney Weaver), a new addition & one of the things I'm looking most forward to about this 8-part series. I've been a fan of Weaver since I was a child, & that opening line about both sides of a war having to think they're the good guys is the main thing I always want in a villain. There's two villains that make really good stories. One that's just flat out evil incarnate, & then there's the one that thinks they're essentially doing the right thing. The latter of the two always seems to be the one that stands a better chance, & make the most terrifying antagonists. In addition to the heroes & main baddie, you get to see a little taste of lots of side characters. I noticed the return of Elektra (Elodie Young), Foggy (Elden Henson), Claire (Rosario Dawson), Madame Gao (Wai Ching Ho), Stick (Scott Glenn), & Colleen Wing (Jessica Henwick). That's just on the first couple times through, I wouldn't doubt it if others are in there as well. This trailer has me pumped though. I'm definitely more excited for this than I have been any of these Marvel Netflix releases to date. What do you think? Does this trailer have yo as pumped as I am? Let me know in the comments, like, & share.
I want to start this by saying I really, really want this to be good. Hell, I want it to be great. These trailers are not giving that much hope though. This one is a lot better than the last, but it's still not good. For everything you see that makes you feel a little better about this going in, you see just as much that makes you want to run away as fast as possible. Some of the effects look better than the last time around. Then, you get to the first shots of Medusa using her hair. All I could do was shake my head. They keep pumping this IMAX thing through the whole trailer, & I hope they realize they are just giving us a bigger canvas to tear apart their art. The acting looks high school play quality at times. I just don't know if this thing stands a chance. This thing just needs a proper budget. It's a lot to try to pull off on a television show budget. Even if it is a huge television show budget, these are actual super-powered heroes on a major scale. I keep thinking this might should've held off for the proper big-screen adaptation. Here's to hoping I'm wrong. I hope Sept 1st this thing blows me away at Imax. Until then what, do y'all think? Let me know down in the comments, like, & share.
Inhumans got a new poster a couple days ago followed by the announcement of a trailer to release today. First of all this new poster is way better than the last one. It at least gives you a look at something for someone who don't know who the Inhumans are. Then we get to this trailer. I had already talked about the first picture released, & how I had seen cosplay done better than what was put forth. I bring this back up now because, I feel almost the same about this trailer. I still have high hopes for this, but to me it came off as being almost fan made. Even Lockjaw the Dog, which I thought was the best part of this trailer by the way, came off looking like a special effect. Even the sets screamed fan film. I know this is a television series & budgets aren't going to be the size of the theatrical films, but I figured with this thing being shot in Imax & debuting in Imax they'd come with it. At least for the pilot. Fingers crossed this thing has enough story to get past all that. We won't know for sure until Sept. 1 when this thing debuts in Imax theaters, but I'm a little worried. What do y'all think of this trailer? Yay or nay? Are we all still excited for Inhumans or am I right to be a little concerned? Let us know in the comments, like. & share.
I just got finished basically doing two things. Begging Spider-Man Homecoming to stop showing me any more trailers, & praising them for at least not really giving away any of Michael Keaton's Vulture. Well in the ultimate we don't listen to you, there's not only another trailer, but it features Keaton's Vulture & his crew. Once again, great trailer, but who's money do you not have yet? With everything shown so far if they're not going to see Spidey, then they're not going to see Spidey. Stop giving away this movie any further. I can't wait for this thing to come out now so I can see it, & save myself for catching any more for free. Anyway, what do y'all think? Not only of the trailer, but an I wrong? Has this thing not been over-trailered yet? Let us know in the comments, like, & share.
Marvel Studios released their first Black Panther trailer & poster yesterday, & I'm beginning to think Marvel can do no wrong. This looks really good. I mean, look at Chadwick Boseman in that poster down there. He's got regal written all over him. Andy Serkis looks amazing reprising his role as Ulysses Klaue. We get a look at Martin Freeman's Everett K. Ross & Lupita Nyong'o's Nakia. Wakanda looks great, with it's mix of "tribal" Africa & the hidden "science fiction" Africa of Wakanda. As a teaser this is awesome. I can't wait to get a full trailer so we can get some a couple story nuggets to go with these visuals. I don't know much about Black Panther except the basics, & I usually don't get to say that much when it comes to these Marvel movies. So I'm a little more excited than usual for this one, as I don't really have a clue as to what's going to happen. Other than the obvious someone wants Wakanda's vibranium. The only worry I have so far going in is every time I saw Michael B. Jordan in the trailer I couldn't help but think, hey it's Apollo Creed's son. So if anything I hope as we get into the film I can put that thought aside, & get into this new character. Can't wait for more, but even more importantly what do y'all think of not only this trailer, but the poster too? Let us know in the comments, like, & share.
Letting us know that Spider-Man Homecoming will be super-fun this time around, I'm beginning to think we're getting to a dangerous over trailering of this movie. While I love the scenes showed, some of the new suit's web features in action, Tom Holland having fun as the wall crawler, & a very sinister sounding Keaton as Vulture. The movie looks awesome. We're just reaching the point of, if you're not convinced by now, you probably never will be. I just don't want to be Spider-manned out by the time this thing comes around. Anyway, another great trailer. Letting me know, based on just the trailers, I'm really going to like this interpretation of Spider-man/Iron Man 4. Just bring on July 7th soon though before they give us an editable mini-movie. What do y'all think? Too much push? Let us know in the comments, like, & share.
The international trailer for Thor: Ragnarok dropped today, & all in all it's nothing to get excited about if you've already seen the domestic trailer. It's basically just the domestic trailer with all the humor stripped away. So what you get is a way more serious looking Thor film. Either way the movie still looks great. You still get the idea, Hela's out to destroy Asgard, Thor's on another planet having to play Gladiator, & he's fighting to get back & make a stand for Asgard with his usual cadre of companions. Now with more Hulk. That missing humor really put this over in my opinion though, so Ima just go with the domestic. What to you think? Let us know in the comments, domestic or imported?