The very first trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past has now landed. The 2014 film is adapted from the classic comics arc, and sees director Bryan Singer returning to the series.
The film is out next spring, and the first preview stills and trailer have just been dropped. Consider us excited.
The trailer sees Cap living in a world where the government is doing something dark and questionable. Huh.
He also appears to be a fully fledged SHIELD agent. The film takes a lot from the ‘Winter Soldier’ storyline in the comics, where Cap fights an unexpected enemy – an enemy he has met before he was frozen…
The trailer for the upcoming British sci-fi series Chipped.
With Man of Steel out on the 14th of June, Warner Brothers have been pumping out a large amount of trailers, this one being the newest.
Star Trek Into Darkness is out on the 9th of May.
Byzantium is a vampire film by the acclaimed directer of Interview with the Vampire, Neil Jordan. It’s out on the 31st of May.
After Earth, starring Will Smith and his son in a world where humanity no longer survives, is out on June 7th.
World War Z, based on the best selling book, is out on the 21st of June.
Pacific Rim, where giant robots fight aliens, is out on the 12th of July.
The sequel to Kick Ass is out on the 19th of July.
The Wolverine, which should hopefully redeem the character after Origins, is out on the 26th of July.
Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters (because ‘and’ is apparently unfashionable these days) is out on the 7th of August.
The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, where a young girl believes she’s ordinary until she suddenly isn’t, is out on the 23rd of August.
Thor 2: The Dark World featuring the superb Christopher Eccleston as the dark elf baddie, is out on the 30th of October.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is out on the 22nd of November.
Zombie related TV shows, films and books have sprung up like, well, a Zombie plague outbreak of some kind, the BBC are throwing in their contribution to the outbreak with a 3 part series entitled In The Flesh.
“[In the Flesh] begins after the Zombie Uprising has been quelled by the Human Volunteer Force and life is starting to return to normal. Any surviving zombies have been captured, medicated, held in an NHS holding facility in Norfolk and are being slowly re-integrated back into society, with the help of contact lenses and cover up mousse. The story follows teenager Kieran Walker and boldly goes where no zombie drama has gone before.”
You can watch the trailer for the show below.
After watching the trailer I will admit that it got me a bit excited to be seeing a show take a different look at a Zombie Plague scenario, having said that I watched Warm Bodies last night a “rom com” about a zombie coming back to life kick-started by love of all things – I really didn’t enjoy it… Zombies just shouldn’t talk! However as the trailer and premise of the show still makes In The Flesh look awesome, so I will be eagerly awaiting its arrival on our screens.
eOne Momentum will release ROBOT & FRANK in cinemas across the UK & Ireland on March 8, 2013. Directed by Jake Schreier, ROBOT & FRANK stars Frank Langella, Susan Sarandon, James Marsden and Liv Tyler, with ‘Robot’ voiced by Peter Sarsgaard.
ROBOT & FRANK is a buddy caper. Set in the near future, aging curmudgeon and retired jewel thief Frank (Frank Langella) lives a solitary life until his son (James Marsden) installs a caretaker robot; against he and his daughter’s (Liv Tyler) wishes. The robot upends Frank’s lonely life – filled only with books and a visit to his favourite librarian (Susan Sarandon) – with a strict regimen of exercise, diet and gardening. Stubborn at first, Frank soon realises Robot hasthe ability to pull off the most calculated of heists. An unlikely friendship, and crime duo, is born.
ROBOT & FRANK received its World Premiere at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival where it was awarded the Alfred P. Sloan prize, an award given to a feature film that focuses on science or technology as a theme. It also screened at this year’s London Film Festival.
WINNER 2012 Sundance Film Festival – Alfred P. Sloan Prize
And for good measure, here’s a little bonus clip…
The second, extended trailer for Star Trek Into Darkness.
And it’s a million times better than the first, truth be told!
This Holiday season, let’s take a trip back to 1964. Let’s sip our Nog, and contemplate the terrible-wonderfulness that is “Santa Claus Conquers the Martians.” If you’re in the mood for some bad Sci Fi…this one is sure to top the Holiday list.
“Santa Claus Conquers the Martians. Santa sets up a fantastic automatic toy factory on MARS! The Martian leader battles the wicked Bomar, in a desperate effort to save Santa! The wise man of Mars, 900 years old. The Battle of the Toys, when Martian kids and Earth kids join Santa to battle the Bad Guys of Mars! For real space-age fun, you’ll be out of this world when…SANTA CLAUS CONQUERS THE MARTIANS!”
Only a few days after the Star Trek 2 poster had us feverish with anticipation, they go and release a trailer! A decidedly dark turn for those traveling upon the USS Enterprise, this trailer shows Chris Pine as Kirk fighting Benedict Cumberbatch’s still unknown villain face-to-face.
It’s out. And it’s been given a release date.
The first of the twelve-minute episodes will air soon - November 9, 2012 on Machinima.com and will also air as a movie in early 2013 on Syfy.
For information on the upcoming digital series starring Britain’s Luke Pasqualino of Skins fame, check out Wikipedia.
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