Netflix is on a tear today, with the first bit of footage and a release date for the highly anticipated second season of Luke Cage, set to drop on Netflix on June 22nd. No other details about the season are known other than casting, but it looks like Luke Cage is out to issue a challenge to people who think they can walk all over him.
Netflix has revealed the first full trailer for their upcoming Lost in Space series, and it looks… pretty fantastic. It’s drastically different from any other interpretation, either the 1960’s TV series, or the late 90’s film. The robot this time isn’t actually a robot, but an artificial life-form that very much resembles the Geth from Mass Effect. In fact, given this production design, I wouldn’t be surprised if the show was linked to Mass Effect in some way.
It definitely looks interesting with plenty of action, beautiful landscapes, and an interesting seeming story. Lost in Space, starring Molly Parker, Toby Stephens, Ignacia Serricchio and more, debuts on Netflix April 13th.
Toho Animation and Polygon Pictures today unveiled the first key-artwork, title, and release date for the second film in the animated Godzilla: Monster Planet trilogy. The film is currently titled Godzilla: Battle Mobile Breeding City and will hit theaters in Japan on May 18th, 2018.
While the site is in Japanese, you can head over to the official website for more information, and you can hit the jump for the first official poster for the film, giving us an ominous look at the film’s version of Mecha-Godzilla.
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Netflix has revealed a shocking new series for their upcoming slate, with a reboot of genre favorite, Lost in Space. The teaser doesn’t reveal much, but does show the more serious tone the show will be taking over its predecessor. We should expect to hear plenty more in the near future as Netflix ramps up promotion.
Lost in Space, starring Molly Parker, Parker Posey, Toby Stephens, Ignacia Serricchio and more, hits Netflix April 13th, 2018.
Marvel Studios and Netflix have debuted the first full trailer for season 2 of Jessica Jones, which is already set to debut just over a month from now, on March 8th. The second season is set to put a spotlight on Jessica’s origin, and what happened to her after the mysterious death of her family.
The trailer also gives mention of a sidekick, so maybe we’ll be seeing Hellcat this season, as well, which would be great. There are still plenty of surprises as these trailers usually only give away scenes from the first few episodes, so there’s plenty of mystery left to uncover.
Netflix has revealed the first, long-awaited trailer for Duncan Jones’ cyberpunk film, MUTE. Jones, director Moon, and Warcraft, wrote Mute along with Michael Robert Johnson, and has pitched the film as a passion project for quite some time. The film follows a mute bartender (Alexander Skarsgård) forced to go into the seedy underbelly of a future Berlin to find his girlfriend. Along the way he’ll team up with Cactus Bill (Paul Rudd) and Duck (Justin Theroux), a pair of Army vets with their own agenda.
Not only does the film look beautiful, with obvious inspiration from Blade Runner, John Wick, and more, but it also apparently is linked to Moon, one of the best sci-fi films in decades, that now creates a shared universe for Jones’ films.
It’s been a good year for fans of Go Nagai, and his work. Devilman Crybaby released to much critical acclaim, and now Mazinger Z: INFINITY is headed to US theaters for a special limited release on February 11th and 12th.
The film takes place 12 years after Koji has taken down Dr. Hell, so it’ll be interesting how well it plays for newcomers to the series, as Mazinger has been largely absent from the anime scene for many years. If you’re interested, check out the official site to see if there are any showtimes near you.
Netflix has released a new 30-second teaser trailer prior to the release of its much anticipated reboot of Go Nagai’s Devilman, titled Devilman Crybaby. The text in the video is translated to: “Who are you?,” to which the Devilman responds, “My name is Devilman.”
The 10 episode Devilman Crybaby anime series is set to release today, January 5th, and will be dubbed in seven languages, and subbed in 23 languages. The seven dub languages include: English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and Castilian Spanish.
Just in case there was any doubt, Netflix has confirmed that Stranger Things will be getting a third season, possibly as soon as Fall 2018. The company made the announcement on Twitter after submitting a poll asking fans whether or not the show should be renewed. “For the love of Steve, duh,” the tweet reads. “So hold tight baby darts — season three is officially happening.”
Stranger Things’ second season debuted October 28th to massive critical acclaim, and record streaming numbers. Ross Duffer stated that they envisioned the second season as a movie sequel rather than a traditional followup. “I told Matt, ‘I don’t want to call it season two, I just want it to feel like a movie sequel,’” Ross said. “If you have a successful movie, No. 2 is always a little bit bigger.”
The Hollywood Reporter has announced that Ellen Page (X-Men: Days of Future Past, Juno) has joined the cast of Netflix’ upcoming 10-episode adaptation for Gerard Way’s The Umbrella Academy. Page has been cast in the role of the iconic White Violin, the only member of the Hargreeves family without supernatural abilities.
This incarnation of the character is described as, “the black sheep of her dysfunctional family. She is the only one of Reginald Hargreeves’ adopted children with no supernatural abilities. A meek and insecure wallflower, Vanya struggles to find her place in the world.”
Netflix has debuted the latest red-band trailer for the upcoming Fantasy Cop Drama film, Bright, by director David Ayer, and starring Will Smith and Joel Edgerton. The film is set to premiere on Netflix on December 22nd, marking the streaming service’s first legitimate attempt at threatening the Holiday box office.
The newest trailer looks fantastic, and Netflix has clearly put a lot of care and effort into making a beautiful film. Let’s hope it can live up to that hype.
Toho Animation and Polygon Pictures have shared the latest trailer for the upcoming Netflix anime film starring the world-famous Kaiju, Godzilla: Monster Planet. The newest trailer gives us plenty more footage of the new Godzilla, said to be plant-based this time, along with a ton of explosions, and epic battles.
That all of this happens while some fantastic J-POP bumps in the background makes it all the more… Japan. This is definitely high on my excitement list, and can’t wait.
Marvel Studios and Netflix have finally revealed the latest trailer for Marvel’s The Punisher, that also includes our first premiere date for the series, which is officially set for November 17th, 2017.
The latest trailer reveals plenty more about the story for the series, revealing how Frank Castle was used by the military, and his family was killed to get to him, covering it up as a gang shooting. It looks ultra-violent, and like it’s going to be one hell of a ride.
Netflix has posted the final trailer for Stranger Things Season 2, and it is quite possibly one of the best trailers we’ve seen all year. With more clues about what to expect from the new, supposedly scarier season, and plenty of new footage.
Details on the second season have been incredibly scarce, but we won’t have to wait much longer. Stranger Things Season 2 hits on Netflix on October 27th.
The hype for New York Comic-Con is now in full swing, as Marvel Studios has released posters for four of its much anticipated television series, debuting over the course of the next year. Exclusive posters for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Jessica Jones season 2, Marvel’s Runaways, and Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger will all be available to fans at the convention.
The shows all debut at various points over the course of the next year, but Marvel is getting the hype train rolling on many of them early. Hit the jump to check out all 4 posters.
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