Aquaman director, James Wan, took to Twitter this afternoon to reveal an all-new logo for his upcoming DC Entertainment adaptation, and it’s quite a bit different from DC’s usual fare with brightness and crystal being the star here. Additionally, he revealed that we’ll see the first trailer for the film at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, starting on July 19th.
Aquaman will be joined at SDCC by Wonder Woman 1984, and Shazam! – both films are due out next year, so expect Warner Bros. to have a big showing in Hall H this year. Aquaman hits theaters on December 21st.
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Hot Toys had a big weekend with Justice League, after revealing their incredibly detailed 1/6 scale figures, they’ve also revealed a full set of Cosbaby figures. The figures stand approximately 10-11 cm. tall, and come with accessories such as Superman’s magnetic heat-vision eyes.
The figures are available as a set or individually, and consists of Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Aquaman, Cyborg, and Mera. No release date has been set, but they’ll be available in Q3 or Q4 2017. Hit the jump to check out the full line.
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At this year’s SDCC, Netflix debuted the first full trailer for season 2 of its mega-phenomenon, Stranger Things. The new trailer shows how important Will is to this season, with his flashes to the Upside-Down being of utmost importance. Meanwhile, Eleven finds her way out as the two worlds begin to merge.
The trailer is incredible, and one of the best to come out of the show, with a mind-boggling remix of Michael Jackson’s thriller, and a voice-over from Vincent Price. Stranger Things season 2 premieres October 27th.
During their Hall H presentation, Warner Bros. got the ball rolling strong, showing a montage of logos for upcoming DC Entertainment properties. The list includes films we knew were coming, as well as confirmation of others, and even a few surprises.
Suicide Squad 2, and Wonder Woman 2 were both confirmed. Along with Shazam, The Batman, Justice League Dark, and Batgirl. The big surprise, though? Flashpoint, the line-wide prelude to the New 52 reboot has been confirmed as in development at Warner Bros. No further details are available, but we should know more in the coming months after Justice League.
Marvel Studios’ Hall H presentation was a boon for upcoming films that have yet to see much attention. Ant-Man and the Wasp, the upcoming sequel to the hit film directed by Peyton Reed has added some heavy hitters to their cast.
Michelle Pfeiffer has been cast as Janet Van Dyne, the wife of Michael Douglas’ Hank Pym, and mother of Hope Van Dyne. Meanwhile, Laurence Fishburne has been cast as Dr. Bill Foster, who in the comics acts as an assistant to Tony Stark and Hank Pym that even gains Pym’s growing powers and becomes Goliath.
During their Hall H presentation, Marvel Studios revealed our first details on the upcoming Captain Marvel movie. Samuel L. Jackson is confirmed to return as Nick Fury, but he’ll still have both of his eyes! The reason? The film takes place in the 90’s, and will act as a loose prequel to 2008’s Iron Man.
The other biggest takeaway is that the film’s primary villain will be the Skrulls, marking the iconic alien race’s first live-action appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Marvel Studios has released a new trailer for Thor: Ragnarok, unveiled during their Hall H presentation. The new trailer is filled with new footage, as well as better looks at the new Hulk, whom, after being in that form for so long, has developed an increased intelligence and more of an ability to speak!
The trailer even gives us more story, and what to expect as far as Loki’s role in all of this. Thor: Ragnarok hits theaters on November 3rd.
Warner Bros. has unveiled a new, extended trailer for Justice League during their Hall H presentation loaded with new footage and story points, as well as our first look at Steppenwolf, and Themyscira in the film. The trailer is action-packed with moments, and does a great job of building hype for the film.
It even leaves us with a bit of a tease at the end, with a mystery figure approaching Alfred and him hoping that the figure’s appearance is “not too late.” Justice League hits theaters on November 17th.
The CW has also unveiled a new trailer for the upcoming fourth season of The Flash. After Barry sacrifices himself to the speed force to stop the speed force storm from ravaging Central City, the team is left to deal with the consequences as villains new and old appear.
Additionally, it’s been confirmed that Neil Sandilands (The 100) will play the big bad for the new season, The Thinker. Other new additions include Machete himself, Danny Trejo as Breacher, a feared bounty hunter from Earth-19 and father of Jessica Camacho’s Gypsy, plus Kim Engelbrecht (Dominion) as The Mechanic, the right hand of The Thinker.
The CW revealed a new trailer, as well as plenty of casting news for the upcoming third season of their hit tv series, Supergirl. The latest bit of big casting sees Adrian Pasdar (Heroes, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) taking on yet another significant comic book role, with his portrayal of Morgan Edge, a ruthless real estate developer who will stop at nothing to get what he wants.
The series has also cast Carl Lumbly (Alias, Southland, The Cure for Wellness) embodies the classic DC character M’yrnn J’onzz, the father of J’onn J’onnz, the Martian Manhunter. A pacifist religious leader on Mars, M’yrn pushes his son in unexpected ways. Actor Lumbly is no stranger to the J’onzz family, as he’s voiced the Martian Manhunter on the Justice League animated series.
The first film on the docket for Warner Bros. Hall H presentation was the Steven Spielberg-directed adaptation of Ernest Cline’s acclaimed pop-culture laden novel. The film stars Tye Sheridan as a player in a virtual world named OASIS where the youth of the world has retreated after the world has become more desolate.
The trailer is loaded with cameos, like The Iron Giant, Kaneda’s bike from Akira, and the DeLorean from Back to the Future. It’s a treat for fans of all fandoms, and definitely one to keep an eye on.
Today is set to be a massive day for fans, as Warner Bros. Hall H panel at SDCC will be giving us plenty of good stuff, with the biggest most likely being a new trailer for Justice League, which opens in November. Jason Mamoa has teased more unknown announcements, as well, including a rumored Green Lantern appearance.
In celebration of the panel, today, DC Entertainment has released a new poster for Justice League featuring the five primary members of the team in a pose extremely reminiscent of the iconic Alex Ross. You can hit the jump to view the poster in full.
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DC Entertainment has announced that in addition to the upcoming Batman and Harley Quinn, as well as the already leaked Gotham by Gaslight, which is officially confirmed, we’re also receiving two pretty large surprises. The first of which is Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay, an original animated film with an ensemble voice cast, set in the world of Batman: Assault on Arkham, marking the first shared universe animated film for DC.
The other is shockingly a 2-part animated film adapting the Death of Superman. While Superman: Doomsday adapted the film into a condensed, albeit wonderful format, the new version will include the full story, as well as the Reign of the Supermen story that took place directly after.
Netflix has debuted a new trailer for The Defenders, with less than a month before the release of the mini-series, and it gives us a ton of new footage, with a better look at Sigourney Weaver in her mysterious and villainous role, as well as banter between our heroes, both in and out of costume.
The new trailer is the best so far, and really sells the dynamic between all of them. I’m really hoping this works out, and the series format allows our heroes to find chemistry with each other in the best, most organic ways.