Ant-Man and the Wasp has begun production. The Ant-Man sequel stars Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly and is directed by Peyton Reed.
In the aftermath of “Captain America: Civil War,” Scott Lang (Rudd) grapples with the consequences of his choices as both a Super Hero and a father. Enter Henry Pym (MIchael Douglas) and Hope Van Dyne (Lilly).
Ant-Man and the Wasp premieres on July 6, 2018.
Continue reading Tiny Teaser, Big News: Ant-Man and the Wasp Begins Production!
The clever promotion of Ant-Man continues with a series of posters (above and following the jump) comparing the diminutive hero to the Marvel heroes we already know and love.
Ant-Man premieres on July 17th.
Continue reading No Shield? No Armor? No Hammer? No Problem! – New Ant-Man Posters!
Since no one has been able to replicate the super-soldier serum that gave Steve Rogers his enhanced abilities, Henry Pym took a different tack – he wondered if he could find a way to shrink a human being to ant size without sacrificing that person’s strength.
Imagine the force of a human-sized punch thrown by an any-sized person – all that force concentrated in a tiny impact zone. That would definitely leave a mark
A fringe benefit might be that our ‘Ant-Man’ could infiltrate the most secure locations. And what if, Pym wondered, ‘that person could communicate with ants? He’d have a ready-built army at his disposal. Ant-Man doesn’t sound so silly now, does it?
Check out the brand new trailer following the jump. Marvel’s Ant-Man premieres on July 17th.
Continue reading Punchy Trailer: Ant-Man!
Tonight, during the two-hour premiere of Agent Carter (ABC, Tuesdays, 8/7C) – a pretty spiffy show to be sure – the full-size teaser of Ant-Man got its national premiere. It actually looked to be quite interesting.
If you missed it, check it out following the jump. Ant-Man opens on July 17th.
Continue reading Not-So-Tiny Teaser: Ant-Man!
After a tonally confused beginning and terrific middle episode filled with all kinds of invention, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies brings Peter Jackson’s six-movie Tolkien binge to close with a rousing mid-point finale that both wraps up the story and sets the stage for the Lord of the Rings trilogy quite nicely.
Continue reading The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies – And Now For The Big Finish!
Barely 24 hours after the news that Marvel’s Ant-Man had begun production, we have the first photo of Paul Rudd as Ant-Man-to-be, Scott Lang. He looks a little worse for wear as he stands framed by one of the most recognizable landmarks in America. Check out the photo after the jump.
Continue reading First Look: Ant-Man’s Paul Rudd as Scott Lang!
The Marvel Movie Universe is about to get smaller. Production began today on Marvel’s Ant-Man, shooting for a release date of July 17, 2015.
After a great deal of positive buzz for the film, Ant-Man changed directors when Edgar Wright left the project over ‘creative differences.’ Peyton Reed has stepped in as the film’s director and, after eight years of waiting, Ant-Man is underway. For more, follow the jump.
Continue reading Shrinkage Underway–Marvel’s Ant-Man Begins Production!
It’s no Return of the King, but The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug is a better movie than An Unexpected Journey in virtually every respect.
Continue reading Yes! The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug is Terrific!
After ten-and-a-half months, Lost returned with its final season premiere, a two-hour premiere called LA X, last night. The final Lost recap, in a stroke of genius, was narrated by Michael [Ben Linus] Emerson and tracked the individual character arcs of the main cast members – an approach that was unique for these things – and set the tone for a most unusual beginning to Lost’s end. I have no idea how many theories were rendered invalid last night, or how many fans were thrilled or ticked off, but no can say the answers didn’t begin with a couple of big bangs!
Spoilers follow the jump.
Continue reading TELEVISION: Lost – Like General Franco, John Locke is Still Dead!