I just don’t know about this movie. There’s nothing about it that’s screaming “love” to me, I’m not digging the tone of the trailers, the dark color pallet or the uniforms, and are people not allowed to smile in this universe? I mean really. Must be grim all the time. I’m trying to remain optimistic and hope for the best. I’m one of the only people on the planet who apparently liked the first two films. Check out these brand new character posters for the movie!
The new trailer for Fantastic Four is now available just beyond the jump.
Lots of new footage including superpowers in use; Doom; interdimensional travel. Check it out – it’s great!
Fantastic Four opens on August 7th.
It’s a great show for franchises this week on GeekScholars Movie News. To kick things off, the hosts debate the merits of the newly announced cast for the Ghostbusters reboot, and offer some suggestions on how to continue the spirit of the series (pun intended) for a new audience.
From there, the GeekScholars reveal their Rotten Tomatoes and opening box office predictions for the big blockbusters of February 2015. Hit play above or the jump for more information on this week’s show! Continue reading Ghostbusters Reboot Cast, February 2015 Preview, Fantastic Four Preview Review
When Josh Trank was picked to helm the reboot of the Fantastic Four – on the strength of his found footage take on superpowered people, Chronicle – it was seen as a very good move by 20th Century Fox.
Then came the casting – and what a furor that caused! Now, we finally get our first look at Reed Richards (Miles Teller), Benjamin Grimm (Jamie Bell), Susan Storm (Kate Mara) and her brother, Johnny Storm (Michael B. Jordan) – and see if all that noise was over nothing.
Check out the Fantastic Four teaser following the jump.
This week’s episode of GeekScholars Movie News begins with the ambitious casting Warner Brothers is trying to achieve with Suicide Squad, a Batman spin-off film focused on selected members of the rogue’s gallery. Specifically, the GeekScholars talk about the high-profiled stars the studio wants to play The Joker, Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Captain Boomerang, and Rick Flag. Hit play above to listen, or more to find what other fun topics we covered on the show. Continue reading DC’s Suicide Squad Casting, Doctor Doom Origin Changes, and an Aunt May Spin-Off Film for Spider-Man?
Some very interesting conversation on this week’s GeekScholars Movie News, as the hosts kick things off with a rundown of the potential candidates to play the heroes in the Fantastic Four reboot, and what it means for the potential plot of the film.
Next, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. promised to expand the Marvel Cinematic Universe, following up on the events of The Avengers, but even though the show has a huge following, the GeekScholars debate if the quality stands up to its big screen predecessors. Hit the jump to hear what other movies we discuss on this episode! Continue reading Fantastic Four Casting, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D Evaluated, American Hustle Preview, Captain Phillips Reviewed
Golden Globe Nominees! Fantastic Four casting wishes! Reviews abound for the trailers for Star Trek Into Darkness, Pacific Rim, and After Earth! Non-spoiler review for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey! Hit play above, or the jump for more details on the show!
Three universes collide this year during writer Mark Millar’s run on exciting Marvel titles. Beginning with his newest epic tale, 1985, Millar lays down the foundation for things to come as Marvel: 1985, FANTASTIC FOUR and WOLVERINE all intertwine in a very big way. After his run on Ultimates, and his unforgettable blockbuster Civil War, Millar explores remote and familiar corners of the Marvel Universe in ways that only the man behind such past blockbuster series could. Watch as these stories come to life with the help of long time Ultimates collaborator Bryan Hitch, Civil War’s Steve McNiven, and renowned film and comic artist Tommy Lee Edwards.