Like both of the sides Aquaman displayed in Justice League, the first trailer for Aquaman is somehow both majestic and just a bit goofy (in a great way) – if only we got to see the six-minute sizzle reel unveiled at Comic-Con 2018.
And no one will ever take the mickey out of the character with ‘He talks to fish?’ ever again.
Warner Bros. Pictures unleashed (and that is the correct word) a new Justice League trailer at SDCC 2017 earlier today.
It sets up Steppenwolf as the villain (has the invasion from Apokalips begun?) and gives us a really good look at our heroes – Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg, and The Flash (Aquaman’s moment is particularly invigorating).
Director Ana Lily Amirpour (A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night) seems to have made it her mission in life to reassess genre movies. Her first took a fresh look at vampires and her second, The Bad Batch, involves cannibals.
Given the review for A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, I can’t help but think that The Bad Batch will be a unique experience- and the trailer confirms it.
Warner Bros. has released a couple snippets of film to tease the release of the first trailer of Justice League on Saturday – one featuring Aquaman (Jason Momoa) and one featuring Batman (Ben Affleck).
Zack Snyder has released two posters for Superman v Batman: Dawn of Justice – and they are dark & twisted, as you can see frm the Superman poster above. Follow the jump to check out the Batman version.
Superman v Batman: Dawn of Justice stars Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, Amy Adams, Laurence Fishburne, Diane Lane, Jesse Eisenberg, Jeremy Irons, Holly Hunter and Jason Momoa. It is directed by Zack Snyder from a screenplay by David S. Goyer.
Superman v Batman: Dawn of Justice premieres on March 25th, 2016.
The second season of SundanceTV’s The Red Road kicks off with a shocking, high-profile murder following in the wake of the fallout from season one’s shootout involving local cop Harold Jensen (Martin Henderson) and Philip Kopus (Jason Momoa), a member of the local Native American tribe.
The Red Road gets off to that spectacular start on Thursday, April 2nd (10/9C). For further details, follow the jump.
The Red Road – SundanceTV’s second scripted drama series – may have started out with more potential than anything else, but it found its feet and became a very good show. Now it has been given a second six-episode season and, as someone who was on the fence about the show after its premiere, I’m very much looking forward to seeing where it goes next.
The Red Road revolves around two clashing communities – a small town and the neighboring mountains, home to a Native American tribe – and two dynamic men on a collision course – played by Jason Momoa and Martin Henderson. Season Two will run in 2015. For more, check out the press release following the jump.
The Red Road (Thursdays, 9/8C) is the second original scripted drama from Sundance TV (formerly Sundance Channel) and it is as ambitiously broad in scope as Rectify is in its intimacy. The series boils the travails of a well-to-do small town and a federally unrecognized tribe of Native Americans down to the efforts of the town’s sheriff and an ex-con member of the Lenape tribe. While not as immediately brilliant as Rectify, The Red Road has the seeds of greatness in it.
Sundance Channel – which has made one heckuva splash with its entry into the realm of scripted drama with Rectify, The Returned and Top of the Lake – has announced a launch date for its new drama series, The Red Road. The series – which stars Martin Henderson, Jason Momoa, Julianne Nicholson, Lisa Bonet and Tom Sizemore, among others – revolves around a local sheriff who has to keep his family together while policing two clashing communities: a small town just outside New York City (where he grew up) and the neighboring mountains, home to a tribe of federally unrecognized Native Americans.
The Red Road premieres on Sundance Channel Thursday, February 27th (9/8C). Check out the press release after the jump.