Black Panther’s International Trailer Gives Us More Action and More Wakanda Beauty

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Many people complain about too many trailers of a film. They say that it gives away too many details and potentially spoils it. But this is certainly not the case with the new international trailer for Marvel Studios Black Panther set to arrive in theaters next year.

The trailer gives us more action, a deeper look into the beauty of Wakanda, a breakdown of the black panthers new shiny suit.

Check it out and let us know do you need a plate at the table February 16th when it’s released in the states or March 1st in Japan.

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Gwen Stacy Possibly Being Introduced as a Foreign Exchange Student in Homecoming Sequel

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Of course are newly minted MCU friendly neighborhood Spiderman is set to get a couple of sequels to his successful Homecoming film and after all of the explosions and chaos of the Avengers Infinity War, he will getting ready to swing back into high school life and more.  Now with the major Marvel team up set to hit theaters in May of 2018, it has been discovered that production is set to begin on Spidey’s third go round of a second film in June of 2018.

With that date set to begin filming, of course now there is set to be casting notices and auditions to fill key roles for the films. Over at Omega Underground they have gotten a hold of a bit of information that may key us in into a major change to a key character in the wall crawlers universe.

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A leaked audition tape from an unknown French actress by the stage name of Louna auditioning for the role of Gwen Stacy. Obviously, many remember Gwen Stacy (played by both Emma Stone & Bryce Dallas Howard) is typically depicted as a blonde haired blue eyed American love interest in Peter Parker’s life. However, if we are to base the possible inclusion of this character based on the audition tape. Marvel Studios may end up changing up the character’s origin by making her a foreign exchange student from Europe. Possibly being born in France or even Russia then transferring to Peter’s school.

Now there is reason in which one can assume this is for Gwen Stacy and even the ethnicity change. Its due to what director Jon Watts already has done from the first film. He has already changed MJ (Zendaya) and Ned Leeds (Jacob Batalon) and  ethnicity for the original film. With Ned now being depicted as an Hawaiian-American teenager as opposed to a blonde hair caucasian male. And the Marvel Cinematic Universe version of MJ played by Zendaya as an ethnically mixed love interest as compared to her typical red-haired caucasian counterpart in the comics. Now of course if they have changed the background of Gwen then that may mean we get something unique for her father Captain George Stacy as well.

Check out the audition tape…

Scene #1

Gwen – “Peter, I’m so sorry about your Uncle.”

Peter – “Well thank-you”

Gwen – “I didn’t know this was your family. I was just wondering why you haven’t been to school.”

Peter – “Really?

Gwen – “Well, like you. Hate you. Nobody can forget you.”

Scene #2

Captain Stacy – “Off to do your homework?”

Gwen – “Umm just about dad. What are you doing tonight?”

Captain Stacy – “Sitting down and checking over some police reports.”

Gwen – “Haha need any help?”

Captain Stacy – “From my best cop sure; but”

Gwen – “But what?”

Captain Stacy – “Well no father wants to rush his little girl out the door. Especially, when shes going into a teenager. But I would figure you would want to spend time with kids your own age.”

Gwen – “Pass.”

Captain Stacy – “Ha whats wrong? I don’t know if you get any requests.”

Gwen – “No plenty of requests. Just not from the right sources.”

Captain Stacy – “Meaning?”

Gwen – “Well, most of the guys that come at me are jerks or want to be playboys. But then theres…this one guy. But even if he got the nerve to ask me out. I think he would get us both killed. He is such a cluts!”

Captain Stacy – “But you like him?!”

Gwen – “I don’t know. There’s something different about him.”

Warner Bros Reveals Its Upcoming DC Comics Movie Slate

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Yes boys and girls the DCEU is still going to continue and Warner Bros has officially laid out the slate to let us know what is coming out and when. Yup, even after the underwhelming box office performance of Justice League.

At the Comic Con Experience 2017 in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Warner Bros basically told the world it is still planning on going full steam ahead with their shared universe.  The WB began by referencing of course its biggest success, Wonder Woman and showed a title card that had the logo flanked by the Roman Columns suggesting the number 2 even though there was no direct number 2 in the title.

This was followed by the title card for the solo Aquaman film which is set to hit theaters late 2018. The next one which pretty much wasn’t a shock was that of Flashpoint, the solo film for the scarlet speedster, The Flash. This is pretty much there way to “reset” the universe and hopefully clean up the mess that has been made. This was followed by the title card for Justice League Dark, yes the mystical side of DC is still set to hit the big screen.

Suicide Squad 2, Batgirl, Shazam, Green Lantern Corps and The Batman all had their title cards shown. Now if you notice there weren’t certain films slated. Those being the solo Cyborg film, none of the Suicide Squad spinoffs- Gotham City Sirens, the Harley Quinn solo movie, the Harley Quinn and Joker caper and even the rumored solo Deadshot film. Also missing were the Dwayne Johnson led Black Adam movie and the Deathstroke movie. Even the solo Young Joker film, which isnt set to be part of the DCEU was not mentioned.

With this news of these films being laid out does this help to renew your faith in the potential of the DCEU?

Supergirl and Legends Of Tomorrow To Give Us A Break In 2018!

All of the CW Arrowverse shows are currently on their winter break, and when they come back, expect some changes to scheduling, as Supergirl and Legends Of Tomorrow will fill the 8pm time slot on Mondays from January 15 through June 18, thus giving Black Lightning (which premieres on January 16th) room to shine on Tuesdays after The Flash, and giving us one less CW show to have to cover every week (whew!) The schedule is a little janky, but we break it down below.

From Monday, January 15 to February 5th, we’ll get 4 new episodes of Supergirl. Then from February 12th to April 9th, we’ll get 9(!) episodes of Legends, concluding with it’s season finale on the 9th. Finally, Supergirl returns for 10 episodes, culminating in the season finale on June 18th. From the way that lineup works, I expect Kara to see more trouble than success over the next 4 episodes. What do you think? Let us know!

Jessica Jones is BACK and we now know when

 

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She made waves with her solo series and kept everyone captivated throughout the Defenders mini-series. Now the foul-mouthed, whiskey guzzling, superhero private investigator is back for the second go round of her solo series and we have a release date.

In a tweet sent out (see below) the account for the show lets us know the premiere date is March 8, 2018

The 55-second video tease is basically based on “getting back to unfinished business.”  Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter) is beginning to put her life back together after murdering her tormenter, Kilgrave. Now known throughout the city as a super-powered killer, a new case makes her reluctantly confront who she really is while digging deeper into her past to explore the reasons why.

Ritter is joined by returning cast members Rachael Taylor (Trish Walker), Carrie-Anne Moss (Jeri Hogarth), Eka Darville (Malcolm Ducasse) and new cast members Janet McTeer and J.R. Ramirez, among others.

Our First Look At X-Men Dark Phoenix (The Latest One)

In case you’ve forgotten, which, of course you haven’t – we get a new one of these every two years, whether they’re good or not – there is a new X-Men movie on the way. Despite the wealth of X-Men stories in the comics built around essentially the current team of cinematic characters, Simon Kinberg is going back to the Phoenix Saga to tell the story of Jean Grey and the X-Men in space, where they will face of with Jessica Chastain, this go-round.

Entertainment Weekly has a full story and pictures, explaining that Kinberg actually wrote the script for the previous cinematic attempt at telling the Dark Phoenix story, that one starring Famke Janssen as the titular hero gone nuclear. Bryan Singer, who was at the helm for the last two X-Men films, is sitting this one out as Kinberg takes over directing duties, and considering Singer’s recent issues and stories of previous problems coming to light, that may mean good things. Check out EW for the full breakdown, and check back with us for more breaking info across the Marvel and DC universes!

Venom Banners From Comic-Con Brazil

The Brazilian CCXP (Comic-Con Experience) is set to kick off and we are already getting a ton of new info. First up, are these banners for the new Tom Hardy-led, Venom movie. Rumors have reported that Hardy may be playing the no legs, bio suit, Flash Thompson version of the character, which makes the use of the symbiote looking mask a little questionable, but what about this production, other than the very capable actors cast, hasn’t been? We’ll keep reporting more as the day goes on, but be sure to check out our latest podcast for all your updates on what’s going on in the Marvel and DC live-action universes!