The waiting and wondering is finally over as Marvel dropped the first official trailer for Avengers: Infinity War. Bringing together the entire cast of heroes (and some villains) that we’ve seen over the course of the last 10 years of Marvel releases, Infinity War is set to deliver a showdown with Thanos, whom we initially saw briefly at the end of the first Avengers movie.
While the trailer has some changes from the leaked one from Comic-Con, a lot of the scenes have carried over, and I’m fine with that, as I’d prefer just enough information to wet my beak. Some of the highlights to note for sure are that Bruce Banner is back on earth and in Dr. Strange’s Sanctum Santorum, Spider-Man will end up trying to take on Thanos one-on-one, Loki apparently plays a part in trying to steal the mind stone from Vision (at least that looked like his scepter,) and of course, Captain America is back, front and center before this is over. Overall the trailer just looks clean and crisp and foretelling of an amazing story. Can’t wait to talk about this one on the podcast. Hit us up with your thoughts!
Update: it is confirmed Jude Law will be playing the role of Mar-Vell
By “LAW” we’re of course talking about the ONE AND ONLY, Jude Law. Variety has dropped some incredible news regarding the actor and Marvel Studios next project.
According to Variety, Jude Law is in negotiations to play the male lead opposite Brie Larson in Marvel’s “Captain Marvel,”.
We already know that Ben Mendelsohn has signed on to play the villain and the film will be directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck. Geneva Robertson-Dworet is cleaning up the script, which was originally written by Meg LeFauve and Nicole Perlman. What exactly Jude Law’s role will be is currently unknown. All that is known, is the character will be a mentor of sorts to Danvers as she tries to figure out her new powers – is he possibly playing Mar-Vell? We’d love to hear your thoughts, so let us know!
Captain Marvel is expected to hit the big screen on March 8, 2019
First we got the official trailer (which if you havent seen our Resident Super Villains reaction, check it out Black Panther Trailer Reaction) and the official poster at the same time.
Now we have gotten an array of individual posters that are so beautiful you will want to print them out and frame them. Check them out below.
Black Panther is set to hit theaters on February 16, 2018
We’ve had small clip after small clip, but today the full official Punisher trailer hit the internet, and we have it for you! We knew this one was going to be violent and it looks like they’ve gone all out to give Frank Castle a modern, gritty look that’s consistent with the current Marvel-Netflix universe. Look forward to our breakdown of this on our next episode, coming out this weekend!
The hype behind the upcoming Thor:Ragnarok is well deserved. The sights & colors, the word from director Taika Waititi that 80% of the films script was improvised, Cate Blanchette as Hela the Goddess of Death and elements of the Planet Hulk story have made the November release not come fast enough .
Now we have some thing to add to the anticipation, the international trailer has been released and we see a little more of Doctor Strange played by Benedict Cumberbatch.
There are Japanese subtitles but that doesn’t take away from anything in a few instances it actually enhances the cool look.
Looks like Bobby’s concerns about Peter’s Spidey-sense have been solved. This probably won’t last long, so enjoy it.
Well, we had really hoped that the special effects in the leaked trailer we posted to Twitter (and still up, btw) were not finished, but unfortunately, it looks like they were. No Medusa hair, barely a whimper from Black Bolt. Lockjaw is cute, though.
If we can tell anything from the trailer, it’s that Bolt will go to war with his own brother, Maximus, while they decide on the best course of action for the Inhumans future, be it continuing life on Attilan, or coming to Earth. The comic series was always a highly emotional told series, so look for characters to have long glaring looks at each other. It also is going to require a special effects bonanza, and so far, we aren’t seeing it.
It can only get better from here. Inhumans premieres this fall on IMAX, and then ABC.