The new Comic-Con edition of Entertainment Weekly features Andrew Garfield as the new Spider-Man!
No. No we didn’t get invited to this one either. But a whole a lot of other people did. Including my boy El Guapo from Latino Review.
Paul is the upcoming film from Superbad director Greg Motolla and starring Simon Pegg, and Nick Frost (who also wrote the film).
The entire Comic-Con experience was recreated in New Mexico, and apparently it was chillingly accurate!
If you’re going to be at Comic-Con on Saturday check out the schedule.
Paul — Scheduled to appear for Universal Pictures’ sci-fi comedy-adventure Paul are a who’s who of film comedy. Director Greg Mottola (Superbad) will be joined by cast members Simon Pegg (Hot Fuzz), Nick Frost (Shaun of the Dead), Kristen Wiig(Date Night), Bill Hader (Forgetting Sarah Marshall), Jeffrey Tambor (The Hangover), Joe Lo Truglio (Role Models), Seth Rogen (The Green Hornet), andSigourney Weaver (Baby Mama) as they discuss the movie about two sci-fi geeks whose pilgrimage to Comic-Con ultimately takes them to America’s UFO heartland. While there, they accidentally meet an alien who takes them on an insane road trip that alters their universe forever. Q&A session to follow.
It’s gonna be Rad! And Universal assures me Rad Dad will be invited to the next set visit. No. No they didn’t.
EW has released the cover to their upcoming Comic-Con Special. And it’s… interesting.
Let me just say that I am a giant nerd when it comes to GL, everything DC for that matter but GL in particular. I think this film could be huge for DC, the casting of Ryan Reynolds is great, he definitely captures GL’s (Hal Jordan for you nerds ;)jump first mentality. But this costume is not what I had expected at all. You can see they are going for a light-based organic look, but I’m afraid he will just look like a naked green guy flying around. Much like Mystique in the X-Men films. But green not blue, and male not female, you get the point.
I do like that they didn’t mess with the symbol, and the ring looks good. I can see now why they are going heavy cgi with the costume it looks as if light will constantly seep out of it. I hope he doesn’t look like a green Tron character.
They did do something different with his eyes, they decided against going all white which was probably a good choice, but his eyes are kind of pale and glowy. I like it in the pic we’ll see how it looks in the movie.
I think the thing that I hate most about this pic is his bushy hair. He’s got a bit of hair helmet.
I don’t hate the costume, but I don’t love it either. And I so wanted to love it.
What do you think?
Born on July 13, 1942, Harrison Ford has starred in such box office hits as Sabrina, Six Days Seven nights, and Hollywood Homicide.
No, but seriously, Han Solo, Indiana Jones, Rick Deckard, are all pretty important characters in some of the best movies ever made!
For our Indiana Jones marathon!
For the kids first ever viewing of Superman The Movie.
Superman/Batman: Apocalypse is the next direct to dvd animated movie from DC. And it looks amazing! But I’m a sucker for all of these releases, I think they are better than 75% of the films released theatrically.
Here’s the rundown:
Based on the DC Comics series/graphic novel “Superman/Batman: Supergirl” by Jeph Loeb, Michael Turner & Peter Steigerwald, Superman/Batman: Apocalypse is produced by animation legend Bruce Timm and directed by Lauren Montgomery (Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths) from a script by Academy Award-nominated screenwriter Tab Murphy (Gorillas in the Mist).
After a spaceship splashes down in Gotham City Harbor, Batman and Superman encounter a mysterious Kryptonian with powers as great as those of the Man of Steel. The Kryptonian is soon revealed to be Kara, cousin of Superman, who takes her under his wing to educate her about the ways of Earth. However, the villainous Darkseid has other plans. Seeing an opportunity to finally defeat Superman, Darkseid abducts and gains control of Kara, utilizing the powerful Kryptonian to do his bidding. It’s up to Batman and Superman to save Kara, but they’ll have to take the fight to Darkseid within his hostile world – where unknown, deadly threats lurk around every corner, including a brainwashed Kryptonian able to match Superman blow-for-blow.
The film features the voices of Tim Daly (Superman) and Kevin Conroy (Batman), Andre Braugher (Men of a Certain Age) as the Darkseid, Summer Glau (Serenity/Firefly, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles) provides the voice of Supergirl, and Ed Asner (Up) reprises his Superman: The Animated Series/Justice League role as Granny Goodness.
Pick up this sweet ride later this month, right around Comic-Con!