Posts tagged with "Ant-Man"
Marvel has revealed three new TV trailers for Captain America: Civil War, one of them featuring new a little bit of new footage of Spider-Man being as quip-tatstic as you want him to be. There are also brief new clips of Black Panther and Ant-Man in the other two. Excited yet? You should be.
Captain America: Civil War is released in the UK this Friday 29 April.
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Ant-Man shakes hands with Captain America and tells Scarlet Witch she’s great in a fun new clip from Captain America: Civil War. The clip itself is barely 30 seconds long – the rest of the video is a clip from the Jimmy Kimmel chat show featuring Chris Evans, Anthony Mackie, Sebastian Stan & Paul Rudd answering trivia questions about each other. It’s actually quite fun if you want to stick around after the clip.
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Not a trailer but a bit of big-screen Super Bowl related superhero fun. This new Coca-Cola ad debuted during the TV coverage Big Game in the States last night. It features Ant-Man nicking a can of Coca-Cola Mini from Bruce Banner and Banner is not happy with this situation. You can guess what happens next. Though we are disappointed that the Hulk doesn’t say, “Puny can!” at any point.
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Rewatch 2015 highlights from the movies in LEGO form courtesy of Antonio Toscano of the Toscano Bricks Youtube channel, famous for his plastic brick recreations of trailers. Some of the film featured here include Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Mad Max: Fury Road, The Walk, Ant-Man, Avengers: Age of Ultron, The Martian, Fast & Furious 7, Terminator: Genisys, Spectre, Kingsman: The Secret Service, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2,...
In the latest issue of MyM Magazine, the official magazine of MCM Comic Cons, the team pick their highlights of 2015. Here’s what they chose. You can subscribe to MyM by visiting this site. Learn more about the latest issue here.
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Marvel has released a fun vid of some of the bloopers that’ll be on the gag reel for the Ant-Man Blu-ray release, which is available to buy in the UK from tomorrow. Below that there’s a featurette on the Ant-Man costume, also taken from the DVD extras.
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Marvel has released another extra from the DVD and Blu-ray release of Ant-Man (we posted another one in this article) and this one is a deleted scene featuring a meeting between Scott Lang and Hank Pym, though Lang’s not exactly being on the level. Ant-Man is released on shiny disc in the UK on 30 November, and includes an audio commentary by Peyton Reed and Paul Rudd.
• Michael Douglas Expects To Be Returning For Ant-Man And The Wasp
Looks like Marvel’s Phase 3 Ant-Man sequel, Ant-Man And The Wasp, will see the return of Michael Douglas as Hank Pym. “I’m coming back,” Douglas tells Comic Book Resources, before hedging his bets. “Well, I should be coming back. We’re in the midst of negotiations now, which is always nice.”
And if Douglas is to be believed, his happy experiences making the first film will certainly help those negotiations come to a fruitful...
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ant-Man director Peyton Reed is close to signing on to return for the Marvel movie’s sequel Ant-Man And The Wasp, which is due for release in July 2018.
Peyton was a late replacement for Edgar Wright (Shaun Of The Dead, Hot Fuzz) on the first film, which retained script credits for Wright and his writing partner Joe Cornish. The Hollywood Reporter confirms that neither Wright or Cornish will have any involvement...
So you might be thinking, “A trailer for the Blu-ray release of a film I’ve already seen? How dull is that going to be?” But it seems Marvel is upping the game when it comes to promotion for home entertainment releases too. Take this Ant-Man trailer. Yeah, sure, we know there’ll be bloopers and deleted scenes and behind-the-scenes footage. But somehow, a silly voiceover makes all that seem like ten times more fun and essential to own.