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DC’s holy trinity, movie style, is here! Warner Bros has released three character posters for Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. And mighty fine they looks too (though we still can’t help thinking there something a little Iron Man Mark I armour about that particular Batsuit). Click on each of them for much larger versions.
Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice is set to be released in the UK on 26 March 2016.
• Batman V Superman Production...
Lionsgate has released a new trailer and poster for Clash Of The Pharoahs… er, Gods Of Egypt. Although, to be honest, this latest look at the film reminds us even more of Immortals with added pyramids and scarab beetles. And it all looks very, very silly. We’re kinda holding out hope though, because director Alex Proyas was responsible for two cult classics – The Crow and Dark City.
Gods Of Egypt, starring lots of white, male actors such as...
“Motion poster” has clearly lost its buzz as a buzz-phrase. It’s old hat. It doesn’t excite the potential movie-goer any more. So what’s below is not a motion poster, nosiree. It may look like a motion poster, but it is, in fact, a living poster… which makes it sound like something from Harry Potter. It’s actually for director Jon Favreau’s upcoming live-action version of Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book which is set for release...
Marvel Studios co-president Louis D’Esposito is at it again. After Tweeting a pic from the set of Doctor Strange a couple of days ago he’s shared a few more via the social medium platform, that have us leaning towards this being some kind of training area in Tibet rather than Strange’s own lair, the Sanctum Sanctorum. But we could well be wrong. What do you think?
One thing the Tweets do confirm is that Sinister scripter C Robert Cargill...
Meet the Legends Of Tomorrow, as each of the superheroes/reforming supervillains from the upcoming Arrow and The Flash spin-off series gets their own poster. As you can probably tell from the subtle watermarking on some of them, they debuted on various sites across the ’net. The series begins in the UK on Sky 1 early next year.
• Gremlins’ Joe Dante To Direct An Episode Of Legends Of Tomorrow
• New Official Logo Unveiled...
The Vampire Diaries S07E08 “Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me” REVIEW
Airing in the UK on ITV2, Weds 11.45pm
Writer: Bret Matthews
Director: Leslie Libman
Essential plot points:
This week’s flash forward at the start of the episode shows Damon chained up in the television studio and Lily is the hunter.
In the present Stefan, Damon and Lily make a plan to win over the Heretics so they can unlink Lily and Julian’s life forces once they...
Arrow S04E09 “Dark Waters” REVIEW
Airing in the UK on Sky One, Weds 8pm
Writers: Wendie Mericle, Ben Sokolowski
Director: John Behring
Essential plot points:
Oliver’s campaign organises a Christmas clean-up event of Star City bay, which is going well until HIVE sends a drone to machine gun everyone. Felicity manages to hack the drone and stop it killing.
Diggle tries to talk to his brother, still locked up in a cell in the Arrowcave....
Sony Pictures has revealed the first new official photo from the Ghostbusters reboot in ages through Planet Ghostbusters. It features the four main Ghostbusters posing with male-chauvinist-baiting attitude. The film, directed by Paul Feig, stars Kristen Wiig as Erin Gilbert, Kate McKinnon as Jillian Holtzman, Melissa McCarthy as Abby Yates and Leslie Jones as Patty Tolan. Chris Hemsworth plays the new secretary, while Andy Garcia is the Mayor of...