Tag Archives: superheroes

  • ‘Constantine: City of Demons’ Official Trailer (Video)

    ‘Constantine: City of Demons’ Official Trailer (Video)

    John Constantine is back and this time he’s animated. No, I don’t mean his demeanor, I mean the medium chosen to present his latest adventure to the public, for the upcoming DC animated film Constantine: City of Demons. Because I don’t want to bore you with a bunch of nonsense about how Keanu’s take on the […]

  • ‘Aquaman’ First Official Trailer (Video)

    ‘Aquaman’ First Official Trailer (Video)

    Aquaman is sometimes seen as the George Costanza or Mel Cooley of the Justice League, the one everybody else in the group makes fun of. Other versions of the character teem with defensiveness over his risible roots, attempting to make him really cool and/or tough as compensation for the fact that he’s a guy who […]

  • ‘Glass’ Official Trailer from San Diego Comic-Con (Video)

    ‘Glass’ Official Trailer from San Diego Comic-Con (Video)

    After a long, impeccably shot wait, the first official trailer for M. Night Shyamalan’s upcoming unifying crossover superhero sequel Glass is finally here. In case you missed one or both of the lead-in films, here’s the state of play on both of them, as per the new film’s official synopsis: “From Unbreakable, Bruce Willis returns as David […]

  • ‘Shazam!’ Official Teaser Trailer (Video)

    ‘Shazam!’ Official Teaser Trailer (Video)

    San Diego Comic-Con was over the weekend, which means that today we have a whole wizard train of trailers to catch up on. It being a wizard train and all, I guess we should start with Shazam!, which gives the beloved Billy Batson aka (but probably not in this movie) Captain Marvel this big screen treatment […]

  • ‘Titans’: Robin is Sad and Angry Now (Trailer)

    ‘Titans’: Robin is Sad and Angry Now (Trailer)

    I probably missed the boat on this one but just in case you haven’t seen it, the trailer for the upcoming DC Universe series Titans came out recently and it’s pretty nuts. How nuts? Well for one, the trailer is age-restricted on YouTube. And for two, here’s the official description: “Titans follows young heroes from across the DC […]

  • ‘The Dark Knight’ Getting Limited 10th Anniversary Re-Release

    ‘The Dark Knight’ Getting Limited 10th Anniversary Re-Release

    Even superheroes get old, so it shouldn’t shock me that it’s been almost ten years since I went to see The Dark Knight at its midnight premiere in my hometown theater, then was so excited by it that I couldn’t get to sleep after I finally made it back home. Now, the film is on the cusp […]

  • ‘Marvel Rising: Initiation’ Official Trailer (Video)

    ‘Marvel Rising: Initiation’ Official Trailer (Video)

    This weekend is San Diego Comic-Con, which means you can probably depend on a raft of promotional materials from all the major media companies, Marvel right there among them. But there’s a new trailer for an upcoming animated series from the House of Ideas out ahead of SDCC, and it’s called Marvel Rising: Initiation. Here’s the […]

  • ‘Batman: The Animated Series’ Getting HD Remaster

    ‘Batman: The Animated Series’ Getting HD Remaster

    The early 90s Batman: The Animated Series is widely considered the definitive screen version of the Caped Crusader. You can watch it on Amazon Prime, but soon you’ll be able to watch it remastered and in high definition on the upcoming DC Universe streaming service. Per a tweet from the service’s official account: “Experience BATMAN: THE ANIMATED […]

  • ‘Marvel Size Chart: From Ant-Man to Giant-Man’ (Video)

    ‘Marvel Size Chart: From Ant-Man to Giant-Man’ (Video)

    As anybody who’s spent any time on dating apps know, there are some people out there who are obsessed with height, and there’s just no getting around (or beneath) it. The ad wizards at Marvel have evidently caught on to this, since they’ve put out a new video that compares all the major superheroes in […]

  • ‘Glass’: First Poster for Upcoming Film Revealed

    ‘Glass’: First Poster for Upcoming Film Revealed

    M. Night Shyamalan’s 2000 film Unbreakable was pretty ahead of its time, since it was a clear precursor to our current slate of superhero movie saturation. When the filmmaker churned out Split a couple years ago, it turned out to be a secret Unbreakable follow-up, with the earlier film’s protagonist David Dunn making a late-film cameo appearance. Now, both movies are […]