When the first trailer for Thor: Ragnarok dropped it, rightfully, blew the internet’s damn mind. Chris Hemsworth‘s God of Thunder was in the gladiator pit with the Hulk, Jeff Goldblum donning shiny blue makeup, Tessa Thompson as a warrior, and Cate Blanchett as an antlered Marvel villain – it was incredible...
Adam Wingard’s adaptation of popular anime series Death Note drew a lot of heat before the public even saw a single frame, as fans of the original were displeased to learn he’d set the film in the U.S. instead of the original Japan and make the Asian lead into a white guy, a move we shall henceforth refer to as “Ghost in the Shelling.” And while the question of whitewashing will most likely persist on through the film’s August 25 release, we still have yet to see whether it will be a competent horror film on non-politicized terms. Today, the public can start to get an impression of whether the film is garden-variety bad in addition to being #problematic.
As a tagline, “You’ll float too” sounds more like a promise than a threat (maybe it’s both?), and the upcoming adaptation of It definitely seems ready and willing to deliver. Even if you haven’t read Stephen King’s classic horror novel and lack the context for that tagline, there’s something undeniably disturbing about it, especially when taken with this new poster created exclusively for Comic-Con 2017.
Rick and Morty has yet to set an official return date for Season 3, likely eyed somewhere toward late 2016, but never you fear for lack of new material. A new video from Comic-Con 2016 has emerged, featuring creator Justin Roiland acting out one of the most insane pre-trial transcripts in recorded history, complete with animation.
You didn’t think Marvel’s Netflix hero-for-hire would hit Comic-Con 2016 without some fresh footage, did you? Luke Cage is ready to rumble in the first official trailer for Marvel’s next Defender series, and Harlem won’t know what hit it.
South Park will kick off a landmark 20th season this coming fall, and as such, no better home than Comic-Con 2016 would help celebrate Matt and Trey’s creations in style. Comedy Central has set full panel plans for South Park, along with a “South Park 20 Experience,” interactive exhibits, video games and more.