The latest TV spot for Man of Steel ladles on the messianic imagery even harder than its predecessors, but gives Russell Crowe a break from gravitas duty.
It's a stunner nonetheless, and its accompanied by yet another poster, one that should go at least a little way towards making you believe a man can fly.
Pop quiz, hotshot. What's better than seven seconds of first look footage from Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., the upcoming ABC series that will take the phenomenally successful Marvel Studios universe to network televsion?
The answer is, of course, thirty-seconds of footage from Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
And that's exactly what we have for you today, by way of a TV spot.
Let's get this out of the way: This constitutes SPOILERS for anyone who has yet to see Iron Man 3. So if you're still holding off on seeing the latest Marvel Studios release – all of the latest Marvel Studios release – then bookmark this and return once you've thrilled to the third Iron Man solo adventure.
Of all the headlining superheroes in last summer's The Avengers, the one who made the biggest impression was smashing, brawling Hulk and his human alter ego, the always-angry Dr. Bruce Banner, played by Oscar-nominated actor Mark Ruffalo. While Phase Two in the Marvel Studios master plan includes sequels for Iron Man, Thor, and Captain America, everyone's favorite green rage monster has a less obvious onscreen future.
In an exclusive discussion with IAR, Mark Ruffalo himself has offered some insight on what's in store for Bruce Banner and his other, more destructive half.
Paul Giamatti yelling makes any and every movie that much better, and based on today's big haul of images featuring Giamatti and Andrew Garfield, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is going to be greatly augmented by some world class Giamatti yelling.
Plus, he's doing the yelling whilst wearing a track suit and covered in some very intimidating tattoos. These elements of his character's appearance are on display in the first official look at Giamatti as Aleksei Sytsevich, also known as The Rhino. In addition to that officially official peek, a bunch of unofficial set photos show off Rhino and Spidey in an automotive action sequence.
After breaking out with the second-biggest opening weekend in domestic box office history, Iron Man 3 predictably hovered above the competition in first place this weekend.
But while The Great Gatsby couldn't knock Marvel's big dog off its pedestal, the 3D take on F. Scott Fitzgerald's masterpiece nonetheless made a big commercial impression in second place with a more robust debut than expected.
After playing stingy with Man of Steel posters during a hype season that has seen movies like The Hangover Part III getting fifteen – fifteen! – one sheets, Warner Bros. is now letting the supercat of the superbag, with two new posters for next month's Superman reboot.
Yes, Pacific Rim has giant monsters doing battle with equally gigantic robots.
But Guillermo del Toro's next also has an eclectic cast, a cast that's capable of making us actually care about what happens to the pilots of the Jaegers going mano a mano with the beastly Kaiju, as well as the great masses of humanity the Jaegers are meant to defend.
Two members of that cast, Idris Elba and Rinko Kickuchi, are getting their own trading card-style representations of their respective characters.
There was never any real doubt that ABC wouldn't take Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. from pilot to series. It is, after all, directly related to the third-biggest movie of all time and a series of cross-pollinating franchises that have become a legitimate pop culture phenomenon the world over.
So though it was never in doubt, it's still nice to hear that ABC is indeed planning to have Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. as a part of its schedule this Fall. Not only that, but the network is airing a sneak peak of material from the pilot this Sunday during the season finale of Once Upon a Time.
Not only that, but right now we have the first official look at the series' slick logo, as well as a shiny lineup of the principal cast in character.
Hungry? Starving for even the smallest morsel of real, corroborated info-sustenance regarding Star Wars: Episode VII?
Well then we've got the tiniest table scrap to throw your way today, as Lucasfilm has announced – oh-so officially – that production on the first installment of the next Star Wars trilogy will take place in the United Kingdom, where each and every live-action Star Wars movie has done at least a little bit of shooting.
Most everybody loves their mama, but rarely does a major motion picture remind its audience to appreciate all the work of doting mothers the world over.
Yet here we are, with a new promo for Monsters University taking a very strong pro-mom stance.