Shane Black's turn in the director's chair for Iron Man 3 is one of the most anticpated titles of Comic Con and, prior to the panel today, Marvel left a pretty big piece of viral marketing in the lobby of the convention centre: the threads that all self-respecting billionaire-philanthropist-saviours-of-the-Earth will be sporting in 2013. Follow the jump for the full-size picture.
Would you believe that Quentin Tarantino has never spoken at Comic Con before? He made up for his previous absence by bringing along his highly-anticipated new film Django Unchained, and hustled up a posse of the film's stars including Jamie Foxx (dressed for the occasion in hat and beard), Walton Goggins, Don Johnson, Christoph Waltz and Kerry Washington.
The internet has melted with praise for the nine-minute test footage that Neill Blomkamp showed at Comic Con yesterday. The affable South African genius blew 4,000 geeks away with the from-out-of-nowhere genius of District 9 three years ago and it looks as if he is locked and loaded to blast the high expectations he set himself into a million tiny pieces.
Our review of Dredd is up now, and the good news is - well, I won't spoil it here, head over here to read what Tony Gringo thought of it.
Spielberg – a man with a very diverse résumé and someone who’s no stranger to the science fiction genre. Having finished action adventure Indiana Jones in the early eighties, Spielberg returned to sci-fi with a very specific idea in mind: forming a friendship between a human and an unearthly creature.
Sometimes you see a film in the making that looks so great in theory that you have to see it as soon as you possibly can - and by you I mean me, but hopefully you as well. Based on the latest concept art from Scott Sanders' Aztec Warrior - a masked luchador facing down a giant familiar-looking robot whilst two office workers cower in the background - this is one of those, and it looks like we're all in for a liberal dose of lucha libre laughter with the directors latest effort - in theory of course.