We have a new trailer for Dredd ahead of the 21st September release. It looks like they have the right tone in this new clip.
The Creator of ‘Kick-Ass’ Mark Millar recently took to the Millarworld forums to give us an update on the state of Kick-Ass 2 and what to expect in the fight scenes.
Ben Affleck, previously thought to be the front-runner for Warner Bros' big screen superhero crossover movie, Justice League, has denied all affiliation with the much-discussed blockbuster.
Welcome to another Panels to Frames, fellow geeks. Time to riff on comic book movies again! The new Judge Dredd movie, DREDD (aka DREDD 3D if you're being pedantic) is almost upon us, and I for one am drokking excited (quick nod to Tharg's splendid publication). The trailer and photos thus far seem to have divided opinion, so I'd like to address some of the points which have been raised from a rational (heh...) standpoint, and explain why you're all WRONG. After all, that's what the internet is for, isn't it? Now stop moaning and give your fingers a rest before flaming me. As a reader of 2000AD and Joe's adventures for over two decades, I feel I have the necessary knowledge to shush some of the critics. So, let's take a look at the most common things people keep bringing up.
Universal Pictures are attempting to court Jim Carrey for Never Back Down director Jeff Wadlow’s Kick-Ass sequel, it has been announced this week.
With Antony Mackie recently announced to be playing the role of Sam Wilson, aka Falcon, in Marvel’s upcoming Captain America sequel, the attention has moved on to finding a female lead, which is now down to three frontrunners - Anna Kendrick, Felicity Jones and Imogen Poots – it has been reported this week.
August has seen the release of a number clips from the DVD and Blu-Ray extras of this year’s summer blockbuster, Avengers Assemble, and today we have a selection of the latest clips that will certainly get you pre-ordering this one if it isn’t at the top of your to-buy list already.
Die-hard comic book fans can often be quite precious about big screen depictions of their favourite characters. While Christopher Nolan’s take on the Dark Knight is certainly the grittiest superhero adaptation yet, it can still be quite galling to see the kiddy friendly tie ins, such as Christian Bale adorning the side of a lunch box.
One (soon to be) film franchise that has unashamedly embraced the more "mature" outlook of its literary inspiration is Kick-Ass.
Fans of fringe genre entertainment, like Troma-esque throwbacks Slither and Super, will be conflicted at the news that Marvel Studios is considering director James Gunn to bring Guardians of the Galaxy to the big screen.
Before you react, remember that fans were confused at the idea of Jon Favreau directing Iron Man.
Welcome to another Panels To Frames, where an ageing comic geek who spent the better part of a decade propping up the counter in a comic shop gets to rant and foam at the mouth about films based on pictures in little boxes. I've been thinking about the slew of comics movies in recent years (it really has been a 'slew' – it's not just me offering a lazy descriptive term) and the comics which are released before and after them in order to promote both the movies and attempt to shift more units of the printed source material they came from.