Warner Bros. had a lot at stake at Comic-Con — it's trying to jumpstart a DC Comics cinematic universe after years of Marvel domination. And yesterday, Hall H was Superman and Suicide Squad panels have surfaced online in very high quality from Flicks and the City. The trailers have been cut I had this really weird experience where before we started the movie. I was getting my kid a . Choose an available username to complete sign up. In order to provide our
With Comic-Con in full swing last week it's no wonder that the first teaser trailer of an upcoming superhero movie has been leaked, after being shown for the first time ever during the event. Huge trailer leak: Watch the first 'Suicide Squad' teaser right here. By Chris Smith on Even though Ayer joked around about the trailer of Suicide Squad being leaked online, it looks like the studio doesn't want it out there just yet, and the copies that exist aren't particularly great.
The full-length 'Suicide Squad' trailer shown at Comic-Con is finally here. As you can see, the movie has some pretty clear connections to Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Take a look and let us know what you think.
The over-the-top Swedish martial-arts comedy “Kung Fury” has punched and kicked its way online — all 31 minutes of it. Funded with a $630,000 Kickstarter campaign, David Sandberg's homage to 1980s crime and
Action-packed Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Comic-Con trailer comes online — watch. Plus, new info on Suicide Squad, Justice League, and yes, Footage from Suicide Squad and concept art from Justice League were also shown, though nothing has yet appeared online. (Reports indicated that The Flash actor Ezra Miller was . Warner Bros. is keen on upping Batman's profile in the DC movie-verse. By Chris Coplan , 6 months ago. Festival Outlook · Aux.
If you aren't in San Diego (or you couldn't get into Hall H today), you can now watch the full Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice panel online. Did you miss out Check Out 100 Movie Facts You May Not Know. Image 21 of
This year's San Diego Comic-Con was as exciting as ever, but there was one interesting omission — Marvel Studios didn't show up to discuss its upcoming slate of movies. No Captain America: Civil War, no Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. The image you see at the top of the post is Fox's full Marvel lineup, which includes a third (and final) Wolverine movie and a feature for Channing Tatum's Gambit. Hopefully the studios won't take too long to officially release these
It's not like it is going to hurt attendance or Hall H crowds. We'll wait and see if Fox decides to go the same way with Deadpool, footage of which also was stolen from the Comic-Con screening and put online. More faux outrage designed to promote the movie. They planned to release it online from the beginning. Reply If the footage is shoddy in the general public's eyes, it could doom the whole enterprise. The studios are the ones spending hundreds of millions of
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