The new trailer for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story debuted during the Olympics tonight and Star Wars.
We see more of the transformation of Jyn Erso (Felicity Jones) from renegade to Resistance leader and get first looks at more of the unlikely heroes on a mission to steal plans for Death Star before The Empire can crush the Rebel Alliance.
And wait for the chilling return of the Dark Lord of the Sith.
Marvel superhero Luke Cage breaks out the new trailer for the next Marvel Netflix original series.
Spinning off from Jessica Jones, Luke Cage (Mike Colter) is the story of a man who survived a sabotaged experiment that gave him super strength and unbreakable skin. Cage becomes a fugitive who wants to rebuild his life in Harlem, New York. Cage wants to live off the radar but answers the call to become a hero.
Old school fans will spot an homage to Cage’s original costume when he was Power Man.
Gritty, action-packed and with Cage as lead…cool.
The new series picks up after Cage’s breakup with private detective Jessica Jones and reveals his origin.
Get ready to get down, dirty and dangerous as Warner Brothers unleashes the worst heroes ever in Suicide Squad this Friday.
A new Joker and the motion picture debut of other classic Batman and Flash villains will blitz across the big screens with director David Ayer running the asylum and revving up the DC Comics film franchise.
But who’s who? Where are the good guys? What this could mean for the future of DC movies?
If you’re a veteran comics fan or new to the dark side of DC, here’s our Suicide Squad for Virgins:
The version of the team that inspired the movie was conceived by a trio of legends: writer John Ostrander with writer Len Wein and artist John Byrne.
The team’s first mission was against Brimstone, an elemental creature unleashed by Darkseid who was plotting to conquer Earth. The Justice League film villain is said to be Steppenwolf, Darkseid’s ruthless general. Given the comic book canon connections, could the Squad and League team up in a future movie in the war against Darkseid? (Exciting but let’s get back to the new movie!)
Marvel unleashed a tidal wave of updates on their upcoming movies at San Diego Comic Con.
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige announced the Oscar winner who will play Captain Marvel, the villain of the next Spidey movie plus Black Panther, Guardians of the Galaxy (Star-Lord’s father!) news and unveiled the new Doctor Strange trailer. Here we go:
New Marvel concept art confirmed Spidey will face the Vulture in the reboot directed by Jon Watts.
DC Comics biggest icons united for the big screen!
Warner Brothers and DC Comics give fans a surprise bonus from the San Diego Comic Con panel. Following the debut of the Wonder Woman trailer, the hits kept coming with the first trailer for Justice League.
Batman (Ben Affleck) and Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) search the globe for metahumans to get ready for a fight from an “enemy coming from far away.”
Bruce Wayne recruits Aquaman (Jason Momoa), Barry Allen/The Flash (Ezra Miller) and we see the before and after of Victor Stone/Cyborg.
We get a look into the past and the idea that Mother Boxes (technology seen in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice) are buried across Earth. Those alien computers are the signal that a powerhouse villain is approaching.
The anti-hero has a horrific homecoming when her solo book reboots with a new number one.
A legendary creator returns to Suicide Squad.
It’s all in a packed panel devoted to the unstoppable Harley and her TWO gangs.
At San Diego Comic Con DC Comics shared big updates and new art from upcoming issues of Harley Quinn, Harley and Her Gang of Harleys and the new Suicide Squad and spinoffs starring members of the all-villain team.
Fan favorite Harley Quinn creative team Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti and Chad Hardin along with Suicide Squad team Rob Williams, Jim Lee and Phillip Tan plus Mauricet (Gang of Harleys) answered fan questions at the Suicide Squad: Most Wanted panel.
In her solo book Harley returns to Coney Island to protect her neighborhood from a zombie apocalypse. HARLEY QUINN #1 kicks off Die Laughing on August 3. We also see interior art and preview covers for issue #2 and issue #3 featuring guest-star Poison Ivy. Continue reading HARLEY QUINN & SUICIDE SQUAD Previews at SDCC