As much as we are still somewhat skeptical, the more Marvel and Netflix put out about the upcoming Daredevil series, the more we’re being convinced it could be damn good. Case in point this week is a brand new trailer for the series featuring the blind lawyer turned vigilante Matt Murdock (aka Daredevil).
In it we get a lot of info about one of the most important characters in any story: the bad guy. Well, at least one of them anyway … Vincent D’Onofrio’s Kingpin. We also get some more insight into what makes Matt Murdock tick and what his plans for the city are. Of course, Kingpin may have other ideas. Other very violent ideas.
Daredevil, which stars Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock, Rosario Dawson as Claire Temple and D’Onofrio, premieres on Netflix on April 10. Check out the trailer after the break.
You could say we’re a bit skeptical about this one. But you can’t really blame us. After all, the last time Daredevil appeared on a screen it wasn’t the best experience for fans, to say the least. Okay, the movie sucked.
However, that bad experience looks like it really will be in the past now that we’ve seen the first trailer for Netflix’s upcoming Daredevil series. In short, it looks pretty darn good.
Check it out after the break. Daredevil comes to Netflix on April 10 with all episodes of the series being released at the same time.There goes that weekend.
Superheroes are more popular than ever on the big and small screen and in the pages of comics. But often the stories just feature a bunch of super-dudes running around doing super-dude things. Where are the super-women? Don’t worry, there’s at least one in the form of Marvel’s Spider-Gwen, who’s about to debut her own brand new solo series.
Here’s all the scoop from Marvel’s official press release:
“She’s Gwen Stacy. She’s smart, tough, and charming. She drums in a punk rock band and goes to high school just like you. Only she can lift a car and has spider powers! Just don’t tell her father, NYPD Police Chief George Stacy!
But you knew all that already! What you don’t know is Gwen is back home following the events of Spider-Verse and you won’t believe what she’s got waiting for her!
Now is your chance to get on board with the breakout character of the year as she makes her bombastic debut into her very own ongoing series.”
Check out the preview pages after the break. Look for Spider-Gwen #1, written by Jason Latour with art by Robbi Rodriguez, to arrive in comic book stores and via digital on February 25.
You knew it was bound to happen. After all, it’s been years since the last cinematic incarnation of Marvel’s Fantastic Four. You know, the one that featured Captain America‘s Chris Evans in his first Marvel superhero role: Johnny Storm aka The Human Torch.
Well, have no fear, there’s a new version of the Fantastic Four coming our way. In fact, the first teaser for it just dropped and we have to say, it looks pretty good. Sure, you could argue about some of the casting or story choices (especially certain family ties, or lack of) but that’s not really the point.
This is a movie based on a comic book series. It may not satisfy everyone, especially hard-core comics fans, but it might just be a good movie anyway.
We’ll find out when it hits theaters on August 7. Check it out after the break.
It’s been a busy week folks, as you can see by the delay in this recap. Because of that, there will be no Arrow recap this week. Everything should be back to normal next week.
A Navy wedding is destroyed by spiked champagne. The victims look like they’ve been attacked by the obelisk. The men involved tell Bakshi that there were 8 deaths, but the others survived. Bakshi tells them Whitehall will not be pleased with these results.
Skye is becoming more combative with Coulson, trying to figure out what is wrong with him. He threatens her job and she reluctantly backs down.
Raina goes to Skye’s father, begging him to give her the obelisk. He is surprised that she is so scared of Whitehall, and urges her to beg Whitehall for mercy instead. He won’t give up the obelisk until he has Skye.
Simmons and her boss have been added to a team trying to reverse engineer the obelisk. The formula is not right yet, and Simmons suggests that they need some of the metal from the obelisk itself in order to get it right.