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The Vikings season 4 trailer has landed and it points towards another season of blood, betrayal, and brothers. But could we also see the return of the god Odin? The trailer for the upcoming season first premiered at San Diego Comic Con during the show’s panel featuring stars Travis Fimmel (Ragnar), Katheryn Winnick (Lagertha), Clive Standen (Rollo) and Alexander Ludwig (Bjorn) along with Michael Hirst (writer/creator) and Dirk Hoogstra (EVP & General Manager, HISTORY).
Vikings left their mark once again on San Diego with interactive experiences for fans and newcomers alike. In the Exhibit Hall, the show’s Bludgeon Booth gave fans costumes and props to create their own battle, which was then filmed in slow motion. Special effect blood splatter was then added and the 15 second clips were added into battle scenes from the show for fans to share. Out in the Gaslamp District those who accepted a complimentary ride on the Vikings long ship were given a drinking horn that granted them access to drink special at select venues in Gaslamp during the SDCC weekend.
Though it is History’s only scripted drama, Vikings continues to pull in strong ratings and rabid viewers. A fourth season, which will air in 2106, was announced five episodes into the third-season run.
Check out the trailer after the break.
Stars and the executive producers from TNT’s The Last Ship treated fans to an exclusive new trailer at WonderCon this weekend and unveiled key art for the upcoming second season. The show was basic cable’s #1 new series last year and TNT is hoping for a strong repeat with the new season as well.
Based on William Brinkley’s novel, The Last Ship chronicles the aftermath of a global catastrophe that nearly wipes out the world’s population. Captain Tom Chandler’s (Eric Dane) Navy destroyer was able to avoid the disaster, potentially making Chandler and his crew among the last humans on earth. In its first season, the show reached an average of 14.5 million viewers across all platforms.
At WonderCon, cast members Rhona Mitra, Adam Baldwin, Travis Van Winkle, Charles Parnell, Christina Elmore, John Pyper Ferguson, and Jocko Sims filled out the panel with executive producers and showrunners Hank Steinberg and Steven Kane and fellow EP, Jack Bender.
The Last Ship will begin its second season on Sunday, June 21, with a two-hour premiere at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
What more can be said? The upcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron looks amazing. We can’t wait for it to arrive. Until then, we keep getting cool trailers and more to keep everyone interested until the release.
As if that was needed at all. However, Marvel keeps releasing new promos, so we will keep bringing them to you. This time around it’s a new TV spot featuring the whole gang and a whole lot of action.
Pay particular attention to what Captain America can do with a motorcycle, other than just looking cool while riding it. You’ll enjoy it.
Check out the new spot after the break. Look for Avengers: Age of Ultron to hit theaters on May 1.
Another day, another trailer (or two) for the reboot of a movie you probably loved from the past. Case in point this time is Sam Raimi’s reboot of the Tobe Hooper classic Poltergeist.
To be fair, the reboot isn’t directed by Sam Raimi. The director is actually a guy named Gil Kenan, who’s known for films like Monster House and City of Ember. But since everyone knows Raimi’s name, especially in the horror world, it’s being touted as his film.
Don’t feel too bad for Kenan, though, we’re sure his check cleared and he does get directing credit on the actual film. Plus, we’re reasonably sure he did the job. He’s gonna be okay.
Anyway, the movie looks pretty scary, but also kinda like quite a few other horror movies of late. Still, that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
Check a couple trailer after the break. Look for Poltergeist, starring Sam Rockwell, Rosemarie DeWitt and Jared Harris, to hit screens on July 24.
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.