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Next week 20th Century Fox will begin filming their upcoming Assassin’s Creed live action movie, based on the incredible video game series by Ubisoft. The process of getting this film going has taken years, with Ubisoft standing hard at the helm and going through several film distributors before landing on 20th Century Fox. But with the aid of Michael Fassbender coming on as the lead actor and producer in the film over 2 years ago, things have started finally coming together. On Monday, August 31st, the Assassin’s Creed movie will begin filming in locations such as Malta, London, and Spain, More >
It may not be everything you saw in the leaked San Diego Comic Con trailer, but it’s certainly more with a surprising addition of what appears to be story. This Deadpool movie might not be all just blood and jokes like many of us happily thought, but it still looks brilliant! Released through TBS’ Conan talk show, which had to go TV-MA for this trailer, you can now see the full official trailer down below. No shot from the hip mobile footage like last month, this is the real deal and it’s full of action and humour.
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Yesterday, Twentieth Century Fox finally made the announcement many Marvel fans have been dying to hear: the Deadpool movie has been green lit. While the studio has still yet to sign on actor Ryan Reynolds, he is the pursued actor for the titular role and unlikely to say no towards reprising his Wolverine: Origins role, considering it was his voice that graced the popular “leaked” footage post-San Diego Comic Con. The director will be Tim Miller, who was nominated for an Academy Award directing his animated short, Rockfish, just over a decade ago. This will be Miller’s first full-length film More >
It has been over 10 years since I was last excited about a live action DC Move/TV series. That would be Smallville, a show that looked to have much promise. But somewhere back in the 90’s, all those Batman films followed by shows like Smallville, Birds of Prey, etc slowly wore me down. This was particularly depressing as a DC fanboy, as I watched Marvel recently do one brilliant comic book movie after another. Where did DC go wrong? Perhaps it was just Warner Bros and the CW. But with Arrow becoming a rather popular series, announcements from last year More >
The new X-men movie just gets better and better every time a new image or trailer is revealed. Today’s trailer looks particularly epic, and I’m certainly praising the return of Bryan Singer right now. Set for release in just 2 months, on May 23rd, the X-Men of 2 time lines and 2 sets of movies from Fox studios will crossover for an epic recreation of one of Chris Claremont’s best mutant stories from the 80’s.
Now I just have to ask, that Sentinel at the end (possibly a Nimrod)…is it just me, or is Fox taking cue from a certain Destroyer’s More >
The second half of The Walking Dead season 4 begins airing on AMC February 9th. To help promote this, actors like Norman Reedus have been traveling around the world promoting the show for its international broadcaster, Fox. Apparently Fox determined this was the perfect time to help promote their new social media driven advertising campaign “#getFOXed.” How were they going to do this? What better way than to scare the most beloved zombie killer on television with a taste of real life zombies. For that they turned to Nick Santonastasso, a 17-year old Walking Dead fan with a rare syndrome More >
Con Review gives readers the quick need to know run down of major geek conventions and expos, with ratings and basic reviews that highlight the best of each con while giving you a reference to look back on as you decide where to make your geeky vacations of the future.
Location: Anaheim, Ca
Dates: March 16-18th
$40.00 Advance/$50.00 Onsite
Friday OR Saturday:
$20.00 Advance/$25.00 Onsite
$10.00 Advance/$15.00 Onsite
WonderCon began in 1987, the brain child of comic retailer John Barrett, and was run by Joe Field and Mike Friedrich for over 15 years. In 2001, WonderCon was taken into the Comic Con International family More >