And away we GO! Just a few moments ago we were delighted to a sneak peak teaser trailer for the fourth instalment of the Thor franchise. We’ve got our ol’ favourite’s with Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and Heimdall (Idris Elba) as well as some new characters like antagonist Hela (Cate Blanchett) and Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson). The teaser, accompanied by Led Zeppelin’s The Immigrant Song (hell yes) gives us some sweet stylized action shots and character cameos, the most exciting being the HULK played by Mark Ruffalo. TAKE A LOOK!!
Not 20 minutes ago the first trailer for Marvel’s Doctor Strange was just released online @marvelentertainment youtube channel. Firstly appearing on Jimmy Kimmel last night, Benedict Cumberbatch revealed the first look at some footage from the film. Now that the trailer has been released online for the world to see, let’s break down what we saw and what we can expect.
The Annual MTV Movie Awards is always exciting for film buffs like myself, because it is here we usually get some awesome new footage and teasers on upcoming films, and this year did not disappoint. Since we were blessed with some mesmerising new goodies, I thought I’d collate some great teasers here to look forward to this year.
Suicide Squad is the much anticipated DC comic film set for 2016, and after the crazy casting ride we’ve had the great pleasure of being on, finally we get our first look at Jared Leto’s Joker.
So, here it is.
So if you are Australian and haven’t been living under Uluru all your life then you’ve probably heard of the Mad Max franchise starring controversial actor, Mel Gibson.
And if you aren’t Australian well chances are you’ve probably heard of it anyway since it did hit a whopping $99,750,000 at the box office world wide.
Mad Max is an Australian film set in a post-apocalyptic world that fights for various necessities such as water and oil. Released in 1979 the film gained critical acclaim for it’s ballsy approach to film making and insane stunts, paving an influence on future post-apocalyptic and dystopian films even today.