10 February 2011

First Class X-Men Trailer Hits

Has Fox gotten the X-Franchise back on track? This trailer gives me some hope.

09 February 2011

A Modern Superman Animated Classic

Disney animated Rob Pratt has used soime of his spare time to give the world this little gem. See, its not so hard to make Superman awesome.

08 February 2011

Update: First Look at Green Lantern Emerald Knights

UPDATE: And here's another pic. The art looks pretty similar to First Flights, and that ain't bad.

TVGuide.Com has dropped the following info along with our first look at Hal Jordan from this summers animated adventures of the Green Lantern Corps:

He's enjoying mainstream success as the star of ABC's Castle, but Nathan Fillion is still a fanboy favorite — and a fanboy himself. So the Firefly and Dr. Horrible alum totally geeked out when he was offered the voice role of DC Comics superhero Green Lantern in the DVD movie Green Lantern: Emerald Knights, due June 7 from Warner Bros. Animation. Emerald Knights is a series of vignettes about the Green Lantern Corps, an intergalactic police force. Fillion plays Hal Jordan, the Green Lantern of Earth's space sector, who mentors Arisia, a new recruit played by Mad Men's Elisabeth Moss. "I was always reading the comic books, I was always a spectator," Fillion says. "Now I feel like I own a little piece of Green Lantern."

And he's getting to share it with an old friend, Ryan Reynolds, who is starring in the Green Lantern feature film, which opens 10 days after the DVD comes out. Both actors got their big breaks together on the ABC sitcom Two Guys and a Girl. "He's a great guy, a gem, deserves all the success that he's getting," says Fillion, "so it's neat to have a little piece and share it with someone you know.

The voice cast for Green Lantern: Emerald Knights also includes Jason Isaacs (Lucius Malfoy from the Harry Potter movies), Kelly Hu (Hawaii Five-0, The Vampire Diaries), actor/spoken-word artist Henry Rollins and ex-wrestler "Rowdy" Roddy Piper.

07 February 2011

Superbowl Trailers

Thor, Captain America, and the Transformers all spent a fair chunk of change on Superbowl ads yesterday. To help them get their money's worth, watch em now! The Thor trailer was good, but it seemed mostly a rehash. I am not sure what Transformers 3 is about, but looks like more fighting robots. The real highlight was the ad for Captain America including our first glimpse at Red Skull who looks sufficiently creepy. Enjoy.