It was back in April when I discussed this at the time brand-new short form streaming service called Quibi and one of the series that would fall into the interest base of this kind of websites readership. The series was “Most Dangerous Game” and just click HERE to see that launch post as it also links to the trailer one. I never signed up and then found it interesting to see a second trailer for the show being presented almost 3 months after it had completed. Anyway, without further adieu here is that second trailer.
If I’m not mistaken it was only a couple of weeks ago when I first brought up this new short-form streaming service called Quibi and shared the Official Trailer for one of its shows with our post about “Most Dangerous Game”. Clicking HERE will show you the trailer post and now I can share that this new network and means of being entertained is live to be enjoyed by those who wish to sign up. Below you’ll find the poster, premise and casting so take a look. Maybe it will inspire you to download the service.
There’s a new streaming service heading our way and I know as you read those words you most likely rolled your eyes because there are a LOT of them nowadays. There’s the Hulu, Netflix, CBS All Access, Disney+ and even Apple TV to contend with this new launch called Quibi. It’s very new to me but I saw the TMZ folks discussing and I love a good action adventure film as much as the superhero stuff so let’s watch the first trailer for a short-form series called “Most Dangerous Game”.
There are a lot of our readers digging into the Anime and Manga stuff and we applaud them since its just so massive an extension of the geek interests that we personally don’t even know how to catch up on some of it. One popular series is “Battle Angel: Alita” and as you can see they’ve reversed the name for the film. The trailers look like some exciting stuff and the last one I posted can be observed HERE in the event you missed it. This film opens today in theaters everywhere so take a look at the poster, premise and some casting before my closing editorial notions.
The Premise: “Alita: Battle Angel” follows the story of the titular Alita, a disembodied “core” who awakens with no memory in a post-apocalyptic world destroyed by a technological fall. Dr. Ido finds her and gives her a new body. They later discover that Alita is more than what she seems and has an extraordinary past. As she navigates her new life, she battles other machines who are empowered with skills. Continue reading Now Playing: “Alita: Battle Angel” in Theaters Everywhere (2/14/2019)→
Back in July, I shared what amounted to being the first official trailer for the upcoming live-action feature “Alita: Battle Angel” which is based on the popular Manga series “Battle Angel: Alita”. You can check that clip out HERE if you like just in case its a tad different. A new trailer recently surfaced and I will continue the support by sharing this one down below and repeat the premise and casting. There’s also a newer promotional poster and slightly different editorial at the close. Let’s go.
The Premise: “Alita: Battle Angel” follows the story of the titular Alita, a disembodied “core” who awakens with no memory in a post-apocalyptic world destroyed by a technological fall. Dr. Ido finds her and gives her a new body. They later discover that Alita is more than what she seems and has an extraordinary past. As she navigates her new life, she battles other machines who are empowered with skills. Continue reading 20th Century Fox: “Alita: Battle Angel” Official Trailer “Battle Ready”→