If it feels like a forever since the topic of the “Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse” film was discussed you’d be correct as it was just about a year ago when I last did a post on the website for our Pop Culture focuses. That brief can be found by clicking HERE if your curious but now after so very long comes the first Official Trailer for the film that will open in the coming months. Check that out along with the premise and voice casting.
Over a year after the events of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018), Miles Morales is unexpectedly approached by his love interest Gwen Stacy to complete a mission to save every universe of Spider-People from the Spot, who could cause a catastrophic disaster. Miles is up for the challenge, where he and Gwen journey through the Multiverse together and meet its protectors, a group of Spider-People known as the Spider-Society, led by Miguel O’Hara. However, Miles finds himself at odds with Miguel and the Spider-Society on how to handle the threat. Continue reading Sony Pictures “Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse” Official Trailer→
The latest take on DC Comics Batman comes care of the Warner Brothers Pictures release “The Batman” and this film takes us back to the second year of the Caped Crusader by Matt Reeves. The trailers look rather intense and if you’ve missed any of our earlier posts about the film just click HERE to launch a new window with them all in a row for your indulgence. Feel free to review the overall premise and casting and I will return at the close.
The Premise: During his second year of fighting crime, Batman pursues the Riddler, a serial killer who targets elite Gotham City citizens. He uncovers corruption that connects to his own family during the investigation, and is forced to make new allies to catch the Riddler and bring the corrupt to justice. (c/o Wiki) Continue reading Now Playing: Warner Brothers Pictures “The Batman” (3/4/2022)→
As the world is still immersed in the Coronavirus pandemic, I guess I could have predicted a considerable delay in the full Official Trailer for the upcoming Warner Brothers Pictures release “The Batman”. Of course I must admit that I didn’t think it would be more than a year in coming but I digress and if you didn’t see that post with all the other things going on in the world you can just click HERE to review it and learn my thoughts at the time. Since that time the world got the dreadful “Wonder Woman 1984” and the only okay IMHO James Gunn effort “The Suicide Squad”. Now comes the chance to give “The Batman” a better look so let’s do that shall we? Some premise and casting are below for your review. Enjoy.
The Premise: During his second year of fighting crime, Batman pursues the Riddler, a serial killer who targets elite Gotham City citizens. He uncovers corruption that connects to his own family during the investigation, and is forced to make new allies to catch the Riddler and bring the corrupt to justice. (c/o Wiki) Continue reading Warner Brothers Pictures: “The Batman” Main Trailer→
While I was expecting a lot of Pop Culture coolness to come our way care of the DC Fandome which ran for a majority of the day on a computer near you, I wasn’t expecting quite as much as we ended up getting. We started with the presentation of the brand-new trailer for “Wonder Woman 1984” which was followed by a teaser clip for “Zack Snyder’s Justice League” and now its time for the big guns as the first clip from “The Batman” is revealed. Take a look down below and enjoy some casting and an amazing poster by Jim Lee before my editorial thoughts bring us home. Enjoy.
We’ve been lauding the arrival of the Sony Animated feature “Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse” for a few months now and only recently shared some super cool promotional posters with the readership. You can check those out by clicking THIS LINK in the event you missed it, and not to worry because the second Official Trailer is in there as a link as well. I’ve tried to cover all the bases for your ease of enjoyment. Anyway, before I lose too much track of the point – the film opens today in theaters everywhere. Let’s review the Theatrical Poster, premise and cast before I close out with some editorial opinion.