Marvel Studios has kicked major tail in the marketing department for the release of The Avengers this summer; unless you live in the woods you’ve probably been exposed to a couple trailers, a few tv spots, some billboards, decked-out city buses, or maybe even ridden the Avengers monorail at Disney. Which has lead some to wonder, where the heck is the hype for The Dark Knight Rises?
As confirmed by deadline.com, the third Dark Knight Rises trailer will debut during the previews for The Avengers movie.
Our friends at Aspen Comics have a new ongoing series Broken Pieces, and it’s not too late to hop on. After uncovering a certain secret Dr. Richard Adams witnesses his life begin to fall apart and his following decisions will not only influence his own future, but that of all mankind. Aspen created the above trailer and a full preview to #2 in the article.
And Solomon Grundy has no clone. We lied. Dr. Richard Adams is much more interesting.
This one may not have been present during the Super Bowl broadcast, but Marvel isn’t done promoting their upcoming flicks. February 7th brought a new trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man movie. We see lots of Peter Parker, lots of Spider-Man, lots of Gwen Stacy, quite a bit of Captain George Stacy, and a little bit of the big screen debut of The Lizard.
During Super Bow XLVI a new trailer for The Avengers movie aired, followed by the extended version of the same trailer online. New footage from the trailer included our first look [I believe] of the entire team together, in full get up, including the Hulk.
While the Feburary 12th return of The Walking Dead TV show is still a ways a way there’s no reason to keep the excitement at bay. Promos for the return have already been released (trailer above, 2 clips in the article), there’s a new poster, and news concerning season 3.
Even though the full non-shaky cam version will probably be released soon watching something “leaked” is way more fun. This is spoilery though, so click through to see the new leaked Dark Knight Rises trailer.
Watch it while you still can…
UPDATE: You can see the official trailer now here.
Bruce Timm and company making the DC Universe Animated Original Movies aren’t taking much time off these days, the long awaited Batman: Year One releases shortly and now we get the trailer to Justice League: Doom.
Well, The Avengers trailer is up and it looks exactly as you would expect…awesome. If your not into Nick Fury with a bazooka, Scarlett Johansson [doing anything] kicking tail, or explosions and people flying this isn’t your thing. Everyone else, get ready for what looks like the most hyped up and fanboy-dream-come-true superhero movie of all time.
The television adaption of indie comic favorite, Locke and Key, screened it’s pilot episode at San Diego Comic-Con and thereviewswereprettypositive. Fox had already announced that the series would not be picked up though and it’s all but a sure thing that the show will never be. The trailer has now been made available, but watching it is a lot like finding an expired slice of cake in the back of your fridge…what could have been.
DC’s seven figure advertising campaign highlighting it’s relaunch – which includes TV, movie, print, and social networking ads – gets it’s first trailer. And if your a fan of motion comics and metal music than this might be the universe for you!