The Titans trailer has come and gone, although the polarizing feelings people have about the upcoming series are still around and ready to make some waves. I know there are a few people here on the site that are excited for the show, but I can't get behind it. That may be because I'm around the same age as ProZD, who grew up watching the acclaimed animated series, and is currently wondering why they didn't just bring us a live-action version of that.
Instead, they gave us what looks like a Freeform show that can use the word "fuck," (or is it fuque?) and I can't get behind that. Anyway, check out this video poking fun at DC Executives who loved this idea, and share it with a friend who got chills when Robin said "fuck Batman":
What made Erik Killmonger a great villain? A lot of people may have different answers to that question, although Lessons From The Screenplay appears to have the definitive answer with "empathy," and I tend to agree with him. Watch the video below, and let us know what you think about the character of Killmonger and if he's one of the best Marvel villains to date:
DC is up to all sorts of things nowadays. Some good, Some bad. We decided to record a review of two of the most Titan-y related things they've done on our new review show Drewbles and Bryam at the Movies. It's just a basic review of what we see and our feelings about it. The trailer for Titans and the whole movie Teen Titans GO! to the Movies, which is fant-frickin-tastic. Check out the video below!
If you're looking for another option besides Movie Pass with all of its recent issues, Sinemia just got even better for new subscribers! The movie ticket subscription service has decided to lower their prices for the summer. This comes at a time when their main competition, MoviePass, is introducing the peak-pricing model which raises the price of the tickets. If you sign up with Sinemia now, you’ll get $1 off a month for a total of $3.99 per month for the most basic tier that allows for one movie a month or $13.99 per month for 3 movies a month. Since you have to pay for a year at once, that means that you’re saving $12 no matter what plan you choose. I know that’s not much, but every little bit counts. Plus, you’ll still be eligible for the gift cards from Restaurant.com that the service recently announced. I wish Sinemia worked in my area since this seems like the perfect option for me. Does this help sway you to subscribe?
The Aquaman trailer has come and gone, and while most people are content just waiting for the film to see what happens, others are obsessed with knowing whether or not Aqualad will be in the film. No joke, this was a conversation I heard several times throughout San Diego Comic Con. I had always assumed the answer is no, but apparently enough people have been tweeting Yahya Abdul-Mateen that he's through getting questions about it:
Aqualad ain’t gon be in the movie y’all. Lol Confirmed!! 😂😂😂
Producer Adi Shankar has released the first trailer for Netflix's Castlevania Season 2 and it looks awesome! The trailer came with the following note from the producer:
"We did not set the bar at 'good enough/... We're here to create the greatest videogame adaptation of all time. Who's with us?"
Well, they certainly did a great job with the first season and, as you'll see, Season 2 is looking pretty damn great as well!
The anime series is based on the 1989 game Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse, which takes place in 1476. The story follows a hunter named Trevor Belmont who tries to take out Dracula.
Inspired by the classic video game series, Castlevania is a dark medieval fantasy following the last surviving member of the disgraced Belmont clan, trying to save Eastern Europe from extinction at the hand of Vlad Dracula Tepe himself. The animated series is from Frederator Studios, a Wow! Unlimited Media company, written by best-selling author and comic book icon Warren Ellis and executive produced by Warren Ellis, Kevin Kolde, Fred Seibert and Adi Shankar."
If you haven't watched Season 1 of the series yet, there are only four episodes so you can easily catch up before Season 2 hits. Season 2 will premiere on the streaming service on October 26th.
Netflix has released a new promo spot for Marvel's Iron Fist 2. It offers us a first look at Danny Rand's (Finn Jones) comic book-style Iron Fist costume and it also gives us a glimpse at the character's origin as he gets in what seems to be a brutal and bloody fight during his training.
In case you missed it, you can watch the previously released teaser trailer that was shown during Comic-Con here.
Iron Fist Season 2 features Danny Rand (Finn Jones) as he fights against the criminal element corrupting New York City with his kung-fu mastery and ability to summon the awesome power of the fiery Iron Fist.
Season 2 furthers the transformation of Danny , a character with a fish out of water coming of age story making his way in a harsh new world, battling to work out who he is. This season, Dann y has promised that with Matt Murdock gone, he will step up and protect his city. But a sinister plot twist threatens his very identity and he must conquers his villains to protect the town and people he holds close to his heart.
Marvel’s Iron Fistseason 2 will premiere September 7th on Netflix.
Apparently, I was wrong last time I wrote about the Voltron LEGO set and it wasn’t available for any kind of pre-order. However, if you are a LEGO VIP, you can now preorder it. It is free to become a VIP, it just takes a little bit of time and you have to agree to their terms and conditions.
The set will drop August 1 alongside a lot of other major new sets so expect chaos at all stores that are carrying LEGOs. Pre-order will be the best way to make sure you get your set. Remember, this comes with the pieces to create all five lions and then combine them to form Voltron!
This Russian X-Men video is completely bonkers and it's just so weird! The video just stitches together various random Youtube clips to make a silly no-budget opener for a live-action Russian X-Men show using the opening theme from the '90s cartoon series. This is one of the many reasons why the internet exists.
A lot of people may think Kevin Smith has always been a stoner, but according to the director, that's not the case. Smith recently said that it was Seth Rogen that tipped him from being a casual smoker to a full time ganja guru. Check out the story below: