Good news everyone! Marvel is finally developing that movie we’ve all known for years they should probably make!
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Posters / Comments Off on Here Are Your Avengers Character Posters
Ed. Note: I’m not dead, i was just resting. Time to start catching up.
Avengers: Age of Ultron is out in just two weeks. Here are posters for each of the characters.
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And that seems to be the theme of the second Avengers movie – self-destruction of the team from within. Here’s the second full trailer!
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Here’s the other big bit of Marvel news I missed. Age of Ultron has a teaser trailer and poster.
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The Blu-Ray isn’t due until the 9th of September but if you’re down with digital copies you can watch Captain America: The Winter Soldier again right now. The Winter Soldier is one of the best of the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies to date (top three by my reckoning!). It’s got action, it’s got adventure, it’s got an old fashioned spy movie plot, it’s got great actors giving great performances, and just enough tie in to the rest of the Marvel Universe that when the bad guys eventually flip the table, well, they really flip the table.
If you’ve already seen the movie you should probably add it to your collection. If you haven’t seen it you should see it! The best way to do that is legally and if you use the links below (you may have to turn off your ad blocker) then you’ll help us keep the lights on at Awesome Friday HQ.
Movies, Reviews / Comments Off on Quick Reviews: ‘Snowpiercer’ and ‘Lucy’
I haven’t had a lot of time this weekend but here are some quick thoughts on two movies you can see this week. There’ll be more detailed analysis in the next episode of the podcast.
Jon Favreau has a longer history as an actor than as a writer/director but it’s the latter class that Jon Favreau’s career has had a few bumps in the road lately.most people seem to know him as these days. After writing Swingers and directing Made and later Elf he eventually was given the job of bringing Marvel Studios first film to screen with Iron Man. That film was a smash hit and kicked off one of the biggest franchises of all time but the follow-up Iron Man 2 and later Cowboys & Aliens were met with less enthusiastic responses.
After all that bombast Chef represents a return to the type of film that got Favreau noticed as a writer/director in the first place: a smaller, simpler film with a straightforward premise and a lot of heart.
And you know what? It’s really good.
Posters / Comments Off on Luc Besson’s Lucy Gets A Poster + A New Release Date
The 10% myth in action, but it’s directed by Luc Besson so who cares.
Podcast / Comments Off on Podcast Episode 66: Batman v Superman News! Star Wars News! Under the Skin! Godzilla!
Howdy folks and welcome to another episode of the Awesome Friday Podcast. In this the 66th episode we are going to cover a range of topics including the newly titled Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the recently revealed fact that David S Goyer is a terrible human being, news that Gareth Edwards is directing a Star Wars film, news that Star Wars Episode VII is using practical creature effects, and the films Under the Skin and Godzilla.
You can put it away now: the idea that the unnervingly attractive Scarlett Johansson only became a superstar due to the fact that she is the human embodiment of a 1940’s bomber girl. It’s easy to decide on obvious categories – something that she has undoubtedly had to fight herself – and she could have effortlessly made her career as The Pretty Girl in all kinds of meaningless rom-coms and action flicks. But then you look at her filmography and you see a ridiculously diverse selection – from The Girl With The Pearl Earring and Lost In Translation to her deliciously deadly stints as Black Widow in the various Avengers, Iron Man and Captain America blockbusters.
And now, with director Jonathan Glazer’s adaptation of Under The Skin from Michael Faber’s novel, she can finally draw a line under the stereotype. In a movie that contains enough twists and horrors to keep you thinking for weeks, she carries the whole narrative while barely saying a word in a stunning, revelatory performance that is a career best to date.
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Jon Favreau may not be the best action director but he does have a pretty impressive resume when it comes to comedies. Good thing his next film falls in the latter category. Let’s take a look!
I have a lot that I want to tell you right now that I just can’t. I don’t want to spoil the movie, and to do a proper review I won’t technically be spoiling anything, but I’ll tell you now that you should just go see this movie. You want to know why? Because it’s great. Fantastic even.
Trailers / Comments Off on Lucy Trailer: Super Powered Scarlett Johansson Directed by Luc Besson
Luc Besson wrote and directed another movie? Luc Besson wrote and directed another movie! With Morgan Freeman and Choi Min-sik in supporting roles!
Trailers / Comments Off on Captain America: The Winter Soldier Clip: Cap + Co Storm A Freighter And It’s Awesome
I don’t normally like to post full clips from movies but this one has a few reasons why checking it out is in your interest:
- It’s clearly from early in the film and doesn’t show the very end of the scene so other than giving us an idea how the action is going to be in the movie offers very little in the way of spoilers (most of the dialogue is in the trailers, also)
- it’s an awesome scene that has made me more excited to see the movie.
Posters, Trailers / Comments Off on Captain America: The Winter Soldier Super Bowl Spot, Trailer #2 + New Poster: How Do You Tell Good Guys From Bad Guys?
Finally a decent look at Falcon and Black Widow and The Winter Soldier himself, or at least what they’re all capable of. Continue reading…