While one might think that ABC would have been willing to get as many people as possible into its upcoming comic book series Marvel’s Inhumans, the network somehow kept almost everyone in the dark on what to expect, deciding not to publicly release the first trailer after it was revealed. Thankfully, that’s all changed, and a new and improved final cut of the trailer has finally hit the ‘net. And guess what, guys? It. Looks. So. Good. Get to watching down below!

Everyone will have two different ways to experience Inhumans whenever it’s released, as the first two episodes will be exclusively shown in IMAX theaters starting on September 1, with ABC set to properly air the show on a weekly basis starting Friday, September 29.

Source: Marvel’s Inhumans Trailer Is Finally Here, And It’s Amazing

While we anxiously await another official trailer for Thor: Ragnarok, Andy Park has posted a couple of promotional designs to keep us going. The artwork provide a new look at Chris Hemsworth’s as Thor in his upgraded arena armour, and there’s also an alternate version of a previously seen image featuring Loki, Odin, Hulk and Valkyrie. Check them out down below!

Talk about a new phone screensaver!

In addition, EW has debuted our first look at Hasbro’s 13-inch electronic action figure of The Hulk in his gladiator gear. The toy can interact with a slightly smaller 12-inch Thor figure, and you can check out images of both below.

Um excuse me, Hasbro? Are there going to be any Jeff Goldblum figures in your “movie starring Jeff Goldblum” toy line?

Thor Ragnarok hits theaters on November 3rd, 2017!

Source: New THOR: RAGNAROK Artwork And First Look At Hasbro’s Range Of Electronic Gladiator Hulk And Thor Toys

A collaboration between Marvel TV, IMAX, and ABC, Inhumans looks set to be a television event unlike any other when it debuts this fall. However, everything we’ve seen from the show so far has really divided fans as the costumes and casting decisions have split opinions in a major way. The first trailer also leaked online and failed to impress, so will the real deal make much of a difference this week?

We’ll find out on Thursday because it’s been confirmed today that it’s then we’re getting the first official trailer for the series. Whether or not it will differ to the one that leaked online a while ago remains to be seen, but based on this teaser it appears we should forget about seeing anything new.

The wait is almost over. This Thursday, check back for the first trailer from “Marvel’s #Inhumans“! @theinhumans pic.twitter.com/phelZa5TCb

— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) June 27, 2017

The first two episodes of Inhumans will be screened in IMAX theaters and the plan is then for those and the subsequent six instalments to air on ABC.

Source: First Official INHUMANS Footage Revealed Ahead Of Trailer Debut This Thursday

Sony has debuted a new IMAX poster for Spider-Man: Homecoming, and this one packs in even more characters than the much-maligned theatrical poster from a couple of weeks back. To be fair, it is designed to resemble a yearbook, so at least that’s kinda the point!


The poster gives us new looks at Peter Parker, Tony Stark and Adrian Toomes both in and out of costume, as well as Peter’s school pals Liz, Michelle and Ned.

The movie is set to hit theatres on July 7!

 

Source: SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING Yearbook-Style IMAX Poster Takes The Clutter To A Whole New Level

Take this, shawarma scene!

Marvel’s “Avengers: Infinity War” is now filming down in the Atlanta area, starring everyone under the sun, so you had to know some … likely or unlikely? … MCU connections were going to be made on set. Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow) recently confirmed there are about 62 Marvel characters in the whole thing, including around 32 just for one particular scene. It’s massive. And it’s Hotlanta, so you know the guys are going to be heading out for drinks to relax and cool down.

Robert Downey Jr., aka Tony Stark/Iron Man, just shared a bonding photo with his good pal Bruce Banner/The Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), along with the two Benedict newbies from “Doctor Strange,” Dr. Stephen Strange himself (Benedict Cumberbatch, in full goatie) and Wong (Benedict Wong).

Commenting fans are really digging all of the facial hair.

Source: ‘Avengers: Infinity War’: Yes, Doctor Strange, Iron Man, The Hulk, & Wong Are Now Bros

Spider-Man is in a strange place in the comic book movie world because Marvel and Sony are each sharing custody of the wall-crawler. Now it seems mom and dad aren’t quite sure which way to raise him. While Spider-Man himself is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, previous reports had indicated that planned Sony superhero movies like Venom and Silver & Black would not be. However, Sony’s Amy Pascal now says that, at the very least, the MCU Spider-Man will exist in the world of these movies, which would technically connect them to the MCU as a whole. According to Pascal…

“Those movies will all take place in the world that we are now creating for, you know, Peter Parker. They’ll be adjuncts to it, they may be different locations but it will still all be in the same world and they will be connected to each other as well.”


When Amy Pascal is specifically asked if Tom Holland might appear in the Sony films, she says “there’s always a chance.”

Source: Sony’s Spider-Man Spinoffs Will Be Part Of The MCU After All

While the early trailers for the film have been delightful, the most recent theatrical poster definitely wasn’t.. Luckily for us, Homecoming has released yet another poster, and it’s about 100 percent better than that last snafu.

Spider-Man: Homecoming will swing into theaters on July 7, 2017!

 

Source: The Latest Spider-Man: Homecoming Poster Is A Major Improvement Over That Photoshop Mess