IGN caught up with Disney Pixar chief John Lasseter at D23, where he confirmed that The Incredibles 2 will pick up right where the first one ended! Here’s is what he had to say:
“It starts right as the first one finishes, so it just carries on,” said Lasseter, who specified that only “a minute” will have passed between films. “It starts with the Underminer and a big old set piece. You know that at the end of the first movie when he comes up and you see the family dressed as superheroes, well that’s where start this movie.”
Of course this news dashes the hopes of fans who wanted an equal amount of time to have lapsed since the film’s 2004 release. If you look around the internet, you’ll see tons of fan art for adult versions of Dash, Violet and Jack Jack. Perhaps it’s this very fan anticipation that led Disney and Pixar to go in the oppossite direction?
The anticipated sequel is set to be released on June 15, 2018!
Source: THE INCREDIBLES 2 Will Start Right Where The First Film Left Off
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
Netflix released the new trailer for its live-action Death Note movie ahead of its Aug. 25 premiere, giving viewers their first-(kinda’)-look at Willem Dafoe ’s Ryuk as well as another look at Lakeith Stanfield ‘s detective L and more of a focus on Margaret Qualley ‘s Mia.
Check it out down below, Movie Geeks!
Source: ‘Death Note’ Trailer: Dafoe’s Ryuk Explains Power Of Death Note
Though we did get a shadowy first look at Ryuk in the trailer for Adam Wingard’s Death Note back in March, the director has now shared a new poster for the upcoming Netflix adaptation, which gives fans a much better idea of what to expect from Willem Dafoe’s take on the shinigami! Check it out down below, Movie Geeks!
For those unfamiliar with the story, Death Note follows a student named Light Turner (Nat Wolff) who uncovers a mysterious notebook that kills people if their name is written in it. Though it has been rumored that it might follow a different plot unlike the original manga series/anime.
The film is Also starring Margaret Qualley as Mia Sutton, Keith Stanfield as “L,” Paul Nakauchi as Watari and Shea Whigham as James Turner, Death Note hits Netflix on August 25!
Source: New DEATH NOTE Poster Provides Our First Proper Glimpse Of Willem Dafoe As Ryuk The Shinigami
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
It’s time to drench the Eggnog with some top shelf rum. The girls are back, and it’s going to be a rough holiday season. Today we have the worldwide premiere of the first trailer for STXfilms’ A Bad Moms Christmas as Milas Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn return for this raunchy Christmas sequel!
Jay Hernandez, Peter Gallagher, Justin Hartley, and David Walton also round out the ensemble cast for A Bad Moms Christmas. The movie was written and directed by Jon Lucas & Scott Moore, the pair behind the first movie, which was an unexpected blockbuster hit.
Check it out down below, Movie Geeks!
A Bad Moms Christmas hits theaters on November 7th, 2017!
Source: A Bad Moms Christmas Trailer Wants You to Party Like a Mother
The official Twitter account for the Kaito × Ansa “puzzle-solving” (nazo-toki) original television anime revealed four more cast members on Wednesday. Some of the cast members are returning from the Nazotokine anime.
The new cast members are Emi Nitta (Love Live!‘s Honoka) as Hinata Takaragawa, Kenichi Suzumura (Free! Eternal Summer‘s Momotarō) as Yocchin, Natsuko Hara as Tokine Amino (returning from Nazotokine), and Sora Tokui as Hacchin (returning from Nazotokine).
The anime also stars Kazuki Katou (Katekyo Hitman Reborn!‘s Kikyo, B-PROJECT‘s Kento Aizome) as Kaito Aen,Takahiro Sakurai (D.Gray-man‘s Yu Kanda, Code Geass‘ Suzaku) as Ansa Arishin, and Daisuke Ono (Black Butler‘s Sebastian, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable‘s Jōtarō) as Yū Kuromu.
The anime will premiere on July 12 on AT-X, Tokyo MX, and Tochigi TV. The series will later air on BS-Fuji as part of the “Anime Guild” block, and on RNC.
Source: Kaito × Ansa Puzzle-Solving Anime Adds New Cast, Brings Back Nazotokine Characters