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
The debut trailer for Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later, Netflix’s upcoming sequel series, showcases the weird, winding life paths of Camp Firewood’s signature misfits.
In 1991, a decade after leaving the fictional Maine summer camp, Lindsay (Elizabeth Banks) hosts her own news show, “Puff Stuff”; McKinley (Michael Ian Black) is the father of a newborn baby; Victor (Ken Marino) is a male stripper; Andy (Paul Rudd) roams around in a leather jacket emblazoned with a “Most People Suck” patch; and a ragged-looking Gene (Christopher Meloni), who lives out of his RV, is clearly the long-lost father of Gail’s (Molly Shannon) bandana-wearing daughter.
Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later – directed by David Wain and co-written by Wain and Michael Showalter – is set a decade after the events of the 2001 film. The eight-part limited series is Netflix’s second revival of the cult classic comedy, following the 2015 prequel project First Day of Camp.
Check out the trailer down below, Movie Geeks!
Tune in Aug. 4 for the return to Camp Firewood’s funny business. Be warned, it’s not safe for work!
Source: Watch Hilarious ‘Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later’ Trailer
It looks like a new trailer for Marvel’s The Defenders may be on the way very soon, as the motion posters below were just shared to Twitter.
The brief promos feature Daredevil (Charlie Cox), Luke Cage (Mike Colter), Jessica Jones Krysten Ritter), and Iron Fist (Finn Jones) posing for the camera to the strains of Nirvana’s “Come as You Are”.
Each poster is also accompanied by a few words describing each character, as well as (presumably) a line of dialogue they’ll be spouting in the series.
Check them out down below, Movie Geeks!
The Defenders hits Netflix August 18, 2017!
Source: THE DEFENDERS Strike A Pose In These New Motion Posters For Marvel And Netflix’s Superhero Team-Up Series
We still have a couple of years to wait until Godzilla: King of Monsters brings the king back to the big screen in live-action. But in the meantime, how about a sweet sounding, absolutely crazy anime Godzilla movie? That’s exactly what we’re getting with Godzilla: Monster Planet, which is being released in Japan later this year theatrically and will arrive on Netflix for those of us in the U.S. Now the first poster for the first ever anime Godzilla movie has arrived and, though pretty minimal, it is really rad.
The Godzilla: Monster Planet Twitter account revealed the poster, which features the famed kaiju, looking quite similar to his live-action 2014 version, all in black and white. As opposed to the original version of Godzilla, this is much more bulky, massive and imposing. Not to say that Godzilla wasn’t always imposing, but this thing is just too huge to be reckoned with. What is perhaps most interesting is that this poster is starkly different than the first wave of art that was released for Godzilla: Monster Planet, which was very colorful, if also quite bleak.
Godzilla: Monster Planet is directed by Kobun Shizuno and Hiroyuki Seshit and, probably most importantly, is being produced by Toho, the company who originated the Godzilla franchise. They did a great job with Shin Godzilla, aka Godzilla: Resurgence last year, so there is no reason to think this will be anything but amazing!
Source: Godzilla Goes Anime in Netflix’s Monster Planet Poster
A new promo/TV Spot for Netflix’s Voltron: Legendary Defender season 3 has leaked online, revealing that the beloved show 3rd season will premiere August 4.
Check out the trailer down below, Movie Geeks!
Source: VOLTRON: LEGENDARY DEFENDER Season 3 Reveals Release Date
Is this the closest we’ll ever get to an Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D./The Defenders crossover? Photographer Kremer Johnson has shared some very nice photos of the main cast members from both shows.
Source: THE DEFENDERS And AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. Cast Members Come Together For A New Emmy Photoshoot