As someone who liked Star Trek Into Darkness quite a lot, I'm not so sure about this... I think I will have to see a better cut trailer. I'll, of course, go and see it, no doubt about that, but I think the new Independence Day looks better.
Oooooooooooooh, nice! And both Jeff Goldblum and his "dad" are back for the movie, my favorite characters from movie #1! Nice! Apparently, Will Smith wanted $50 mil. for the 2 sequels AND parts for his brats in them, I'm glad the studio told him to shove it.
I admit I'm getting slightly fed up with all the superhero franchises these days. It might be becoming a bit too much for me. But this really got my attention, it was so, so cool! Though knowing how the Civil War arc ends in the comic books...
Brandon Routh and Caity Lotz made a movie together! Yup, them of the Arrow, The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow fame! The Atom and Black Canary! And they seem to play a couple, sorta, kinda, maybe. Interesting! I didn't know anything about it. Thank you, Tumblr!
This looks actually incredible! Yeah, yeah, yeah, it's yet another remake, whatever! But now that Paul Walker's dead and there won't be any more Dom & Brian F&F goodness, I'm all for this, Utah and Bodie. They seem just as obsessed with each other as Dom and Brian were in the beginning (no wonder since F&F was basically a remake of the original Point Break, just with cars instead of surfers)...
Not bad. But after Skyfall, I'm not too excited for it. I was one of the few who didn't like Skyfall - all the women needed a brain surgery in it, IMO, and I especially disliked the always smugly grinning Miss Moneypenny - so my expectations are very low. I'm most curious about how the friendship between Bond and Q will develop. But I'm still looking forward to The Man from UNCLE much, much more, TBH.
IMHO, it looks really good. I know that people are shitting on it because it doesn't have Jason Statham, but I have never seen any of the Statham movies, only a handful of the TV show episodes, so I don't mind - also, I'm a bit fed up with Statham being put on a pedestal, he's a tool, a good actor but a bit of a tool in RL. And I love the family angle in this one. Father&son relationships are up there with brothers for me! \o/