As the world slowly returns to some sense of “normal” with the vaccinations against the dreaded Coronavirus, and with businesses making strides in their re-opening, many are looking forward to the upcoming films being on point once more and one of the anticipated releases comes care of Sony Pictures, the latest installment in their own “Spiderverse” Saga – “Venom Let There Be Carnage”. The Official Trailer is revealed and I’ve added some casting, and promotional artwork for you to enjoy to. Have at it.
When I began composing this trailer narrative I was put back when I realized that the last time I “spoke” about this film was in January 2020. To say that the world was a different place at the time would be an understatement and now here we are back at the helm with this release and its final trailer. Feel free to click HERE for that previous one and then onto that one last look into Paramount Pictures “A Quiet Place Part II”.
Synopsis: “Following the deadly events at home, the Abbott family must now face the terrors of the outside world as they continue their fight for survival in silence. Forced to venture into the unknown, they quickly realize that the creatures that hunt by sound are not the only threats that lurk beyond the sand path.” (c/o Paramount Pictures) Continue reading Paramount Pictures: “A Quiet Place Part II” Final Trailer→
It was back in March that we first helped laud the Official Trailer for Disney+’s new, and surely exciting series “Star Wars: The Bad Batch”. If you didn’t see the clip for some reason just click HERE because you’re going to like this one. The series expands upon an already massive universe and today my galactic geeks, the series begins its episodic run on the popular streaming service. Let’s review the official poster, premise and casting once more for good measure.
Fans of the now Netflix Original series “Lucifer” will be excited to know that the trailer for the second half of Season Five is ready for consumption. For those in the unaware, the series was saved by the streaming service when Fox decided to end it with its third season. Let’s take a look.