As its been previously reported, DC Comics’ own “The Flash” who in real life goes by the name Barry Allen is getting his own solo series after being introduced on the action packed CW Network series “Arrow”. The show stars Grant Gustin as Barry Allen/The Flash and I will get more into the cast when the show debuts on its announcement post.
The trailer was released earlier today and it looks pretty good even though they took some obvious liberties with the origin and his overall reason for choosing to become a hero. I am sure that we shall see lots of villains from his famous Rogues Gallery and as any reader of the comic book will attest, The Flash had some really wild adversaries.
What do you think of the clip? Did you like what you saw? Chime in on this post and lets discuss.
Official Show Wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Flash_%282014_TV_series%29
I wasn’t going to post anything about this season finale, but I just had to since the last few weeks of “Marvel’s Agents Of SHIELD” have been so damned good and exciting and tonight the season finale for the first go round of the show is happening on ABC. Depending on your location in the states, you will need to check your local listings. Look at the dramatic art for this episode.
According to the show’s Wiki entry “Penny Dreadful is an upcoming horror TV series created for Showtime by John Logan and executive produced by Logan and Sam Mendes.” and while I do not know much about it outside of seeing the ookie spooky trailer, with my continually offering up broadcast posts about the kinds of shows my site and blog readers enjoy I offer up this announcement about “Penny Dreadful” airing its first episode this evening. Check out the poster below.
The other day Fox announced that “Gotham” was green lit to go to series and this show will feature the pre-history time of the city, its villains and a young, recently orphaned Bruce Wayne. It really looks interesting and earlier today it was reported that the CW Network has given the go ahead to the “Arrow” spinoff of “The Flash” along with a Vertigo Comics tale “iZombie”. I’ve little background on iZombie personally but know that Grant Gustin’s Barry Allen made an appearance on “Arrow” about a month ago during a two-part episode that left you with a cliffhanger that will surely be the perfect setup for a pilot episode. Check out the proposed costume that Grant is sporting below. I like it actually.
With two weeks or so until the release of the 20th Century Fox film “X-Men: Days Of Future Past”, I felt that it was a good time as any to share a whole bunch of character promotional posters. Some you might have seen already here on the website, but the rest should be new to your eyes. I will start out with the Official Theatrical Poster and keep to adding the premise and ensemble casting to the posts so you go in fully armed. Having shared all of the trailers so far, I’ll send you HERE in the event that you missed anything. If you have, please do watch them as the trailers were rather solid. Let’s get going shall we.
The Premise: X-Men: Days of Future Past is a 2014 superhero film directed and co-produced by Bryan Singer and written by Simon Kinberg from a story by Kinberg, Jane Goldman and Matthew Vaughn. The film is based on the fictional X-Men characters that appear in Marvel Comics and is the seventh installment of the X-Men film series, the sequel to both X-Men: The Last Stand (2006) and X-Men: First Class (2011). The story, inspired by the 1981 Uncanny X-Men storyline “Days of Future Past” by Chris Claremont and John Byrne, focuses on two time periods, with Wolverine traveling back in time to 1973 to change history and prevent an event that results in doom for both humans and mutants. Continue reading 20th Century Fox: “X-Men: Days Of Future Past” Promotional Posters→