It was a little over a week ago that I shared the Official Dub Trailer for the Sony Pictures Releasing feature “My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising” and now my fellow geeks, the moment has arrived and this film is in theaters for a limited time. Let’s review the premise and incredible voice casting (I’ve listed both the Japanese and English players) after the dynamic poster down below.
The Anime features continue to rise in influence upon the world of geekdom with shorts, conventions and full-length features such as this one being showcased in the narrative. While we are not as schooled in it as we’d like to be, we’ve done our best to support the medium at events like Liberty City Anime Con and Anime NYC or with events like the recently announced winners of the Crunchyroll Anime Awards. Clicking any highlighted text will bring you to those items but now its onto the Official Dub Trailer for the feature “My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising”. Let’s take a look.
When the sequel to “Zombieland” premiered a few months ago with “Zombieland: Double Tap”, we made sure to cover it as a part of our Pop Culture Film and Television narratives because we really enjoyed that first film. The crop of trailers, special features and promotional posters that were posted can be examined by clicking HERE. I’m returning to the topic of this film as Sony Pictures has just released this on Digital platforms (with Blu-ray and DVD to follow) and in addition to this the first “10” minutes of the film are online for you to enjoy. Check out said footage down below and then stick around the post to examine the premise, casting and official theatrical art. I’ve even embedded codes for you to order this on Amazon.com if you are so inclined.
Today is the day that the Sony Pictures Releasing film “Zombieland: Double Tap” opens in theaters everywhere. Ardent readers know that I’ve discussed the film a few times here on the website and two posts that might be good ammunition going into the film fall to the Promotional Character Posters and the Red Band Trailer. Those posts will help build a good framework for the folks interested in seeing this early in the theatrical run. Let’s get one more look at the premise and casting and the neato Theatrical Poster before my editorial notes at the end.
Way back in July I shared the first Official Trailer for “Zombieland: Double Tap” and since this is a trailer post I will not link back to that one. I will share the Promotional Posters showcasing that we did HERE for the curious and now its onto the oft-dreaded “Red Band Trailer”. As you might have surmised, this is the type of trailer that is a little more intense than the ones you will see on the television between shows like “Batwoman” and “Supergirl” so let’s take a look shall we. Hold onto your closest love one or beloved pet and leave the lights on and door and windows locked.