‘Fantastic Four’ trailer and poster are simply fantastic



The new trailer for the upcoming reboot, Fantastic Four, has hit the web and offers a lot more in terms of footage, story, and Doom. The chemistry between the members of the team look to be much more natural than the first iteration of the film back in 2005, even with Victor Domashev as a part of the inter-dimensional teleporting team. Kate Mara’s Sue Storm powers, in particular, seem to be given a lot of detail as to why she has been one of the most power female superheroes in Marvel comics. Jamie Bell’s The Thing looks menacing and tortured, Miles Teller’s Reed Richards looks and acts smart, which is one of the things that often leads him into trouble and it looks like the film will take note of that. Check out the trailer below and tell me what you think.

Fantastic Four opens in theaters on August 7, 2015.

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Galaxy Quest Is Getting Turned Into a TV Show

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Never give up! Never surrender! You see that tiny picture on the middle of the banner, bottom left of the M? That’s Galaxy Quest. According to Deadline, Paramount is creating a TV Show adaptation of that.

Galaxy Quest (1999) follows a group of washed-up actors, who used to play in a Star Trek-like series called, you guessed it, Galaxy Quest. They attend conventions, and replay the roles they’ve grown beyond tired of, only because they can’t get any other acting jobs. That is, until they get recruited by a group of aliens who based all their technology on the very same show they used to play in.

Despite doing rather underwhelming back when it came out, Galaxy Quest has grown to become one of the more beloved nerdy cult comedies out there. It was a sci-fi parody poking fun at the tropes of the genre (mainly from Star…

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Fight the Future: New Tomorrowland Trailer

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Just as new posters advertising Disney’s Tomorrowland film are released do we now get a new trailer too. This one pushes aside all the Walt Disney nostalgia and instead focuses on the all the action.

Perhaps someone at Disney felt a film merely toting a quest to reach a happy, Epcot-like city of tomorrow wasn’t selling with audiences? Who knows. But this trailer definitely has a different tone that the others did not.

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