It’s really hard to get a comic book fan’s attention when Guardians of the Galaxy keeps jumping up and down while flailing its arms. And rightfully so, the trailer was a smashing success. But there are a few other comic book movies that have yet to be released that have a much bigger fan base and an already established franchise, such as X-Men: Days Of Future Past, which has had only one trailer so far.
But with the May 23, 2014 release date just months away, we can expect to see a new one soon. Until then Fox has released four new movie stills as well as a slew of character images to help promote the film. Check them out in the photo gallery here below.
If you have watched the first trailer for Bryan Singer‘s X-Men: Days OF Future Past already, you might have noticed some changes made to the plot that’s been ripped from story arc of the same name. Specifically the one where Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) travels back in time and not Kitty Pryde (Ellen Page).
In the comics, Kitty is the one who is sent back in time to warn the X-Men of the impending war against mutants. This left a few wondering, why make such a change, especially for an iconic story like “Days of Future Past.” Well writer Simon Kinberg took some time to offer an explanation as to why the decision was made, and you can read what he had to say below.
A new gameplay trailer for the upcoming video game from developer Quantic Dream titled Beyond: Two Souls has been released. We’ve already seen 35-minute and 22-minute gameplay demos for the game, both showing off just how emotional and story-driven the game aims to be.
This new trailer, which is titled “Beautiful Drama,” is much shorter than previous videos, clocking in at only a little over three minutes in length. But it still features game stars Ellen Page and Willem Dafoe talking about the game, and shows off plenty of impressive new footage.
You can check out the new Beyond: Two Souls gameplay trailer below.
The East Director: Zal Batmanglij
Writer(s): Zal Batmanglij, Brit Marling
Cast: Brit Marling, Alexander SkarsgÃ¥rd, Ellen Page, Patricia Clarkson Fox Searchlight Pictures
Rated R | 116 minutes
Release Date: June 21, 2013
Directed by Zal Batmanglij, The East stars Brit Marling as Sarah Ross, a former FBI agent who becomes an undercover operative for the private intelligence firm Hiller/Brood. Sarah’s latest assignment: infiltrate The East, an anarchist collective that targets multinational corporations and their corrupt CEOs.
Alexander SkarsgÃ¥rd and Ellen Page co-star as Benji and Lizzy, leaders of The East who use “jams” to expose pharmaceutical companies and energy conglomerates that destroy the planet. These agents of chaos aren’t just environmental activists, but victims of the system. Take for instance the East’s doctor, played by Toby Kebbell, who used a “miracle” antibiotic while on an aid mission to Africa. The drug ravaged his nervous system; he has to use superglue to treat wounds because his hands are too shaky to make stitches.