I’m not sure what to make of this first look at Preacher that you can find after the cut. But it’s hard to tell anything from just over a minute of footage. And if you know nothing about Preacher…this trailer really won’t tell you much besides the fact that a man of the cloth isn’t afraid to kick a whole lot of ass.
This week on the podcast, there was no Jenny. That means a lot of boring stuff about box office numbers that haven’t happened yet.
I mean, yeah, there was some Mars talk that proves Watson is as bad at counting as Jenny, but at least they didn’t get into some really complicated numbers over how many rocks from the Sun Mars happens to be when Mars has two moons of its own to screw with his totals even more.
Then there was a List O’Truth for movie bad guys…
I know Jenny will be watching the new trailer for the Danny Boyle directed, Aaron Sorkin scripted Steve Jobs movie starring Michael Fassbender. And so can you after the break.
“Seth Rogen, man,” president of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige announced in a press release. “Heh heh. Heh heh heh heh heh. Rogen. Heh.”
Stay tuned to GabbingGeek.com as additional details are revealed.
For years, Marvel couldn’t get a movie off the ground and DC owned the big screen with Superman and Batman. Eventually, Marvel caught and passed DC; which will try to return to the pinnacle with Batsoup. Today we take a look at the superhero films that excelled despite not having the built in advantage of the DC/Marvel banner. And as a Gabbing Geek bonus, we’ll also tell you where the film’s characters would best fit if you shoehorned it into the DC or Marvel comicverse. Cuz we’re awesome like that.
Continue reading Best Superhero Movies That Are NOT DC/Marvel Universe
My wife and I watched The Interview off Netflix recently. It was funny in some places, not so much in others, but it got me to thinking about why it is considered acceptable to mock some figures in comedy and not others. The basic idea is, it is OK to “punch up” and not to “punch down”.
To be clear, this has nothing to do with free speech rights or anything along those lines. It simply has to do with what is and is not funny. That’s highly subjective at the best of times for any number of people. So, to make things as clear as possible, these are my thoughts on what is and isn’t funny, and that is not to stop anyone from making jokes at the expense of anyone anywhere.
Also, there’s going to be some MASSIVE SPOILERS below the cut for The Interview, so you’ve been warned.