X-Men: Apocalypse is coming out soon, and Fox has always come up with some unique ads for the current X-Men movies. A new one for Apocalypse comes in the form of a cheesy 80s “documentary” series with a very familiar voice acting as narrator.
Oustide of The Last Stand , I’ve been a big fan of the X-Men movies. Old and new…though the new ones are techinically older than the old ones in terms of timeline. *Scratches head*
Anywho, this new film is really not grabbing me. From the horrible look of Apocalypse himself to the so-so trailers, I haven’t seen much yet that has piqued my interest. After the phenomenal Days of Future Past, I fear this one is primed to disappoint. I hope I’m wrong.
Let us know what you think of the new trailer. You can watch it after the break.
I’m a fan of the X-Men films, but the first trailer for X-Men: Apocalypse had me concerned. The commercial that aired during the Super Bowl has restored some of that faith. It looks much better than the trailer. You’ve probably seen it by now, but if not, watch it after the break.
Not even 2 minutes and 33 seconds? Because that is all you will need for this masterful super cut showcasing the trailers currently available for many of 2016’s upcoming films. Worth a watch after the cut.
2016. Did any of us think we’d live this long? Yeah, probably. We’re Geeks, not morbid.
So, what sort of Geek Entertainment has us here at Gabbing Geek at least a little curious? See behind the cut, with some items getting some expert Geek Commentary from the Geek Guru himself, Jimmy Impossible.
Apocalypse is a great X-Men villain. And I really enjoyed X-Men: First Class and loved X-Men: Days of Future Past. But I’m not sure what to make of this first trailer for X-Men: Apocalypse. Nothing really grabs me about it and I hate the look of Apocalypse. Maybe you’ll feel differently.
That said, I’m sure I’ll be seeing it in the theaters come May 27, 2016.
While I am concerned at the direction of X-Men: Apocalypse, I really loved how Nightcrawler was used in X2. This picture of Kodi Smit-McPhee as Kurt Wagner gives me a little tingle and hope that I will continue to enjoy this franchise.
While the announcement last night that all six parts of Star Wars will be available digitally by the end of the week is geektastic, the bigger picture here is that Disney and Fox are playing nice together. One of the biggest hurdles with any Star Wars re-release is that Fox own the rights to Episode IV, while Disney owns the rest. These major studios are not known to get along nor want to help each other out. But with the Sony/Marvel Spider-Man deal paving the way, these barriers seem to be coming down. And maybe this is the first step towards a blu-ray/digital release of the original trilogy in their original format and not Lucas Super Sized. (And maybe I’ll finally be able to get rid of my VHS copies of them…though I no longer own a VCR…) Continue reading Fox And Disney Now BFFs? Can We Speculate About Marvel Properties?