Thanks to the DC FanDome last weekend we have a poster for the Shazam! sequel Fury of the Gods already, that’s right for this film due for release in 2022. Naturally it is more of a teaser with concept art on it, but given that I throughly enjoyed the first film I am certainly looking forward to this one!
Harley Quinn has split up for the Joker (for good this time) and must now try and find her own purpose in Gotham City without any protection she quickly finds out a lot of people want to kill her! Eventually joining forces with other female superheroes and battling to save a young girl from Roman Sionis.
*Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn
A truly outstanding poster for the 2020 outing for Wonder Woman in the Wonder Woman 1984 film. Just look at those colours!!!
We have a possible new Bruce Wayne/Batman that will be announced with Robert Pattinson to take on the cape crusader. The film from Matt Reeves is due for release in June 2021.
As if we don’t already have enough excitement going on in the film world at the moment the first trailer for Joaquin Phoenix dropped as the Joker yesterday following the poster a few days before.
I really enjoyed seeing Aquaman at the cinema a few days ago and it does have a lot of good quotes, so couldn’t resist putting this together!
The origin story of Arthur and his journey to Atlantis and the life he had been hiding from, being the heir to the throne. Having to come up against his half-brother and keeping both of his identities with the land and sea intact.
I actually saw my first Justice League trailer on the big screen on Friday before Dunkirk and that was decent. This new trailer which was released at Comic Con yesterday shows a hell of a lot of action in the film and different parts for the different members of Justice League.
While it does build everything up quite nicely, could they have done with putting less in the trailer? I kinda think so. It still looks pretty epic!
I thought after seeing the film on Thursday and still buzzing about it, since bought a t-shirt and a new POP figure to add to my collection. I thought this quote was very poignant due to the current state of our world and the events that have happened in recent weeks in the UK and spanning the past few years around the world.
Before she was Wonder Woman she was just Diana a Princess of the Amazons and trained warrior. She had no idea of her true powers and her destiny. When pilot Steve Trevor crashes into her world she decides she must help him and end the War to end all Wars.