We still have news from the San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC), but mostly, we have our first decent look of X-Men: Apocalypse! So yeah, there’s been a lof of talk about that! Also, some great talk about Ant-Man too, which was better than I hoped.
The San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) started this week and thus we have many first looks of movies, TV series and comics, but it was not the only place we will get our first look at geeky things. Specially at four ladies who bust ghosts
This have been a week of previews as we get ready for the San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC), mostly courtesy of Entertainment Weekly. Including our first decent look on Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Besides that, Kevin Feige has been talking about the MCU again.
Interesting things have happened this week, like Jurassic World continuing to slay at the Box Office, Harry Potter making a comeback of sorts, many Spider-Man news and, most importantly, NBC breaking the hearts of Fannibals. And yet, hope springs eternal.
This week we had fewer news, mostly revolving about casting news and new projects, and of course getting ready for Dragon Ball Super! That said, the biggest news for me was the amount of bank Jurassic World made. Nostalgia goggles are better than 3D glasses, and we still love those clever girls.
This week we had first looks of things to come, new synopsis script news, SDCC news… and the saddest news in a while. This is becoming a year of good-byes. And so, I dedicate this column to Sir Christopher Lee, an example of a well-lived fascinating life.
This week we have had plenty of news about new comicbook adaptations, whether for TV or for cinema.
While we have many cool news about movies, TV series, and comicbooks/manga, I want to use this opportunity to share more news about Mad Max: Fury Road, which has become for now, my favourite movie of the year.
Interesting news about superhero ladies this week in comicbooks and TV series! And talking about TV series, yep, more news about things to come.