Warner Brothers and DC Comics reveal new TV logo’s for Gotham, Arrow, and The Flash!

In the Comic Con, Warner Brothers and DC Comics revealed three new logos for their TV shows GothamArrow, and The Flash.

The Arrow one is pretty cool!

The Flash one is also pretty sweet!

Gotham definitely has the Batman feel to it! The rain and logo’s make it even cooler to watch!


It’s pretty exciting what Warner Brothers is doing, and these TV shows make it even more exciting as DC ramps it up!




What we learned from the San Diego Comic Con this weekend!

It’s been a great 2014 San Diego Comic Con! Exciting for 2015!

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice: The first I’m going to start with was the one that stole the show, Batman vs Superman. They not only took us by surprise with a picture of Wonder Woman, but also we got an exclusive look at two (I said TWO) teasers for the upcoming movie. The film is set to be released May 6, 2016 and I will be their opening night!


Marvel’s Agent’s of S.H.I.E.L.D and Agent Carter: After many months of waiting, we finally get level 7 clearance of Agent’s of S.H.I.E.L.D and Agent Carter. During the panel, we learned ‘The Winter Soldier’ directors will be headed to Agent Carter for episodes 2 and 3, and many other surprises. For Agent’s of S.H.I.E.L.D, we learned that Mockingbird and HYDRA agent Daniel Whitehall will be joining the cast. It’s pretty cool how they are adding more characters, and making it exciting. Make sure to tune in Sep 23rd on ABC!


Avengers: Age of Ultron: Joining the Comic Con was the entire cast for The Avengers: Age of Ultron. Answering questions, getting to see art for the movie, and finally seeing footage of the movie, it looks like Age of Ultron had a field week!


Arrow and The Flash: Premiering their episodes, DC’s Arrow and The Flash brought many surprises with them to the Comic Con.


The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1: This week at the Comic Con, fans got an exclusive sneak peek of the new movie coming out in November. Fans who buy Samsung phones will get to see the trailer first before the world does next week. It’s pretty cool that this movie will be the start of the rebellion, because ‘The Mockingjay lives’.


It’s been a great 2014 San Diego Comic Con, I can’t wait in till next year to see what they have in store!


2014 San Diego Comic Con in full swing!

Fans are still holding out there might be a picture of Batman and Superman together in the 2014 San Diego Comic Con

Today is day 2 going into the 2014 San Diego Comic Con, and already we our getting many surprises from Marvel and DC!


Yesterday we got to see some cool art for The Avengers: Age of Ultron which features Ultron’s army, along with Black Widow and Captain America.


Also, we got an exclusive look at Ben Affleck’s cape and mask. Not only that, to celebrate Batman’s 75th anniversary, we got another look of Batman in the upcoming movie; Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.


Today’s schedule for the Comic Con will be mostly TV stuff. Marvel will host a panel at 3 PM PST featuring the cast and crew for Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D and Marvel’s Agent Carter.


On an offhand note, many fans are hoping for more exclusive content regarding the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice film. If you recall last year, they released a small preview for the upcoming movie and announced it. It stole the show completely. Marvel released all sorts of cool stuff, but it was quickly forgotten because of the Batman vs Superman news.


If they do plan on releasing something, I’m pretty sure it will steal the show again.


Stay tuned throughout the weekend for more updates on the 2014 San Diego Comic Con!


Disney sets Pirates of the Caribbean 5 for July 2017! But why?

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales is set to sail into theaters July 7, 2017!

Finally after many months of production delays and script rewrites, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales finally has been given the green light by Disney, and has a release date for July 7, 2017.


This is partly good and bad news for many pirate fans. For the good news, Disney finally gave them the green light and is on track for starting production and getting underway. The bad news, well it looks like this movie will not sail into theaters for another 3 years, that’s a very long time.


It’s been known for months that the fifth outing has been plagued with many problems, why? I do not know. Things grew even worse when Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer separated after their 20 year deal expired.


What the main problem is that fans won’t wait forever to watch it, and Disney/Jerry Bruckheimer could be shooting themselves in the foot with this decision. The fact they set it in 2017 means they have no confidence in the project to go against names like Ice Age or Independence Day.


But I guess we’ll have to wait and hear for more information, so stay tuned.


Coming this week: Lucy (2014 Film)

Lucy is set to be released July 25, 2014!

Also opening this week is another contender for the top spot of the box office, and is a completely different original movie, that being Lucy.


Produced by Universal Pictures and EuropaCorp, it tells a story about how humans use only 10% of our brains, but the story is about how a woman named Lucy (Played by Scarlett Johansson.) is able to use almost 100% of her brain.


The film is directed by Luc Besson, who is known for many other works. The last time I saw something of his was Arthur and the Invisibles, which was not really great but impressive. I haven’t kept up with him since then, but this recent film does look very impressive.


The problem is that this movie limits its audience because of it’s rating. The film is rated R, which cuts down the audience by almost 50%. But if adults really want to spend the money and see it, I’m sure Lucy will do alright.


It’s only competition is Hercules, which shouldn’t interfere with how this film does since they are two different things.


Lucy is directed and written by Luc Besson, and is set to be released July 25, 2014!


Coming this week: Hercules (2014 Film)

See Hercules in theaters July 25, 2014!

Finally, after many rough weeks, it’s time to shift into high gear with Hercules!


Produced by Paramount Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, it tells another mythical story about Zeus’s son, Hercules.


The official plot synopsis read; “Having completed his legendary twelve labors, Hercules, the Greek demigod, has his life as a sword-for-hire tested when the King of Thrace and his daughter seek his aid in defeating a tyrannical warlord.”


This wasn’t exactly a movie I was planning on seeing myself, but I’m pretty sure Dwayne Johnson will make it entertaining to watch.


This is one to look into, along with the movie Lucy.


Hercules is directed by Brett Ratner, and is set to be released July 25, 2014.



Box Office Results: Apes takes first for second week!

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes does it again!

Despite the opening of three movies (Planes: Fire & Rescue, The Purge: Anarchy, and Sex Tape.) Dawn of the Planet of the Apes was still able to hold onto first place.


In first, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes scored an estimated $36 million, down nearly 50% from it’s opening weekend.


In second, the horror film The Purge: Anarchy got an estimated $28.3 million from it’s first weekend.


In third, Planes: Fire & Rescue earned an estimated $18 million from it’s first time out.


In fourth, Sex Tape earned an estimated $15 million from the weekend.


Rounding out the top 5, Transformers: Age of Extinction scored another $10 million.


Up next; it’s time to see how Lucy, Hercules, And So It Goes performs one week before Guardians of the Galaxy and Get on Up, stay tuned!