Another month, another Spider-Man director shortlist. Shouldn’t these lists eventually yield a winner? At this rate, the new Spider-Man series from Sony and Marvel will open somewhere around May of 2051.
Last we heard, Asa Butterfield is Sony and Marvel’s top pick to become the new Peter Parker/Spider-Man. While we await the final casting decision (Tom Holland is also reportedly in the mix), a new report has revealed the list of names being seriously considered for the director’s chair on Spidey’s new solo film. And only one of those names seems like a vaguely good idea. Just one.
With all the success Marvel is having with their recent advertising campaign for 'Guardians of the Galaxy,' it appears that audiences are ready for phase three of Marvel's movies, which means meeting some of the weirder and more obscure characters from their collection. It can't get much odder than 'Doctor Strange,' and he appears to be next on the docket as Marvel has a shortlist of directors for the project.
Summit Entertainment must not want you to spend the money to go see 'Warm Bodies' in theaters, which is both admirable and confusing. Why spend all this money on advertising when you're just gonna show most of the film's footage online? And on that note, we've got six new clips from the Jonathan Levine-directed 'Warm Bodies.'
'Warm Bodies' is the teenage(ish)-monster love story that takes place in a post-apocalyptic world overrun by zombies -- a young girl falls for a member of the walking dead she's supposed to be eradicating from the world, and inadvertently reawakens his humanity. The first few trailers for the flick hit a while back and offered a look at this comedic take on the world of zombies, but now the first four minutes have premiered online, and you can watch them right here!
'Warm Bodies' has released a new 60-second trailer with a few added laughs and a whole lot of (bloody) heart. Check out the latest trailer for the film, which hits theaters in February!
Hey, just because they're dead, doesn't mean they don't need to be loved! At least that's what the trailer for Jonathan Levine's latest flick, 'Warm Bodies,' has to say about zombies.