It took years to finally get an adaptation of Brian Michael Bendis’ Powers comic off the ground, but only two to bring it crashing back to Earth. After two seasons, Bendis confirms that the expensive and ambitious PlayStation series will come to an end.
Is it Free Comic Book TV day? Well, if the first episode of AMC’s Preacher weren’t enough to tide you over, Sony PlayStation’s Powers seems to have followed suit for Season 2. The full 2016 premiere is available online, free of charge.
Whether or not the first season of PlayStation’s comic-adapted Powers did justice to its Brian Michael Bendis origins, it looks as if Season 2 heavily intends to right the ship with an increased scale, and one of the book’s most famous stories. See for yourself in the final trailer for our May premiere, along with word of another Talking Dead-style aftershow to follow.
It’s safe to say that fans new and old of PlayStation’s Powers TV series could use a refresher on the first season ahead of its May 31 return, and Sony has just the thing. Meet the newest additions, good and bad, as the latest Powers Season 2 featurette recaps both the story so far, and what dangers lie ahead for the new episodes.
The other day saw PlayStation’s Powers adaptation coming out of hibernation to deliver its first Season 2 photos, now crashing through your wall with more to offer. Not only do we have a May premiere for the first episodes, but a brand-new trailer chock full of superhero action.
It’s been some time since Sony dropped the first official Powers Season 2 trailer for the upcoming PlayStation premiere, and a powerful new sneak peek has arrived. Check out the costumes and panache on display in new Super Shock-ing photos from the 2016 premiere!
PlayStation’s Powers adaptation may not have wowed as much as other superhero series these days, but Season 2 has definitely upped the ante, and not just by invoking its Jessica Jones connection. Powers goes epic in its first 2016 trailer, including a new Retro Girl, stars the likes of Tricia Helfer and Michael Madsen, and an all-out uprising.
Moderately-received though it may have been, Sony PlayStation original Powers nonetheless continues to pull some impressive casting. Following last year’s coup of Sharlto Copley in the leading role, Tarantino favorite Michael Madsen has joined Powers Season 2 in the key role of aptly-titled superhero “SuperShock.”
Last week the first official trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight arrived, and it was absolutely awesome. Christmas cannot get here soon enough — between The Hateful Eight and Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu’s similarly snowy and brutal The Revenant, Christmas is going to be one seriously cold and bloody good time at the movies. In case you were itching to see more from Tarantino’s film, today brings seven new character posters to get you in the mood for the holidays.
Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight is our most anticipated movie of 2015 that doesn’t have the words “star” or “wars” in the title, so pardon us if we can’t help but get excited over the complete batch of posters that have arrived online. The film’s eight characters are spread across seven posters, showing off one seriously impressive ensemble. One film would be lucky to get two or three of these people. But all together? Speaking Quentin Tarantino dialogue? Can we buy a ticket now?