Trailer-Star Trek Discovery

San Diego comic con is now in full swing and, every studio is showcasing their projects. CBS have released the teaser trailer for Star Trek: Discovery, the  TV series from Bryan Fuller that will air on CBS All Access, in the US and on Netflix in the rest of the world, next year. There’s still no news on casting, but speculation is that the new ship will feature a female Captain.

Bryan Fuller confirmed that the series will be told, much like a novel and not the traditional episodic structure.

Check it out below.

David Tennant to guest on Family Guy 

San Diego comic con is in full swing. At the Family Guy panel, it was revealed that former Doctor Who actor, David Tennant will briefly reprise his role as the Tenth Doctor, when the series returns later this year. 

Tennant will appear as the tenth Doctor, in a breakaway scene in an episode of Family Guy. Other sketches include a remake of the princess bride, with Stewie and Bill Cosby. 

Justice League Footage

It’s no secret that Batman v Superman received mixed reviews from critics and fans alike, but today the studio used its Comic-Con panel to pull out the big guns. First, we got a look at the awesome Wonder Woman trailer. Then another trailer for suicide squad. Then, they gave us some footage from The Justice League. 

It certainly seems that the over all time has been lightened, I can only attribute that to Affleck’s increased creative control.

Check it out below. 

Justice League is released in November, 2017.

Trailer-Wonder Woman

Dear Citizens of Themyscira, the Wonder Woman trailer is here and, it looks awesome.

The cast of the Warner Bros film just took to the stage, in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con. Where they unveiled the first full trailer for Patty Jenkins’ upcoming Wonder Woman movie.

Check it out below.

Wonder Woman is out in June, 2017.

Rihanna to play Marion Crane

After five years of exploring the disturbing relationship between Norman Bates and his mother, Norma. The Bates Motel is approaching its conclusion.

The story will end with the events of Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpiece, Psycho. So naturally, we need to meet Marion Crane, the protagonist of the movie who was murdered in one of the most famous scenes in film history.

It was announced today, at The Bates Motel Comic-Con panel, that R&B singer, Rihanna will be playing the character.

Check out the video below.


Hasbro announce new Star Wars figures at SDCC

During a presentation at Comic-Con today, Hasbro revealed a number of upcoming Star Wars toys, from their Black Series range of action figures. These include; Obi-Wan Kenobi, Emperor’s Royal Guard, Lando Calrissian, Qui-Gon Jinn, Tusken Raider and Hera. 

We also got a glimpse at some of the 3.75” figures, which feature Hera with her A-Wing, Poe Dameron and Snowtrooper two-pack, Fenn Rau, and recently announced new addition to Rebels, Grand Admiral Thrawn. 

Ghost Rider to appear in Agents of Shield 

For a couple of months now, Internet speculation has been rife that the new series of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, would feature Ghost Rider.

Today, it was officially confirmed at the show’s Comic-Con panel in San Diego: Ghost Rider is indeed coming.

However, it won’t be the version of the character made famous by Nicholas Cage. Instead of Johnny Blaze, we will see Robbie Reyes as the Spirit of Vengeance.

After the panel, the cast took the the convention floor to unveil the car.


Review-Ice Age:Collision Course 

Although the Ice Age films have never quite reached the same level as Pixar, they’ve consistently given us lovable characters and fun filled-family friendly adventures. For 14 years Scrat, Manny and the gang, have kept us coming back for more.

But, with Ice Age: collision course it feels that the Blue Sky franchise, has lasted longer than the actual Ice Age.

Whilst chasing his elusive acorn, Scrat is accidentally hurled into space. In orbit, he causes a meteor to head towards Earth. 

Back on the ground, our 12 main characters attempt to stop the collision. 

All our old favourites are back-Manny, Sid, Diego and the rest of the herd, along with Simon Pegg’s Buck the weasel (last seen in Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs) and let’s just thank our lucky stars that he is. His re-introduction to the group, along with Pegg’s charismatic voice, adds life to an otherwise completely dull film. 

The rest of the herd exist purely to regurgitate bad subplots, from 80’s sitcoms. Manny is an overprotective father. Crash and Eddie are there to annoy. Sid is there to be pathetic. Diego is there to be sarcastic, the women exist to be the women and, so on. 

The film isn’t awful, it’s just weak and doesn’t live up to its predecessors. There’s enough bright colours and fart-jokes to make Collision Course a hit with young kids, but there really isn’t enough to keep adults interested.

When Dreamworks realised Shrek’s popularity was waning, they did the smart thing, pulled the plug and gave Puss in boots a spin-off. Blue Sky need to follow suit and let Scrat and Buck have an adventure.