In which Martyn and Gerrod crack open the bourbon and attempt to record a podcast.
They discuss, Pressure, Straight outta compton, Mission Impossible:Rogue Nation, Ant-Man and Fant4Stic.
The podcast can be accessed via different places, including Audioboom, Tunein, Miro, Stiticher, Blubrry, Player fm and Itunes.
Martyn – @BadWilf
Gerrod – @Nerdthro_P
Pete – @BeeblePete
I absolutely love this, From tomorrow one hundred ant-sized IMAX tickets will be hidden around three UK cities – London, Manchester and Birmingham – to celebrate the IMAX® 3D release of ANT-MAN in UK cinemas this Friday.
The tiny tickets, each measuring just 5 x 10mm, can be exchanged for tickets to the most epic cinematic experience of ANT-MAN at IMAX cinemas across London, Manchester and Birmingham.
Clues to the locations of the tickets will be posted on IMAX’s Twitter page, beginning today.
Those who are successful in their hunt will be encouraged to tweet a selfie with their tiny ticket to @IMAX using the hashtag #IMAXAntMan.
The tickets will be left at various spots around the cities, each accompanied by a magnifying glass to aid the search.
After being in development for longer than Marvel had a cinematic universe, it’s great to finally see this teaser trailer for Ant-Man.
The film stars Paul Rudd as Scott Lang, a con-man who inherits a super-suit that allows him to shrink in size but increase in strength.
The thing that struck me most about this trailer is the lack of 21st century technology in the scenes, I don’t recall seeing anyone with a mobile or even a television in Paul Rudd’s house. With Hayley Atwell and John Slattery reprising their roles as Peggy Carter and Howard Stark, it’s a safe bet that this is set pre-Avengers.
Marvel really aren’t having a great time with Ant-Man.
First the production entered a number of delays and re-writes, then Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish stepped down.
Now, Patrick Wilson (Watchmen), Matt Gerald (Dexter) and Kevin Weisman (hello ladies).
The reason for them leaving is not yet known, but it’s thought that the constant delay in production has caused scheduling conflicts for the actors.