Following last week’s official poster reveal for Thor: The Dark World, the live action followup to the 2011 Thormovie starring Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Natalie Portman, Jamie Alexander, Anthony Hopkins and more, Apple Trailers has debuted the first full trailer for the film. While the cast from the first film is certainly present and accounted for, so too is the first appearance of former Doctor/Destro Christopher Eccleston as Malekith (the Accursed). What’s the dark elf got in store for Thor and Mjolnir when the movie opens on November 8?
By Ziah Grace
Universal Pictures has released a trailer for its upcoming supernatural action film R.I.P.D, based on the comic series by Peter Lenkov and Lucas Marangon, published by Dark Horse.
The upcoming film, starring comic book movie alums Jeff Bridges (Iron Man) and Ryan Reynolds (Green Lantern/Blade Trinity, X-Men Origins: Wolverine), is about two deceased former-lawmen tasked by God to hunt down renegade ghosts hiding among the living as part of a secret organization known as the R.I.P.D. (Rest In Peace Department).
Check out the trailer on ComicsAlliance!
If you were giddy at the prospect of seeing Oscar winner Jamie Foxx adorned with a lightning-bolt headpiece in his role as Electro in next year’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2, brace yourself for disappointment. New photos from the Marc Webb-directed film show Foxx will be a distinctly more Ultimate version of the character, with blue skin (or at least temporarily blue before digital touch-ups) and a light-up hoodie in place of the old-school green and yellows.
The folks over at ComicBookMovie have grabbed seven new images from director Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel out of Entertainment Weekly’s summer preview issue. They offer fans a slightly clearer look at characters only briefly seen in the trailers: namely Michael Shannon as General Zod and Russell Crowe as Jor-El.
A couple characters not seen in the trailers — Lawrence Fishburne’s Perry White and Antje Traue’s Kryptonian villain Faora — also show up in the shots, alongside characters we’ve seen plenty of: Henry Cavill as Superman, Amy Adams as Lois Lane, Diane Lane and Kevin Costner as Ma and Pa Kent.
Check out the full set on ComicsAlliance!