Watch Tony Stark propel his ego head first into a blue-sky canvas, filled with alien Chitauri spaceships — yes he’s that good — and bare witness to the intricacies of his playboy IQ; blanking out, knocked down unconscious by one of the many thousand-head-hunting-alien spacecrafts; spearheading through and between planet earth and infinite galaxy.
But,this isn’t “curtains” for Mr. Stark — he isn’t alone this time around.
From out of nowhere, fitted in somewhere between crushing alien steel with his bare teeth and a wholesome meal at his favourite New York City diner, comes the nine-foot Incredible Hulk, an ill-tempered green mutant monstrosity who scales through the highest of New York City sky scrapers shirtless as if it was a normal day at the gym; catching the unconscious Iron Man — both of them play for the good guys: The Avengers.
And this is only the teaser…
The star-studded Avengers cast includes Robert Downey, Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, Tom Hiddleston, and Samuel L. Jackson and directed by Joss Weadon.
Of course, superhero movies tend to lean on disappointing angles; however, through the movie master mind of notorious movie rating website Rotten Tomatoes, this baby scores a 93% approval rating.
What? Really? Turns out Hollywood is running out of original ideas; recycling yet another superhero franchise with the re-introduction of, The Amazing Spider-Man. Directed by Marc Webb, the chosen screenwriter to re-invent Peter Parker, played by the less dweeby and less annoying Andrew Garfield, we have another superhero summer Hollywood blockbuster.
How does The Amazing Spider-Man differentiate itself from the previous Spider-Man trilogy?
The trailer itself has seen 10k+ shares in the last 24-hours, mainly due to its widely popular franchise reputation.
Hey, you can’t help but watch when a cultural icon such as Spider-Man puts out a trailer.
The Amazing Spider-Man is scheduled to be released in 3D and IMAX 3D on July 3, 2012.
The Dark Knight Rises
I am now 100 per cent certain that Hollywood is out of original ideas.
And hey, if it ain’t broke; don’t fix it. Right?
Here, we have another popular movie trailer out in the Internet, The Dark Knight Rises. And yes. It will have to pull more than a few rabbits out of Bruce Wayne’s million dollar sleeve to top Dark Knight.
Yet, Dark Knight Rises, the final conclusion to the Christian Bale, Michael Cain, and Morgan Freeman series doesn’t look as ‘satisfactory’ as many believe it to be.
Of course, Bane, isn’t the most exciting villains, but he brings creativity to the mix; pumping mayhem into a Gotham City football field: Batman hasn’t been seen in more than 10 years.
Where are you Dark Knight?
Can Dark Knight Rises raise more pulses than its predecessor?
The trailer has over 60K+ shares in the last 24 hours.
Will it live up to the hype?
We’ll soon find out, when it releases in the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada on July 20, 2012.
Agreed. This post doesn’t have one ef-bombing original movie. Nevertheless, we see hits. We see viral traffic.
J.R.R. Tolkien’s, The Hobbit, a prequel to the widely-popular Lord of the Rings, takes the cake as one of today’s most highly anticipated films and most watch movie trailers for the summer blockbuster line up.
With many of the Lord of the Rings cast returning: Ian McKellen, Andy Serkis, Hugo Weaving, Cate Blanchett, Christopher Lee, Ian Holm, Elijah Wood and Orlando Bloom, movie goers get to see Bilbo Baggins as he once was: innocent; free; burden-less; precious.
But the trailer itself fails to give this Lord of the Rings fan the goosebumps.
Is Hollywood recycling too many ideas?
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