Felecia Wellington Radel Asbury Park Press Published 10:54 PM EDT Oct 10, 2018 Attendees at New York Comic Con got a glimpse of some of the most buzzed about shows and movies coming soon. In case you missed it, here are all the big trailers that debuted: TV/STREAMING Harley Quinn DC Universe, Oct. 3 Titans DC Universe, Oct. 12 Marvel’s Daredevil, season 3 Yes, they debuted two different trailers. Netflix, Oct. 19 The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Netflix, Oct. 26 Stan Against Evil, season 3 IFC, Oct. 31 Tell Me A Story CBS All Access, Oct. 31 Origin YouTube Originals, Nov. 14 She-Ra and the Princesses of Power Netflix, Nov. 16 More: She-Ra: Here's how the Netflix reboot will differ from the original Nightflyers Syfy, Dec. 2 More: NYCC experiences and previews that have us living for the future 3Below Netflix, Dec. 21 … [Read more...] about New York Comic Con 2018: See the biggest TV and movies trailers
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The first thing I would like to establish is a spoiler alert. I will be mentioning things from this movie and several others in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. If you follow any of the multi-million-dollar Marvel movies, you know that they are all connected some way, a fact that is prevalent in this movie, but I will hit on that later in the article. Ant-Man, the comic character, was first introduced to readers in Tales to Astonish #35 in September 1962. The character was originally the superhero alias of the “brilliant scientist” Hank Pym after inventing a substance that allowed him to change size; however, Scott Lang and Eric O’Grady have also taken on the Ant-Man mantle after Pym changed his superhero identity to Giant-Man. This is all in the comics, and I just thought I’d give some background to readers. RELATED: "Jurassic World" is a falling kingdom The first Ant-Man film came out … [Read more...] about Review: Latest Marvel movie offers more than tiny laughs
Jason Guerrasio, provided by Published 2:33 pm, Sunday, May 6, 2018 CJ 4DPLEX Every year the movie industry goes to Las Vegas for CinemaCon, a convention where the studios show off their upcoming slate to the theater chains. But it’s also where bold new innovations in the business are born. Business Insider had a chance to look at a handful of them. From an interactive movie magazine to a company that’s looking to redefine the preshow experience at the multiplex, there could be a lot of changes coming soon to a theater near you. Here are four things that grabbed our attention: 4DX with Screen X CJ 4DPLEX You may have seen a movie in 4DX (where the seats in the movie theater move with the action on screen) or a movie in Screen X (panoramic, 270-degree screen), but you’ve never done it at the same time! That’s because both features have not been combined in any theaters yet. Business Insider got to experience a demo of a 4DX/Screen X viewing at CinemaCon … [Read more...] about 4 tech innovations we saw at CinemaCon that could radically change the movie theater experience
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TheWrap's Summer Movie Preview: Outside of "Avengers," "Deadpool 2," and "Ant-Man & The Wasp," there are only a few surefire box office hits this summer Jeremy Fuster, provided by Published 3:28 pm, Tuesday, May 1, 2018 Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Summer Box Office Preview: Will Marvel Mania Be Enough to Boost Hollywood’s Fortunes? 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Hollywood is hoping that three Marvel movies and Disney’s first non-holiday “Star Wars” release will drive summer box office to a recovery from last year’s dismal results, which produced the worst May-August domestic ticket revenues since the turn of the century. The superhero cavalry could not come soon enough: Domestic ticket sales so far this year stand at $3.85 million, up only 3 percent from this time last year — thanks almost entirely to last weekend’s just-before-summer release of Disney/Marvel’s “Avengers: Infinity … [Read more...] about Summer Box Office Preview: Will Marvel Mania Be Enough to Boost Hollywood’s Fortunes?