Ant-Man Movie review (Spoilers), X-Men Age of Apocalypse, Fantastic Four Trailer, Are the Marvel Comics Hip Hop variant covers appropriating black culture?
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Review of Justice League Gods and Monsters movie, Star Wars The Force Awakens Panel review, Deadpool trailer, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Suicide Squad, Fear of The Walking Dead, The Walking Dead season 6, Civil War #1, Bill Cosby and much more.
July 13, 2015 \ Geeked Out \ 0 Comments
Warner Bros unleashed a new action packed trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice on San Diego Comicon 2015. The Geeked Out crew take a deep drive look into one of the biggest movies for 2016.
July 4, 2015 \ The Prince Podcast \ 4 Comments
Prince pulls out (pause) from other streaming services and joins Jay-Z's Tidal service, New song Hardrocklover on Soundcloud and what if you could go back in time like in the Terminator, what would you change in Prince history?
July 3, 2015 \ 2 Nigs United 4 Podcasting \ 1 Comment
The new TV spot for Marvels upcoming movie Ant-Man really gives you an idea of the comedy tone of the film. Actor Michael Peña is featured to great effect.
Also if you look very carefully, you can see Ant-Man on the tip of a gun in one shot. The person holding that gun is out of focus but it's easy to see it's none other then...
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Marvel Studio head Kevin Feige spoke with birthmoviesdeath.com about Black Panthers appearance in the upcoming movie Captain America: Civil War.
Rumor is Selma director Ava Duvernay will be helming Marvel's Black Panther movie. Q Storm brings his online debate with FanBros's DJ BenHameen to the mic. Also Marvel Comics has announced Black/Hispanic Miles Morales is the new ongoing Spider-Man. Maybe Tyrese Gibson really is starring in a Green Lantern movie.
The summer movie season is well under way. Avengers Age of Ultron, Furious 7 and Jurassic World have all laid waste to the box office. But it ain't over! Here are our picks for the rest of the summer.
5. Ant-Man (July 17)
Marvel is starting to ramp up the marketing behind this movie. Early word from those who have seen it have been mixed.
I liked Ant-Man more than I did Avengers: Age of Ultron, mainly because Marvel's doing something different and it works as a stand-alone
— Edward Douglas (@EDouglasWW) June 26, 2015
ANT-MAN is good. Not a disaster like some expected but also not a homerun. Has a *must see* after the end credits scene.
— Steven Weintraub (@colliderfrosty) June 26, 2015