Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse - New Trailer

Brace yourself for the big screen arrival (I know this ain't no MCU but still) of your new friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, Miles Morales. And Spider-Gwen, Gwen Stacy.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse - New Trailer

Days Gone – This World Comes For You Trailer - Zombie of the Week

With PlayStation exclusive Days Gone set to miss its planned 2018 release window, Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) Bend Studio has released a new trailer ahead of E3 to give us an all-too-brief look at the much-anticipated zombie apocalypse survival horror title.
Days Gone – This World Comes For You Trailer - Zombie of the Week

The Girl in the Spider's Web: First Look

Lisbeth Salander returns on the big screen to kick down misogyny and patriarchy with Claire Foy taking over the role from Rooney Mara in The Girl in the Spider's Web.
The Girl in the Spider's Web: First Look

Halloween: First Look - Undead Monday

This Undead Monday, we take a First Look at David Gordon Green and Danny McBride's unique take on one of the most iconic unkillable slasher on the big screen in Halloween (yeah, just Halloween), an alternate sequel to the original classic by John Carpenter in 1978.
Halloween: First Look - Undead Monday

Devil May Cry 5: First Look - E3 2018

Thank the Devil. Forget Ninja Theory's misguided alternate take on everybody's favorite demon-hunting mercenary, Dante, in 2013's DmC: Devil May Cry. A true sequel to Devil May Cry 4 has been announced today during Microsoft's E3 press conference as we head back to the original (and much, much rad) reality with Dante, Nero and a strangely spunky sidekick named Nico.
Devil May Cry 5: First Look - E3 2018

Cyberpunk 2077: First Look - E3 2018

From the makers of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, CD Projekt gave us a closer look at their next big thing, Cyberpunk 2077, at E3 today.
Cyberpunk 2077: First Look - E3 2018

Death Stranding E3 2018 Trailer

It's E3, and Hideo Kojima is back with yet another intensely atmospheric, visually stunning, weirdly solid sci-fi trailer of his much-anticipated PlayStation exclusive open-world sci-fi action title, Death Stranding.
Death Stranding E3 2018 Trailer

The Last of Us Part II E3 2018 Trailer

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It's the kiss heard around the world that started at E3, and it's the next in line of the series of Naughty Dog's next chapter of its critically acclaimed survival horror epic, The Last of Us Part II.  




Incidentally also the kiss that bookend the latest trailer of the sequel to 2013's The Last of Us, Sony hit it right out of the park with the premiere of the clip during its press conference at this year's E3. Easily one of most critically acclaimed games in years with numerous perfect score reviews and many proclaiming it as the game of the generation, the feverish anticipation to this title has started since the PlayStation Experience in 2016 with its announcement teaser. 

In October the following year, the second trailer was released as part of Paris Games Week, with a couple of new characters unveiled.

With this year's E3, Sony and Naughty Dog give us more than a fair share of how their upcoming title will feel like by brilliantly presenting straight up with a lesbian kiss, seen and heard around the world. But if you remember how this sequel was announced to be centered on hate (while the original centered on love), you better get ready for one hell of a gritty ride. But before that, do check out the equally awesome teasers before this ahead of going to the last one to get what we meant.




 
And here we are with the latest teaser.




While we do know that The Last of Us Part II will be a PlayStation exclusive, there is no scheduled release date for now. 


Death Stranding E3 2018 Trailer

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It's E3, and Hideo Kojima is back with yet another intensely atmospheric, visually stunning, weirdly solid sci-fi trailer of his much-anticipated PlayStation exclusive open-world sci-fi action title, Death Stranding. 



Earlier today, Sony had their PlayStation press conference at E3. Quite possibly one of the most anticipated press conferences for the event, Sony does not disappoint with the unveiling of several new titles as well as new looks at some of their announced titles. Among the latter, it goes without saying that the latest trailer Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding is one of the most hotly awaited. Yes, we are talking about that PlayStation exclusive debut title from Kojima Productions that first premiered with an awe-inspiring teaser which caused waves of excitement back in E3 2016 even without a scheduled date. A fact that remains to be so even with the latest trailer.

Indeed, since the original E3 2016 teaser featuring Norman Reedus as the protagonist, we have had another look with 2016's The Game Awards with the second teaser revealing the surprising involvement of acclaimed filmmaker Guillermo del Toro and Hannibal himself, Mads Mikkelsen, as the antagonist. At the following year's The Game Awards, the third teaser hit with a closer look at the tech and tensions of the title. 

If you have not been following the teaser trailer history of the much-anticipated title, we have helpfully embedded all three previously-released teasers below before you check out the latest one. Trust us, it's worth that twenty-plus minutes of your life.








And here we are with the latest teaser revealing the involvement of notable actress Léa Seydoux, and Lindsay Wagner in what is noted to be a younger version of The Bionic Woman. 

We have no idea if Death Stranding will eternally be stranding down the halls of E3 year in and year out. But if the teaser trailers are all of such stunning quality, we are in for that as well.

Check out the trailer right below.




Official images released during the event. 







While we do know that Death Stranding will be a PlayStation exclusive, it is probably famous for not having a scheduled release date.



Cyberpunk 2077: First Look - E3 2018

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From the makers of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, CD Projekt gave us a closer look at their next big thing,  Cyberpunk 2077, at E3 today



With the critically acclaimed The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt officially behind them, CD Projekt Red, the developing wing of Polish-based publisher CD Projekt, is now going full speed behind their next title, Cyberpunk 2077. If you can recall the short but memorable teaser trailer of the title released back in 2013, you probably also remember how it announced its release date: "when it's ready" (we have helpfully embedded that trailer right below to aid your memory.





Well, here we are five years later with CD Projekt at its peak with the monster success of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, incidentally the winner of numerous Game of the Year awards. 

With Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt takes a 360 genre turn, loosely adapting the tabletop game Cyberpunk 2020 (obviously that is two years later so a change in the year id all but warranted). Set in an open world futuristic metropolis, Night City, players will take on the role of V, a cyberpunk living the American Dream in the not-so-far-flung future. We happened to sense a tinge of a futuristic GTA in the first official trailer released during today's Microsoft E3 press conference. Check out the trailer right below.




Official images released thus far. 












Synopsis from the official press release:

Night City, California. Year 2077. 

The world is broken. MegaCorps manage every aspect of life from the top floors of their sky-scraping fortresses. Down below, the streets are run by drug pushing gangs, tech hustlers, and illegal braindance slingers. The in-between is where decadence, sex and pop culture mix with violent crime, extreme poverty and the unattainable promise of the American Dream.

You are V, a cyberpunk. In a world of cyberenhanced street warriors, tech-savvy netrunners and corporate life-hackers, today is your first step to becoming an urban legend. 

Cyberpunk 2077 is currently without an official release date but will be made available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows.



Devil May Cry 5: First Look - E3 2018

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Thank the Devil. Forget Ninja Theory's misguided alternate take on everybody's favorite demon-hunting mercenary, Dante, in 2013's DmC: Devil May Cry. A true sequel to Devil May Cry 4 has been announced today during Microsoft's E3 press conference as we head back to the original (and much, much rad) reality with Dante, Nero and a strangely spunky sidekick named Nico. 



Well, you know what they said. "Better the Devil that you know, than the one you don't." And the last time I cited the same quote here, we were covering DmC: Devil May Cry with Ninja Theory's misguided alternate take on Capcom's fan-favorite, winsome action series, Devil May Cry. The 2013 title, while eventually shaped up just fine by the time it was released, is still remembered unfondly by fans of the series with its dark-haired punk-ass kid version of Dante, as opposed to the original suave and flirtatious version.

For those who still thought the same way, you can thank the Devil that Capcom has steered the ship back in its original course with the announcement of Devil May Cry 5 at today's Microsoft's E3 press conference. 

Similar to Devil May Cry 4, a now short-haired Nero will continue to be the protagonist (on the surface), while Dante, now grizzled while maintaining his roguish charm, will not be far away, In fact, he appears right at the end of this awesome new trailer released during today's announcement. However, it should be noted that we are more enticed by the strangely spunky yet sardonic new sidekick of Nero, Nico. It is how she spoke these seemingly innocuous lines like "hey honey, need assistance" and "to kick demon ass". Anyway, the trailer is embedded right below.




Official images featuring the now short-haired Nero.





Devil May Cry 5 is currently set for a Spring 2019 release for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows.



Halloween: First Look - Undead Monday

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This Undead Monday, we take a First Look at David Gordon Green and Danny McBride's unique take on one of the most iconic unkillable slasher on the big screen in Halloween (yeah, just Halloween), an alternate sequel to the original classic by John Carpenter in 1978. 



We shall start off with a soundbyte right from John Carpenter himself back in 2016:

"Thirty-eight years after the original Halloween, I'm going to help to try to make the 10th sequel the scariest of them all".

Well, technically, Carpenter finally manage to four decades later with the upcoming Halloween, directed by David Gordon Green and written by Green, Jeff Fradley, and Danny McBride. Interestingly, Green and McBride, both of the driving forces behind this latest take on cinema's most iconic unkillable slasher, Michael Myers, have made their careers so far on comedies. But to Carpenter's point on making this 10th sequel the scariest of them all, Green and McBride are not here to fool around. 

In a nutshell, the latest film will be a direct sequel taking place up forty years after the events of the original film, with the full continuity (or the lack thereof) of all ten of the previous sequels (including the 1981 Halloween II written and produced by Carpenter himself) disregarded. Most important of all, this would mean that the revelation of Laurie Strode, the original protagonist of the series famously portrayed by Jamie Lee Curtis, being the sister of Michael Myers, is no more. As a matter of fact, this particularly controversial plot development for both Laurie and Michael is specifically removed in the new take. Speaking to Coming Soon, McBride remarked:

“I was pushing for that removal right off the bat . I just felt like that was an area where he wasn’t quite as scary anymore, it seemed too personalized. I wasn’t as afraid of Michael Myers anymore because I’m not his fucking brother so he’s not coming after me. Also you’ve seen it, so wouldn’t it be interesting just to see what would happen if it wasn’t that, and what does that open up for us if it wasn’t this random killing that has affected this character, so it just seemed like new territory to bite off.”

Sounds about right for me. By removing this unnecessary plot element that only worked to shock for that couple of moments after the revelation, it worked further to deepen the larger-than-life myth that is Michael Myers. And it is this renewed sense of unleashing something new from the old that the pitch was further endorsed by Carpenter himself.

Based on the recently released trailer, Carpenter's faith in this may just be awarded in spade with the tense atmosphere fully entrenched with the mythic presense of Michael Myers. Particularly, what caught our eyes was the scene at the prison. Check out the trailer right below. 



The first poster released for the film.




Here are the first official images released so far.






Here's the official synopsis for the film:

Jamie Lee Curtis returns to her iconic role as Laurie Strode, who comes to her final confrontation with Michael Myers, the masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night four decades ago.

Halloween is currently scheduled to be released October 19, 2018. 



The Girl in the Spider's Web: First Look

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Lisbeth Salander returns on the big screen to kick down misogyny and patriarchy with Claire Foy taking over the role from Rooney Mara in The Girl in the Spider's Web.



The history behind Uruguayan filmmaker Fede Álvarez's upcoming film, The Girl in the Spider's Web, could prove to be a little more confusing than it should be. Generally known for his 2013 Evil Dead remake, Álvarezwe took on quite the tall order with a film meant to be a cinematic sequel to a David Fincher film. Yes, we are talking about 2011's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, a film that I would personally hold in higher regard had I not seen Danish filmmaker Niels Arden Oplev's cinematic trilogy covering Swedish writer Stieg Larsson's original Millennium trilogy of novels starring Michael Nyqvist and Noomi Rapace. Based on the simple fact that both Nyqvist and Rapace found their respective career bloomed following the film (Nyqvist was an unforgettable antagonist in John Wick while Rapace faced off the first Alien in Ridley Scott's Prometheus), the impact of the Oplev's cinematic take on the original Millennium trilogy is undeniable. 

It is most unfortunate that Larson succumbed to a heart attack in 2004, before the posthumous publishing of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo in 2005, The Girl Who Played with Fire in 2006, and The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets' Nest in 2007, rounding up the original trilogy of the Millennium series which were originally designed to have ten installments. With the blessing of Larson's estate, Swedish author and crime journalist David Lagercrantz was commisioned to continue the Millennium series with his first novel in the series, The Girl in the Spider's Web, published in 2015, and another installment, The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye, in 2017. 

Now here we are in full circle, as Sony decided eventually to not pick up the thread with Fincher's critically acclaimed 2011 take, and hitting the touchy soft reboot/sequel button to have Álvarez take on The Girl in the Spider's Web with British actress Claire Foy taking over the role from Rooney Mara.

Judging from the first trailer, this proved to be an exciting run continuing the incredibly dark misadventures of one of the most intriguing female protagonists in recent cinematic history. That opening right there is an exemplary display of an awesome entrance of a character. Check out the trailer right below. 



The first poster released for the film.



Here's the official synopsis for the film:

Lisbeth Salander, the cult figure and title character of the acclaimed Millennium book series created by Stieg Larsson, will return to the screen in The Girl in the Spider’s Web, a first-time adaptation of the recent global bestseller written by David Lagercrantz.  Golden Globe winner Claire Foy, the star of “The Crown,” will play the outcast vigilante defender under the direction of Fede Alvarez, the director of 2016’s breakout thriller Don’t Breathe; the screenplay adaptation is by Steven Knight and Fede Alvarez & Jay Basu.

The Girl in the Spider's Web is currently scheduled to be released November 9, 2018. 



Days Gone – This World Comes For You Trailer - Zombie of the Week

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With PlayStation exclusive Days Gone set to miss its planned 2018 release window, Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) Bend Studio has released a new trailer ahead of E3 to give us an all-too-brief look at the much-anticipated zombie apocalypse survival horror title. 


The World Comes For You. The title of the latest trailer of Days Gone, a PlayStation exclusive title developed by Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) Bend Studio is very apt indeed as we take a closer but all-too-brief look at how AMC's The Walking Dead would have been like if common senses are applied.

With SIE Bend Studio confirming the delay of release for Days Gone from 2018 to February 22, 2019, we get the ultimate consolation price ahead of E3 with this trailer. Nonetheless, Days Gone continues to be our single most anticipated survival horror title on any platform.

Do look out for the scream queen zombie in the trailer overshadowed by nasty survivor humans. Check out the trailer right below.



Here's the official description for the Days Gone:

Set in the beautiful, volcanic scarred high-desert of the Pacific Northwest, Days Gone is an open-world action-adventure game where you play as Deacon St. John, a Drifter and bounty hunter who would rather risk the dangers of the broken road than live in one of the “safe” wilderness encampments. The game takes place two years after a global pandemic has killed almost everyone, but transformed millions of others into what survivors call Freakers – mindless, feral creatures, more animal than human but very much alive and quickly evolving. In the demo you saw two types of Freaks – Newts, which were adolescents when infected, are opportunistic hunters, preferring to hit and run from the shadows; and a Horde. Made up of hundreds of individual Freakers, Hordes eat, move and attack together, almost as one. Some Hordes roam the highways at night, while others, like the one in the demo, have found a food source that keeps it in a single location. Skills learned in his prior life as an outlaw biker have given Deacon a slight edge in the seemingly never-ending fight to stay alive. But will it be enough?

Days Gone is currently scheduled to be released February 22, 2019. 




Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse - New Trailer

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Brace yourself for the big screen arrival (I know this ain't no MCU but still) of your new friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, Miles Morales. And Spider-Gwen, Gwen Stacy.



Yes, we missed covering the release of the first teaser trailer for Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures Animation's Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse animated film starring everyone's favorite friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, Miles Morales (okay, that will forever be a debate). With the release of the latest trailer, we get to meet Spider-Gwen, the alternate reality Gwen Stacy who became a Spider-Woman in her own right after the fateful bite of a radioactive spider. Yes, the fan favorite Spider-Gwen will be in this one. So who else will be there as we enter the Spider-Verse?

Well, Peter Parker himself got a shot at that question when Miles innocently asked, "How many Spider-people are there?"... "Save it for Comic-Con, kid."

Apart from that, we also get a glimpse of the multiple villains featured from The Prowler (Aaron Davis, Miles' uncle), The Kingpin (Wilson Fisk), and an unknown Goblin that sure looked green, More importantly, the trailer played up the father/son bond between Miles and Jefferson Morales well. Yes, this is a Spider-Man who understand that with great powers come great responsibilities without any sacrifice from his loved ones. 

With Phil Lord (yes, that same Phil Lord) on the screenplay, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is directed by the trio of Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, and Rodney Rothman. Check out the fun-filled trailer right below.



Images from the latest trailer.











The first poster released for the animated film.



Here's the official synopsis for the film:

Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, the creative minds behind The Lego Movie and 21 Jump Street, bring their unique talents to a fresh vision of a different Spider-Man Universe, with a groundbreaking visual style that’s the first of its kind.  Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse introduces Brooklyn teen Miles Morales, and the limitless possibilities of the Spider-Verse, where more than one can wear the mask.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is currently scheduled to be released December 14, 2018. 




The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part - First Look

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Is everything still awesome with the aptly-titled The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part? It looks that way with the first teaser trailer released today by Warner Bros. Pictures. 



Five years after the cataclysmic Taco Tuesday, Bricksville is now an apocalyptic wasteland. Life is hell for everyone with the invasion of the Duplo... Well, everyone except Emett Brickowski, who still thinks everything is awesome.

Along came a fancy alien to take all the Lego Movie characters we loved to yet another pulse-pounding awesome trip. And that is a wrap on our quick summary of the first trailer for The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part. But you just have to see it for yourself with this exciting return back to the surprisingly awesome 2014 Lego Movie directed by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller. 

Yes, that is the same Phil Lord and Christopher Miller booted from the recent Solo: A Star Wars Story movie. While Lord and Miller will not be returning to helm The Second Part, both are still deeply involved as producers and co-writers of the sequel.

With no further ado, check out the trailer right below. It certainly is intergalactic.



The first poster released for the film.



Here's the official synopsis for the film:

“The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part” reunites the heroes of Bricksburg in an all new action-packed adventure to save their beloved city. It’s been five years since everything was awesome and the citizens are facing a huge new threat: LEGO DUPLO® invaders from outer space, wrecking everything faster than they can rebuild. The battle to defeat them and restore harmony to the LEGO universe will take Emmet, Lucy, Batman and their friends to faraway, unexplored worlds, including a strange galaxy where everything is a musical. It will test their courage, creativity and Master Building skills, and reveal just how special they really are.

The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part  is currently scheduled to be released February 8, 2019 in 2D, 3D, RealD 3D, and IMAX 3D by Warner Bros. Pictures.



Bumblebee: First Look

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The final baptism of hope lies with Bumblebee, the last pitch from Paramount Pictures for their planned Transformer film franchise to live on to fight another day. And here we are with a First Look at the film with the release of its debut teaser trailer. 



Fact: We here at The Daily Zombies abhor Paramount Pictures' live-action take on Transformers, Hasbro's beloved 80s toy and animation sensation. If there is an actual betting line for the film franchise to live on or die, you can find us right there at the latter line touting for it to honorably go away in silence. However, with Paramount Pictures tapping on 
Travis Knight, the CEO and brain behind LAIKA CEO and their latest offering, Kubo and the Two Strings with his live-action directing debut on Bumblebee, color us intrigued. And with rumors of the film finally embracing the original 80s design of the source animation series, color us more than intrigued. Less so with John Cena and Hailee Steinfield's involvement though.

With the release of the first teaser trailer, we finally have our first look at the film. First thing, Bumblebee, while back in his original Volkswagen Beetle design, will not be sporting his horn-headed look in the original animated series. But it will still rick-roll its way into your heart. Or your wall. And it is only right for Decepticon's fan-favorite henchman to join in the fun too. Check out the trailer right below.



The first poster released for the film.




Here's the official synopsis for the film:

On the run in the year 1987, Bumblebee finds refuge in a junkyard in a small Californian beach town. Charlie (Hailee Steinfeld), on the cusp of turning 18 and trying to find her place in the world, discovers Bumblebee, battle-scarred and broken.  When Charlie revives him, she quickly learns this is no ordinary, yellow VW bug.

Bumblebee is currently scheduled to be released on 21st December, 2018.




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