Big Hero 6: New Trailers & Images

With Walt Disney Animation Studios' Big Hero 6 set to be released in six weeks, the marketing machine is working hard to put over the much-anticipated animated film. The Daily Zombies takes another look at the animated film with the release of the new trailer.
Big Hero 6: New Trailers & Images

It’s The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown by Nicolas Delort & Dark Hall Mansion - Undead Monday

This Halloween... kicks off this very Undead Monday with this amazing rendition of It’s The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown by artist Nicolas Delort and Dark Hall Mansion.
It’s The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown by Nicolas Delort & Dark Hall Mansion - Undead Monday

Inherent Vice: First Look

What's up, Doc? Brace yourself, fans of Thomas Pynchon's Inherent Vice, as critically acclaimed film-maker Paul Thomas Anderson steps in for one live-action adaptation of the well-received 2009 novel with a stellar star-studded cast spearheaded by Joaquin Phoenix as Private Investigator Larry "Doc" Sportello.
Inherent Vice: First Look

Interstellar: New Trailer, Featurette & Posters

Thanks to the recent onslaught of marketing campaign for Christopher Nolan's Interstellar by Warner Bros. Pictures, we continued our coverage of the most anticipated film of 2014 as the opening date of the sci-fi drama draws ever closer.
Interstellar: New Trailer, Featurette & Posters

Gone Girl: Final Preview

Fresh off its critically lauded premiere at the opening night of the 52nd New York Film Festival, David Fincher's Gone Girl is set to hit theaters everywhere tomorrow. The Daily Zombies take a final look at the thriller drama.
Gone Girl: Final Preview

Tomorrowland: First Look

Finally, Disney has officially unveiled their heavy hitter of the studio, Tomorrowland, at the New York Comic-Con. The Daily Zombies takes a First Look at the second live-action directorial feature of Brad Bird.
Tomorrowland: First Look

Big Hero 6: NYCC Trailer & New Poster

We all knew Walt Disney Animation Studios' Big Hero 6 is going to be big. At the New York Comic-Con, we finally have a chance to appreciate the sheer magnitude of the much-anticipated animated film. Brace yourself to see just how BIG the first-ever Disney/Marvel collaboration is going to be with this "Sizzle Reel" released at NYCC.
Big Hero 6: NYCC Trailer & New Poster

Daredevil: First Look

At the New York Comic-Con, Netflix and Marvel Television unveiled the much-anticipated first glimpse at their upcoming 13-episode TV miniseries, Daredevil. The Daily Zombies takes a First Look at the show that will lead to a series of miniseries leading to The Defenders miniseries.
Daredevil: First Look

Secret Wars: First Look

So what happens when "Time Runs Out" next year? Apparently, multiverse warfare as unveiled by Marvel Comics at the New York Comic-Con. Marvel Zombies, brace yourself next Spring for the return of Secret Wars.
Secret Wars: First Look

Captain America 3: Civil War Announced

Marvel Zombies, brace yourself for Civil War on the big screen as Chris Evans' Steve Rogers / Captain America takes on Robert Downey Jr. to ignite the next big chapter of Marvel Cinematic Universe: Civil War.
Captain America 3: Civil War Announced

Captain America 3: Civil War Announced

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Marvel Zombies, brace yourself for Civil War on the big screen as Chris Evans' Steve Rogers / Captain America takes on Robert Downey Jr. to ignite the next big chapter of Marvel Cinematic Universe: Civil War. 

Are there any other ways to add even more excitement to the ever-prosperous Marvel Cinematic Universe? Apparently, in more ways than one, a very resounding yes. 

Last week, Robert Downey Jr. shocked fans when he first said "yes" to an Iron Man 4 film on The Ellen Show, then said "no" later that night on The Late Show with David Letterman. To quote Downey Jr. in his exact words:

“Just between us, no — but I’m going to do other stuff with Marvel. I’m still going to be involved with Marvel and there’s going to be plenty of other fun stuff.”

Thanks to this particular exquisite exclusive scoop by Variety, we now know what that"fun stuff' is all about. And it is indeed one hell of a fun stuff. According to the article, Captain America 3 will see the launch of the next big chapter of Marvel Cinematic Universe with Downey Jr. currently on the verge of signing on the project. So what's up with the two of the Big Three Avengers (Thor making up the trio, for the uninformed) in a film that is supposed to be a solo outing? The beginning of the Civil War in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

For the longtime comic readers or Marvel Zombies, the title needs no further explanation. But for the benefits of the non-comic readers, Civil Wars chronicles the implementation of the Superhuman Registration Act, a legislative bill that imposes the mandatory registration of any person based in the United States with super powers. The bill is designed have these superpowered characters under official regulation. Tony Stark became the pro-registration figurehead, along with the support of Mr. Fantastic, Henry Pym, and (earlier on) Spider-Man, while Captain America went underground to lead the anti-registration front with the support of Luke Cage, Hawkeye, and (later on) Spider-Man. The resulting "Civil War" ended tragically with catastrophic consequences (as far as comic books are concerned).

With this intriguing set-up that essentially put Tony Stark in an antagonist role, we can certainly understand why Downey Jr. considered this as "fun stuff" as he is free to explore another side of the character. 

Apparently the development of the plan has met with tremendous difficulties as Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige went through rounds of negotiations with Marvel COO, Ike Perlmutter, (incidentally the person purported to have decreed the earlier-rumored banning of creation of new characters for X-Men as well as cancellation of Fantastic Four) over Downey Jr.'s rising payout. Here's an excerpt on the process from the Variety article:

"Originally, Marvel wanted to hire Downey for a small role, which would have required just three weeks of work. But Downey wanted Stark to have a more substantial role in the film’s plot, which would give him more screen time and naturally a bigger payday. This angered Marvel Entertainment chief Ike Perlmutter, who ordered the screenwriters to write Iron Man out of the script entirely, according to sources with knowledge of the situation.

Even though the deal appeared dead, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige and Downey’s reps at CAA continued talks in hopes of working out their issues. Feige was bent on executing his grand vision for extending the life of the Marvel characters over many years.

The executive needed his boss to see the big picture, considering the introduction of the Civil War story is seen as a way to drive the plots of sequels and new franchises for the next seven years, given the dramatic possibilities it offers for future films. The fallout from the government and Stark’s actions would factor into a new “Avengers 4″ film and beyond that will assemble new characters being introduced like Ant-Man and Doctor Strange, among others, in their own movies.

Downey, who earned $50 million for “The Avengers” alone, will collect around $40 million plus backend participation for “Captain America 3,” said sources, and will get an additional payout if “Captain America 3″ outperforms “Captain America: The Winter Soldier’s” $714 million worldwide haul. Since the actor did not appear in the first two “Captain America” films, the thinking is that if the third installment surpasses the last movie, its success could be attributed to Downey."

 In a follow-up article by Badass Digest, it was suggested that the title of the third outing of Cap will be either Captain America: Civil War or Captain America: Fallen Son. The entire situation has also been further analysed with the following points supporting to that conclusion:

  • The fact that the scene where Scarlett Johansson's Natasha Romanoff, AKA Black Widow, testify in front of Congress in The Winter Soldier, was a late addition to the film. Obviously, the scene adds on to the demand of responsibility and accountability of the superheroes.
  • The fallout of Age of Ultron could potentially leave Stark in a more determined position to legitimize "superhero-ing" to prevent anyone repeating his error in creating Ultron.
  • With Cap 3 setting up as an Avengers 2.5, continuing the particular film series' tradition of reshaping the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Avengers 3 will open with a vulnerable Earth for Thanos to claim. That will lead us to Avengers 4, which is now rumored to be helmed by Cap 3 directors, the Russo Brothers. And yes, this one will likely involve the Guardians of the Galaxy, along with every other superheroes that have shown up by then (here's looking at you, Stephen Strange).
  • Speculated talks of Sony's collaboration with Marvel Studios for a Spider-Man appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe may well be resulting in this sweeping crossover that reaches every corner of the Marvel Universe (not the mutants or the fantastic, for obvious reasons). What better place for Spidey's participation and confirmation that Peter Parker lives in the Marvel (Cinematic) Universe.
  • And finally, the chance to off either Iron Man or Captain America in the conclusion so that Perlmutter can finally save the budget in his money-printing scheme. Funny how that sounded.

All of the above pointers are speculations, but one thing is for sure: The third outing of Captain America's adventures on the big screen will hit the theaters on May 6, 2016. 

Meanwhile, on a related note, following Marvel Comics' announcement of Secret Wars as the 2015 big crossover event at the NYCC, they will apparently be revisiting yet another "war" of their past. Yes, you guessed it. Civil War. For now, only an image was released for the project.

The humor element of this image of Iron Man and Captain America fighting over Spider-Man would have been enhanced by infinite times if we have Wolverine replacing Captain America. Anyway, based on the outfit of the characters, this could just be a revisit to the Civil War period not unlike the few times Marvel Comics revisited Age of Apocalypse. More importantly, this might as well could be a instrument to promote Captain America 3 with its Civil War treatment announced now.

Secret Wars: First Look

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So what happens when "Time Runs Out" next year? Apparently, multiverse warfare as unveiled by Marvel Comics at the New York Comic-Con. Marvel Zombies, brace yourself next Spring for the return of Secret Wars. 

Clear and simple, as Marvel Comics editor Tom Brevoort put it in an interview with USA Today: "When time runs out, Secret Wars is happening".

Since taking on the writing reins for The Avengers and New Avengers titles in 2012, it is obvious that writer Jonathan Hickman has an end game in play with key elements planted in Infinity and . Just last month, both titles were brought eight months into the future in a storyline known as "Time Runs Out". Exclusively unveiled by both USA Today and the NYCC panel, Brevoort confirms Marvel's big crossover event of 2015: Secret Wars.

Announced with only the information that the event will be written by Jonathan Hickman with art by Esad Ribic, and an absolutely gorgeous promotional image depicting heroes in battle by the one and only Alex Ross, Brevoort was coy about the storyline though the intriguing promotional image contained more than a few hints of what we can expect in the event. With no further ado, check out the image below (and do click on it to view it in its astonishing hi-res glory).

So there we have it: Classic Captain America taking on the new Captain America (Sam Wilson AKA Falcon), classic Iron Man against the new douchebag Superior Iron Man, classic Thor versus the new female Thor, and a whole bunch of oddly-assembled versions of superheroes from Squadron Supreme's Hyperion (the classic edition), the female Captain America known as the America Dream from Avengers Next, various versions of Jan van Dyne, AKA Wasp, and the Miles Morales Spider-Man. Conspicuously absent from the image are the X-Men and Spider-Man. Given their obligatory participation in all Marvel big crossover events, does their omission lend more weight to the recent story broken by writer Chris Claremont that Marvel has decreed that no new characters are to be created for the X-Men as they will be used by Fox in their mutant film franchises and that Fantastic Four comic book series will be cancelled next year with the triple-sized issue #645, Fantastic Fourever? If these news are indeed genuine, it is truly a sad day in comics. What an ironic fate that when comic book characters are getting popular via tentpole movies but their titles are either cancelled or getting cramped for their writings due to profit/film copyrights issues as such.

Anyway, apart from sharing its namesake with the classic 1984 crossover event, the 2015 Secret Wars will also be having a multi-platform release from Marvel as a full-blown branding assault (the original 1984 series was tied to a toyline from Mattel) with various consumer products. With Marvel already announcing several merchandising partners from toyline giant Hasbro, collectibles company Gentle Giant, trading card and games maker Upper Deck, bobblehead makers Funko, and retail chain Hot Topic, we can assuredly expect plenty merchandise under the branding (which also explains the return of classic version of the superheroes).

Secret Wars is currently scheduled to be released next Spring.

Daredevil: First Look

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At the New York Comic-Con, Netflix and Marvel Television unveiled the much-anticipated first glimpse at their upcoming 13-episode TV miniseries, Daredevil. The Daily Zombies takes a First Look at the show that will lead to a series of miniseries leading to The Defenders miniseries. 

Marvel Studios has been pretty much unstoppable when it comes to their box office-stomping capabilities, but their television wing, Marvel Television has been surprisingly struggling despite the best efforts of their cinematic counterparts. For now, no one can say for certain that the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will be making a third season return although we must add that it is too early to speculate that.

Which brings us to the bigger picture here: Marvel Television, in collaboration with ABC Studios (for the uninformed, that's the television wing of Disney, the parent company of Marvel), will be producing a series of four 13-episode miniseries leading to a big one that will be the culmination of the entire project. Does that sound kind of familiar for you? Well, taking more than a page from their cinematic counterpart, Marvel Television and ABC will be releasing the miniseries exclusively via the streaming device Netflix, which means that you can opt for a good ol' fashioned binge-watching marathon lasting 13 hours. So what are in stores ahead? First up, Daredevil, followed by Jessica Jones (that's the protagonist of the critically acclaimed comic book series, Alias, for the uninformed), Iron Fist, and Luke Cage. Yes, you are counting four so the big one will be The Defenders, which at this time sounded like an "Avengers-style" gathering of the street-level superheroes. All of the above have been old news since it was first announced last year. And it is only until now that we get to have our first glimpse at the launch of the initiative, Daredevil, arguably the most anticipated of the lot. 

At the recent New York Comic-Con (NYCC), Marvel Television took to the dedicated panel of the show to unveil the first images of the series while assembling the entire cast (with the exception of Rosario Dawson) at the panel of an intriguing discussion and some exclusive clips for those in attendance. Speak of the cast, Charlie Cox will be taking the lead of Matt Murdock, AKA The Man Without Fear, AKA Daredevil himself. Undoubtably making his ominous presence, Vincent D’Onofrio will be Wilson Fisk/Kingpin, an excellent casting since we are well aware of the terrifying air that D'Onofrio brings to his characters. Rounding up the cast are Deborah Ann Woll as Karen Page, Scott Glenn as Stick, Elden Henson as Foggy Nelson, Ayelet Zurer as Vanessa Marianna (that's Mrs. Fisk for the uninformed), Vondie Curtis Hall as Ben Urich (investigative journalist for, no, not The Daily Bugle, but The New York Bulletin for copyrights issues), Bob Gunton as Leland Owlsley (that's the supervillain , The Owl, for the uninformed) and Toby Leonard Moore (Wesley, the second-in-command for The Kingpin's outfit).

For now, let's have our first look at Charlie Cox's dual identities, Matt Murdock by day, and Daredevil by night.

And before the fanboys implode into outcries, Marvel Television has make it a point in their official press release following the NYCC panel that the costume is based on the original image by Romita, Jr.'s work on Frank Miller's Daredevil: Man Without Fear (image below for your reference). 

Does this means that similar to the comic book series, the costume will be undergoing radical changes and before we move to the classic red devil outfit, we will get to have a glimpse at the incredibly dorky brown-and-yellow get-up? We can't say for sure for now but one big question lingering above our collective undead heads is the setting of the show. Earlier reports have showrunner Steven S. DeKnight (creator of the Starz series, Spartacus) speaking freely about the 1970s feel of crime-ridden Hell's Kitchen:

“We’re going for a very gritty, 1970s New York feel for the ['Daredevil'] show. We love the idea of beauty in the decay of the city, and Hell’s Kitchen being a place that is both horrible and beautiful at the same time. That’s why Matt Murdock loves it so much and wants to protect it.”

But a good look at Matt Murdock's suave attorney outfit doesn't exactly translate into a 1970s vibe. Or is it a man's classic that is timeless? Well, only time will tell and the fact is we are already intrigued. For now, check out the concept art poster of the show conjured by none other than Joe Quesada himself, followed by some images taken during the NYCC panel.

Charlie Cox and Vincent D’Onofrio.

More images of Vincent D’Onofrio.

The official logo unveiled for the show. In short, classic Daredevil.

Here’s the official synopsis for the series:

"Marvel's Daredevil" follows the journey of Matt Murdock, who was blinded as a young boy but imbued with extraordinary senses, now fighting against injustice by day as a lawyer, and by night as the super hero Daredevil in modern day Hell's Kitchen, New York City.

Marvel's first original series on Netflix is Executive Produced by series Showrunner Steven S. DeKnight ("Spartacus," "Buffy: The Vampire Slayer," "Angel") and Drew Goddard ("Cabin in the Woods," "Lost," "Buffy The Vampire Slayer," in addition to writing the first two episodes of "Marvel's Daredevil"), along with Marvel TV's Jeph Loeb ("Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," "Smallville," "Heroes").

"Marvel's Daredevil" is produced by Marvel Television in association with ABC Studios for Netflix.

Starring Charlie Cox, Deborah Ann Woll, Elden Henson, and Vincent D’Onofrio, Ayelet Zurer, Vondie Curtis Hall, Bob Gunton and Toby Leonard Moore, all episodes of Daredevil are expected to premiere in May 2015. 

Big Hero 6: NYCC Trailer & New Poster

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We all knew Walt Disney Animation Studios' Big Hero 6 is going to be big. At the New York Comic-Con, we finally have a chance to appreciate the sheer magnitude of the much-anticipated animated film. Brace yourself to see just how BIG the first-ever Disney/Marvel collaboration is going to be with this "Sizzle Reel" released at NYCC. 

We last covered Big Hero 6, the first-ever Disney/Marvel collaboration from Walt Disney Animation Studios with a good mixture of cool new clips and a well-edited trailer for the film as the marketing engines of Walt Disney worked overtime to hype up the film with the release date less than a month away. 

At the New York Comic-Con (NYCC), we understand that the much-animated film will be making its presence with a major panel. And it certainly did make a BIG presence with an astonishing "Sizzle Reel". As explained by co-director Don Hall at the panel, "We all felt like it would be great for us to take Big Hero 6 and really make it our own, create our own unique world.  And just like the movie is a mash-up of Disney and Marvel, we wanted to do a mash-up of Eastern and Western culture, and we chose a city called San Fransokyo". In the sizzle reel, we finally get a sense of the sheer magnitude of the immersive city serving as a pseudo Land of the Rising Sun with Western sentiments. 

With no further ado, check out the awesome trailer for some robot-pounding action as the superhero team assemble in our first real look at the team of Big Hero 6 right below. 

Following the launch of their official website, the talented folks from the Poster Posse have announced an official collaboration with Walt Disney Animation Studio for Big Hero 6. First unveiled at the NYCC, artist and Poster Posse member Kaz Oomori gives us his take on the animation. 
And here's a postcard from San Fransokyo.

Here’s the official synopsis for the film:

From Walt Disney Animation Studios comes “Big Hero 6,” an action comedy adventure about brilliant robotics prodigy Hiro Hamada, who finds himself in the grips of a criminal plot that threatens to destroy the fast-paced, high-tech city of San Fransokyo. With the help of his closest companion—a robot named Baymax—Hiro joins forces with a reluctant team of first-time crime fighters on a mission to save their city. Inspired by the Marvel comics of the same name, and featuring comic-book style action and all the heart and humor audiences expect from Walt Disney Animation Studios, the CG-animated “Big Hero 6” hits theaters in 3D on November 7, 2014.

Tomorrowland: First Look

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Finally, Disney has officially unveiled their heavy hitter of the studio, Tomorrowland, at the New York Comic-Con. The Daily Zombies takes a First Look at the second live-action directorial feature of Brad Bird

There is no doubt that 2015 is going to be a huge year in cinema with the releases of insanely anticipated films the likes of the culmination of Marvel Studios' Phase Two, Avengers: Age of Ultron and the sequel that needs no further introduction, Star Wars Episode VII. Amazingly, both films are from Disney, a point that somehow made some speculators overlooked the existence of yet another major tentpole film from Walt Disney Studio. And we are of course talking about Tomorrowland, the second live-action directorial feature of Brad Bird, the incredibly talented film-maker who brought us The Incredibles, and Mission Impossible - Ghost Protocol.At the recent New York Comic-Con (NYCC), Walt Disney Studio finally decided unveiled the film that has previously been given a highly classified treatment. 

First revealed in an image tweeted by Bird, the film was for a time only known as 1952 thanks to the cardboard box in the image labelled "1952". In the box, we saw purportedly uncovered archived items like documents, photographs, vinyl record, and books surrounding sci-fi related subjects with Walt Disney himself featured.

Based on the futuristic themed land at the five Disney Land theme parks around the world, it is very likely that the film is getting the Pirates of the Carribean treatment to rejuvenate Tomorrowland with the level of talents involved. Apart from Bird,  the film is co-written by both Bird and Damon Lindelof with a cast lead by George Clooney, Hugh Laurie, Britt Robertson, and Judy Greer.

At the NYCC, Walt Disney Studio went ahead with a panel for the film. And with the unexpected arrival of George Clooney, who took on the role of Frank Walker, the protagonist of the film, a teaser trailer was unveiled. Check out the amazing trailer right below. 

An extended clip was screened at the panel and the initial response has generated positive vibe thus far.  We will wait till that extended clip hit the internet for now.

Courtesy of Entertainment Weekly, here are some recently-released official images from the film.

The first poster for the film.

Here’s the official synopsis for the film:

Bound by a shared destiny, a bright, optimistic teen bursting with scientific curiosity and a former boy-genius inventor jaded by disillusionment embark on a danger-filled mission to unearth the secrets of an enigmatic place somewhere in time and space that exists in their collective memory as “Tomorrowland.”

Starring George Clooney, Britt Robertson, Hugh Laurie, Tim McGraw, and Kathryn Hahn, Tomorrowland is set to be released on 22nd May 2015.

Mad Max 2 by Candykiller

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Continuing his graphic odyssey in providing his unique take on classic sci-fi films, Scotland-based artist "Candykiller", AKA Brian Taylor, sets his eye on Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior. 

Here at The Daily Zombies, we have frequently checked out Candykiller (AKA Brian Taylor)'s graphic odyssey to cover classic sci-fi films. With Scotland-based artist' signature style of injecting intricate details via the vibrant color palette, the end result in his sci-fi series has often been exhilarating (just so you get the point, check out his incredible homage to the trilogy of films by celebrated British film-maker Sir Ridley Scott).

With his latest piece, Candykiller took on the seminal post-apocalyptic classic film, Mad Max 2 (AKA The Road Warrior). As always, the result is bliss. 

Head over to here to purchase the awesome print and hit the jump to check out this cool take on Mad Max 2.

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Twin Peaks Returns on Showtime in 2016 - Undead Monday

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"I’ll see you again in 25 years."

And Laura Palmer is certainly keeping her promises. 

What an Undead Monday with David Lynch and Mark Frost announcing the return of cult TV series Twin Peaks on Showtime in 2016. 

Yes, it is real. The third season of Twin Peaks, one of the most beloved and some say the creepiest show on television ever after almost a quarter century (it will certainly be by the time the Season Three air on Showtime in early 2006) since the Season Two finale, Episode 29, AKA Beyond Life and Death, aired on ABC in June 1991. Once in a while, some announcements just send the chills into you in a good way. And what better way to describe this particular announcement on this Undead Monday.

Ramblings of continuation of cult classic TV series, Twin Peaks, have been ongoing for a while especially after the recent release of Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery collecting the entire series and the feature film, Twin Peaks: Fire Walks With Me. Today, series creators David Lynch and Mark Frost took to their Twitter accounts to officially announced the continuation on Showtime in 2016 with an announcement teaser featuring none other than Laura Palmer and her promise. Oh, for the uninformed or those who have forgotten about the reference.

"I’ll see you again in 25 years."

Indeed. With no further ado, check out the spine-tingling announcement teaser right below.

And here's the official press release from Showtime:

The groundbreaking television phenomenon, Golden Globe® and Peabody Award-winner TWIN PEAKS will return as a new limited series on SHOWTIME in 2016. Series creators and executive producers David Lynch and Mark Frost will write and produce all nine episodes of the limited series, and Lynch will direct every episode. Set in the present day, TWIN PEAKS will continue the lore of the original series, providing long-awaited answers and a satisfying conclusion for the series’ passionate fan base.

The key takeaway here is the fact that this will not be a remake or reboot. Picking 25 years after the original run, the show will enter production in 2015 and will feature both old and new faces. For more intriguing news, head over to TV Line for this revealing interview with Mark Frost.

Interstellar: New Trailer, Featurette & Posters

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Thanks to the recent onslaught of marketing campaign for Christopher Nolan's Interstellar by Warner Bros. Pictures, we continued our coverage of the most anticipated film of 2014 as the opening date of the sci-fi drama draws ever closer

“This is the grandest adventure I think any of us will ever see on film … This is the biggest film I’ve ever been a part of.  This is one of the biggest films anyone’s ever been a part of.”

Now that's one hell of a description for a film particularly at this time and age as we witnessed the beginning of production of Star War Episode VII while awaiting the first-ever meeting of World's Finest (that's Superman and Batman for the uninformed) on the big screen and the sequel to Marvel Studios' box-office smashing The Avengers is just right the corner next year. But considering the fact that the above mentioned quote is cited from none other than Matthew McConaughey in an interview with Empire Magazine, who have incidentally had the best career year in 2014, we can't help but agree especially when the film is Christopher Nolan's Interstellar, a film that we have already declared as the most anticipated film of the year. 

Recently, it has been announced that Interstellar will make its premiere on 5th November in North America in 70 mm and 35 mm film formats in approximately 240 theaters, including at least 41 70 mm IMAX theaters. Once again reiterating Nolan's advocacy of film as opposed to digital, it is however a shame that most theaters everywhere have converted to digital. Nevertheless, there is no doubt that Interstellar should be witnessed in full IMAX glory to do justice to the incredible visuals that we have seen thus far. For a full listing of all of the theaters that are projecting the film in 70mm IMAX, 70mm, 35mm, digital IMAX, 4K digital, and digital, you can check out the official Interstellar site.  

With Interstellar a mere month away from its premiere, the marketing department of Warner Bros. Pictures is firing on all cylinder in its promotional campaign with a brand new trailer, a series of posters, and TV spots released in recent weeks. 

With no further ado, check out the equally poignant new trailer right below.

In this recently-released featurette, Nolan and theoretical physicist Kip Thorne, who is incidentally also the executive producer of the film, discussed on the development of Thorne's theories of black holes visually.

And here's a wave of recently-released official posters for the film.

The film recently graced the cover of the latest issue of Empire Magazine. Here are both covers, regular and subscribed.

Official images courtesy of the same issue of Empire Magazine.

Here's the official synopsis of the film: 

With our time on Earth coming to an end, a team of explorers undertakes the most important mission in human history; traveling beyond this galaxy to discover whether mankind has a future among the stars.

Interstellar is currently scheduled to have a limited release in North America on 5th November and a wide release on 7th November 2014. For the limited release in North America, it will be released in 70 mm and 35 mm film formats in approximately 240 theaters, including at least 41 70 mm IMAX theaters. 

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Big Hero 6: NYCC Trailer & New Poster

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