Fearing the all too often trailer leaks the internet is known for these days, Disney/Marvel came up with a secret plan to debut their first teaser of the upcoming Marvel's Captain America: Civil War on Jimmy Kimmel this Tuesday night with help from Captain America (Chris Evans) and Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.). And damn was it incredible.
Yesterday the second trailer for Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy dropped after days of mini teasers and screenshots had been hitting the web. If the fans of the comic series weren't sold after that first trailer they are now.
They are the 'Touchdown Teasers', the 'Pigskin Previews', the 'Super Sunday Sneak Peaks', the 'Championship Coming Attractions' (I ran out of good alliterations on that last one).
San Diego Comic Con might be done for another summer but that doesn't mean the geeking out has to end also. Oh no true believers, the geeking out is far from over. Today citizens of Midgard were graced with the first full new trailer for Thor: The Dark World, and all the nine realms rejoiced.
It's that time of the year again sports fans movie fans: Super Teaser Sunday. That's right film junkies, the one day of the year when studios pay upwards of 4 million dollars to air a teaser trailer on network television... and then give it away for free on YouTube the following commercial break.
After an interstellar team building vacation in New York this past summer the armoured Avenger is making his way back to the west coast for his third solo feature film. Yes Marvel and movie fans alike your favourite Shellhead is returning to the big screen yet again. The Golden Avenger is... okay enough with the fanboy nicknames.
When he isn't escorting the Queen to the Olympic Ceremonies, 007 is coming back from the dead to kick some world-dominating-villain ass.
One week removed from director Zack Snyder's advanced teaser at San Diego's 2012 Comic Con (the mecca for comic book fans and geeks alike), Warner Bros Studios officially release the first teaser trailer for next summer's Man of Steel to the masses.
When his newest, Django Unchained hits theaters this Christmas, it will have been three years since the words "Written and Directed by Quentin Tarantino" graced cinema screens. Each one of his films is so unique; spanning so many genres- that every new film's release becomes an event.
I've been waiting four long years to hear that iconic MGM lion let out another fierce roar. Four long years to see martinis drank as villains monologue their plans for world domination. Four long years to see Britain's top secret agent renew his license to kill.