We’re all psyched for The Lego Batman Movie. It’s Lego, it’s Batman, and the trailers have been wonderful. At CinemaCon 2016, Warner Bros. showed a nice long clip from the film, and it centered on the genius way Robin is introduced to this world.
Not content to give us just one teaser trailer, The Lego Batman Movie has graced us with a second one in a week, this time featuring Alfred confronting Batman as he talks to the giant portraits of his dead parents.
Love it or hate it, the most recent Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie was a huge hit and, next summer, the sequel is coming. It’s called Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows and the first trailer is here.
Cue up the Bat-metal! Will Arnett will be reprising his role as the self-important Batman from The LEGO Movie for his very own plastic adventure. And the script is being penned by the author of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter.
The LEGO Movie continues to look like ridiculous amounts of minifig-themed fun. And Will Arnett's Batman is a big part of the joy.
Fantasy team-up of the century! The more we hear about Warner Bros' strange LEGO movie, the more excited we get. And now that the studio is dumping a ton of their trademarked properties into the picture and casting folks like Will Arnett to voice Batman? We're losing it.
If you've seen a trailer for the new spy-fi, super intelligent, talking Guinea Pig movie, G-Force, you've pretty much seen the entire film in the space of two minutes. Imagine that pain spread out over 90 minutes. Spoilers below.
The old K.I.T.T. is apparently dead in the new Knight Rider television movie. He'll be seen in glimpses by keen-eyed viewers, and referred to by the characters, but his motherboard is buried in the guts of the new K.I.T.T. That means he's inside an entirely new body, which serves as a sort of morbid living, driving…
Is it super-lame once you see it in motion, or did that sentient A.I core in the heart of the car accidentally activate a suck circuit? If you want people to get excited about an upcoming show about a supercar, you'd better damn well show us the car. Now, we could understand the secrecy if no one had any idea what…