This week TWP team discuss SDCC's big announcements including all things Ant-man, Guardians Of The Galaxy 2 and The Avengers: AOU. Plus the leaked Batman V Superman trailer, Godzilla, Warcraft and more! Plus we review Hercules, hit the jump to support the show!
DC Comics have unveiled each and every single one of the 3D lenticular cover for this September's Futures End event, and you can see each and every single one of them (in gif form) right here! It appears as if some serious changes are in store for Batman and the rest of the Justice League this Fall...
HBO has announced that the fourth season of their superb fantasy drama series is now available for pre-order. Check out the official press release which contains a list of special features etc, as well as the box art and details on how you can place your order.
Reilly -- who plays Nova Corps officer Rhomann Dey in James Gunn's Guardians Of The Galaxy -- appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman last night, and brought a clip with him that you will definitely not see in theatres when you go check out the Marvel movie.
Walt Disney Pictures have released a second television spot for their upcoming animated superhero film, Big Hero 6. The film is inspired by a Marvel Comics' property.
There's a gruesome scene from the book, Peter stabs Edward in the eye with a butter knife. Director Neil Burger shot the scene for Divergent, but it didn't make the final cut.
An intriguing new photo has surfaced online which is supposedly one of Ultron's drones from Joss Whedon's upcoming epic, Avengers: Age of Ultron. Hit the jump to check it out.
If you thought director Zack Snyder was gonna shy away from more Metropolis destruction after the events in Man of Steel, you were wrong. Hit the jump to check out some Metropolis vehicles beat to hell on the set of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Legendary had one of the biggest surprises this weekend at Comic-Con when they announced a new King Kong movie, Skull Island, with a quick teaser trailer. According to Deadline they also have made an offer to Joe Cornish ("Attack The Block") to direct it.
Many fans of Channing Tatum ("22 Jump Street") and Mila Kunis ("Ted") were heartbroken when Warner Bros. announced Jupiter Ascending was pushed back from July of 2014 to February of 2015. Here's a description of footage that was shown as Comic-Con.