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By now, you should have watched the first amazing teaser trailer for Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens and read our in-depth breakdown, but after the jump, you'll find over 45 hi-res screengrabs from the teaser which give us an even better look at all the best scenes...
The officially released Star Wars: The Force Awakens although short, tells us a lot about the upcoming sequel. So why not hit the jump for a look at five things you maybe missed from the latest and potentially biggest entry in the series.
Hugo Weaving portrayed Cap's most iconic villain, the Red Skull, in Captain America: The First Avenger, but didn't appear in its sequel. His absence left the future of the Red Skull in limbo, but with Civil War on the horizon, could we see Weaving return? Come see what he has to say!
Daniel Acuna's variant for Jason Aaron and John Cassaday's Star Wars #1 sees Boba Fett and Han Solo recreate the iconic cover of Amazing Spider-Man #129 (which featured The Punisher taking aim at Spidey). This time however, it's Han who's in the crosshairs. Check it out!
Concept artist Andy Park (who has worked on everything from Avengers: Age of Ultron to Ant-Man) has shared a new piece of concept art from the final battle between the Guardians and Ronan the Accuser in Guardians of the Galaxy. Hit the jump to check it out...
Here's a good “did you know” to bring up at your next Christmas party: Tim Burton's 1992 film Batman Returns almost featured a store stocked wall-to-wall with Batman merchandise. Hit the jump to check out behind-the-scenes images of the unused set.
So, you've seen the amazing first teaser trailer for Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens by now, right? Here, we take an in-depth look at the teaser, specifically at five of the biggest moments and what they might mean for the movie based on past spoilers and leaked concept art...
Come see a new video featuring the visual effects created by Rising Sun Pictures for the memorable 'Quicksilver' (Evan Peters) scene in 20th Century Fox's X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Have you recovered from the teaser trailer debut earlier on? If so, take a look at a few new stills that have been released by Disney. 3 are basically just high quality screen caps, but there's a new shot of Daisy Ridley's character just before she blasts off on her vehicle.
This 25-minute special on the making of Tim Burton's Batman (1989) is apparently still unavailable on any home release versions of the film, and features interviews with the likes of Burton, Michael Keaton, Kim Basinger, and Bob Kane. If you're all Star Wars'd out, take a look..