Entertainment Weekly has let loose 15 new covers ahead of the April release for Avengers: Infinity War and you can see a lot of amazing details on our favorite heroes new suits of armor. Of them, the most surprising is Iron Man's new look in the Bleeding Edge armor. You can take a look at the massive amount of heroes assembled from Marvel films throughout the years as well as an interview with Robert Downey Jr on the EW website here. Avengers: Infinity War debuts April 27th, 2018.
Today is a morning full of announcements! On the official Japanese Twitter account for Monster Hunter World, an announcement was made for an upcoming broadcast on the 14th of this month. It will most likely concern the new addition of Deviljho and possibly some other surprises in what Capcom has already titled the "Free Title Update." You can take a look at that announcement trailer below and get ready for some more Monster Hunting action.
It looks like we are getting a new Nintendo Direct this week and rumor has it that it might be a big one. Nintendo has been relatively quite going into 2018 but we are just four days from the one year anniversary of the wildly successful Switch launch, so it makes sense that Nintendo is going to focus on the handheld console hybrid. There have been a number of titles confirmed for Nintendo with no updates thus far including a main series Pokemon title. This would also make sense because I am more than sure Nintendo will have another impressive booth at this years E3 event, taking place in LA in June. Looks like we will just have to wait one more day to find out whats in store but get excited for some fun news and announcements for Nintendo.
It was no secret that the month of May was jam packed full of major studio releases, with Avenger: Infinity War, Deadpoool 2, and Solo all releasing within a matter of weeks of one another but it looks like Disney has made the right move with the latest Marvel film. It was announced today that the new release date for Infinity Wars has been moved up to April 27th, giving it one more full week for a box office run. This makes sense as Sueprhero films are also famously known to drop heavily in the following weeks after opening weekend (with exception of the historic box office run Black Panther is enjoying right now). All in all, the move if great, not just for the studio but for fans as well who are dying to see what might be the most dramatic and action packed Marvel film yet. So now we are just a little over 7 weeks away until what will be another of 2018's biggest releases. Are you excited for this move?
Can't wait for Deadpool 2? Well there's a brand new trailer to hold you over until it's 5/18 release date! Also, keep an eye out for some surprising new faces as well as a lot of jokes and some major DC shade.
It's almost insane to think about the amount of comic book films we have coming in the next few months but Sony's horror flick is getting it's rightful debut this October. Take a look at the first official poster for Venom starring Tom Hardy and be ready for the first official trailer debut to hit the internet tomorrow.
Cloverfield went from a fantastic found footage film to having an amazing surprise sequel back in 2016 and now we have another complete shock on our hands. During the Super Bowl, a teaser was dropped for a Netflix film that will supposedly fill in why these aliens have appeared in the first place and I have to hand it to J.J. Abrams for his creativity. Take a look at the trailer below and get ready for the film to drop on the streaming service right after the Super Bowl ends.
After an extremely long wait and a highly controversial behind the scenes drama, it looks like we finally got to see the first teaser for the upcoming Solo: A Star Wars story at tonight's super bowl. Take a look at the younger version of some iconic characters as well as a few easter eggs and get excited for this film to debut May 25th. (The full trailer is set to drop tomorrow).
Out of the many Disney releases slated or 2018, one that's flying just under the radar has finally given us a first glimpse at our suited up heroes. Antman and the Wasp, Marvel's July blockbuster, will see both Scott and Hope side by side this time in their respective costumes. The first film directed by Peyton Reed in 2015 served as both an origin story for both characters, with the last appearance of Antman in Captain America: Civil War and since we've known for a long time that both characters were going to appear in the Inifity War, it will be interesting to see who they're up against. The first film was also one of the funniest Marvel has done thus far and I have no doubt in my mind the sequel will be packed with just as many actions and laughs. You can read here to learn a bit more about the film and get excited for it's release July 6th, 2018.
Let's break this down. Deadpool 2 has now been moved up from it's release date of June 1st to May 18th, which generally wouldn't be a bad thing if the R-rated comic film wasn't between Avengers 4 May 3rd release and Disney's Han Solo, scheduled to be released May 25th. While comic book films are known for having massive box office drops in their second week, this many big blockbuster films is bound to step on each others feet. On the other hand, the budget for Deadpool's sequel was said to not be "astronomically larger" than the first, meaning that even with their box office run cut at the ankles, they will probably still turn a nice profit. With all of this comes the news now that the Han Solo movie's release date could change, which might be ok considering we are due for our first teaser trailer (allegedly) this coming Monday. As for Channing Tatum's long time plagued Gambit solo film, not only has it lost it's director in Gore Verbinski but it was also pushed back to 2019. (Note: Verbinski is the third director to leave the film following both Doug Liman and Rupert Wyatt). The teen horror film New Mutants has moved from April to February 22nd of 2019, which is insane considering the film appeared to be done and would likely move into promotion phase soon. The other flip side is that Deadpool's release before Memorial Day weekend will likely result in a pretty nice box office run even if only for a few weeks before the release of other summer blockbusters like the Jurassic World sequel.