Dec
05
2018

Phase Two Of The Great Marvel Fan-Madness to break out this weekend.

[Geek Tyrant] puts it succinctly enough: “Multiple sources confirmed that the trailer was supposed to drop today, but I found out this morning that the trailer has been pushed to Friday, December 7th. …It’s also being reported by Collider that the first trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home will drop this Saturday, December 8th during the Sony Panel at Comic-Con Experience in São Paulo, Brazil, and it will then make its way online shortly after.”  The reason for this?  GHWB’s lying-in-state — and there are any number of people who are doubly grinding their teeth over that, let me tell you*.

Honestly, it’ll probably work out.  It gives Captain Marvel a little more time to increase its hype (not that it needs any**), while giving the old one-two punch on Friday and Saturday (not that either Avengers 4 or Spider-Man: Far From Home need it, either***).  Tell you something, though: if you’re tired of superheroes, there is no respite in sight for you for the next six months.  Two Spider-Man flicks, 2 MCU flicks, Aquaman, Shazam!, Bumblebee****; I’m sure I’m missing a few, at that.  It’s gonna be weird when this trend is over, hey?

Moe Lane

*Now, some might very well say that I am taking no little enjoyment over watching those people doubly grind their teeth — but I couldn’t possibly comment.

**It’s gonna be a monster of a movie.  Not least because we haven’t heard either jack or [expletive deleted] about any problems on the set.

***Even if Captain Marvel bombs, Avengers 4 will not.  If Avengers 4 bombs anyway, Spider-Man 2 (for a given value of ‘2’) might, but even then it’ll probably just have disappoint numbers and the next one will bomb.

****THIS IS MY SITE, AND I SAY THAT AUTOBOTS ARE SUPERHEROES.

2 Comments »

  • Luke says:

    Fine.
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    But Bumblebee is still a VW Bug who talks too much.

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    Captain Marvel is almost certainly going to suck. She’s quite possibly the least interesting superhero in comics history. Multiple Man manages to be many times as interesting, and I’m hard-pressed to remember anything about him.
    Worse, she’s a cosmic-level character. As if Hawkeye and Captain America weren’t already outclassed enough, they’re now going to be in the shadow of a Superman without the tragic backstory or idealism.

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