Most-Read TV/Film Stories April 2013
Disney have officially announced that Finding Dory will be in cinemas come 25 November 2015.
As it happens, the introduction of Amelia Pond was not contingent on the arrival of the Eleventh Doctor. Speaking to Doctor Who Magazine, Steven Moffat has explained what his basic story arc for series five would have been if David Tennant stayed on and Matt Smith not been recruited.
One of the hand drawn animators still on the books at Disney is the superb Eric Goldberg. I’m surprised – and delighted – to find out that he created some hand drawn tests for Wreck-It Ralph – even though you’d probably think it was a pretty obvious candidate for CG animation right from the beginning.
Here’s more concept art and on-set images from Phase 2, plus a couple of frames from a Captain America: The Winter Soldier pre-vis section.
The world premiere of Star Trek Into Darkness is happening in Australia on April 23rd. Just so you know, it is already April 23rd in Australia and it has been for a few hours.
Most-Read Comic Stories April 2013
Apple is banning tomorrow’s SAGA #12 from being sold through any iOS apps. This is a drag, especially because our book has featured what I would consider much more graphic imagery in the past, but there you go.
Here we go folks. The covers to Justice League #22, Justice League Dark #22 and Justice League Of America #6 for July as a composite cover, which appears to be kicking off The Trinity War. Which we’ve been waiting for almost as long as Age Of Ultron..
It appears that the ever-shifting Supergirl creative team have taken the “WTF” label for Supergirl #19 a little too literally.
You might have thought this moment may have been saved for her own title, World’s Finest… but in Supergirl #19, a certain Power Girl gets her long promised new costume.
You’ll know more on Monday. We already ran the composite cover of Justice League Of America, Justice League and Justice League Dark that kicks off the Trinity War in the New DCU.