This teaser isn’t desperately different to the last one but the BBC have announced plenty of other info on the side, most importantly perhaps that the show will return on August 23rd. The first episode of Doctor Who series 8 …
Is this the first use of 3D printing in a mainstream, studio sci-fi film? It won’t be the last.
Let’s just pretend I haven’t been sitting heer, hitting refresh, waiting for this to appear.
There’s quite a lot of new footage here (well, fifteen seconds or so) and it all looks rather interesting.
Everything is right. The lines, the textures, the music, the voice, Snoopy’s laugh, and the stylised animation.
The first series of Orphan Black twisted and contorted, surprised and confounded. I don’t think the second series could possibly advance down such a winding road.
Going shot-by-shot through the first teaser and putting it all together again.
They’re teasing us, not least by hiding the Racoon. Still… it’s good stuff.
Richard Aoyade’s adaptation of The Double by Fyodor Dostoyevsky seems to also be deriving a lot from Terry Gilliam’s Brazil.
Like the first film, it’s going to be made by Timo Vuorensola on the cheap – which is great, and to be encouraged.
It looks like there’s going to be an attack near the Gherkin in the new series of 24.
An animated spin-off from one of the most successful German films of all time.
Planes was clearly pitched at a younger audience than many animated films – as ridiculous as that might sound – but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t well crafted stuff.
First of all, let’s flashback to the pre-release publicity for Return of the Jedi. Here’s a teaser trailer for the film, from before the title switch.
This feels so fresh and is so brilliantly emotive that I simply can’t wait to see what else the movie will have to surprise us with.
There’s some running, some exploding, some Natasha Romanoff and a whole lot of Steve Rogers all crammed into about ten seconds of footage.