Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Scream Awards Footage: Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Ghost Rider: The Spirit of Vengeance

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Captain America Blu-Ray Featurette

Special Features:

Feature film with commentary by director Joe Johnston, director of photography -Shelly Johnson and editor Jeff Ford

Marvel One-Shot: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Thor's Hammer

Outfitting a Hero featurette

Howling Commandos featurette

Heightened Technology featurette

The Transformation featurette

Behind the Skull featurette

Captain America Origins featurette

The Assembly Begins featurette

Deleted Scenes with commentary by director Joe Johnston, director of photography -Shelly Johnson and editor Jeff Ford


Digital Copy

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

An Inhumans Movie In Our Midst?

The Inhumans are a fictional race of superhumans, created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. This race appears in various comic book series published by Marvel Comics and exists in that company's shared universe, known as the Marvel Universe.

The comic book series of this name have usually focused more specifically on the adventures of the Inhuman Royal Family, and many people associate the name "Inhumans" with this particular team of super-powered beings. (However, recent series have looked at the "new generation" of the Inhuman society.)

The Inhumans first appeared in Fantastic Four #45 (December 1965), though members Medusa and Gorgon appeared in earlier issues of that series (#36 and #44, respectively). Their home, the city of Attilan, was first mentioned years earlier, in a "Tuk the Caveboy" story written and drawn by Jack Kirby that appeared in Captain America Comics #1 (March 1941). The city was described as the home of a race that was evolutionarily advanced when human beings were still in the caveman era.

Saturday, October 1, 2011

Now we know that the Dark Knight's freshman year is coming to DVD on October 18th.

So after Producer Bruce Timm's assurances that it'll be faithful to the Miller/Mazzucchelli work that inspired it, after the recent, brief, almost teaser-y trailer, we finally have a release date for the animated version of Batman: Year One.

Besides the digital copy, it doesn't sound like there will be a huge difference between the DVD and Blu-Ray versions of the movie. WB Animation has also released the specs on the disc release of the movie which you can find below:

•Feature film

•Sneak Peek at Justice League: Doom, the next DC Universe Animated Original Movie

•DC Showcase Animated Original Short – “Catwoman”: This all-new entry to the growing canon of DC Universe animated shorts features the first first solo tale centered around Catwoman. The felonious feline’s adventure takes her through the seedy streets of Gotham City. Catwoman is voiced by Eliza Dushku (Dollhouse, Tru Calling).

•Featurette –“Heart of Vengeance: Returning Batman to His Roots”: “The Dark Knight Returns” provided the denouement of Batman's life. Frank Miller's next seminal work would provide his near-mythic origin in “Batman: Year One.” This documentary uncovers the contemporary genius of Miller and the audience that was poised to appreciate the depths of his work.

•Featurette –“Conversations with DC Comics”: The Batman creative team at DC Entertainment discusses the personal influence of “Batman: Year One” on their careers. Batman producer Michael Uslan leads the chat amongst well-known writers, editors and artists of the Batman lore, focusing their dialogue on the darker, realistic interpretation of Batman’s origins by Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli

•Audio Commentary with Alan Burnett, Sam Liu, Mike Carlin and Andrea Romano

•“Batman: Year One, Chapter 1” Digital Comic Book

•Two bonus episodes from “Batman: The Animated Series,” handpicked by Bruce Timm

•Standard and high definition versions of the feature film

•Digital copy on disc of the feature film compatible with iTunes and Windows

Here's the official synopsis:

Batman: Year One is based on the landmark 1987 DC Comics titles from 12-time Eisner Award winner Frank Miller and illustrator David Mazzucchelli. The film depicts young Bruce Wayne’s return to Gotham City in his first attempts to fight injustice as a costumed vigilante. The playboy billionaire chooses the guise of a giant bat to combat crime, creates an early bond with a young Lieutenant James Gordon (who is already battling corruption from inside the police department), inadvertently plays a role in the birth of Catwoman, and helps to bring down a crooked political system that infests Gotham.

Batman: Year One will be on DVD, Blu-Ray and VOD on October 18th.