Archive for February 5, 2018
Confirmed: Taika Waititi made Thor: Ragnarok for the Twitter followers. pic.twitter.com/D3i6EkTUz2— io9 (@io9) February 5, 2018
Taika Waititi has delivered a very funny introduction to the home release of Thor: Ragnarok, which details why he made the film, among other things. This is just one of the many special features accompanying the release.
There is a lot to love about Thor: Ragnarok – just to name a few things: the performances, offbeat humor and the Waititi-ness of it all. But the greatest of these is Waititi, the Kiwi filmmaker that the rest of the world has come to know and love. His oddball humor was the perfect balm for Marvel fans who felt stung by the previous mediocre Thor films, and it added just the right amount of zing to elevate Ragnarok over the previous films. For those who have yet to see ...
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A new teaser trailer for Syfy’s Krypton shifts the focus from the House of El and the legacy of Superman to the history of General Zod, one of the Man of Steel’s greatest enemies. The trailer introduces viewers to the notorious Kryptonian family with the line, “Kneel before the House of Zod.”
Developed by David S. Goyer and Damien Kindler, Krypton explores life on Superman’s home planet, two generations before its destruction. The series centers on Seg-El (Cameron Cuffe), Superman’s grandfather. Seg-El must fight to redeem the honor of the House of El, after the family name was ostracized and shamed. Krypton is already a world in chaos when Seg-El meets a time-traveling human named Adam Strange (Shaun Sipos) who informs him of a conspiracy to prevent the birth of his grandson. Seg-El is shocked to discover that his grandson will ...
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