Comic-Con Cosplay Could Turn Into Hollywood Costuming Career

13 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Comic-Con trailer roundup: Star Wars, Superman, and a whole lot of zombies.

One of the most intriguing things about this featurette is how little new footage it shows — even the opening slates are taken from shots that were in last year’s teaser trailer. But the music echoes the sense of optimism that fans are feeling, and overall it drives home the point that the filmmakers have been emphasizing: they made this movie as a callback to the originals, with visuals and effects to match.

For AMC’s prequel series, the network seems to be going in the opposite direction: taking time to dwell in the confusion and horror of a world falling apart, one life at a time. If you like the original Evil Dead, Evil Dead 2, or Army of Darkness, this trailer will make you grin uncontrollably — for both its gory audacity and the ridiculousness that Bruce Campbell is able to pull off. So, Doctor Who is great, and Peter Capaldi is doing fine, and this trailer has lots of lovely shots of the TARDIS and Jenna Coleman looking concerned. If there’s one constant in the universe, it’s that Benedict Cumberbatch is always eminently watchable, even if he’s playing a version of Sherlock Holmes in Victorian England. (Wha?) I’m still thinking over Martin Freeman’s mustache. This new Starz series is based on his comic of the same name, and features Patrick Fugit (Almost Famous, Gone Girl) as a man who… well, you’ll get the idea.

Dick TV adaptation is that the Axis powers were victorious in World War II, leading to a world where Germany and Japan each rule over half of the former United States. If two Walking Dead shows weren’t enough, Comic-Con had even more zombies. “Shadows of Evil” is a zombie-themed co-op mode for Black Ops III set in the 1940s.

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