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The city needs heroes. Darkness has settled over New York City as Shredder and his evil Foot Clan have an iron grip on everything from the police to the politicians. The future is grim until four unlikely outcast brothers rise from the sewers and discover their destiny as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

Fourth 'Hercules' Clip Unleashes the Hydra on Dwayne Johnson Dwayne Johnson once again gets to flaunt his WWE Superstar skills as he goes toe-to-toe with a legendary sea beast, the Hydra, in this fourth scene from Hercules. In order to ensure his demi-god status, the iconic muscle man of Greek myth must defeat this nasty multi-headed serpent. Only problem is, cut off one of its heads and two more grow back...If Dwayne Johnson can't kill it, no one can!Everyone knows the legend of Hercules and his twelve labors. Our story begins after the labors, and after the legend. Haunted by a sin from his past, Hercules has become a mercenary.


New Warcraft Logo Revealed Duncan Jones' video game adaptation has a fresh lookAs this year’s San Diego Comic-Con gears up, one of the more hotly anticipated titles is Duncan Jones’ cinematic take on the sprawling online multiplayer game World Of Warcraft. Legendary Pictures has a booth set up on the convention floor with the new title displayed, which you can see below in gallery form. Click to enlarge.

Jim Lee Promises That Zack Snyder Will "Blow Everyone Away" With BATMAN V SUPERMAN Variety recently caught up with Justice League and Superman Unchained artist Jim Lee to get his thoughts on the 75th Anniversary of the Caped Crusader, quizzing him on the upcoming Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. They started off by seeing if he has any advice for director Zack Snyder, to which he replied: "Zack is a comic book fan and draws inspiration from the comics. He doesn’t need to be given advice. He’s a talented filmmaker. He’s a super stylized visualist. He’ll do stuff no one has ever done with the caped crusader and blow everyone away.

Here's Marvel's Ant-Man Comic Con Poster San Diego Comic-Con has begun, and Marvel's first reveal is upon us with a Comic-Con poster for Ant-Man. Take a look: Ant-Man!So it seems clear we can expect some Ant-Man action at Marvel's Hall H panel at the show this Saturday. The image comes from EW and is "pre-production concept art specifically made for San Diego Comic-Con." Paul Rudd and Michael Douglas are present and accounted for, but the big takeaway here? Ant-Man is riding on a flying ant! We're getting a big-budget Hollywood movie where a superhero rides on a flying ant! What more can you ask for? Continue reading…

EXCLUSIVE:  Michael Rooker On Yondu Udonta & GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Michael Rooker was kind enough to sit down with me and bash knuckles like the kids do nowadays.  We also discussed Guardians of the Galaxy and his character Yondu Udonta, the blue-skinned alien responsible for raising Peter Quill.


First Mad Max: Fury Road Poster San Diego Comic-Con is nearly upon us. For those that can’t wait to get a look at Mad Max: Fury Road, we’ve got a brand new poster for the film. Beneath the caption “WHAT A LOVELY DAY” we can see Max (Tom Hardy) standing next to his trusty V8 Interceptor as a scary-looking traffic jam heads his way. This is exactly why I don’t drive to work. The poster debuted on Fury Road's Twitter account along with an invitation to see "an exclusive look" at the film this Saturday at 10 a.m. in SDCC's Hall H. Continue reading…

Thanks Marc Webb and Sony, You Have Ruined Spider-Man Thanks Marc Webb and Sony, You Have Ruined Spider-Man   DISCLAIMER: I am not biased against any movie studio, comic book origin, or production. I enjoy comic book movies for what they are, and always look for the best in any movie.   First off by letting this be known that I originally had hope for this franchise. As well all know, Spider-Man is one of the most cherished characters of all time.

Marvel Releases Two 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' Concept Art Posters There's been a plethora of hype for The Avengers: Age of Ultron over the past week, but that's because we're about to see the first bit of footage from the sequel here at Comic-Con in San Diego. The movie won't arrive until next summer, but Marvel loves to hype up their future releases (as we've seen since they're staking out dates way ahead of time). But this is all good news for fans, because it means they can get their hands on some cool commemorative stuff like two concept art posters that were handed out at the convention today at Marvel's booth.

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