Post by Ben Kenobi on Jul 29, 2008 11:26:03 GMT -5
Comic-Con has come and gone in just a few short days, but with it came the trailer for Wolverine movie, due out May 1st, 2009. As all Comic-Con stuff does to me, this has made me very excited.
Unfortunately, due to copyright policies, trailers only last on the web for about a day sometimes less, so I can't post a direct link to a trailer. However, if you click here, it will take you to a search page on youtube where hopefully there will be a trailer listed. Here's a link to a trailer location that's been up for awhile, so it may be able to stick it out. The quality is pretty bad since it was filmed by a video camera, but you get the basic idea.
The basic premise of the movie is the development of the Weapon X Program, and Logan's story of how he becomes Wolverine. Other mutants in the movie are Silverfox, Agent Zero, Kestrel, Barnell, the Blob, Deadpool, and everybody's favorite ragin' Cajun, GAMBIT.
There isn't much to put in the first post, but I'll update it as we get pictures, more info, and such. Oh, and I almost forgot, the Wikipedia article.
Last Edit: Jul 30, 2008 7:19:19 GMT -5 by Ben Kenobi
That looks great! Man, oh, man I will be there first day to see that film. ;D
Welll there were about 10 that were taken off this morning when I checked, someone else had added it since. interesting trailer. Based on the other 10 or so I'll be it is gone soon too, but see it while you can.
By the way, friend of mine told me that the animated X-Men from the 90's is on cable. Can anyone confirm this? That may be one of the best animated super heroes type show ever...
I can confirm.
Last I checked, it was being run on the "Toon Disney" channel, along with most other 90s Marvel toons (Spiderman, Hulk, Ironman). Reason being (short version), Disney bought Saban Entertainment Inc. in 2001.
It's been a while since I last watched it, but it had been on in the evenings and in the mornings as part of a programming block called "Jetix".
Awesome show. I have such fond memories of all of those 90s Marvel shows, but X-Men and Spiderman were always my favorites.