Here’s a quick recap of some highlights from Day One of SDCC 2015! Continue reading SDCC 2015 Day One Recap
Now that Sony and Marvel have found their new Peter Parker in Tom Holland and booked Jon Watts to direct the reboot, it’s time to start filling out the rest of Spider-Man’s world. Continue reading Marisa Tomei to Play Aunt May in New ‘Spider-Man’ Movie
SDCC 2015 begins today, here’s some things that we hope to see at this year’s event. Continue reading San Diego Comic-Con 2015 Wishlist
FUNimation Entertainment is proud to announce today its distribution of the theatrical, home entertainment, video on demand and broadcast rights to the upcoming Japanese live-action feature film “Attack on Titan” across the Americas (North America, Central America and South America). The film will be released by Toho Co. Ltd. in two parts in Japan on August 1 and September 19, 2015. Series creator Hajime Isayama worked directly with the film’s producers to create the screen adaptation. Continue reading Attack on Titan Live-Action Movie Get US Distributor
A new trailer for the Japanese live-action Attack on Titan movie has surfaced. This trailer is in Japanese, features more Titans and we get our first glimpse of the 3D Maneuver Gear! I really hope that this movie makes its way to the US sometime in the near future. Enjoy! Continue reading New Trailer for Live-Action Attack on Titan
From time to time Outright Geekery brings you a slanted and biased opinion on some trivially specific topic of geekery. We call it Outright Geekery’s Top o’ the Lot.
Marvel’s Cinematic Universe is easily one of the best action movie series of all time. It has everything: Amazing characters, awesome fights, and really, REALLY, cool technology. Among this technology are ray-guns, super suits, even flying hammers, but nothing in the MCU is quite as cool as the plethora of vehicles. Cars, boats, spaceships and more, the list of amazing automobilia goes on and on, but I whittled it down to just the very best of the best. So, without further ado, it flies, you’re not supposed to do that with bikes, and who was driving that thing? in Outright Geekery’s Top o’ the Lot: Vehicles from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Continue reading Top o’ the Lot: Vehicles in the Marvel Cinematic Universe
Screen legend famous for roles in Hammer Horror films, Lord of the Rings and Star Wars dies in hospital after suffering heart and respiratory problems Continue reading Sir Christopher Lee Passes At 93
Check out our weekly roundtable podcast, Geeks of the Square Table! Recorded live at Outright Geekery’s home base, Comix City Too! Continue reading Geeks of the Square Table: Episode 89
I see dots; I connect dots. This is A Conspiracy!
While I was a bit hesitant to buy into the conspiracy that Marvel Comics was doing away with a lot of the Fantastic Four and X-Men comics, promotion, merch, and pretty much anything else with a 4 or an X on it because of issues with movie licensing, the latest batch of news has pushed me over the edge, and I am now a believer. I guess it makes sense from a financial standpoint (although I still can’t get the numbers to add up) but, numbers aside, it seems like a pretty mean thing to do to us, the fans and readers. But, when I dug a little deeper into Marvel’s Movie history, the timeline shows just how cutthroat Marvel has been with cross-promotion in film.