Apr 092017

Regrettably, the “spoiler!!!” whiners are at it again. This time their anger is pointed towards Sony for the latest Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer that shows a situation where Spider-Man loses his suit. Let’s completely ignore that trailers often show material that doesn’t show up in the movie, that the trailer’s context can be completely misleading, and that this is a typical Hollywood formula that we’ve seen in multiple movies. RAGE RAGE RAGE RAWR RAWR RAWR! 

If a five-second segment of a two-minute trailer “spoils” a two-hour video for you, you have problems. Grow up.

XBOX One and One S get DTS:X and Dolby Atmos
CinemaCon shows off digital theater screens
Venice Film Festival will now have a VR competition
Paramount exec blames Ghost in the Shell failure on whitewashing
Schwarzenegger says he’s not done with Terminator
We Happy Few getting a movie adaptation
– Trailer: King Arthur: Legend of the Sword
– Rumor: Joss Whedon in talks to write and direct Batgirl movie
– Trailer: Justice League
Ignore the rumors: Justice League is not 170 minutes long
Studio Ghibli will release one of their classic animations every month for the next six months
– Teaser: It
Second Wreck It Ralph movie titled Ralph Breaks The Internet
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is getting an animated release
Michael Bay explains why you need to see Transformers: The Dark Knight in IMAX 3D
Mission: Impossible 6 shooting in IMAX 3D
– Trailer: Spider-Man: Homecoming
Whiners are complaining about “Too many spoilers!” in Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer
Baby Driver bumped up to June
DCEU coming to virtual reality
HTC and Spielberg will use Ready Player One to push more VR
– Rumor: Ridley Scott will direct a movie based on the Battle of Britain
– Trailer: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
First images of Alicia Vikander in Tomb Raider
The Last Jedi will not be changed due to Carrie Fisher’s death
Carrie Fisher will (somehow) appear in Episode IX
Universal will release doomsday movie Extinction in Winter 2018
Escape from New York remake gets Robert Rodriguez as director
Behind-the-scenes photos from Beetlejuice
Shia LaBeouf’s Man Down sells one ticket in the UK on its opening weekend
Mark Hamill joins Bad Lip Reading for The Force Awakens