We got the teaser during the Super Bowl, and today we got the full thing during Good Morning America. How come they don’t ask us to debut it?
The winner for best Star Wars video goes to…Jimmy Kimmel.
Basically he takes Star Wars clips. and adds in a “beep” where it isn’t necessary, making it sound oh, so terrible.
Not exactly NSFW, but definitely be cautious around the kids.
It’s glorious, magnificent, and we can’t wait for May 4th.
And if you didn’t know this is NSFW, you’ve apparently never seen Deadpool.
Forget the game, the only thing people wanna talk about from Monday Night Football is the release of the trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
Make sure to soak it in, and then tune into our October 12th, 2017 episode to hear the breakdown, and maybe some stuff you hadn’t thought of coming out of it.
Only a little over a month to go to see if DC could do the comic world… justice with the Justice League movie.
Now, we’ve all been through this song and dance with DC before; Great trailer, terrible movie execution. BUT they proved they could do otherwise with the release of Wonder Woman, so could lightning strike twice?
Who doesn’t like Disney movies? (Besides Mikki) And in our August 3rd, 2017 episode we took a deeper look into them, learning about the voices behind the characters. Here are some we didn’t get to. Woody, Toy Story Tom Hanks has said that he was interested in the role of Woody the cowboy …
It’s the event everybody in Nerd Nation looks forward to, and it did not disappoint this year. Among a bunch of stuff we’ll cover on our July 27th episode, were some awesome trailers; headlined by the Justice League trailer: Of course, Marvel couldn’t let DC win the race, so while they …
Young girls in 2017 look up to leaders like Michelle Obama, and actresses such as Jennifer Lawrence, but if you ask us, none of them embody Women Empowerment like Wonder Woman.
Sure she’s fictional, but if it inspires someone, who’s to judge. Go check out this final trailer for Wonder Woman and try and tell us we’re wrong.
In an era where all we get is remakes, and way late sequels and prequels, it’s good to see we’re getting one we’ll actually enjoy.
Blade Runner 2049 is the sequel to the cult favorite 1982 film, Blade Runner, which sees the return of Harrison Ford as Rick Deckard, alongside a bunch of newcomers like Ryan Gosling, and Jared Leto. If you’re still not a believer after seeing that lineup, watch the official trailer, which should surely change your mind.