Marvel reveals an important upgrade for our favourite neighbourhood arachnid

Marvel has just released a short video expressing a couple of new features Spidey has to play with, come July. Although there are a few upgrades mentioned in the video, there’s only one of note that we weren’t already aware of, in relation to the web shooters. That upgrade being, “Selectable web types.”

Just what those webs are, we’ll have to wait and see. However, a thought just occurred to me. How would you guys feel about trick webbing?

Kind of like Hawkeye’s trick arrows, but you know…stickier. Maybe there could be an electrified web, maybe a solid rubber bullet-esque projectile, that kind of thing. It’s probably not going to happen, but it’d be a bit of fun.

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I always cut the Sam Rami Spider-Man movies a little bit of slack on the topic of webbing variation. Since Maguire’s webs were organic, I guess he could produce whatever type of web he need in the moment. Nevertheless, I’m glad that we’re get a logical and tangible explanation of Peter’s ability for Homecoming.

What do you guys think about Spidey’s upgrades, and how do you feel about a trick webbing proposal?

Marvel reveals an important upgrade for our favourite neighbourhood arachnid

Inside Out behind the scene video teases Michael Giacchino’s score

I’ve been itching to see this movie since the release of the first trailer. After hearing that Michael Giacchino was composing the score for the film I was sold tenfold.

I bloody love Michael Giacchino. He’s one of the best composers working today and lately he’s had no shortage of work. Recently he worked with Bard Bird on Tomorrowland and also with Colin Trevorrow on Jurassic World. As fantastic as those two scores are, let’s talk about the one we really haven’t heard much of, Inside Out.

We’ve heard glimpses of Giacchino’s score throughout various trailers to date, but we haven’t had the pleasure of listening to the score on its own…until now.

Though each piece is very brief, we can get a much better idea of the overall sound of the film, which Giacchino himself described as being “more emotional” than his work on UpFitting, given the premise of this movie. Since I haven’t seen Up or heard the score from it, Giacchino’s comment here means pretty much nothing to me. However the score for Up won an Oscar, so expect great things from Inside Out is what I’m saying.

Also, the guys over at Pixar Post recently broke down the music from a couple of trailers to unveil the underline character tones within it (linked below). Pretty good.

Oh, and there’s another behind the scenes video if you like seeing/hearing actors repeat their lines over and over as you slowly start to lose your mind.

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Source (around the 9:30 min mark): http://www.pixarpost.com/2015/06/pixar-post-podcast-episode039.html

Inside Out behind the scene video teases Michael Giacchino’s score

Take a tour of the Hermes from Ridley Scott’s “The Martian”

Posters for Ridley Scott’s “The Martian” came out a few weeks back and now we have the first footage from the flick.

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I love those pop-ups throughout the video with the Crew Facts and live “tweeting” or whatever the Ares equivalent is in this universe. Since the performances are relatively stoic for the most part, it gives us a little more insight into the characters in a way that’s more noticeable than the subtle context clues.

I wouldn’t mind seeing more of these Vlog-type of videos to promote this movie. Honestly—being a Sci-Fi fan—I could just have videos like this without any trailers whatsoever. But that’s just me. This is pure conjecture here, but I think we may be getting more of these kind of videos. Possibly titled Uranus, Forallmankind, and finally Mars, given the little pop-up (bottom right) at the end of the video. I might be grasping at straws there. But like I said, I’d like to see more of this.

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Take a tour of the Hermes from Ridley Scott’s “The Martian”

Harley Quinn’s voice in Suicide Squad

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Slightly old news at this point so a lot of you are probably already more than aware of this, but recently CBM.com ran an article containing some fan-obtained behind the scenes images and footage of Suicide Squad. About five seconds into the second video on the post (with the caption “Take two #suicidesquad crew filming right outside my condo.”) there is a glimpse of what may be Harley Quinn’s voice.

It’s really hard to make out just exactly what she is saying, but it certain does sound like Harley speaking. Whilst I’m still warming up to the look of her in this movie, the voice is dead-on. Margot Robbie bloody nails the squeaky, cheerful, yet also a bit psychotic voice of the love-able misfit that is Harley Quinn (no surprise there).

Any thoughts on what is/might be saying in what appears to be some kind of evacuation scene?

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Source: http://www.comicbookmovie.com/fansites/MarvelFreshman/news/?a=120226

Harley Quinn’s voice in Suicide Squad