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THOR: RAGNAROK: HULK FINALLY SPEAKING EXPLAINED

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The trailer for the third installment in the Thor franchise, “Ragnarok” has definitely hit fans with some fantastic surprises. But none of which seem to be more surprising than Marvel finally allowing one of its most powerful heroes the ability to use his voice.

Though hulk through out the phrase “Puny human,” in 2012’s ‘Avengers,’ true fans of the comics have been wondering when the minds of Hulk and Banner would finally begin to crossover. Well it sound like we have our answer. ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Director Taika Waititi has shed some light as to why the Hulk is now beginning to speak in Ragnarok, via a recent interview with IGN:

“I was always fascinated by the duality of Hulk and Banner, and seeing how their brains could be interconnected. Could we sometimes see Hulk and could we have a bit of Banner’s voice in there? Could we see Banner and have Hulk’s personality through there?”

Waititi went on further to speak about the internal struggle both characters [Banner & Hulk] will face, fighting for control of their shared body and mind:

“I think in this film we’re going to see that for the first time, where the two are fighting — really fighting this time — for control of the body. And Hulk talking, this idea of a more cognitive Hulk who can say sentences — that obviously has existed in the comics, but I think it’s something the fans want to finally see. It’s exactly what fans want to see, and what I wanted to see too.”

Mark Ruffalo also shed some light on Hulks new found ability to speak:

“Because he’s been the Hulk for two years now, he has the vocabulary of a two year old. So we have a speaking Hulk. Can I say that?”

It would appear that Banner has been in Hulk form for over two years and has picked up on how to speak. Which also explains why he is at the two year old level of speech. It should be interesting to see how this dynamic evolves over the course of ‘Ragnarok’ and ‘Infinity War.’

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[kb_author]Imprisoned on the other side of the universe, the mighty Thor (Chris Hemsworth) finds himself in a deadly gladiatorial contest that pits him against the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), his former ally and fellow Avenger. Thor’s quest for survival leads him in a race against time to prevent the all-powerful Hela (Cate Blanchett) from destroying his home world and the Asgardian civilization.[/kb_author][/kopa_blockquote]

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Director Matt Reeves Drops Our Fist Look At The New Batmobile

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“It’s going to allow his character to have an arc so that he can go through a transformation”

In the modern era of cinema, the internet is no stranger to leaks and set photos. Most Directors are faced with the difficult challenge of deciding when and when not to release official photos. Recently, an onslaught of set photos have hit the web, showing the newly re-designed batman look, along with a glimpse of the “Batcycle” and possibly a look at catwoman.

Today, Matt Reeves decided to break the internet, giving us our first look at the new batmobile. Reeves describes ‘The Batman’ as a noir style film, told squarely on the shoulders of the dark knight. It would appear that Reeves is going with a truly grounded approach to the character. A “Year two” Batman, taking on Gotham’s criminal underworld, with a rogues gallery of villains.

“It’s very much a point of view-driven, noir Batman tale,” he said. “It’s told very squarely on his shoulders, and I hope it’s going to be a story that will be thrilling but also emotional. It’s more Batman in his detective mode than we’ve seen in the films. The comics have a history of that. He’s supposed to be the world’s greatest detective, and that’s not necessarily been a part of what the movies have been. I’d love this to be one where when we go on that journey of tracking down the criminals and trying to solve a crime, it’s going to allow his character to have an arc so that he can go through a transformation.”

‘The Batman’ hits theaters June 25, 2021 | Stars: Robert Pattinson, Zoe Kravitz, Colin Farrell, Andy Serkis, Paul Dano, Peter Sarsgaard, Jeffrey Wright 

 

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Justice League Dark: Apokolips War | Official Trailer – HD

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Animation

Release Date:

2020 (Video)

Director:

Matt Peters and Christina Sotta

Cast:

Tony Todd, Rebecca Romijn, Rosario Dawson, Rainn Wilson, Jason O’Mara, Hynden Walch, Jerry O’Connell, Shemar Moore

Plot Summary:

A Sequel to Justice League Dark (2017) involving Jack Kirby’s New Gods.

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Matt Reeves Drops First Look | Batsuit Test From ‘The Batman’

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Fans have been waiting weeks since filming began for Matt Reeves’ ‘The Batman,’ for a quick glance at the new batsuit. Now we have our first official look at what Robert Pattinson will look like dawning the cape and cowl of the dark knight. We also get our first listen at the musical tone we can expect from the upcoming film, which to no surprise, is dark and ominous. Pattinson would like to see Batman receive an R-Rating saying that it would free his character up to do more:

“The only thing that’s more complicated is the rating. As soon as you make something an R-rated movie, you’re freed up to do so much stuff. In terms of the character itself, I want to push it as far as it possibly can go. And I think Matt Reeves does as well. You can do crazy stuff with that part.”

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