Broadsheet Trailer Park: Ant-Man (Final Trailer)



What you may need to know

1. Marvel have a movie out today (Age Of Ultron) that’s going to make a billion dollars. Here’s their other movie this summer.

2. You’ve probably heard about the troubled production history.

3. Joss Whedon fears Marvel may have made an error.

4. Paul Rudd tends to turn up in the strangest places.

5. Who’s the baddie? Corey Stoll, from House Of Cards, Homeland and The Strain. You may not recognise him without his terrible rug.

6. Broadsheet Prognosis: Better than the first trailer, although you can’t but worry about a movie where they appear to spend the whole time apologising for how silly it is.

Release Date: July

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27 thoughts on “Broadsheet Trailer Park: Ant-Man (Final Trailer)

  1. Stumpy

    Enough Marvel tat, already. How about bringing some more of Vertigo’s strips to life? (‘A History of Violence’ being something of a high water mark for comic book adaptations)

    1. Drogg

      They are doing preacher and sandman but it doesn’t look good for the output. I think it’s time to leave comic books alone.

      1. Stumpy

        Ah here. How would they even begin to go about capturing Sandman properly on film. You’ve spoiled my afternoon, Drogg!

          1. Drogg

            Yes, but domnic cooper is Jessie and Seth Rogan and Evan Goldberg are the writers and show runners of the tv series. And really Cassidy should be played by an Irish person cause no one else will get the accent right. Oh and a final bit of bad news the sandman tv series is to start and be directed by Joseph Gorden Levitt.

          2. jeremy kyle

            Ah! I just realised who Dominic Cooper is… I mean at least he looks like Jesse.

            My friend actually auditioned for the part of Cassidy, he looks exactly like him and is Irish.

            Too bad he can’t actually act haha.

          3. Drogg

            Its good to hear they actually auditioned Irish people, cause only a Dub can do a Dub accent.

          4. ReproBertie

            Exactly. Balbriggan in 1900 was practically Mayo as far as Dubs were concerned.

            By Dubs I mean the city dwellers who would have considered him a culchie (or the equivalent) at the time.

          5. Drogg

            But Ennis considered him a Dub his dialogue is all written as someone with a strong dublin accent speaks.

          6. ReproBertie

            Ah well fair enough then. I never picked up his dialogue as being particularly Dub so the idea of him walking from the country to the GPO for 1916 made sense to me.

          7. jeremy kyle

            I wouldn’t worry too much about it lads, I mean he spends a long time in America he could have lost his accent a little bit anyways.

          8. Drogg

            The scene in the GPO is one of my all time favourite comic book scenes, I can’t not chuckle just thinking about it.

          9. ReproBertie

            You’re right jeremy. I’m not in the least worried about it though. I didn’t even knwo this was in production so now I’m just excited to see it.

            We haven’t even touched on Tulip’s race change but apparently the change reflects the original plan for the comic.

            Also, how much longer before they make Hitman?

    2. Lorcan Nagle

      DC/Warners are far too busy making a balls of their superhero comics to even think about doing some Vertigo stuff. Though I’d love to see a DMZ TV series.

      1. Drogg

        Really? DMZ is the only vertigo series I couldn’t get into, I’ve read the first book a couple of times and it just doesn’t inspire me to read the second one.

    1. IDB

      Edgar Wright left the project (and took his script with him) due to “creative differences” with Marvel.

  2. jeremy kyle

    Haha that was worth it just for the end!

    “Are international sex slaves taking jobs from American prostitutes?”

    What a topic.

  3. Nigel

    That’s a big improvement trailer-wise, and it looks like there’s a chance it might be watchable.

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