"The Dark Knight Rises" trailer took the web by storm yesterday, and it's no wonder why: between the introduction of Bane, the possible retirement of Batman and the likely destruction of Gotham City, all signs are pointing towards an epic conclusion to Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy.
We already ran down the new "Dark Knight" trailer's highlights, but it's never too early to start thinking about what we want to see next. After the jump, check out the five things we're most looking forward to seeing from the next trailer!
The "Dark Knight Rises" teaser trailer arrived online today, promising plenty of chaos and carnage to hit the streets of Gotham City in July 2012.
It's a short, minute-and-a-half look at director Christopher Nolan's final flight with the Batman, but despite the brevity, the teaser still has a lot of information worth chewing on. After the jump, take a look at what we know (and what we can guess) about the final "Dark Knight" movie based on the teaser.
"The Avengers" are assembling in New Mexico and other shooting locations across the country as we speak, and you're going to get your first look at Marvel's biggest superhero endeavor to date in just a few days. Or, if you know where to look, you can get that sneak peek… well, right around now, actually.
An official first look at "The Avengers" is headed your way when "Captain America: The First Avenger" slings its shield into theaters this weekend, but that footage from the film has already found its way online. You won't get any links from us, though we're sure you won't have to search hard to find what it is you're looking for. (Still, with "Cap" just a few short days from release, don't you think you can wait a little while for the real thing?)
But if you're dying to know what you'll see in the "Avengers" teaser, join us after the jump for a few small spoilers.
Batman rises one last time next July, but you won't have to wait a full year before catching a glimpse at the final round of "Dark Knight" mania.
Warner Bros. has officially released the first teaser trailer for "The Dark Knight Rises" on their Facebook page (via Collider), offering fans their fullest and best look yet at Christopher Nolan's third and final romp through Gotham City.
Something tells me you know this already, but in case you don't, let's make it perfectly clear: being Captain America is not easy. Even harder is becoming Captain America.
Just ask Chris Evans, the subject of our recent MTV First: Captain America interview, who told us that his transformation from normal-sized actor into overly-muscled superhero was a grueling process that required at least one British fitness instructor and two hours a day for four full months worth of exercise.
With Chris Evans starring as Steve Rogers, it's hard to imagine any other actor putting his face to "The First Avenger." Still, it's worth recognizing that once upon a time, the eventual Captain America wasn't going to put on the red, white and blue, despite the direct expression of interest from Marvel Studios.
During MTV First: Captain America, Evans admitted that Marvel reached out to his camp to get the actor to audition — something that he never gave into, even if he eventually won the role.
Captain America is many things: a soldier, a hero, a… gerbil? That's Colonel Chester Phillips' assessment of Steve Rogers, at least.
In this exclusive clip from "Captain America: The First Avenger," which we debuted tonight during MTV First: Captain America, you're invited to see the heroic origins of the skinny weakling that eventually became one of the world's finest superheroes, a status he didn't achieve through brain or brawn; he achieved it through pure guts.
"The Amazing Spider-Man" swings into theaters next summer but director Marc Webb and his distinguished cast — which includes the aforementioned Garfield as Peter Parker, Emma Stone as ill-fated Gwen Stacey — are already hard at work on crafting that radioactive Spider-Man's latest big-screen outing.
Want proof? Just check out the latest photo of Garfield as the wall-crawler, as debuted on the cover of the latest Entertainment Weekly!
Several more photos and interviews with the cast and crew are on their way, but for now, we've got this great look at Peter Parker, as well as confirmation from EW that, yes, Ifans is playing Curt Connors, "who, in an experiment gone wrong, transforms into one of Spider-Man’s most formidable foes ever, the Lizard."
Although we won't see new episodes of "The Walking Dead" for another few months, the cast and crew are hard at work in Atlanta, making the post-apocalyptic zombie thing happen. We've seen a little bit of their bloody handiwork already, from Robert Kirkman's behind-the-scenes video blog to the first official image from the new season. But forget what we know — what have the people involved with "Walking Dead" taken away from their latest volley with the undead?
"What we discovered is that when you suddenly find yourself a member of a very small tribe who can't wander very far, the notions of public and private change," director Gwyneth Horder-Payton, who directed the first episode of the new "Walking Dead" season, told AMC of the lessons she's learned on the set of the survival horror series.
"People have to give moments of privacy to people even though they're sitting five feet away," she elaborated. "So you have Lori and Rick who want to have a private moment, but can't walk away so they have a private moment within a group."
"The Dark Knight Rises" is rumored to premiere its first official teaser trailer alongside the theatrical release of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2" later this week. What's not a rumor, however, is this week's debut of the first official poster from the film.
First unveiled over at the movie's official website, the first poster for Christopher Nolan's third and final Batman installment sets the stage for an astonishing amount of carnage and mayhem.
Check it out past the jump!