Ant-Man and The Wasp
Marvel released a new video promoting the movie-themed sponsorship of Girls Who Code, the popular tech-based educational program. It shows director Peyton Reed and others speaking to groups about the science of the story and how important a STEM-based education is.
There was also a new interview with Hannah John-Kamen where she talks in particular about working with Michelle Pfeiffer.
One of the stunts pulled at Comic-Con was a Chuck E. Cheese-esque animatronic band with Deadpool and a bunch of animals playing “9 to 5” and you can see a promotional video for the group’s tour here. The panel with Ryan Reynolds and other members of the cast was as offensive as you’d expect.
Another round of Deadpool-themed alternate Blu-ray covers for other Fox movies is coming, some of which were also handed out at Comic-Con.
The Equalizer 2
More from costar Ashton Sanders on what it was like to work with Denzel Washington and learn from the veteran actor.
The IMAX poster is much cooler than what was used more generally, showing just Washington’s torso with a tie that takes the shape of Lady Justice.
Teen Titans Go! To the Movies
The Regal Cinemas exclusive poster continues the meta theatrical theme by showing the Titans as well as a few other heroes – and Slade – sitting in the theater watching a movie.
Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal appeared together on “The Daily Show” to talk about creating the movie and what the story meant to them. They’re also interviewed here about how there’s a slight surge in the number of movies, including their own, set in the Bay Area.
Another TV spot that plays up the critical acclaim the movie has accumulated.
Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far On Foot
Another substantive feature interview with director Gus Van Sant here about how the film fits into his overall body of work.
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again
Lily James talks here about how she got an American accent down and how she studied Meryl Streep’s line readings from the first movie to mimic her speaking patterns as much as possible.
Mission: Impossible – Fallout
Bassett also joined Tom Cruise on “The Late Late Show” while Cavill popped up on “Kimmel” to talk about stunts and other aspects of making the movie. Meanwhile costar Vanessa Kirby, who wasn’t a huge part of the main campaign, was interviewed about the stunts (of course) and her decision to join the franchise.
Star Michael Pena stopped by “Colbert” but only got a plug for the movie in briefly at the end of the interview.
Chris Thilk is a freelance writer and content strategist who lives in the Chicago suburbs.