Benedict Cumberbatch seems thrilled that he will be playing Marvel's Dr. Strange in the movies. Almost as thrilled as fans are that he is playing Dr. Strange.
Does he think it is a risk of his movie career?
"I don’t think it’s a risk because of Marvel. Marvel is a stable of bringing out ordinary comic characters and turning them into screen-like gods.”
“The movie will be very different, it’s an Astral Plane. There’s a huge new element to this Marvel universe that’s going to be employed in building this story and this character. I’m really excited about it, about working with director Scott Derrickson whose imagination is endless, and all the boys and girls at Marvel who know what they’re doing.”
Using words like astral plane, it seems Cumberbatch is well suited to play Strange.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Still no Dazzler movie.
Marvel has released the first full size/human size (sic) trailer for Ant-Man starring Paul Rudd as Scott Lang aka Ant-Man.
Interesting set up for Rudd's debut, even making fun of the name.
For more on Ant-Man visit EW.com.-DocFB
Diagnosis: People were making fun of "Guardians Of The Galaxy" as well. Will there be "Ant-Man" jokes that will hold when the movie debuts this summer on 7-17-15?
After "Guardians Of The Galaxy", Marvel really feels it can do whatever and put out whatever they want and it will be a hit. Case in point with the first trailer for "Ant-Man" that was released today in insect size. Even if you have the i-Phone or Galaxy S7000, you are going to have trouble seeing it.
What a telling trailer right?
What we do know is that Paul Rudd will be playing Ant-Man. The Verge blew up parts of the trailer as large screen caps that might tell more of what is going on with a few jokes at your own expense. If you can wait, you can see the "human size" trailer on Agent Carter this Tuesday January 6th on ABC.-DocFB
Diagnosis: We are still waiting for that "Dazzler" movie to be given the green light.