The first trailer for Avengers 4, finally known as Avengers: Endgame is here. Voice of London react and talk all things Marvel on this week's podcast. Off the back of one of the biggest films to be released in 2018, as the year comes to a close, we finally got to see the first glimpses of the upcoming sequel, Endgame. Having also released a Captain Marvel trailer this week, Marvel is beginning to tease and excite its fans around the world for their upcoming blockbusters due in 2019. The Endgame trailer, released only six hours ago, has already been viewed almost 20 million times and has created a strong reaction on Twitter: https://twitter.com/evanswrth/status/1071172240165634048 https://twitter.com/Tasha_Lovell/status/1071189774302613504 https://twitter.com/Nowhxreboy/stat
Game of Thrones has just released a new teaser trailer for its upcoming, final season 8. With only a few months left until the premiere, the fans have long been waiting for a chance to peek behind the curtain. Is it what they were waiting for? Or just an appetiser before the actual trailer comes out? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NspqGM0DbbQ Even though the teaser is 39 seconds long and doesn’t show any actual footage, it’s enticing enough to push many into a winter-long binge of previous seasons. The scene shows two waves, one of fire and one of ice, both rapidly consuming a map of Westeros to eventually clash in the middle and leave nothing but destruction. It certainly leaves a lot to the imagination, but according to Casey Bloys, HBO programming president, w
If you have paid any sort of attention to pop culture over the past couple of years you have probably heard of one of the following names: Timothee Chalamet, Noah Centineo, Nick Robinson and Lucas Hedges. Something they all have in common, along with a number of other young actors on the rise, is that they have won over viewers and journalists alike for the way they have been thought to of redefined masculinity on the big screen. https://twitter.com/sensualhazel/status/1061957810806759424 In the #MeToo era and an age where people are desperately waiting for the end to toxic masculinity (a term to describe the repressive idea that men must be macho and unemotional to be masculine), young actors picking roles that show males can be vulnerable, compassionate and sensitive, seems lik...
This year Marvel Studios had the world shaken with the release of Avengers Infinity War. Remember Peter Parker whimper “Mr Stark” just before he faded into dust? Yeah, still not over it. Now the wait for the fourth instalment feels extremely long and painful. But luckily, there is something pretty epic you can do in the meantime; you can become a superhero! Watch our video to find out more. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X4QpFgNHqls However, if understandably you’re too busy to become an Avenger any time soon, there are some other ways you can get a superhero fix – as suggested to The Voice of London by self-proclaimed Marvel superfans: “Re-watch all the movies and try to find Easter eggs in the films that will give clues for Avengers 4” – Kaitlyn, 20 If you've finished doing