How Superman Built Communism and Schoolgirl Saved the World: Trailers of the Week20 December 2019
How did Superman appear in the SSSR and how did the story end? When will Goblin Slayer: Goblin's Crown hit the screen? Watch these and other new trailers in our news digest of the last week!
The trailer of DC Universe’s Stargirl series
The promotional video of Stargirl series based on DC comics is available on the web. The main character is the pupil of secondary school Courtney Whitmore, who decides to become a superhero and fight against the evil. She uses a powerful artifact and works with members of the Justice League. The storyline is based on the comics Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E. (1999). The series is directed by Glen Winter, Andi Armaganian, and Toa Fraser. Courtney Whitmore is played by Brec Bassinger. Viewers will be able to watch the adventures of Stargirl in the spring of 2020.
The teaser of the special episode Goblin Slayer: Goblin's Crown
The screen version of ranobe Goblin Slayer: Goblin's Crown by Kumo Kagyu and Noboru Kannatsuki will soon come out in Japanese cinemas. The same people that work on the series create this animation, where viewers will see characters they have already given heart to. Together with new heroes, they will do their ordinary staff: kill goblins. The release date of Goblin Slayer: Goblin's Crown is February 1, 2020.
The last trailer of The Witcher series with Henry Cavill
The Russian version of the final trailer of The Witcher appeared online just before the release of the series itself, all eight episodes of which will come out on Netflix on December 20. The Witcher is based on the unbelievably popular book series by Andrzej Sapkowski, whose fans are eagerly waiting for the screen version (and have already discussed the cast and created lots of funny memes). By the way, the work on the second season of The Witcher will start in early 2020.
Communist superheroism in the trailer of Superman: Red Son
DC and Warner Bros studio announced the release of Superman: Red Son animation back in summer at a comic conference in San Diego. This week, you can watch the trailer of the animation based on the mini-comics of the same name by Mark Millar. In this alternative story, Kal-El's space capsule lands in the SSSR instead of the USA. The Superman fights for the bright communist future and his costume is decorated with sickle and hammer. Actor Jason Isaacs (known for playing as Lucius Malfoy in Harry Potter) gave his vote for the main hero.
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