*General Dodonna voice*
Using the previous two episodes, VII and VII, as precedents, we can put together a feasibly accurate (60%) timeline for Episode IX related important dates. I present you with my Speculative Episode IX Schedule Of Reveals (based on precedents set by VII and VIII). Indulge your hype, switch on your mind's eye cinema, and let's peer into the potential future:
Episode VII Title Reveal: November 4, 2014 (film released 13 months later)
Episode VIII Title Reveal: January 23, 2017 (film released 11 months later)
Episode IX Title Reveal: November 1, 2018 (film released 13 months later) [65%]
Reason: Will fall on the 6th anniversary of Disney's announcement of their acquisition of Lucasfilm (November 2, 2012), JJ is at the helm and TFA had a November trailer.
Episode VII Teaser Trailer: November 29, 2014 (film released 13 months later)
Episode VIII Teaser Trailer: April 14, 2017 (film released 8 months later)
**Episode IX Teaser Trailer: November 23, 2... keep reading on reddit ➡
while gta5 and rdr2 were both announced at the end of the year, gta4's first trailer dropped on March 29th
so a march 25th trailer/reveal isnt way out of the question but its still unlikely
Can't say how I know this, don't ask. I am spoilering it all but you'll find all of this out for yourself next month, no movie spoilers.
As we all know, 10B starts in about 2 days from now (depends on where you live tho). So today in my "Semi Ted-Talk" I'm gonna share my thoughts and guesses based on the titles/synopsis/trailers/teasers and the comic version of the current story.
I don't know if there are even future spoilers out there but I haven't used them so no worries :D
10x09 - Squeeze : Knowing they are stuck in a cave, my guess is that either someone dies or gets a really bad injury. I think the title means they have to "squeeze" themselves out of this situation with them being stuck and all, and after hyping it up I don't think they will all get home safely. Who dies/gets injured you may think? Well either Magna or Kelly is my guess. We know Kelly doesn't die because she is in the fight at the hilltop but Magna hasn't been show that much at all besides the cave scenes.
10x10 - Stalker : I think this is where the scenes from Alexandria at night come from. Why? Because I don't think they'd tease any big momen... keep reading on reddit ➡
Looking forward to this game!
"In Dreams" is about the nightmare sequences. Thanks to the suspicious rips in Steven's pajamas at the end of the trailer, I also suspect that Wormy Boi shows up here -Steven's just turning back and forth into a monster. (Go back and watch Gem Hunt for ideas on foreshadowing.)
"Bismuth Casual" is about Bismuth -after all, Steven's house was wrecked again? Since Bismuth is never far from Lapis or Peridot when she's onscreen, I suspect that Lapis and Peridot will get screentime as well. Sounds like a casual episode or else there wouldn't be such a cheesy pun in the title.
"Together Forever"... Let's hit the controversial topic. No, I don't believe the proposal leak. There, I said it. Yes, something else will definitely go wrong. Steven will take Connie out on a date, and it... won't end well. Not much else to say on the matter because I need more context first.
"Growing Pains" could be THE episode where Wormy Boi seriously becomes a problem. This raises the question of "but there's tw... keep reading on reddit ➡
Hi! I’m making a simple interview video for my uni and I’ve been dying to use this drum “piece” to do the title... it was used in a Tarentino-esque film, possibly noir. Essentially it sounds very jazzy, like someone is just randomly hitting drums 4 on and 4 off...
BAM bum duh-duh-duh..2..3..4.. daDUM BAP dumdum.... and so on and so forth.
It’s not a song really but it was used really well — every drum beat a letter would pop up on the screen!
Anyways, it will be a miracle if someone know this by my explanation but I will be so grateful!
[Xbox one, PS4, maybe PC, releasing some time 2020 or 2021] I remember seeing this cinematic trailer for this upcoming RPG game where this red panda that had a little locust-like creature for a companion. It was shown at E3 in 2019 or 2018One of his hands was thin and black and there was toxic material around him. He heard some monster behind him and he turns around and fights it. He runs away into a dark crack in a building and a bunch of bombs light up around him and you think the room is going to explode. The cinematic trailer ends there.
Just release the Kraken, Lionsgate!
Perhaps we're getting a poster this weekend?
I can't wait for it.
I remember it was about a Viking or a warrior of some sort hunting or being hunted by some sort of monster. It looked Indie and probably has already been released somewhat recently. Thanks for the help!
Found on offer up. This dude has multiple 5 star reviews and claims he gets stuff at estate sales and resells it. I just got a single axle 14ft enclosed trailer for non commercial use. But he didn't have a title or plates for it.
I reviewed Oklahoma law before hand and it looks like you don't need a title for a non commercial trailer so I went ahead and got it. But now I'm not so sure. The dude seemed friendly enough. We met at the qt and went to a nearby mcdonlads/casino to make the exchange so I've probably got him in camera.
There was even a police car parked nearby (cops probably in McDonald's) that may have footage if the camera was running and a security officer stopped to make sure we were ok. He didn't have his drivers license but I did get a picture if his weed license(also strange but still an ID right?) with the bill of sale.
Can someone help me out here and help me decipher the law? It looks like private trailers don't even need to be registered in Oklahoma... keep reading on reddit ➡
Bruh, I kind of just want them to randomly drop a trailer on us rather than this build-up of image teasers. In fact, drop it before the teaser images are complete. Take us by surprise rather than trying to live up to the hype as we near an announcement. On a random Tuesday, at 4oclock, just drop the CG trailer introducing us to the concept, the main characters, the world, and then drop the title and release date. In fact, don't even title the video "Arkham Legacy Reveal Trailer", for the first 24hrs, just title it something like "2020" to build mystery. To me that would diffuse the mess I feel this studio's marketing team's put us in. Just my take/advice.
I think the alternative would be another couple months of build-up leading to JUST a two and a half minute CG trailer which won't really scratch the itch we've been building up.
I saw an ad for a game that I can't remember the name of. It had bioshock quality graphics, with cabaret-style dressed characters similar to the types of people you see in borderlands and it seemed to have crime noir elements to the story and setting. I think there might have also been a sky hook/zipline function within the game based on a couple of the visuals but I'm not sure.