Month: January 2018

Dave Bautista’s loveable bruiser Drax has been one of the high points of the Guardians of the Galaxy movies, so it’s only nature that the former wrestler would visit the Disneyland ride named after the spacefaring Marvel franchise. That visit, of course, produced some pretty amazing pictures. The ride is called Guardians of the Galaxy
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PETA hopes Nickelodeon’s pizza-loving heroes in a half shell will go dairy-free in the Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series. In a letter sent today to the cable network, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals asked that the upcoming television reboot change more than the characterizations of Raphael and Leonardo, and
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Director Patty Jenkins and star Gal Gadot will reportedly return to England as production begins this summer on the sequel to Warner Bros.’ blockbuster Wonder Woman. RELATED: Gal Gadot Responds to Wonder Woman’s Oscar Nomination Shutout Omega Underground suspects the film will utilize the sound stages at Warner Bros. Studios in Leavesden, home to the
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Season 3 of popular superhero anime My Hero Academia is set to premiere on Apr. 7! Manga artist Betten Court revealed the date in a photo of the upcoming volume of spinoff My Hero Academia: Vigilantes, for which he provides the illustrations. The wraparound indicates that the eagerly anticipated third season will be airing weekly
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HBO has found a director for the pilot of its upcoming comic book adaptation Watchmen. Showrunner Damon Lindelof has tapped Nicole Kassell, one of the directors behind The Leftovers, to helm the pilot episode of the series. According to Deadline, Kassell will also executive produce the pilot alongside Lindelof. The upcoming HBO series will be
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Carrying on the Marvel Cinematic Universe tradition of showing additional sequences once a movie has finished, Black Panther will indeed have two post-credits scenes. RELATED: Black Panther’s Shuri Is the Genius Movies Need Right Now The existence of the scenes, although not their content, was confirmed overnight on Twitter by initial reactions from the red-carpet premiere
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Warner Bros. Television will explore Metropolis in a new live-action series that will debut on the upcoming DC Comics-branded digital platform, already home to Titans, Young Justice: Outsiders and Warner Bros. Animation’s Harley Quinn. RELATED: Is Trigon Set to Appear On the Live-Action Titans? Gotham executive producers John Stephens and Danny Cannon will head up
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With a trailer for the third entry in the Cloverfield franchise, tentatively titled God Particle, still to drop, reports have emerged suggesting that a fourth chapter in the universe created by J.J. Abrams may have already been shot. RELATED: JJ Abrams’ God Particle Is Really a Third Cloverfield Movie According to /Film, that movie is titled
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Yet another Glee alumni is joining the Arrowverse with the addition of Max Adler as Pyro. First reported by Flash TV News, and later confirmed by Adler himself, the actor will tackle the role of DC Comics’ Pyro in an upcoming episode of The Flash. Also known for being in Criminal Minds recently, Adler will play Jaco Birch —
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Author Patrick Rothfuss’ The Kingkiller Chronicle is among the most celebrated fantasy series in recent memory, attracting some high-profile fans, such as Hamilton‘s Lin-Manuel Miranda, who’s adapting a television adaptation. Now comes word that he’s partnered with a genre heavyweight on a film as well. RELATED: Saga Creators Would “Absolutely” Love a Musical Adaptation By
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No, you’re not hallucinating: Syfy has renewed Happy! for a second season ahead of the show’s Season 1 finale. RELATED: Happy! Embraces the Madness & Ultra-Violence of Morrison & Robertson’s Comic Based on the Image Comics series of the same name by writer Grant Morrison and artist Darick Robertson, Happy! is a dark, violent and
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Black Lightning could kickstart a whole new “Lightningverse.” Series showrunner Salim Akil hopes to build more superheroes into the show, which could potentially lead to spinoffs set in Jefferson Pierce’s world. Asked if Black Lightning could launch a “Lightningverse” with spinoff series, Akil told Yahoo!, “Yeah, let’s hope so. We want to entertain. I know
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Suicide Squad has tangled with ancient demons, evil Kryptonians, alien armadas. However, Task Force X has yet to face a one-man army — that is, until the upcoming arc of the DC Comics series. RELATED: If Suicide Squad 2 is Resurrecting the Dead, Someone Has Missed the Point With February’s Suicide Squad #35, the team
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Valiant Entertainment, the publisher of such comics as Bloodshot, Harbinger and X-O Manowar, has been acquired by DMG Entertainment. RELATED: Who Is Bloodshot? Vin Diesel’s New Superhero Role, Explained The news comes even as Valiant eyed moves into film, with planned live-action adaptations of Bloodshot and Harbinger envisioned as the foundation for a five-picture shared
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History was made last night at WWE’s 31st annual Royal Rumble event because for the first time ever, 30 women competed in their very own over-the-top-rope battle royal match, with the winner getting a shot at a Women’s Championship match at WrestleMania 34. To commemorate this momentous occasion, WWE Superstar Sasha Banks decided to wear her love of DC Comics’
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Welcome to Comic Book Legends Revealed! This is the six hundred and sixty-fourth week where we examine comic book legends and whether they are true or false. Click here for Part 1 of this week’s legends. Click here for Part 2 of this week’s legends. COMIC LEGEND: There is a panel of a paramedic picking
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In celebration of the franchise’s 25th anniversary, Sailor Moon has lifted the curtain on a brand new series of musical projects. The biggest of three events so far announced will see the classic shoujo manga returning to the stage in summer 2019 with a revitalised edition of the classic musical. Meanwhile, idol group Nogizaka46 will
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After a three month shoot, it appears Sony’s Venom may have officially wrapped judging by an Instagram post from the film’s star, Tom Hardy. RELATED: Venom: Jenny Slate & Scott Haze’s Roles May Have Been Revealed Filming on the Tom Hardy-led Venom officially kicked off in October in Atlanta, and recently moved to San Francisco
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Coinciding with the announcement of the four-issue event series Justice League: No Justice, DC Comics has released a preview of Francis Manapul’s interior art. The official release includes a breakdown of the different Justice League teams that will be formed during the event. Three interior art pages were also included, depicting the Justice League’s battle
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Guillermo del Toro’s Oscar-nominated movie The Shape of Water has been levelled with accusations of plagiarism by the estate of an American author and playwright, Paul Zindel. RELATED: Del Toro’s The Shape of Water Earns 12 BAFTA Nominations David Zindel, the son of Pulitzer prize winner, recently issued a statement to The Guardian accusing del Toro’s
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