Month: August 2018

Master Chief is back in the fight front and center in Showtime’s Halo adaptation. While presenting for the network at a Television Critics Association (TCA) press event, Showtime President and CEO David Nevins revealed the upcoming adaptation of the popular video game shooter will feature multiple protagonists including fan-favorite character John-117, better known to players as
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With Batwoman poised to make her grand debut in the Arrowverse this December, The CW President Mark Pedowitz has provided an update on the production of her own spinoff TV series. “Greg [Berlanti] is in early stages of development at this point,” revealed Pedowitz in an interview with Deadline. “We’ll do a pilot for mid-season,
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Stan Lee an almost-ubiquitous figure at comic conventions around the globe, appearing on panels and signing comic books and other memorabilia. However, in recent years the aging Marvel Comics legends has begun to lighten his schedule, reducing the number of convention appearances in the United States, and ending visits to Canada and Europe. Now it
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Popular anime Code Geass has announced that Code Geass: Lelouch of the Resurrection, an original sequel to its compilation movie trilogy, is set to premiere in Feb. 2019! A visual featuring the mysterious C.C. and a 30-second video have been released as teasers, with the latter having premiered on commercial displays in Akihabara, Shinjuku and
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Angels of Death is a psychological horror-adventure game created by Hoshikuzu KRNKRN. First released as freeware through Den-fami Nico Game Magazine in 2015, it is increasing in popularity, having been adapted into a hit manga as well as a TV anime and fittingly, a terrifying haunted house! While previous years’ versions were held at Makuhari
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A new tribute and pseudo-trailer for Avengers: Infinity War in the style of last year’s Logan is making the rounds to coincide with film’s digital release. The video centers on highlights of Thanos from the Avengers film and features the song “Hurt” by Johnny Cash, just like one of the trailers for the reputedly final Wolverine
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Fans of Young Justice have been getting excited for the surprising new season of the fan-favorite DC teen superhero show. Now, the creators behind the series have revealed which comics viewers should check out before the series returns. During an interview with Comicbook.com at Comic-Con International in San Diego, series co-creator Greg Weisman (Gargoyles) said “Batman and
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Hayao Miyazaki’s Princess Mononoke is one of the greatest animated films of all time and artist Jim Lee has provided his own version of the titular character from the film. During a live Twitch stream this past Sunday, Lee illustrated San, also known as the eponymous Princess Mononoke, from the Miyazaki classic. The 1997 Japanese film
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A great deal of what has made Venom such a major success over the years has been the design of the character that his co-creator, Todd McFarlane, gave the character back when he debuted in Amazing Spider-Man #299 (Venom’s other creator, David Michelinie, came up with both Eddie Brock and the concept of the symbiote
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When writer Charles Soule and artist Steve McNiven reintroduce Logan to the Marvel Universe in the Return of Wolverine, his newly-titled #HotClaws won’t be the only new addition. Soule revealed in an interview with CBR the primary villain for the miniseries will be a new antagonist named Persephone. When asked if Return of Wolverine will be told through Logan’s
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Earlier this year, it was announced that FX and Marvel were no longer moving forward with their plans for an animated Deadpool series. Now, the Chief Executive Officer for FX, John Landgraf, has commented on the show’s demise. The initial reasoning behind the cancellation was revealed to be due to creative differences between all parties.
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Engines at full, Patrick Stewart is returning to the role that made him an international superstar on Star Trek. After months of speculation, Stewart confirmed through his Twitter account that he is indeed making it so and reprising his role as Captain Jean-Luc Picard. While the specifics of his return after still unknown, the project
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There’s a double whammy of American Horror Story news as FX confirms a tenth season of the horror anthology has already been ordered and that Jessica Lange will return for the upcoming American Horror Story: Apocalypse. Starting back in 2011 with American Horror Story: Murder House, the show has charted everything from insane asylums to haunted hotels, freak shows
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Apart from Solo: A Star Wars Story‘s underwhelming performance at the box office, the recent entries in the Star Wars universe have all gone on to gross over $1 billion globally, with 2015’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens taking the top spot at just over $2 billion. However, when looking at the box office numbers of the four films within
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John Landgraf, CEO of FX Networks and Productions, announced today the network is picking up Devs, a new mini-series for 2019 by Ex Machina writer and director Alex Garland. Garland will executive produce with his Annihilation and Ex Machina collaborators Eli Bush and Scott Rudin as well as Andrew Macdonald and Allon Reich of DNA
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The fourth season of FX’s hit crime drama series Fargo just added some major, if unexpected, talent to its lineup. It was announced today that actor and comedian Chris Rock will play a crime boss in the upcoming season, which is slated to begin production in 2019. The fourth season of Fargo will chart an
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