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SDCC 2016: First Look At Amazon’s Take On The Tick

by Peter Paltridgeon July 21, 2016
Back when Amazon.com announced it wanted to get into the streaming channel business, one of the original shows it proposed was The Tick. Not the cartoon, but a live-action Tick. And not THAT live-action Tick, but a different one. Today we got our first big hint at what the third attempt to bring The Tick […]
Pokemon Live-Action Movie By Legendary Pictures Officially Greenlit

Pokemon Live-Action Movie By Legendary Pictures Officially Greenlit

by Peter Paltridgeon July 20, 2016
There was already a fierce bidding war over which movie studio would get the rights to harvest the latest property old enough to generate nostalgia (Pokemon), but events of the past month have accelerated the process. The recent phenomenon known as Pokemon Go lit a fire under the seats of execs and a deal was […]

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Walking Dead Creator Adapting Chronicles of Amber into TV Series

by Eileen Cruzon July 20, 2016
Chronicles of Amber is being adapted for television by The Walking Dead creator, Robert Kirkman and Skybound Entertainment’s David Alpert. The series is cited as the inspiration for George R.R. Martin’s Game of Thrones. The Chronicles of Amber is a series of ten fantasy novels written by Roger Zelazny. They were released between 1970 and […]
SDCC2015: The CW Presents A New Superhero Cartoon, "Vixen"

“Vixen” Season 2 to Host Guest Stars from “Arrow,” “Flash,” and “Legends of Tomorrow”

by Ed Liuon July 20, 2016
The San Diego Comic-Con 2016 edition of TV Guide reports that several guest stars are on their way to the animated series Vixen for its second season. The report states that Arrow star Stephen Amell and Flash star Grant Gustin will reprise their roles as Green Arrow and the Flash, respectively, but they will be […]

The Secret Life of Pets

“Secret Life of Pets” Tops “Ghostbusters” at Box Office; “Finding Dory” Becomes Top-Grossing Animated Feature Ever

by Ed Liuon July 18, 2016
Universal/Illumination Entertainment’s The Secret Life of Pets took the top spot at the box office in its second week of release with ticket sales totaling $50.56 million (estimated), beating out the remake of Ghostbusters which took an estimated $46 million in its premiere weekend. And just below The Legend of Tarzan in the #3 spot […]
New Suicide Squad Trailer Brings The Crazy

Virtually Join The Suicide Squad At SDCC 2016

by Peter Paltridgeon July 15, 2016
Here’s another reason to be jealous of people who live close enough to make it to San Diego Comic Con: attendees will get the chance to strap on virtual reality goggles and experience part of the Suicide Squad movie from first-person. This unique way to view the film will be part of a larger Suicide […]

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2016 Emmy Nominees: “Archer,” “Bob’s Burgers,” “Phineas & Ferb,” “South Park,” and “The Simpsons” Vie for Best Animated Program

by Ed Liuon July 14, 2016
The 68th Emmy Award Nominees have been announced, with the following categories featuring an animated program in contention: OUTSTANDING ANIMATED PROGRAM Archer, “The Figgis Agency” Bob’s Burgers, “The Horse Rider-Er” Phineas and Ferb Last Day of Summer South Park, “You’re Not Yelping” The Simpsons, “Halloween of Horror” OUTSTANDING SHORT FORM ANIMATED PROGRAM Adventure Time, “Hall […]
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Fox And Marvel Pursue Mutant-Related TV Series

by Peter Paltridgeon July 13, 2016
Do you enjoy Batman Minus Batman, Fox’s crime drama now going into its third season? Then you might be interested in X-Men Minus X-Men, which the network is currently developing in cooperation with 20th Century Fox (who still owns the movie and TV rights to Marvel’s “mutant” idea as long as they continue to exercise […]

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What Is Kid Flash Going To Look Like? Here’s Your Answer…

by Alex Beanon July 12, 2016
Just a few days ahead of 2016 Comic Con in San Diego [where they plan to have a panel on Saturday, July 23] The CW has released an image of what Kid Flash (Keiynan Lonsdale) – the teen sidekick to Big Boy Flash (Grant Gustin) – will look like in the upcoming premiere of The […]
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Noel Neill, TV’s Lois Lane, 1920 – 2016

by Ed Liuon July 5, 2016
Actor Noel Neill passed away at the age of 95 on Sunday, July 3, 2016, at her home in Tuscon, AZ, after a long illness. She was best known as the first screen Lois Lane, bringing the intrepid comic book reporter to life first opposite Kirk Alyn’s Clark Kent/Superman in 1948 in Columbia Superman movie […]