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Son Of Zorn Coming To Fox This Fall

Son Of Zorn Coming To Fox This Fall

by Alex Beanon May 18, 2016
“Son of Zorn”, featuring the voice of Jason Sudeikis as Zorn, an animated He-Man-like warrior dude who leaves his remote Pacific Island home and returns to Orange County in California to reclaim his live-action wife and teenage son, is set to debut on Fox this autumn…[Zorn is no relation to former Seattle Seahawks’ quarterback Jim […]
Ready For Another Ghostbusters Trailer?

Ready For Another Ghostbusters Trailer?

by Peter Paltridgeon May 18, 2016
Sony released a new Ghostbusters trailer this morning — the one with the all-female Busters and the male Janine. Let’s address the elephant in the room here first — the original trailer than Sony put out was….not exactly embraced. And even though this trailer’s a bit better than the last one, it’s not likely to […]

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Arrested Development’s Stair Car Is Hidden In Captain America: Civil War

by Peter Paltridgeon May 18, 2016
So I’m sitting in the theater, watching Captain America: Civil War like every other American did last week. Tony Stark makes a speech, gets depressed because Pepper’s name wasn’t taken out of the teleprompter, and walks offstage. Then Dean Pelton from Community shows up and starts yammering to Tony Stark. I can’t remember what he […]
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Harley Quinn Movie In Development At WB

by Peter Paltridgeon May 16, 2016
Warner Bros. is preparing to rev up their Harley in a big way. Suicide Squad, the feature film where Harley Quinn will make her movie debut, hasn’t even come out yet, but the studio is already looking beyond it, planning to spin off the Clown Princess of Crime into her own feature. Margot Robbie won’t […]

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Review: “Deadpool” Blu-ray – A Fun, Vulgar Take on the Superhero Origin Formula

by James Harveyon May 13, 2016
From the very first frame, Deadpool positions itself as something different: a brash, loud and crude action-comedy superhero movie that offers something different. But, really, it’s the same superhero origin movie we’ve been seeing for years now, though it skillfully uses a distorted narrative, crude humor, and solid set pieces to cover up those well-known […]
ABC Cancels Agent Carter, Replaces It With Sitcom About Talking Dog

ABC Cancels Agent Carter, Replaces It With Sitcom About Talking Dog

by Peter Paltridgeon May 12, 2016
This announcement hasn’t been entirely unexpected, but it smarts all the same. ABC has cancelled Marvel’s Agent Carter after anemic ratings in its second season. TZ did all it could to spread awareness — if you ignored our pleas to watch this appealing and stylistic series, don’t blame us. The show was expected to be […]

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The CW Announces Archie Series “Riverdale”

by Peter Paltridgeon May 12, 2016
The CW announced this afternoon it has picked up “Riverdale” to series, which was a pilot centered around everyteen Archie Andrews and his universe thereof. Based on the teenage humor comic that’s been around supermarket checkout racks since the 40’s, the cast of this new interpretation includes KJ Apa as Archie, Lili Reinhart as Betty, […]
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The Rumors Are True: Supergirl Is Moving To The CW

by Peter Paltridgeon May 12, 2016
The announcement came from Warner Bros. Television this afternoon: Supergirl has been renewed for a second season, but that season will air on The CW, not CBS. Supergirl was originally pitched to The CW but they turned it down. While it registered as the #1 new CBS drama and the fourth most popular new show […]

Assassin’s Creed Is Getting A Movie, And The First Trailer’s Out

Assassin’s Creed Is Getting A Movie, And The First Trailer’s Out

by Peter Paltridgeon May 12, 2016
Just like the Spanish Inquisition, no one expects an Assassin’s Creed movie — until it flips down from out of nowhere and sneaks up from behind you. The first trailer for the feature film adaptation of Ubisoft’s game franchise made its debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, and we’ve got it here too: Michael […]
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William Schallert, Actor, 1922 – 2016

by Ed Liuon May 10, 2016
Veteran character actor William Schallert passed away on Sunday, May 8, 2016, at the age of 93. His career spanned for more than 6 decades, earning credits on stage, screens large and small, and in voice-over. He was born on July 6, 1922, in Los Angeles, CA, shifting his career goal from composer to actor […]