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Review: “Digimon Adventure Tri: Reunion” – Prodigious! This Digi-Movie is a Digi-Blast!

by Neo Yion May 25, 2017
Previously considered cult classics tucked away in the back of VHS stores in the “Foreign” section, anime reached broader range in the mid-90s, with the gateway drug for many being the money-making monstrosity that is the Pokémon franchise. Its pop cultural impact cannot be understated, so it should not be a surprise that FOX Kids […]

Review: “Boruto: Naruto the Movie” – The Kids Are (Mostly) Alright

by macattackon May 24, 2017
WARNING: Spoilers for the end of the Naruto manga and the Naruto Shippuden anime series are placed throughout this review. This is unavoidable due to Boruto‘s subject matter. This is your only warning. It’s hard to believe that the Naruto manga had ended back in 2014. It seems like the franchise has never truly left us, since the Naruto Shippuden anime kept going […]

The Third trailer For Spider-Man: Homecoming

by Alex Beanon May 24, 2017
Here is the third trailer for your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man and “Spider-Man: Homecoming” movie currently scheduled to be released on July 7, 2017… Be our first to comment

Gal Gadot Talks About How She Got The Wonder Woman Role

by Alex Beanon May 24, 2017
Gal Gadot recounts how she got the role of “Wonder Woman” on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”… Be our first to comment

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Viz Media Will Show Off A Live-Action “Death Note” This Summer

by Peter Paltridgeon May 22, 2017
Viz Media’s booth at the 2017 Licensing Expo will be highlighting the various properties they own the US licenses for — Jojo, Hunter Hunter, all things Naruto — but their big presentation this year will be the live-action adaption of Death Note, set to premiere on Netflix this summer. For the uninitiated, Death Note follows […]
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“In This Corner Of The World” Coming To US Theaters August 11

by Peter Paltridgeon May 18, 2017
Director Sunao Katabuch’s award-winning historical drama, In This Corner Of The World, will be screened theatrically in the US thanks to Funimation and Shout Factory. The anime movie follows Suzu, a fictional housewife who lives in a coastal city not far from Hiroshima. The time is World War II and when Hiroshima is felled by […]

The Emoji Movie Cannot Be Stopped

by Peter Paltridgeon May 16, 2017
Today the big trailer for Sony’s Emoji Movie was unveiled during a special nautical event at the Cannes Film Festival. A big pier in front of the historic Carlton Hotel was decked out with emoji-related decorations and people dancing around in round yellow costumes. T.J. Miller, who voices one of the main characters, parachuted onto […]
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Powers Boothe, Actor, 1948 – 2017

by Dan Collinson May 15, 2017
Superhero Hype has reported that actor Powers Boothe passed away on Sunday in his sleep from natural causes. He was 68. Boothe’s credits include the TV shows Phillip Marlowe, Private Eye, Deadwood, 24, Nashville, Hatfields & McCoys, and Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. His film credits include Red Dawn, Tombstone, Nixon, The Avengers, and was best […]

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“Your Name” Comes To Japanese Blu-Ray July 26

by Peter Paltridgeon May 11, 2017
Your Name, a body-swapping animated drama, is now one of the most successful films in Japanese history, grossing 24.94 billion yen. It’s become the most successful anime movie ever made, breaking the record previously held by Spirited Away. Over the past five weeks Your Name has been playing in select American theaters (in both dub […]
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The Next Hellboy Movie Will Be A Reboot Starring David Harbour

by Peter Paltridgeon May 9, 2017
The good news is, Hollywood is finally moving forward with plans for another Hellboy movie; the bad news is, it’s probably not the one you were hoping for. In 2004 director Guillermo Del Toro created the original Hellboy movie, starring Ron Perlman in a red suit. It became a box office hit and one of […]