Watch The Second And Final Trailer For Netflix’s Jessica Jones

Watch The Second And Final Trailer For Netflix’s Jessica Jones

by Peter Paltridgeon November 10, 2015
Marvel’s new Netflix series, the awaited follow-up to the critical smash Daredevil, will be live for your streaming pleasure in about ten days. The company has released their second trailer for the series, which will probably be their last. If you’ve been keeping up with this show, you likely know Jessica (Krysten Ritter) is a […]


Activision Launches Studio For Film And TV Adaptions Of Its Properties

by Peter Paltridgeon November 6, 2015
Is Activision a big spender this week or what? They just threw down 5.9 billion dollars to buy phone game maker King, and now they’ve announced the formation of an entire movie studio. While most game companies license their characters to established production companies to get their properties on the big screen, that’s not how […]


Activision Blizzard Unveils Hollywood Movie Studio

by Alex Beanon November 6, 2015
Fresh on the heels of their purchase of mobile game sensation “Candy Crush”, Activision Blizzard has announced that they intend to get into the television series and moviemaking business with their new creatively-named Activision Blizzard Studios that will produce feature films based on their franchise video games such as “Call of Duty”, “StarCraft”, “Diablo” and […]


Sony PlayStation Vue Gets Disney And ESPN

by Alex Beanon November 5, 2015
Sony PlayStation’s internet television streaming service dubbed Vue has finally struck a deal with ABC, which means ABC, Disney and ESPN channels and networks will all now become available through the service. Sony PlayStation Vue is currently available for users on both the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 gaming consoles, as well as tablets and […]


Review: “Toy Story that Time Forgot” Blu-ray Presents Another Variation on a Theme

by Ed Liuon November 4, 2015
Toy Story that Time Forgot is the second (and, for the foreseeable future, last) TV special that spun out of Disney/Pixar’s Toy Story franchise, and is ostensibly their contribution to the array of Christmas cartoons that can fill airtime close to the end of the year. However, its ties to the holiday are tenuous at […]
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New Star Trek TV Series In Development

by Peter Paltridgeon November 2, 2015
It took Paramount long enough, but the Star Trek franchise is finally returning to the place of its birth — television — with a new series. The studio announced today that a new voyage would be launched in January of 2017, with Alex Kurtzman producing. This will not affect the development of the next Star […]