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SDCC 2016: Watch The First Wonder Woman Trailer

by Peter Paltridgeon July 23, 2016
If you couldn’t believe it until you saw it, you can believe it now. Wonder Woman is truly getting her own movie, and the definitive proof was released by WB today. This is the first trailer…. The movie’s story opens traditionally, with soldier Steve Trevor parachuting onto the island of Themyscira and being rescued by […]
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SDCC 2016: Will Arnett’s Live From Comic-Con Recap — Day 2

by Peter Paltridgeon July 23, 2016
Will Arnett’s been hosting a live Comic-Con open-air panel outside the con itself since it began. If you get the SyFy channel, you can watch the presentation nightly at 8/7 Central. Day two began with panelists Jaime Alexander, Yvette Nicole Brown, and Derek Waters talking about the Con’s hottest topics – “Wonder Woman’s” poster release […]

SDCC 2016: Cartoon Network Clip-O-Rama

by Peter Paltridgeon July 23, 2016
Over the past 24 hours Cartoon Network has been slipping clips from upcoming episodes of Adventure Time, Regular Show, Steven Universe, We Bare Bears and The Powerpuff Girls online, plus advance clips from the new Ben 10 cartoon, and Mighty Magiswords, the TV screen debut of Mighty Kyle Carrozza! Here’s a big chunk of an […]

SDCC 2016: Once Upon A Time Casts Jafar Again

by Peter Paltridgeon July 23, 2016
If you haven’t watched Once Upon A Time in a while, you’re in good company — the show has become a complete narrative mess. And it’s about to get messier….ABC announced today they have cast the character of Jafar, who will appear in Season 6. Unfortunately, they seem to have forgotten they cast Jafar already. […]

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SDCC 2016: Why Trey And Matt Won’t Make A South Park Episode About Pokemon Go

by Peter Paltridgeon July 23, 2016
Trey Parker and Matt Stone, creators, writers and voices behind the long-running satirical series South Park, appeared at Comic-Con today to discuss the upcoming 20th season, their new video game and what subjects they might go after this fall. One of them, however, won’t be Pokemon Go despite how saturated the current culture is with […]

SDCC 2016: There’s A Lot Of Sonic Speeding Your Way

by Peter Paltridgeon July 23, 2016
Sonic turned 25 last June. Oddly we didn’t hear a peep from Sega at E3, but perhaps they were getting everything ready for Comic-Con. Today at SDCC Sega announced TWO new Sonic games, and also confirmed a second season of Sonic Boom is in development. (Don’t worry….neither of these games are a continuation of the […]

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SDCC 2016: Secrets Of The iZombie Panel

by Peter Paltridgeon July 23, 2016
The iZombie panel took place a few hours ago at SDCC. In attendance were executive producers Diane Ruggiero-Wright and Rob Thomas, Rose McIver (Liv Moore), Aly Michalka (Peyton), Rahul Kohli (Ravi), David Anders (Blaine) and Malcolm Goodwin (Clive), and we got a lot more info on the upcoming season than we did from the small interview video yesterday. […]

SDCC 2016: Kristen Bell Considering Veronica Mars Miniseries

by Peter Paltridgeon July 23, 2016
In 2014 the many fans of Veronica Mars rallied together on Kickstarter and singlehandedly funded a feature film resolution to the cult classic series starring Kristen Bell. Now Bell says Veronica’s story isn’t quite over yet. In an interview with TV Line, Kristen admitted she and executive producer/creator Rob Thomas have been talking about finding […]

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SDCC 2016: Greg Rucka’s “Black Magick” Being Adapted For Series

by Peter Paltridgeon July 22, 2016
The timetable between when a graphic novel is written and the time somebody tries to make a TV show out of it is narrowing rapidly. Greg Rucka is a respected comic writer, but it took years for the last Hollywood adaption based on one of his properties to get out the door (a Kate Beckinsale […]

SDCC 2016: A Taste Of Rick & Morty Season 3

by Peter Paltridgeon July 22, 2016
Dan Harmon, Justin Roiland and the gang still won’t commit to a release date, or even a vague window, for Rick and Morty Season 3. Apparently the reason is because the new batch of episodes are still under heavy production and determining their date of completion isn’t possible at this time. Harmon has added that […]