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Supergirl Could Be Renewed, But Not In Its Present Form

by Peter Paltridgeon May 5, 2016
Supergirl, CBS’s big entry into the growing field of superhero TV, debuted strong last fall, but its numbers gradually settled into average territory. While those ratings would still good enough for any average CBS program, these aren’t ordinary circumstances — its price tag is around $3 million an episode. The more expensive a show is, […]

The Killing Joke

Release Dates Announced for “Batman: The Killing Joke” Animated Feature

by Dan Collinson May 5, 2016
Superhero Hype has reported that the upcoming DC Comics Animated Movie Batman: The Killing Joke will hit stores on August 2, 2016, and with availablity of the Digital HD version on July 23, 2016. Based on the graphic novel by Alan Moore (Swamp Thing, Watchmen) and Brian Bolland (2000AD, Judge Dredd, and many DC Comics […]

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Hollywood Launches Bidding War Over Pokemon Movie

by Peter Paltridgeon April 15, 2016
One of Hollywood’s Ten Commandments is Thou Shalt Make A Live-Action Movie Out of Every Children’s Property That Turns Twenty Years Of Age. The movie studios saw that “20” made of Pokemon that appeared in the Super Bowl ad. Guess what they want? Yes, the time has seemingly come for a live-action Pokemon motion picture […]

The Killing Joke

Animated “Batman: The Killing Joke” Gets an “R” Rating

by Ed Liuon April 15, 2016
WARNER BROS. HOME ENTERTAINMENT ACCEPTS MPAA “R” RATING FOR BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE All-New Animated DC Universe Original Movie to Authentically Reflect Best-Selling & Eisner Award-Winning Graphic Novel; First Non-PG/PG-13 Rated Film in 9-Year History of Franchise BURBANK, CA (April 15, 2016) – Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has accepted the MPAA’s “R” rating for its […]
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Warner Bros. Reveals Animated Movie Production Slate At CinemaCon

by Peter Paltridgeon April 13, 2016
Warner Bros. hasn’t dabbled much in feature animation, only entering the industry in short bursts throughout its history. But now it looks like they’re ready to give it another try. Spurred by the success of The Lego Movie, WB has announced a new production slate of CGI cartoon features, some of which have been revealed […]

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The Truth About Suicide Squad’s Reshoot

by Peter Paltridgeon April 13, 2016
Recently it was reported across the Net that DC’s Suicide Squad was being reshot due to a deceptive trailer making the movie look funnier and zanier than it really was. The story was that all the jokes in the film were contained in the first trailer. Then a NEW trailer came out mere days after […]
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Review: “Justice League vs. Teen Titans” – On Escaping Long Shadows

by Ed Liuon April 13, 2016
There are numerous anecdotes of DC Comics editors in the 1950’s and 60’s handing writers a cover and telling them to craft an issue’s story around it. At their best, you’d get a creative breakthrough where the final story felt like it was the basis for the cover rather than the other way around. Unfortunately, […]