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CBS Orders "Supergirl" Live Action TV Series

by Todd DuBoison September 19, 2014
CBS has given a series commitment to a television show centered on DC Comics’ Supergirl character, per Deadline Friday morning. The deal for the pickup was closed Thursday evening, on the heels of the project being pitched to the broadcast networks on Wednesday September 17th. News of the series’ development first broke early this month. […]
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"Adventure Time: The Complete Fourth Season" on Blu-ray and DVD October 7, 2014

by Ed Liuon September 11, 2014
Cartoon Network to Release Adventure Time: The Complete Fourth Season on Blu-ray™ and DVD Bonus Features on Full Season Set Include Exclusive Featurette on ‘The Music of Adventure Time,’ Commentaries for all 26 Episodes and Much More Cartoon Network today unveiled the highly-anticipated Blu-ray™ and DVD release of Adventure Time: The Complete Fourth Season. Available […]

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Netflix Grabs Gotham Rights

by Alex Beanon September 4, 2014
Fox’s comic book-based television drama series “Gotham” has yet to air and already Netflix has snagged the rights to the series after its initial broadcast run. Netflix made the deal with Warner Bros – who is distributing the series – for just under $2 million per episode in the USA. “Gotham” focuses on the Batman […]

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Warner Bros Acme Feature Film Moving Forward

by Alex Beanon August 28, 2014
In what has to be categorized as possibly the best news of the week for cartoon fans, Warner Bros has indicated they will be moving forward with their planned “Acme” feature film project by announcing the hiring of writers Ashley Miller and Zack Stentz [“X-Men: First Class”] for the project. Although the film will not […]

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Benedict Cumberbatch Joins Jungle Book Cast

by Alex Beanon August 19, 2014
As expected, Benedict Cumberbatch was tabbed to provide the voice of the evil tiger, Shere Khan, for the rebooted “The Jungle Book” movie. – the Warner Bros. version. Cumberbatch is the first cast role for the film with Andy Serkis [“Rise of the Planet of the Apes”] making his directorial debut. George Sanders voiced Shere […]
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Review: Madness Reigns in "Batman: Assault on Arkham"

by Ed Liuon August 15, 2014
In the 1980’s, John Ostrander and Kim Yale revived DC’s Suicide Squad as a team comic book starring second-string supervillains performing plausibly deniable black bag covert operations for the government in exchange for reduced sentences. The title proved early on that its title was not a figure of speech — members of the Squad could […]