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SDCC 2016: “Kong: Skull Island” Makes The Big Ape Bigger

SDCC 2016: “Kong: Skull Island” Makes The Big Ape Bigger

by Peter Paltridgeon July 23, 2016
It’s been eleven years since Peter Jackson put his stamp on King Kong by making everything ten times louder and ten times longer. (I’m not a fan of that one.) As far as the rotation of classic movie characters goes, I didn’t think we’d see Kong back so early (it’s only one president later, come […]
SDCC 2016: Darkness! No Parents! Lego Batman Trailer

SDCC 2016: Darkness! No Parents! Lego Batman Trailer

by Peter Paltridgeon July 23, 2016
Once Warner Bros. released both the first Wonder Woman trailer and the first scenes with the Justice League, we figured they were tapped out. Turned out they saved the best for last. It’s the first Lego Batman trailer! Will Arnett reprises his role from The Lego Movie as the Minifigure version of the Dark Knight, […]

SDCC 2016: First Released Footage From WB’s Justice League

SDCC 2016: First Released Footage From WB’s Justice League

by Peter Paltridgeon July 23, 2016
Wonder Woman isn’t the only movie getting early exposure at this year’s Comic-Con. Even though it’s a year and a half away, WB managed to put together a special prequel skit preceding the Justice League movie scheduled for the fall of 2017. The actual film hasn’t had a second of photography done — these scenes […]
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Here’s What Heroes To Expect From Justice League Action

by Peter Paltridgeon June 6, 2016
After a three-year complete absence of action cartoons, Cartoon Network is finally willing to give the genre another shot with Justice League Action this fall. In some ways your favorite DC heroes won’t be the same (episodes will be 11 minutes long, not 22) and in some ways they will be (Kevin Conroy is Batman […]

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This Week, DC Changes Its Logo Again

by Peter Paltridgeon May 17, 2016
Some things are just routine. You go to work. You wash your car. You do your laundry. And if you’re DC, you change your logo. Above is what DC will start branding its comics with, beginning with DC Universe Rebirth Special #1 on May 25. Unlike the last few, it’s got a deliberately retro punch, […]
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Harley Quinn Movie In Development At WB

by Peter Paltridgeon May 16, 2016
Warner Bros. is preparing to rev up their Harley in a big way. Suicide Squad, the feature film where Harley Quinn will make her movie debut, hasn’t even come out yet, but the studio is already looking beyond it, planning to spin off the Clown Princess of Crime into her own feature. Margot Robbie won’t […]

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The Rumors Are True: Supergirl Is Moving To The CW

by Peter Paltridgeon May 12, 2016
The announcement came from Warner Bros. Television this afternoon: Supergirl has been renewed for a second season, but that season will air on The CW, not CBS. Supergirl was originally pitched to The CW but they turned it down. While it registered as the #1 new CBS drama and the fourth most popular new show […]
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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, […]

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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 […]
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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 […]