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Suicide Squad Hell to Pay

“Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay” Gets a Trailer, and an R-rating

by Dan Collinson January 17, 2018
IGN has released the trailer for the upcoming DC Comics Animated Film Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay. According the new trailer it will be rated R for strong bloody violence throughout, sexual content, brief graphic nudity, and some drug material. The gang from Task Force X is back on a mission to retrieve a mystical […]
Suicide Squad Hell to Pay

Christian Slater Leads Voice Cast for “Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay”

by Dan Collinson January 13, 2018
The Hollywood Reporter reports that Christian Slater (Young Guns II, Pump Up the Volume, and Mr. Robot) will be the voice of Deadshot in the next DC Animated movie Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay. The new film features the gang from Task Force X risking their lives on a mission to retrieve a powerful mystical […]

Earle Hyman

Earle Hyman, Actor 1926-2017

by Dan Collinson November 20, 2017
The Hollywood Reporter reports that actor Earle Hyman passed away on Friday at the Lillian Booth Actors Home in Englewood, New Jersey. He was 91. Hyman was best known to TV audiences as Russell Huxtable on The Cosby Show, also appearing on the show’s spin-off A Different World. He was nominated for an Emmy award […]

Sabrina the Teenage Witch

A New “Sabrina” Series is in the Works on The CW

by Dan Collinson September 28, 2017
After the success of Riverdale, Superhero Hype reports that the CW will develop a new version of the Archie Comics character Sabrina The Teenage Witch with The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. The show would retail Sabrina’s origin being half-witch, half-mortal and dealing with evil forces that would threaten her, her family, and the daylight world. […]
Len Wein

Len Wein, Co-Creator of Wolverine and Swamp Thing, 1948 – 2017

by Dan Collinson September 13, 2017
Variety has reported that comic book writer Len Wein passed away Sunday at the age of 69. His cause of death at this time is unknown. Wein was born in New York City and started freelancing at DC Comics. The first comic he wrote was Teen Titans #18. Later on, he went to Marvel Comics […]

Top 10 Characters That Need a DC Animated Film

by Dan Collinson August 8, 2017
Can these heroes help save the DC Animated film franchise? Will we ever get to see them in action? I can’t believe this year marks the tenth anniversary that DC Comics has made animated films. Like you I have seen every film since Superman: Doomsday, and I’ll be looking forward to the upcoming Batman and […]
South Park

“South Park” Season 21 Premiere Date Pushed Back to September 13, 2017

by Dan Collinson July 29, 2017
The Hollywood Reporter has reported that the 21st season of Comedy Central’s hit show South Park will be pushed back to September 13, 2017, instead of August 23 as originally planned. According to creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, they wanted to get back to basics and do one-off episodes after satirizing the 2016 Presidential […]

Batman and Harley Quinn

SDCC 2017: Upcoming DC Animated Movies Announced for 2018

by Dan Collinson July 22, 2017
Superhero Hype reports that after the premiere of Batman and Harley Quinn at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, DC announced the next set of films for DC’s animated originals for 2018. The first will be Batman: Gotham by Gaslight, based on a classic Elseworlds story by Brian Augustyn and Mike Mignola (Creator of Hellboy). It […]
Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders Adam West

Adam West, TVs Batman 1928-2017

by Dan Collinson June 12, 2017
The Hollywood Reporter reported that actor Adam West has died from leukemia on Friday in his home in Los Angeles. He was 88. West was best known to TV audiences as the Caped Crusader on Batman in 1966 along with Burt Ward in the role of Robin. The show aired for three seasons. He also […]