Tonight, DC Universe and partners The CW have unveiled new key art and episode stills for the upcoming premiere of Stargirl. The series was recently announced to shift its premiere date back to May 18 on DC Universe with the pilot episode airing 24hrs later on The CW.Read more
Just when we though we knew exactly which movies to get excited for when lockdown finally ends, Sony Pictures has announced that is moving much of its upcoming slate including Jared Leto’s Morbius, Tom Holland’s ill-fated Uncharted and Ghostbusters: Afterlife.Read more
The final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars is finally airing on Disney+ after getting cancelled toward the end of the animated series’ original run. In 2008, the series introduced a young character who is now a beloved fan-favorite among most Star Wars fans. That character is none other than Ahsoka Tano, voiced by actress Ashley Eckstein. We were recently lucky enough to chat with Eckstein herself about The Clone Wars, her books, and more! Check out the full interview below!Read more
During these uncertain times the comic book industry is taking a major financial hit due to the shut down of stores across the globe. Last week Diamond Distributors confirmed it would also cease shipping of all products until such time as it is safe to begin normal business activities.Read more
As we start another week under the restrictions of the Coronavirus pandemic we though we all needed something to smile about. So today we’re taking a deep dive on the amazing opening sequence from Warner Bros. Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn).Read more
VIVARIUM will be released in UK and Irish cinemas and on digital March 27th 2020 courtesy of Vertigo Releasing.Read more
Paramount Pictures has debuted our first look at the upcoming animated adventure movie Rumble. The film takes place in world where monster wrestling is a global sport and monsters are superstar athletes. Check out the first full trailer below!Read more
Amazon Prime has debuted a new behind the scenes video delving deep in to the world of upcoming sci-fi series Tales From The Loop. From executive producer Matt Reeves and based on the acclaimed art of Swedish artist Simon Stålenhag, Tales from the Loop explores the town and people who live above “The Loop,” a machine built to unlock and explore the mysteries of the universe.Read more
The DC UNIVERSE streaming platform has surprised fans by adding a sixth episode to its original mini-series DC UNIVERSE All Star Games: The Breakfast League. Airing on Friday, April 3, the digital subscription service also announced that the entire mini-series will be available free to fans that same day. Originally slated for five episodes, the show’s surprise sixth episode will now serve as the finale first installment of the anthology series.
Streaming exclusively on DC UNIVERSE, the first season of DC UNIVERSE All Star Games features a nostalgic role-playing adventure, The Breakfast League, from Executive Producers Freddie Prinze, Jr. and Sam Witwer. DC HEROES, the famous 80’s post-crisis role-playing game, sets the stage for the first season in which Vanessa Marshall, Claire Grant and WWE superstar Xavier Woods also join as players. The five players role-play as a group of high schoolers from the 80’s stuck in Saturday detention. As they improv their way through a variety of situations familiar to beloved 80’s movies, they soon discover their destinies as the world’s greatest super-heroes.
DC UNIVERSE members can catch up on the first five episodes now on DC UNIVERSE and can catch the conclusion to the cast’s exciting adventure on April 3. Also starting on April 3, fans outside of DC UNIVERSE can view the first episode for free and register to view the rest of the series without payment.