Month: June 2020

The show went on hiatus in April due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. With its return to the airwaves, the hotly anticipated Kara arc, which sees Boruto take on new duties in Valley Country, will begin on Jul. 19. Two additional cast members have been announced: Cho as the mysterious Victor, a Kara
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Turn on the lights and put the kids to bed, DC All Access is counting down the ten scariest moments from the DC Animated Movies! From Superman’s DIY brain surgery to Justice League Dark’s disturbing opening sequence to the most terrifying DC animated short that you may not have ever seen, these moments prove that
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When Swamp Thing debuted on DC Universe earlier this year, the series was immediately cancelled. The season, which had already been shortened due to production issues, would be the only season of the critically-acclaimed series. The show was too expensive to make, rumors has it, after Louisiana slashed production incentives, effectively increasing the out-of-pocket cost
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The convention circuit has essentially been at a standstill due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as social distancing guidelines rule out the large gatherings that usually come with comic and entertainment conventions. As a result, many have taken the idea of uniting the nerd community together online, including DC’s upcoming FanDome convention. The one-day event will
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Disney XD revealed today that two of its animated adventure series — DuckTales and Big Hero 6 — had their first crossover today, in a newly-released “Random Rings” short on YouTube. In the short, seen here, you can see Launchpad McQuack trying to order a pizza — and failing, as he somehow inadvertently calls Baymax,
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The Walking Dead‘s first big bad guy the Governor would “wipe the floor” with later villains Gregory (Xander Berkeley), Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and Alpha (Samantha Morton), according to former series star David Morrissey. The Governor, real name Philip Blake, antagonized Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and his band of apocalypse survivors in the third and
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Daily Planet intern Clark Kent takes learning-on-the-job to new extremes when Lobo and Parasite set their sights on Metropolis in Superman: Man of Tomorrow, available later in summer 2020 on Digital, 4K, Blu-ray & DVD. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, DC and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, Superman: Man of Tomorrow is the 41st film in
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Alison Brie regrets taking her role in Bojack Horseman. Diane Nguyen has come up a lot in the past week as many different actors have been reflecting about playing characters that weren’t their race. Bojack’s place in this debate has been a constant in the conversation about white actors portraying characters who don’t match their
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The Simpsons will not have white actors voicing non-white characters going forward. Fox announced the decision Friday afternoon with a simple statement. “Moving forward, ‘The Simpsons’ will no longer have white actors voice nonwhite characters,” they wrote. This move comes on the heels of a number of animated programs choosing to employ similar decisions. Family
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Returning to re-opened movie theaters amid a surge in COVID-19 cases is a “high-risk situation,” admit Avengers: Endgame directors Anthony and Joe Russo, who won’t be stepping foot into a theater for “the foreseeable future.” Warner Bros. and Christopher Nolan long planned for Tenet to welcome back moviegoers on July 17, but the twisty thriller
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The twice delayed Violet Evergarden: The Movie has announced a new release date of Sept. 18! A trailer featuring the theme song, “WILL” by anisong singer True, was released along with the announcement. [embedded content] Adapted from the series of light novels by Akatsuki Kana, the franchise revolves around the titular Violet Evergarden, a former
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Starring in a comic book adaptation comes with a number of practical complications, as the ornate costumes that look good in illustrations don’t always translate well to live-action, but Watchmen star Tim Blake Nelson recently detailed how wearing the mask to play Looking Glass altered his performance in unexpected ways and made his time on
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