Star Wars Rebels Final Episodes

The end is nigh for Star Wars Rebels: the show’s final episodes will begin on February 19, leading up to a 90-minute conclusion on March 5. Details about the final Star Wars Rebels episodes have been released, to prepare you for the end. More on the final Star Wars Rebels episodes, including a new trailer, below.

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Toy Story 4 writer

Toy Story 4 is scheduled to hit theaters next year, but is that even possible at this point? The highly-anticipated sequel has just now added a writer, and depending on how much has to be written for the film, there’s a strong indication that the film might be delayed. More on the new Toy Story 4 writer below.

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2018 Visual Effects Society Awards

Say what you will about 2017, but last year’s crop of movies was pretty damn good overall, and that high bar of quality is reflected in the nominees for the 16th annual VES Awards. Nearly 3,400 artists, producers, technologists, and entertainment industry workers narrowed down the movies that best represented outstanding achievements in visual effects, and Blade Runner 2049 and War for the Planet of the Apes ended up tying for the highest number of feature film nominations. Meanwhile, HBO’s Game of Thrones leads the pack in terms of television programs, and the fantasy series earned the most overall nominations. See the major nominees for the 2018 Visual Effects Society Awards below.
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Disney movie photos

Walt Disney Studios has unveiled a handful of new images from the studio’s slate of upcoming films, attaching new photos for films like Ant-Man and the Wasp, Black Panther, Wreck-It Ralph 2, and more in a press release. Take a closer look at all of the new photos below.
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Solo Synopsis

Disney has released their 2018 preview kit and much of what it contains won’t be new to movie fans who regularly peruse the internet. However, the two synopses provided for Solo: A Star Wars Story and Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 are new and offer some insight into each movie’s story. You can check them out below.

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Superman Red Son Movie

While the DC Extended Universe on the big screen is having some difficulty finding solid ground to stand on, the DC Universe Animated Original Movies series appears to be moving along with great success. After 11 years of adapting comic book storylines into animated movies, Warner Bros. Animation and DC Comics have created a cool animated universe for their superheroes. And there’s a chance one of the more revered comic book arcs might be next on the docket to become a DC Universe Animated movie.

Imagine a world where the Kryptonian baby Kal-El didn’t land on the Kent family farm in Kansas. Instead, what would have happened if Kal-El grew up to become Superman after being raised in the Soviet Union? That’s exactly what the comic storyline Superman: Red Son imagines, and now DC Universe Animated executive producer Bruce Timm hopes it will be the next story to get the animated film treatment. Read More »

Hulu - March of the Penguins Sequel

Joel Stillerman, Chief Content Officer at Hulu, opened the steaming service’s Television Critics Association panels with a series of announcements about upcoming new projects, including a March of the Penguins sequel, a Catch-22 series starring George Clooney, and a deal with Blumhouse Television for the anthology horror series we heard about recently. Read More »

The Problem with Apu

Last year, comedian Hari Kondabolu released a documentary called The Problem with Apu, addressing problems the titular character from The Simpsons, a convenience store owner of Indian-American descent. Hank Azaria, who voices Apu, was on a Television Critics Association panel for season two of his IFC series Brockmire when he was asked about the documentary. Azaria was grateful for the chance to respond, but does it mean The Simpsons will make any changes to the character?

Find out what Hank Azaria had to say about The Simpsons Apu problem below. Read More »

Constantine trailer

Warner Brothers digital studio Blue Ribbon Content held a panel for the Television Critics Association to introduce the press group to some of the original content they produce for digital platforms. The DC animated universe grows with Freedom Fighters: The Ray and a Constantine animated series, picking up where the short-lived NBC series left off.

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teen titans go to the movies trailer

Finally, a Teen Titans movie. Except er, it’s Teen Titans Go! And there’s a 15-second fart joke that takes up one-third of this trailer. And they all have their own customized Wonder Woman costumes.

I guess that’s the price us long-suffering Teen Titans fans have to pay to see Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, Raven, and Beast Boy in their original team incarnation on the big screen. How did such a good, character-centric animated series build a legacy that resulted in people seeing this team for the first time as these hyperactive caricatures? Anyways, here’s the trailer for the Teen Titans Go! To The Movies feature film.

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