Posted on Wednesday, September 24th, 2014 by Angie Han
Laika isn’t making a sequel to The Boxtrolls, because it just doesn’t want to. Which is not something we hear a lot around these parts. Also after the jump:
- Check out concept art from the Maze Runner follow-up
- The Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters 2 script is in…
- … but no one’s called Jeremy Renner about it yet
- Michael K. Williams plans to return for The Purge 3
- Night at the Museum 3 gets an Escher-inspired poster
- Here’s how you can win a spot in Magic Mike XXL
- Robert Forster will be back for Better Call Saul
- The Conjuring spinoff Annabelle reveals more pics
- The original I Spit On Your Grave is getting a sequel
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Want to see the first piece of licensing for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice? How about some more set photos from Avengers: Age of Ultron? How is the Russian poster for Guardians of the Galaxy different from the domestic one? Which is the first actor coming back for Heroes: Reborn? Could Martian Manhunter still be in Justice League? What happens when you play The Dark Knight score over Harry Potter? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
Does Jesse Eisenberg like the script for Batman vs. Superman? How much would you pay for the first Wolverine drawing ever? Wants to read a synopsis of Heroes: Reborn? Will Aaron Taylor-Johnson consider a Kick-Ass 3? Are there X-Men: Days of Future Past Twinkies (you read that right)? And what went into the Amazing Spider-Man 2 IMAX poster? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
HBC canceled Heroes in 2010, but if you read comic books, you know that superheroes are never dead. They always return somehow, usually as part of a event series which is marketed to make a few extra bucks. And this is no different.
NBC and Tim Kring have announced a new 13 episode miniseries called Heroes Reborn coming in 2015. Sound slike NBC is following Fox’s plan of limited event series. It might also help that the Marvel Cinematic Universe blew up since the show’s departure. Marvel fans have been mostly disappointed with Agents of SHIELD, and I’m sure NBC ‘s show hopes to be able to deliver superhero action that ABC has yet to.
They wouldn’t reveal many details, stating only that “we won’t rule out the possibility of some of the show’s original cast members popping back in.” NBC will also be launching a digital series (read: webseries) prior to the premiere that will “introduce the characters and new storylines.” Read the full press release after the jump, along with a short teaser trailer.
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