Posted on Tuesday, February 21st, 2017 by Angie Han
It’s been a full 16 months since the last episode of Rick and Morty, and as of now we still don’t know when we’ll see the show again. There were some optimistic rumblings that season 3 could premiere by the end of 2016, but that garbage year has already come and gone. On the bright side, though, a 2017 premiere date is looking more and more realistic.
Rick and Morty season 3 has officially entered production, and it’s celebrating by trolling fans. A new video has gone up promising the opening scene. What it actually is is… something else. Watch it below. Read More »
Co-creator Dan Harmon, Adult Swim, and all involved with the wonderful Rick & Morty were hoping season three would premiere towards the end of 2016. It was just a prediction (no premiere was ever set), but 2016 came and went without any more episodes of the acclaimed science fiction comedy series. Season three is still without a premiere date, which Harmon blames himself for.
Below, Harmon discusses Rick and Morty season three.
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We’re still waiting to find out when Rick and Morty will return to Adult Swim for their third season, though we do have a small idea of what to expect thanks to an unfinished sneak preview from a little while back. For those who are still desperately waiting to get schwifty again with the universe’s most insane grandfather and grandson duo, we have something to hold you over.
This past weekend, Gallery 1988 opened a special Rick and Morty artwork exhibition, and all of the artwork is now online for you to check out yourself. There are even some pieces that are still available for purchase. Read More »
Even though we heard earlier this year that Adult Swim would bring new episodes of Rick and Morty to air before the end of 2016, that potential redemption for this awful year just won’t be coming through. Instead, Rick and Morty‘s third season is coming sometime in 2017, and while we don’t have a premiere date set yet, we do have a few minutes of footage from the new season to hold us over.
About a week and a half ago, a live stream allowed users to check out an Adult Swim “Development Meeting” that featured sneak peeks of upcoming shows in 2017, and that included this Rick and Morty season 3 sneak peek. Somehow it went unnoticed this whole time, but we have it now, and that’s all that matters. However, if you watch the video below, beware of NSFW language since it’s entirely uncensored at this time. Read More »
Fans of Rick and Morty are patiently waiting to see if the third season of the show really premieres on Adult Swim before the end of the year, which is what we heard all the way back in March. But if you need a fix of Rick and Morty to hold you over, we’ve got something short and sweet for you.
Over at Adult Swim they’ve been airing some animated shorts called Rick and Morty: The Non-Canonical Adventures that are done entirely in claymation. And when I say short, I mean short. But since they recreate scenes from Halloween, The Thing, Ex Machina, The Fly and Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, they’re well worth watching. Read More »
If you’re a fan of animated comedy for adults, then Bottleneck Gallery NYC has a couple new prints going on sale today that you might want to check out, and they’re from two of our favorite artists.
Tom Whalen has created an awesome new print in honor of the 20th anniversary of South Park and Dave Perillo has crafted a vibrant print for Adult Swim’s stellar Rick and Morty. Both of the prints debuted exclusively at New York Comic-Con, but now they’re going on sale for everyone else, so check them out below. Read More »
The Toy Box is a recurring feature at /Film that rounds up some of the newest and coolest collectibles, decorations, gadgets and other memorabilia that you nerds might want for your shelves.
In this edition, we’ve got an outstanding two-pack of figures featuring the titular characters from Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, a new picture disc vinyl set of the soundtrack for Star Wars: A New Hope, a fun Rick and Morty game involving Mr. Meeseeks and more.
See everything in The Toy Box after the jump.
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Posted on Wednesday, July 27th, 2016 by Fred Topel
Adult Swim’s sci-fi comedy Rick and Morty had a panel at San Diego Comic-Con. We spoke with the show’s creators Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon along with writer Ryan Ridley in a roundtable interview. In only two seasons, Rick and Morty has established a sub-franchise within the show, with two episodes of “Interdimensional Cable.” They said a third episode is possible, but also tease a season three episode that could launch a different recurring element.
“Possibly, yeah, we’re figuring it out,” Roiland said. “It’s very rough on production. It’s not an easy episode to make.We’re introducing something amazing we can’t say much about, but there’s probably room for both ultimately. I’d be down to do it. The connective tissue has to be different and Ridley’s got a really good pitch that [Harmon] hasn’t heard yet so we’re not going to talk about it here. It’s spoiler alert territory.” Read More »
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If you’ve watched an episode of Rick and Morty, then you know there are some positively insane things in the Adult Swim animated series. From weird aliens to intergalactic television to Mr. Poopybutthole, there’s always something totally strange in each and every episode. However, during a panel at Comic-Con, creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland delivered a video so totally weird you won’t believe the dialogue was lifted from a real life court case in Georgia.
Watch the Rick and Morty Georgia court animation after the jump. Read More »
The video game Fallout 4 has become a great tool for fans with a lot of time on their hands who want to recreate movies trailers or other scenes from movies and television using the characters and world of the game. Usually it’s superhero movies getting this treatment, but one dedicated Rick and Morty fan decided to recreate scenes from the Adult Swim animated series in Fallout 4, and it’s just plain awesome.
Plenty of your favorite characters pop up, but the real treat is when they recreate the trailer for Alien…Invasion Tomato Monster Mexican Armada Brothers…Who Are Just Regular Brothers Running…in a Van from an…Asteroid and All Sorts of Things: The Movie. Or if you want to go by its final title, Two Brothers.
Watch the Rick and Morty Fallout 4 mash-up after the jump. Read More »