swamp thing tv series teaser

Earlier today, word broke that there was trouble in the world of the Swamp Thing TV series being made for DC Universe. The show’s shooting schedule was unexpectedly slashed, resulting in cast and crew being sent home. Then we learned the show’s original 13-episode order was shortened to 10. And then we got word of creative differences plaguing the production. Perhaps in an attempt at damage control, a new Swamp Thing TV series teaser has arrived. Watch it below.

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Earlier today, we reported that Swamp Thing wrapped production early due to “creative differences,” with a truncated 10-episode season set to debut on the DC Universe streaming at the end of May. However, with the reports of the show’s filming ending sooner than expected came rumors that this indicated trouble for DC Universe. /Film can confirm that this is not the case.

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Update: /Film has confirmed that Swamp Thing will keep its May 31, 2019 release date on DC Universe. Read more below.

DC Universe’s Swamp Thing is reportedly ending production sooner than expected. The upcoming streaming series, based on the supernatural superhero created by writer Len Wein and artist Bernie Wrightson, seems to have shut down production early amid behind-the-scenes troubles.

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Entire DC Comics Library on DC Universe

WonderCon is happening over in Anaheim, California right now, and the DC Universe subscription service delivered some good news to fans with big announcements about the continued expansion of what’s available for $7.99 a month.

Starting in April, DC Universe will make the entire DC Comics digital library available to subscribers. Until now, the selection has been disappointing, but this alone is worth the price of the subscription. And that’s not all. DC Universe also announced a release date for their upcoming Swamp Thing series, gave a first look at Stargirl, and revealed when the second season of Titans and the rest of Young Justice: Outsiders will arrive. Get the scoop on the DC Universe updates below. Read More »

doom patrol trailer

Robotman, Negative Man, Elasti-Woman, and Crazy Jane, and Cyborg — all wildly different superheroes that you wouldn’t expect to see teamed up. But in Doom Patrol, they become a team of misfit heroes whose superhuman abilities are both a blessing and a curse.

The latest DC Universe original series is getting positive notices from critics for being a wacky and weird departure from the serious tone plaguing many superhero shows, but the latest Doom Patrol trailer has a pretty dark tone to it. The extended trailer goes into each member’s tragic backstory, each of which only made them “stronger” and “stranger.”

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Doom Patrol

After releasing the most recent trailer for the series, DC Universe brings their second original program to the fans starting next week. Doom Patrol stars Brendan Fraser as Cliff Steele/Robotman, Matt Bomer as Larry Trainor/Negative Man, April Bowlby as Rita Farr/Elasti-Girl, Diane Guerrero as Crazy Jane, Joivan Wade as Victor Stone/Cyborg and Timothy Dalton as Dr. Niles Caulder. But they’re not the only members of Doom Patrol we’ll meet in the first season.

Find out the rest of the Doom Patrol characters coming to the series, as well as details on the new Cyborg, where the money is being spent, and how much of Brendan Fraser and Matt Bomer we’ll see despite the fact that the characters they play don’t really show their real faces much. Read More »

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DC Universe wants to be your one-stop shop for all things DC Comics. The digital platform launched in September of last year on Batman Day to much hype, with original titles, classic movies and TV shows, and an impressive catalogue to bolster its standing in the crowded streaming field. Now that the service has found its footing, it’s looking to make another major expansion for its comic book catalogue.

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Titans Season Finale Trailer

The first season of Titans is coming to an end. As you may recall, the first trailer for the DC Universe streaming series had Brenton Thwaites proudly proclaiming, “Fuck Batman,” and it sounds like The Dark Knight wasn’t too happy about that, because he’s coming back with a vengeance.

The Titans season finale trailer has arrived online, and instead of just talking about Batman, the Caped Crusader himself returns in a big way. After Commissioner Gordon is killed, Gotham City has gotten out of control, and apparently Batman is sick of it. He’s hellbent on killing The Joker, and it looks like he might be taking a couple other iconic DC Comics villains down too. So much for that whole rule about not killing people. Read More »

stargirl cast

Joel McHale has been cast in the DC Universe series Stargirl as the Golden Age superhero Starman. He is the second addition to the Stargirl cast following the announcement of Brec Bassinger as the titular teenager who becomes an unlikely superhero.

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young justice outsiders trailer

The latest Young Justice: Outsiders trailer packs quite a punch, as the third season of the beloved superhero animated show sends your favorite sidekicks to space. The team of not-so-young-anymore superheroes are fighting off a multi-universe threat that is somehow tied to a metahuman trafficking ring. It’s all a little confusing, but look! Impulse is so happy to be in space! And Batman skydives! Young Justice: Outsiders couldn’t come to the DC Universe streaming platform soon enough.

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