Netflix is heading down under for their latest animated family movie. Back to the Outback has been slated for release in the fall of 2021, and the streaming service has announced the impressive cast of Australians (and more) who will be lending their voices to the movie about a ragtag group of Australia’s deadliest creatures who plot a daring escape from their zoo to the Outback. Read More »
What happened to Billy Butcher? That was the resounding question after the first three episodes of The Boys season 2 premiered on Amazon Prime Video last week, which presented a mysterious gap in time between Karl Urban‘s Butcher waking up in front of a store and reuniting with his anti-superhero vigilante group The Boys. But Butcher: A Short Film finally fills in that gap, showing what Butcher was up to while he was in hiding.
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Karl Urban was already part of the new Star Trek franchise created by director J.J. Abrams. But that didn’t stop him from making an appearance in the Star Wars universe. While making the publicity rounds for Amazon’s series The Boys, the Dredd star opened up about a secret cameo he made in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, but you won’t see his face when you spot him. Read More »
The Boys are returning to Amazon Prime this fall, but they’re not going to have an easy go of it from the looks of the trailer for the second season. Even though Billy Butcher (Karl Urban) returns after disappearing at the end of the first season finale, he and his teammates, including Hughie (Jack Quaid), Mother’s Milk (Laz Alonso), Frenchie (Tomer Capon) and Kimiko (Karen Fukuhara), have pissed off the powerful superheroes that the world blindly loves. That means they’re fugitives from the law, and they’ll be threatened at every turn. Watch The Boys season 2 trailer below. Read More »
The second season of The Boys will arrive on Amazon Prime in September, but there will be a slight change to how the show airs on the streaming service. The first three episodes will premiere on September 4, but afterwards, new episodes will be released weekly. On top of that, showrunner Eric Kripke has revealed that there will be a short film focused on Billy Butcher (Karl Urban) and his whereabouts after he went MIA in the first season finale that will fill in some gaps after he returns. Read More »
In a time when the casts of cult TV shows and beloved movies are getting together virtually left and right, there is still only one Zoom reunion to rule them all and in the darkness bind them — or at least, provide us a small reprieve as the real world gets more distressing by the minute. Josh Gad has been uniting casts of Back to the Future, Splash, and The Goonies, with his Reunited Apart web series, but his latest one is the most epic reunion yet.
The cast of The Lord of the Rings got the Fellowship back together over Zoom to swap filming stories and show off the matching tattoos they got together. Elijah Wood, Sean Astin, Ian McKellen, Billy Boyd, Dominic Monaghan, and Orlando Bloom all appeared and were soon joined by “many surprise” guests in the biggest Zoom reunion that Gad has held thus far. You can watch the entire hour-long The Lord of The Rings reunion below.
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It’s been a while since we’ve checked in on the possibility of a sequel to Dredd, the 2012 Judge Dredd film which starred Karl Urban as the dystopian law enforcer from the 2000 AD comic strip. But today we have a new update courtesy of Urban himself, because a fan caught up with the actor during a recent Q&A at Chicago’s C2E2 and pumped him for information about what’s happening. Read on for Urban’s full quote.
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In a few days, Amazon will bring a new group of superheroes to streaming, except this crew of superpowered individuals don’t seem anything like good guys. In fact, Amazon’s The Boys may be bringing us the most morally questionable group of superheroes since the Watchmen. Irresponsible with their powers, driven by greed and fame, and generally too cocky for their own good, these superheroes need to be put in their place. That’s exactly what Billy Butcher (Karl Urban) and the titular group of vigilantes aim to do, and their endeavor gets rather bloody, as you can see in the final The Boys trailer before the show’s premiere. Read More »
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Things get ultra-violent in the latest trailer for The Boys. The new Amazon series is based on the Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson comic series, following a team of potty-mouthed tough guys who team up to take down corrupt superheroes. It looks funny, it looks gory, it looks kind of insane. Watch The Boys trailer below, and witness Karl Urban using a baby to kill someone!
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There is another side of superheroes that you won’t recognize. Amazon Prime has released a new The Boys trailer, which gives a deeper look at the bloody series about a group of vigilantes taking down caped crusaders. Karl Urban stars as the leader of the titular Boys, who aim to take down take down corrupt superheroes that have embraced fame and fortune.
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