The COWBOY BEBOP Original Japanese Cast Will Dub The Live-Action Series – Anime headed to Netflix The original cast of the anime series Cowboy Bebop are set to reunite for […]
THE WITCHER Season 2 – Key Art, Premiere Date, and Episode Titles Revealed. Netflix has shared some new details regarding the second season of The Witcher Season 2. They’ve released poster […]
What are the most anticipated games of E3? Find out on June 15th during the E3 Awards Show. Key video game industry media partners will judge games featured during the […]
Hulu has released first-look photos from the set of “Tom and Pammy,” and it gives us a look at the shocking transformation of stars Sebastian Stan & Lily James. The […]
Riverdale remains on pause a little longer and Stargirl finally gets a release date (August) in The CW’s summer release schedule.
Dan Stevens, most famously known for Downton Abbey and Legion, has been brought in to replace Armie Hammer in the upcoming Starz series, Gaslit.
Netflix announces Regé-Jean Page will not be returning for Season 2 of Bridgerton.
Donald Faison (Clueless, Scrubs) has signed on to star in the upcoming live-action reboot series Powerpuff as the character Professor Drake Utonium. The series is being written by Diablo Cody and Heather Regnier and directed by Maggie Kiley based on the original Cartoon Network animated series created by Craig McCracken.
Jason Kothari, who executive produced Vin Diesel’s “Bloodshot” has obtained rights to The Silent FLute, the martial arts project that was co-written by icon Bruce Lee in 1970. John Fusco will be writing the script and serving as executive producer.
HBO Max had previously announced that they picked up a two season revival of The Boondocks, with creator Aaron McGruder attached. Well, despite it’s issues behind the scenes, McGruder confirmed via social media that the series will arrve in 2022.
The Witcher was a huge success, and season 2, which has already been confirmed, has added seven new cast members to expand Geralt’s world.
THE BOYS Spinoff Adds Shane Paul McGhie, Aimee Carrero, and Maddie Phillips in Lead Roles