In this episode, join AJ and Anthony as they cover all of the latest news.
Then join them as they review Justice League Dark!!!! As well as Resident Evil: The Final Chapter!!
All of this and more on Episode #169!!!
Fans freaked out last year when Cartoon Network announced Genndy Tartakovsky’s cult-fave series would be coming back with an all-new fifth season. We haven’t known just when those episodes would start rolling out but the network just told everyone in its own inimitable style.
There’ve been promises of a moody, upscaled arc for the show’s return, which makes the wait for its signature blend of stylized action, samurai stoicness and scifi weirdness even harder.
Source: Samurai Jack Is Back on March 11
NBC and Sony Pictures TV are reportedly currently developing a series based on Image Comics’ “Witchblade” property according to THR with the project scoring a script commitment. Continue reading
Sony Pictures Animation has officially confirmed today that their upcoming animated “Spider-Man” movie will focus on fan-favorite character, Miles Morales!
Created by Brian Michael Bendis and artist Sara Pichelli, the character has some of the same powers as the original Spider-Man but is also capable of briefly turning invisible and even a venom sting that can paralyze his foes.
“21 Jump Street” and “The LEGO Movie” filmmakers Phil Lord and Chris Miller are set to write the script and produce the film which will be directed by Bob Persichetti (“The Little Prince”) and Peter Ramsey (“Rise of the Guardians”).
The animated “Spider-Man” film hits cinemas on December 21st 2018.
In this episode AJ and Anthony get into some deep discussion regarding the latest news.
Also, the guys review Underworld: Blood Wars.
The comic universe created by artist Rob Liefeld is headed to the big screen.
Producer Graham King, Chinese outfit Fundamental Films and writer-producer Akiva Goldsman are partnering to create a film franchise out of the comic creations.
King and Fundamental have secured the film rights to Liefeld’s Extreme Universe, which King and Goldsman will develop. The duo plan to set up a writers’ room to brainstorm, which Goldsman, who has shepherded similar processes for the Transformers and Hasbro film universes, will oversee. Continue reading