The night has begun to shine on Cartoon Network with last night’s premiere of The Night Begins to Shine Part 1. We got an opportunity again this year to catch up with the voice of TMNT’s Michaelangelo, Ultimate Spider-man’s Iron Fist, and of course Teen Titans Go!’s lovable Beast Boy: Greg Cipes.
Anyone with an interest in Japanese pop culture is no doubt familiar with the “idol” industry, which turns young girls into pop music superstars with a hugely devoted legion of fans. On the surface, that description doesn’t sound too dissimilar to the early experiences of performers like Britney Spears or Miley Cyrus – but when you take into account that most idols dress in skimpy schoolgirl outfits and perform for an audience largely composed of middle-aged men, it starts to feel a little creepy.
Four years after their last offering, Dutch filmmakers Steffen Haars and Flip Van der Kuil are back with another hilariously irreverent comedy filled to the brim with violence, vulgarity, and all around bad taste in Ron Gooseens, Low Budget Stuntman, which recently screened to raucous, rowdy audiences at the 2017 Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal.
Teen Titans Go! is bringing back epic 80’s animation with the four night event The Night Begins to Shine on Cartoon Network. Tara Strong continues in the role of Raven during the series current eighth season – just one of the many voices she’s known for including her beloved rendition of Harley Quinn.
We’ve already seen a teaser trailer for IT, director Andy Muschietti’s adaptation of the Stephen King novel (which was previously turned into a miniseries). But just in case that first clip wasn’t terrifying enough, a new full-length trailer for the upcoming horror film has crawled out of the sewers.
The dust is just now settling from another wild and memorable weekend for fans from around the globe that attended San Diego Comic-Con 2017. While we sort out our massive wealth of cast interviews from your favorite shows like Arrow, The Flash, Doctor Who and upcoming genre series like The Tick and The Orville, we thought we would share with you some of our favorite cosplay photos to quench your SDCC thirst.
After a tumultuous journey that nearly found him out of a job last season, Ballers protagonist Spencer Strasmore (Dwayne Johnson) is back in full force as HBO’s football-themed dramedy returns to the airwaves this weekend. Spencer’s registration with the league has finally been approved, and a recent hip replacement has taken care of the nagging injury that plagued him throughout Season Two. But when he fails to deliver Steph Curry for an important business meeting between Anderson (Richard Schiff) and casino magnate Wayne Hastings Jr. (Steve Guttenberg), thus ruining the boss man’s hopes of getting into the gambling business, Spencer…
Around this time last year, the first season of Stranger Things premiered on Netflix, striking a chord with audiences thanks to its Amblin-inspired tone and its throwback to 80s-era storytelling techniques. A new season was greenlit fairly quickly, and this year at Comic-Con attendees were treated to an extended look at what the cast of Stranger Things will be up to when the series returns this fall.
Saturday at San Diego Comic-Con may have opened with Warner Bros., but the night belonged to Marvel Studios, who took the stage in Hall H to a thunderous ovation. As always, the Marvel panel was a lively affair full of hilarious banter between cast members and a ton of new footage – most of which was prepared especially for the fans in attendance.
Warner Bros. already wowed the Comic-Con audience with the first look at Ready Player One, but of course the most anticipated film of their annual presentation is Justice League, which finds the heroes of the DC Extended Universe joining forces to stand against a newfound enemy.