Warner Bros have released the trailer for the much anticipated monster match-up Godzilla Vs. Kong which will be coming to theaters and HBO MAX on the same date as part of the studios new dual-release model. The film is due to be released earlier that previously expected; on March 26th 2021.
One of Doctor Who’s most famous unmade stories will finally see the light of day courtesy of audio drama producers Big Finish.
As part of their Lost Stories range, Big Finish is adapting Return of the Cybermen – an unused script by the monsters’ co-creator Gerry Davis.
Review by Jacob Licklider
As we move into the final three months of Big Finish’s oldest Doctor Who range, we begin to see releases which were essentially reactions to the current situation. Whatever original plans were made to end the Monthly Range had to quickly be scrapped due to the pandemic as recording moved to remote sessions in home studios and a specific Fifth Doctor release delayed indefinitely. There are only 3 releases planned for 2021, one Sixth Doctor for release 273, one Fifth Doctor for 274, and one final multi-Doctor extravaganza to say goodbye to the range at release 275. Release number 273 has now been released, the day this review is being written, and with it comes a Big Finish story that feels like it’s taken a page from Chris Chibnall’s book, but then improved it greatly. Colony of Fear is a story which relies on its twist which decontextualised what the audience knows about the Doctor in a lot of ways, and as such reviewing this story will contain spoilers concerning the twist. If you are simply wishing to know if Colony of Fear is worth your money, this review will end with the line: Colony of Fear may not be the absolute best story from Roland Moore or Big Finish Productions, it is a fascinating time that begs to have a sequel if only to get these characters back to listeners, giving this final trilogy a great start. Right now that that’s out of the way on to the review with full spoilers in effect.
Titan Comics are announcing the launch of a brand-new Doctor Who Comics series and the comic debut of one of the Doctor’s darkest nemeses this April with Missy #1.
After teasing a major annoucement – Disney Plus have announced today that all five seasons of the classic The Muppet Show will be added to their streaming service February 19th 2021.
Second Sight Films have revealed they will be releasing creepy horror hit ‘The Babadook‘ on 4K UHD BluRay for the first time. No details have yet been confirmed but based on the companies past releases we can expect this to be jam-packed with bonus features. We will keep you updated on this release!
According to reports from the Australian press, Matt Damon has arrived in Australia with his family to start an isolation period ahead of a filming a role in Thor: Love And Thunder; which is currently filming in the country with stars Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman.