Entertainment Weekly has today given us our first look at Masters of the Universe: Revelation; the upcoming Netflix Original anime show-run by Kevin Smith and based upon the characters of Masters of the Universe in a collaboration between Netflix and Mattel Television. The series is produced by Powerhouse Animation Studio and is the third series produced by the studio after Castlevania and Seis Manos. Smith is joined by four writers; Marc Bernardin (Castle Rock), Eric Carrasco (Supergirl), Diya Mishra (October Faction) and Tim Sheridan (The Death and Return of Superman).
Today, StarWars.com announced that Star Wars Celebration 2022 will be returning to Anaheim earlier than expected.
After much delay we finally have the first trailer for Purge sequel The Forever Purge. Originally set for theatrical release in 2020, The Forever Purge was pushed back to 2021 due to the ongoing Covid 19 pandemic and will now release in theaters July 2nd 2021. The film is thought to be the final installment in The Purge film franchise created by James Demonaco. Everardo Gout directs this latest installment from a script by Demonaco.
Interactive adventure Doctor Who: Time Fracture is set to go live later this month following COVID-related delays. Torchwood star John Barrowman was originally scheduled to reprise the role of Captain Jack Harkness for the live event in the form of a pre-recorded clip, but has since been dropped following allegations of exposing himself.
BBC Studios have today announced a brand new audio in their Doctor Who audio range K9 Audio Annual.
The Muppets are headed into the infamous Haunted Mansion in the upcoming Disney+ special Muppets Haunted Mansion, announced today with a fun little teaser trailer you’ll find below! The special is due to hit Disney Plus this fall.
The John Krasinski-directed horror sequel A Quiet Place Part II is *finally* coming to theaters Memorial Day Weekend, May 28, 2021, and that means the marketing campaign is getting ready to begin all over again with the release of a final trailer. The sequel had been delayed multiple times to the ongoing pandemic, originally planned for release on March 20, 2020.
“Loki” star Tom Hiddleston made the announcement that his Disney Plus series is moving up its release date two days to Wednesday, June 9th. The weekly episodes of “Loki” will release on Wednesdays instead of the usual Fridays that other Disney Plus shows such as Wandavision, Falcon & The Winter Soldier and The Mandalorian followed.
In an uncommon move from streamer Netflix, the Zack Snyder-directed “Army of the Dead,” will play exclusively in US cinemas starting on May 14th for one week prior to its Netflix release on May 21st. Notably, Cinemark, one of the country’s biggest theater chains, has agreed to screen the movie. It is booked at 200 Cinemark locations, making “Army of the Dead” the first Netflix film to score a wide release at a major theater chain. The movie will play at roughly 600 theaters in total, including iPic, Landmark, Alamo Drafthouse, Harkins and Cinépolis. Other major circuits, specifically AMC and Regal, will not be offering the film.