New Angel comic series from Boom Studios set for 2022 release

BOOM! Studios is set to publish a new Angel comic book series as part of their Buffy The Vampire Slayer reboot line of comics.

The eight-issue comic book series will be written by current Iron Man comic writer, Christopher Cantwell, in collaboration with regular Boom artist Daniel Bayliss, colourist Patricio Delpeche and letterer Becca Carey.


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Interview with Doctor Who showrunner Chris Chibnall

Doctor Who: Flux, Jodie Whittaker’s new collection of adventures start on Sunday 31st October with Chapter One: The Halloween Apocalypse.

Ahead of the series release in association with BBC Cymru Press Office we will be releasing a series of interviews with the cast and crew. Continue reading

Hayden Christensen joining Disney Plus Ahsoka series

Hayden Christensen will reprise the role of Anakin Skywalker, aka Darth Vader, in Ahsoka, the latest Star Wars live-action series from Lucasfilm and Disney+.

Rosario Dawson is starring as the fan-favorite character Ahsoka Tano, a Jedi Knight survivor popular The Clone Wars who made her live-action debut in the second season of The Mandalorian.


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Gotham actor dies age 66

American actor Peter Scolari, has died aged 66 of cancer, after a two-year illness.

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Scolari was a prolific actor, both on television and on Broadway – rising to stardom on the tv show Bosom Buddies alongside Tom Hanks.


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Hulu original series Animaniacs season two trailer released

Hellloooo, season two!

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Hulu, Amblin Television and Warner Bros. Animation have joined forces once again to bring you Animaniacs.

This Emmy award-winning animated series—and one of Hulu’s all-time most talked about shows on social media—returns with 13 brand new episodes on Friday, November 5.


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Doctor Who: Flux – episode 1 title announced

Doctor Who: Flux had already announced an airdate, with Jodie Whittaker’s new collection of adventures confirmed to be kicking off on Sunday 31st October.

Each of the six episodes will be scripted by Chris Chibnall, except episode four, which he’s co-written with Maxine Alderton. The series was split between two directors, with Jamie Magnus Stone (Spyfall, Ascension of The Cybermen, The Timeless Children) returning to the series alongside newcomer Azhur Saleem.

The title for the upcoming first instalment and a brief synopsis has been revealed, as anticipation reaches new highs ahead of the show’s return.


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Ruby Rose alleges toxic behaviour on Batwoman set

Former Batwoman star Ruby Rose (they/she pronouns) has made a series of allegations about their time on the CW series on social media — including that they were forced off the show.

In an Instagram Story Rose shared on Wednesday, they claimed that rather than leaving the show of their own choice at the end of season one, Rose was forced off. The actor also said they were forced back to work just 10 days after a serious surgery and that working conditions on set were unsafe, resulting in serious injuries to crew members. Continue reading

Additional casting has been announced for Doctor Who: Flux

Doctor Who: Flux had already announced an airdate, with Jodie Whittaker’s new collection of adventures confirmed to be kicking off on Sunday 31st October.

Each of the six episodes will be scripted by Chris Chibnall, except episode four, which he’s co-written with Maxine Alderton. The series was split between two directors, with Jamie Magnus Stone (Spyfall, Ascension of The Cybermen, The Timeless Children) returning to the series alongside newcomer Azhur Saleem.

Doctor Who: Flux, has plenty of guest actors and monsters that will feature across the six-episode serial.


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Review: Doctor Who – Dalek Universe 3

Review by Jacob Licklider


With each installment in Dalek Universe, the scope and tension has been building to unravel the mystery of just what’s happening with the universe that the Tenth Doctor is now before the Time War and with Anya Kingdom and Mark Seven. The initial promotion as a full fourth series for the Tenth Doctor was perhaps the most accurate description of the three box sets as a whole, all taking place right after The Waters of Mars; and Dalek Universe 3 sets up The Day of the Doctor, and actually helps transition the Tenth Doctor towards the end of his life. Like the first set, Dalek Universe 3 is only two stories, a single episode and two parts, essentially echoing the structure of one of his televised series (without the third two-parter to fill in the usual thirteen episodes as this is only nine episodes). And with any finale, this set is built around wrapping everything up from the heartbreaking installments at the end of Dalek Universe 2. This review will contain spoilers for Dalek Universe 2, so it is highly recommended to at least be caught up with the stories to this point before continuing. This is also a set which cannot be listened to in isolation, despite its high quality.

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