Say Hello to Dinsey’s Guardians of the Galaxy

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  Disney’s animated adaptation of last year’s hit Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy has taken its sweet time to make it to TV screens, but now we finally have our first look, and a première date! Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, the cartoon will première on Saturday, September 26th at 9:30 (unless of course, you count the sneak peek they plan on showing on September 5th (at 9, but shhhh  it’s a sneak peek, don’t tell anyone else, O.K.?) Here’s a first look of what you can expect to see this fall..     Sure, it’s just a teaser, so … Continue reading

Time to Meet The Muppets, Again

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ABC will be launching a new Muppet series this fall, and the folks at San Diego Comic Con got a sneak peak at the new show in advance of everyone else. Well, like Star Wars and the Suicide Squad, the studio has decided to make the special presentation available online for everyone to see.  Don’t believe me?   Well here it is, straight from ABC’s youtube page.   Not show in the clip was the “show within the show” as a large part of the series will center around Miss Piggy, and her late night talk show, Up Late With Miss … Continue reading

Scully and Mulder Get Some Back Up on the X-Files

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The Truth is still out there, and maybe this time Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) and Fox Mulder (David Duchovney) won’t be completely on their own trying to find it. The television news/gossip site TVLine.com is reporting that everyone’s favorite FBI pairing featuring a redhead and tall brooding man, will be joined for an episode by another redhead and brooding leading man type. Robbie Amell (The Flash, Tomorrow People) and Lauren Ambrose (Six Feet Under, Torchwood:Miracle Day) have been cast as FBI Agents Miller and Einstein, respectively, TVLine  confirmed today.  Agent Miller is described as “smart and smooth”, while Einstein is … Continue reading

Terrific Casting News from Arrow

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The Arrow-verse continues to expand. Today Entertainment Weekly reports that Echo Kellum (Ben and Kate) has been cast as Curtis Holt, an employee of Palmer Industries, working with Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards).  Curtis, an inventor/tech genius, will also have a night job.  He’ll be out on the streets fighting crime as Mr. Terrific.  Kellum will make his début in the series’ second episode this fall. Mr. Terrific has a long history in comics, with two men taking up the mantle of “fair play”.  The current Mr. Terrific appearing in DC Comics is Michael Holt, a  self-made multi-millionaire, who happens … Continue reading

X-Men: Apocalypse First Look – Psylocke, Storm, and More

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Entertainment Weekly continues to follow up on all things Comic Con in their latest issue, which a cover feature on the latest Marvel Mutant Mania – X-Men: Apocalypse. The cover is the first official reveal of the movie’s big bad,En Sabah Nur a/k/a Apocalypse (Oscar Isaac) alongside the master of all things metal, Magneto (Micheal Fassbender) and introduces Psylocke (Olivia Munn) in her first film appearance. The story finds Magneto, Professor Charles Xavier (James McAvoy), Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence) and the rest of the X-Men during the 1980s, as they each try make lives for themselves, and mutant-kind in their own … Continue reading

Heroes are Reborn at SDCC15

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You can never keep a hero down, or Heroes, as the case may be. At Sunday’s panel for the 13 episode miniseries Heroes Reborn,  the 6000+ Hall H crowd got their first look at the sequel series, and they did not leave dissappointed.  Heroes was a huge surprise hit for NBC back in 2006, and ran four seasons, though some fans may say that the show peaked early and grew tired, story-wise.  Show runner Tim Kring wants you all to know, “We’ve had a long rest, a good night’s sleep, and we are ready to save the world again.” The show … Continue reading

The Official SDCC15 Suicide Squad First Look released by WB

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  This weekend, Warner Brothers had their panel at Comic Con, showcasing several of the major films they have coming in the next year or so, including several DC Comic projects.  The Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer went live on youtube for the world to see. But the Suicide Squad first look didn’t. Of course it didn’t take long until some fan who used his phone to upload it to the internet. “We have no plans currently to release the Suicide Squad footage that leaked from Hall H on Saturday. It’s unfortunate and ultimately damaging that one individual … Continue reading

Sitting Down With Marvel for a Cup O’ Joe at SDCC15

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Marvel held it’s traditional “no holds barred” panel between fans  and Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada on Saturday in Room 6BCF, and fans turned up to talk with him and the creators of some of Marvel’s hottest comics to talk about what’s in store for your favorite heroes. On hand, Axel Alonso – Marvel Editor-in-Chief, Tom Brevoort – Marvel Senior Vice President of Publishing, C.B. Cebulski – Marvel’s Vice President of International Business Development & Brand Management, as well as writers,  Charles Soule (Star Wars: Lando, Daredevil), Cullen Bunn (Moon Knight, Magneto),  Kieron Gillen (Star Wars: Darth Vader)  and Greg … Continue reading

Get Your First Look at Vixen from SDCC15

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  The CW television network has released a trailer for their upcoming Vixen animated series, which will debut in August on their digital platform, CW Seed. The series is the 2nd of 3 spinoffs from the network’s hit series Arrow, along with The Flash, which begins it’s second season this fall, and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow which will arrive early in 2016.   The trailer (below) was first screen as part of the CW’s presentation at San Diego Comic Con this week.     Actress Megalyn Echikunwoke (The Following,The 4400) plays Mari McCabe, a young woman who gets more than she imagines … Continue reading

Batman v Superman trailer, Suicide Squad first look debuts at SDCC.

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This year Marvel passed on a presentation in the big room, so it’s WB/DC Entertainment’s turn in Hall H to wow the folks at San Diego Comic Con, and they didn’t hold anything back. The room was filled with anxious fans, whose appetite was whetted with looks at a couple of non-DC related projects first, The Man from U.N.C.L.E (starring Superman, himself, Henry Cavill as Napoleon Solo and Armie Hammer as Illya Kuryakin).  The presentation kicked off with a taped introduction by the always colorful and highly redacted director Guy Ritchie. Then they showed the official Comic Con trailer, which they … Continue reading