You know, it’s weird, being a child of the 80s, I feel like toys these days don’t measure up to those I grew up with. Be paint jobs, articulation, you name it.
But that’s a dangerous slope.
Also felt that way about cartoons for awhile. Like when the first X-MEN cartoon hit in the 90s, I was all, “THIS ANIMATION SUCKS! G.I. JOE AND TRANSFORMERS WAS SO MUCH BETTER!” Then of course, I caught an episode or two of those shows by happenstance… yea, definitely wasn’t what I remembered. Haha.
TVWeb is reporting a RESIDENT EVIL TV show is coming to Netflix. According to the report, Constantine Films, the company in-charge of the on-screen rights for the franchise, is working with Netflix to bring the zombie franchise to the streaming service. Continue reading ‘RESIDENT EVIL’ is Coming to Netflix→
Pretty sure this comes as no surprise to anyone, but after Batwoman’s debut in the Arrowverse’s annual crossover, Elseworlds, this year, The CW has made a pilot order around the caped crusader starring Ruby Rose in the title role. Continue reading BATWOMAN Gets a Pilot Order from The CW→
But don’t get too excited, the anime is not getting a sequel, or another anime movie… though I would LOVE that. But Netflix is adapting the fan-favorite anime into a live-action series for it’s service.
That’s right kids, John Winchester is coming back to SUPERNATURAL. No word yet if it’s a guest-starring role, recurring, and regular spot. But Jeffery Dean Morgan will be reprising his role for the fan-favorite show for it’s milestone 300th episode!
Co-showrunner, Andrew Dabb, had this to say:
We’re incredibly excited to have Jeffrey back for this milestone episode, and think fans will love what we have planned for his character… and a few other surprise guest stars.
Personally I couldn’t be more excited for this! Sure Morgan has been off in zombie land over on THE WALKING DEAD, but I have been a huge fan for SUPERNATURAL for the longest time. And John Winchester’s return will be glorious! I personally can’t wait for this to happen!
Are you still reeling from the news that Netflix has cancelled DAREDEVIL? Lord knows I definitely am. For those of you who’ve been under a rock for the past month, following the news of LUKE CAGE and IRON FIST being cancelled, it was announced last month that the streaming giant has dropped the axe on the MARVEL/NETFLIX inaugural show. Continue reading The Cancellation of ‘DAREDEVIL’ Still Hurts→
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