Marvel Studios once again took to Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con to drop a buttload of movie and streaming announcements. If you've been following the rumors much of this won't be a huge surprise, but we are now getting confirmation as Marvel has been mum about any movies coming out after Spider-Man: Far From … Continue reading SDCC Marvel Studios Announces A Ton Of Projects
Well it looks like you won't be able to watch The Orville for free with your basic cable subscription anymore. Starting with the previously announced third season, the Seth MacFarlane science fiction-comedy-drama vehicle is moving from Fox to the streaming service Hulu as a Hulu original. The third season is expected to launch in late … Continue reading SDCC ‘The Orville’ Makes The Trek To Hulu
CBS held a panel at San Diego Comic-Con today focused on all things Star Trek (well except no movie talk). The three major projects covered was Star Trek: Discovery, Star Trek: Lower Decks, and Star Trek: Picard. First off, the panel covered the current Star Trek series streaming on CBS All Access, Star Trek: Discovery. … Continue reading SDCC Star Trek Roundup: ‘Discovery’, ‘Lower Decks’, & ‘Picard’
Anthony and Joe Russo, known as the Russo Brothers, had their own panel at San Diego Comic-Con. The brothers most recent directorial work was that small film Avengers: Endgame, and the brothers came to Comic-Con to talk about that movie and some things they have planned for the future. Before their panel, they provided … Continue reading SDCC: Russo Brothers’ AGBO Studio Working On ‘Battle Of The Planets’ & ‘Grimjack’
The Mandalorian, the live-action Star Wars series to be streamed on Disney+, will be getting a second season before the show launches.
The upcoming Star Trek: Picard was teased last year with Patrick Stewart reprising his role as Jean-Luc Picard. In May, we got a video tease and key art for the show with the tagline "The end is only the beginning…" Along the way we also got announcements for some of the castmembers who will be … Continue reading New ‘Star Trek: Picard’ Key Art Previews Show’s Best New Character
As announced previously, WarnerMedia will be launching another streaming service to do battle with Netflix and the upcoming Disney+, and its own DC Universe, and now it has a name. The service will be named HBO Max, I'm sure not confusing to those subscribed to HBO or Cinemax, and: "… will offer an impressive direct-to-consumer … Continue reading WarnerMedia Names Its Streaming Service ‘HBO Max’, The Future Home To ‘Batwoman’