Anna Diop will be suiting up as Starfire in the third season of HBO Max’s Titans show. Today we received the first look at Starfire’s costume and it’s a beauty.
Batman No. 27, published in 1939, is notable for its first appearance of Batman. A “fine/very fine 7.0” graded copy of the issue has sold for $1.5 million in another auction from Heritage Auctions.
Terence Winter was set to write and act as showrunner on Matt Reeves’ The Batman spinoff TV series at HBO Max. Turns out his vision did not align with that of Reeves and other producers of the show. He has left the project.
The CW yesterday announced the first Latina superhero character in their latest DC series project, Wonder Girl. The new series will explore Yara Flor’s backstory just as the comic book version reveals her as the new Wonder Woman.
According to the elves at Netflix, the holiday season starts November 1 – the first day when seasonal streaming starts heating up.
CW shows, old and new, will premiere in January 2021. Comedy first (Jan 8) followed by the Critics Choice Super Awards (Jan 10) and then the real fun begins. Notably, Batwoman’s second season returns on Jan 17 giving us our first look at Javicia Leslie taking over the helm from Ruby Rose.
Our suspicions have been proven correct. Showtime has announced that the premium cable outlet has ordered a 10-episode limited series Dexter reunion. Michael C. Hall will return as the conflicted serial killer and Clyde Phillips we remain the showrunner. It was suspected (hoped) the series would return after Phillips signed an overall deal with Showtime…
We are anxiously awaiting the arrival of DC Comics and Warner Bros. Pictures movie, The Batman, which will be a complete reboot of the Batman film franchise. In the meantime, we will keep adding photos and video from the movie set as they come in.
Jason Todd is returning in the third season of DC’s Titans sporting none other than the Red Hood. Today DC gives us our first look at actor Curran Walters wearing the Red Hood costume. Check it out.
BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc. teamed up with Caterpillar Inc. to create this massive real-life Pac-Man game. Caterpillar used their own equipment of course, to dig out four-foot deep trenches to create a massive 29.296 square feet Pac-Man maze. They then used professional gamers and construction workers to remote control the equipment through the maze.