According to veteran producer John Evershed, streamers and broadcasters have ordered more than 100 new series across different genres, an incredible 100% increase from a year ago.
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The live-action adaptation of Mark Millar and Frank Quitely’s graphic novel follows the world's first generation of superheroes that must look to their children to continue their legacy and keep mankind safe; series premieres globally on May 7.
The highly anticipated DCEU sequel is expected to start production this coming June under the working title ‘Necrus,’ with returning cast members Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as Black Manta, Jason Momoa as Arthur Curry, and Amber Heard as Mera.
Snyder’s niche directorial style may not be for everyone, but overall, his additions to the original film seem successful, if not a tad excessive, resulting in a longer-than-desirable runtime.
The famous French graphic novel character will return in a new limited animation series set to debut in 2023.
Well, we finally get to see some superheroes in new images and a ‘From Comic to Screen’ featurette about the upcoming live-action series adaptation of Mark Millar and Frank Quitely’s epic graphic novel series, streaming May 7.
Sony shares ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ name after web slinging trio Tom Holland, Zendaya, and Jacob Batalon tease possible titles ‘Phone Home,’ ‘Home-Wrecker,’ and ‘Home Slice.’
While our first look failed to reveal any actual superheroes, we got a very cool taste of the upcoming live-action adaptation of Mark Millar and Frank Quitely’s epic graphic novel series, and we know it starts streaming May 7.
‘The Young and the Restless’ star joins the DCEU with high praise from director Andy Muschietti and full support of the current ‘Arrowverse’ Supergirl, Melissa Benoist.
No more gripes and ‘shoulda-coulda-woulda’ speculation; get an extended look at the director’s true vision for the film he stepped away from in 2017, as it finally comes to HBO Max on March 18.
Streamer shares images and synopsis of new projects, part of an aggressive animation programming expansion that includes orders for ‘Clone High,’ ‘Velma,’ and ‘Fired on Mars’ as well as a two season ‘Close Enough’ renewal also announced today.
Warner Bros. Pictures releases three new teaser posters and reveals the ‘full-length Max Original feature film’ will premiere March 18.
The ‘Kingsman’ star has reportedly joined Netflix’s adaptation of the groundbreaking graphic novel, with many speculating he will portray John Constantine.
According to rumors, in an effort to push ‘girl power and feminism,’ the upcoming aquatic DC film may center less on the actual eponymous hero and more on Mera and/or Queen Atlanna.
The premium digital comic book service will feature over 25,000 comic books and graphic novels with new content being continuously added; fans will have access to DC fan events to connect with other DC enthusiasts.
After the upcoming release of his ‘Snyder Cut’ HBO Max miniseries version of the ‘Justice League’ film, the illustrious DC director/producer has no current plans to create more of the franchises’ movies.
Based on the ‘Powerpuff Girls’ creator’s 2009 comic strip, the retro 2D animated series is inspired by classic comics from the 1950s; show follows the life of a boy named Kid who dreams of being a hero – but he’s not very good at it.
DC Films President Walter Hamada announces plans to release up to four high budget films in theatres, and two riskier films on HBO Max, each year starting in 2022, connecting the entire multiverse with multiple ‘offshoot’ series.
The highly anticipated ‘Justice League’ re-cut may be marred by an alternate Knightmare scenario in which Mera wields the trident.
Original creators Lloyd Kaufman and Michael Herz are set to remake their cult classic film ‘Toxic Avenger,’ an exploration of ‘environmental themes’ mixed with the vibes of ‘Deadpool.’
Check everyone off your holiday list at the 3rd annual event that features unique and memorable gifts from pros behind popular animated TV shows and films.
Gaelston Media and Tidal Wave Production to co-develop and produce an animated series, based on the comic book, aimed at the aged-up, adult-geared market.
In the show’s first trailer, Robert Kirkman teases the 2021 release of his coming-of-age tale about a powerful superhero’s son... but don’t expect a typical Saturday morning cartoon.
Horror mogul Gary Dauberman teams with Paramount Animation and writer Mark Perez on animated feature adaptation of unreleased horror comic book.