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Monday, 19 March 2018

The Canary Returns In New Legends Of Tomorrow Clip

The CW has released a new clip from tonight's episode of DC's Legends Of Tomorrow.

Entitled Necromancing The Stone, the episode sees Mallus gaining control over Sara yet again.

In the clip, Sara finds herself drawn to the Death Totem, which results in her coming face to face with an old friend from her pre-time traveler days - the Black Canary.

Check out the clip posted in the player below...

And be sure to check out promotional images from the episode right here.

When Mallus’ power over Sara (Caity Lotz) resurfaces, she unwittingly becomes the bearer of one of the Totems. Rory (Dominic Purcell) must conquer his dark side in order to wield his own Totem power to help save the crew. Meanwhile, Agent Sharpe (guest star Jes Macallan) notices that something is wrong and recruits someone unorthodox to help.

Starring Caity Lotz, Brandon Routh, Arthur Darvill, Keiynan Lonsdale, Nick Zano, Maisie Richardson-Sellers, Dominic Purcell, Tala Ashe, Jes Macallan, and Matt Ryan, DC's Legends Of Tomorrow returns with a brand new episode tonight at 8pm.

Source: Television Promos

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Rick And Morty Future In Limbo

Fans have been hoping for news of a fourth season of Rick And Morty for quite some time now, but nothing has been announced yet. So, what's going on?

Responding to an angry fan demanding to know why work had yet to begin on a fourth season of Rick And Morty, series co-creator Dan Harmon revealed that the reason nothing is being done is due to the fact that Adult Swim has yet to order it.

Check out Harmon's response posted below...

Given the level of popularity that Rick And Morty generate for the network, this is  rather shocking and surprising revelation. Now, there's absolutely nothing that says things won't change eventually, but it looks as though fans of Rick And Morty may have a ways to wait before anything new emerges in regards to more episodes.

Here's hoping Adult Swim orders another season soon.

We need our Rick And Morty fix bad!

Source: Dan Harmon

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New Incredibles 2 Titles Coming From Dark Horse Comics

After 14 long years, the superpowered Parr family is heading back to the big screen this summer with Incredibles 2. But, the movie theatre won't be the only place to catch the superheroes this year.

Today, Dark Horse Comics has announced that they have a pair of upcoming tie-in comics set for release later this year that fans of the highly anticipated sequel are sure to enjoy.

Fist up, we have DisneyPixar’s Incredibles 2: Heroes at Home. This all-ages graphic novel features Dash and Violent taking care of housework while their parents are busy with new jobs. A trip to the grocery store becomes a superhero mission when they detect criminal activity, but even housework isn’t a simple task with their superpowered baby brother Jack-Jack wreaking havoc. Incredibles 2: Heroes at Home is written by Liz Marsham and illustrated by Nicoletta Baldari.

And then we have DisneyPixar’s Incredibles 2: Crisis in Mid-Life! & Other Stories. Each of the three issues contains two parallel stories: Crisis in Mid-Life!, in which Mr. Incredible fights to stop the supervillain Bomb Voyage from ruining a new submarine dedication ceremony (causing the hero to question his own powers), and Bedtime Story, in which Mr. Incredible tells Jack-Jack a story from his glory days that Dash and Violet have never heard before. Each issue will also feature backup stories about Jack-Jack. The series will be written by the great Christos Gage, and Landry Q. Walker, and illustrated by Gurihiru, J.Bone, Andrea Greppi, and Roberta Zanotta.

Incredibles 2 hits the big screen on June 15th.

Source: Dark Horse Comics

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Legends Of Tomorrow Promotes Matt Ryan

The Waverider is getting a new crew member next season.

Matt Ryan, the actor who portrays John Constantine, will be promoted to a series regular on DC's Legends Of Tomorrow in Season 4. The show has yet to be officially renewed, but given this news, we'd be very surprised if The CW didn't bring the popular DC drama back next year.

Matt Ryan portrayed John Constantine in a short lived series on NBC before appearing on the likes of Arrow and DC's Legends Of Tomorrow. He's also voiced the character in the DC Animated Original Movie Justice League Dark and in the upcoming Constantine animated series over on CW Seed. The animated series debuts on March 24th.

While none of the DC TV shows have officially been renewed, network president Marc Pedowitz previously said he remains optimistic that all the shows will be back next season.

What do you think, Infinite Earths fans?

Source: Entertainment Weekly

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Work Has Begun On The Next Star Wars Trilogy

Late last year, Lucasfilm announced that Rian Johnson would be developing a brand new Star Wars trilogy following the release of Star Wars: Episode IX. Now, the director's writing partner has informed Empire that work has already begun on the next Star Wars trilogy.

"We've started. Slowly, slowly, but we've started," Ram Bergman told the site. "Hopefully soon we're going to get busier."

Johnson also spoke to the site revealing that he's "excited to figure out what it's going to be."

Plot details are non-existent at this point, but we do know that the next trilogy will not be connected to prior installments, nor will it adapt previously released material like the Knights Of The Old Republic video games - which we've got to admit, we'd absolutely love to see.

Still, while Star Wars: The Last Jedi wasn't everyone's cup of coffee, we're more than a little wager to see what Rian Johnson and Ram Bergman have in store for the next Star Wars trilogy.

What do you think, Infinite Earth fans?

Source: Empire Online

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Indiana Jones 5 To Film Next April

Grab your fedora ad bullwhip, we now know when the next Indiana Jones flick will start filming.

Appearing at the Empire Awards last night, director Steven Spielberg revealed that the next film in the hugely popular adventure franchise will begin filming next April over in the UK.

"It’s always worth the trip when I get to work with this deep bench of talent coming out of the UK. The actors, and the crew, the chippies, the sparks, the drivers – everybody who has helped me make my movies here, and will continue helping me make my movies here when I come back in April 2019 to make the fifth Indiana Jones movie right here."

The new film sees Spielberg back behind the camera, while Harrison Ford will be back in the titular lead role once again. Also involved in the project will be producers Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall and writer David Koepp.

Indiana Jones 5 hits the big screen on July 20th, 2020.

Source: Empire Online

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Review: Teen Titans: Season 1: Episode 7 - Switched

We continue our look back at the Teen Titans animated series today with a look at the seventh episode of the debut season - the team-up episode entitled Switched.

Starring: Scott Menville, Greg Cipes, Tara Strong, Hynden Walch and Tracey Walter

The episode begins when the villainous Puppet King sends the Titans a cardboard box filled with puppets that resemble all five members of the team. The young heroes immediately take a liking to the little toys, but that evening the Puppet King emerges from his hiding place and activates a controller which has the ability to transfer the soul of a person into a puppet.

This results in Robin, Beast Boy and Cyborg having their souls moved into the puppets, but when the Puppet King tries this on Raven and Starfire, Raven uses her powers to stop the process. However, she ends up trapped in Starfire's body and visa versa.

The duo flee from Titans Tower with their mind controlled teammates in pursuit.

While on the run, Raven and Starfire have problems using each other's powers. However, during this time, they share with each other stories about their life and learn about each other as a person, in the hopes of understanding their respective powers.

The girls eventually make their way to an abandoned theater where they witness the Puppet King preparing to burn the puppets with the souls of their friends still trapped inside. The duo jump into action and steal the puppets back, but this results in the Puppet King sending the mind-controlled Titans at the girls, attacking them ruthlessly. The Puppet King reclaims the toys and prepares to burn them up, but Raven fires a starbolt, which knocks the controller out of the Puppet King's hand. It ends up landing in the fire which was originally intended to burn the puppets. With the controller destroyed the King loses the magic force keeping him alive and returns back to a puppet and the Titans have their souls returned to their bodies.

The following day, the girls bond over their latest adventure, relaxing with some meditation and an afternoon trip to the mall.

Rating: 4/5 - "This one is all about the girl power as Raven and Starfire must put aside their differences to save the boys from the laughable Puppet King."

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