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Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot on Wonder Woman 1984, Amazon standalone movie, challenging stunts

Wonder Woman 1984 is the highly anticipated film from Warner Bros. and DC, and it has made headlines with the announcement that it will be releasing in theaters and HBO

All My Life’s Jessica Rothe and Harry Shum Jr interview

All My Life is based on the true love story starring Jessica Rothe (Happy Death Day films) as Jennifer Carter and Harry Shum Jr (Glee, Shadowhunters) as Solomon Chau, an

Animaniacs Composers on Hulu reboot: Interview with Julie and Steven Bernstein

Animaniacs is getting a reboot, and it will be premiering this week on November 20th on Hulu. Even though it’s being called a reboot, it’s definitely a continuation of the

Interview: Composer Daniel Rojas on creating score for Netflix’s Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts

The wait is officially over, the third and final season of Dreamwork’s Kipo and the Age of the Wonderbeast is now available to stream on Netflix. In case you need

Reflector’s Unknown 9 aims to create a big universe across video games, movies, and immersive theatre

Last week Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe (BNEE) announced that it had acquired Reflector Entertainment along with its subsidiary Reflector Interactive Productions from Lune Rouge. Bandai Namco has been publishing non-Japanese

John David Washington on Tenet sequel, would sign up to be in Marvel’s Fantastic Four

Tenet is now out in theaters, and it’s the latest from director Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight Trilogy). John David Washington stars as the Protagonist who’s on a mission to

Interview with Netflix’s Away star Vivian Wu

Netflix has been very busy this year, and there’s plenty of space series to explore including Space Force starring Steve Carell and Lost in Space. This weekend, it is premiering

Artist Sean Chen on writing his first comic about a man becoming the Grim Reaper’s Wingman

The current pandemic has affected the comic book industry, and one of the biggest news was DC cutting ties with Diamond Comic Distributors, the comic book distribution giant in North

The Boys Season 2 is just as crazy, hilarious, gruesome, and gross as the first season

When the first season of The Boys premiered, it became an instant hit for Amazon Prime Video. It followed a team trying to take down superheroes abusing their powers. It’s

Composer Alexander Bornstein on Transformers: War for Cybertron Trilogy: Siege (Interview)

Transformers: War for Cybertron Trilogy: Siege is the highly anticipated CG-animated series from Netflix, Hasbro and Rooster Teeth, and it features the neverending war between the Autobots and the Decepticons.

Interview with Ghost of Tsushima composer Ilan Eshkeri

Ghost of Tsushima is the highly anticipated game from Sucker Punch, the video game studio that brought us the Infamous series. The team has switched from the superhero genre to

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Hands-on Impressions

The Assassin’s Creed series has transported fans to historical events including the French Revolution, the American Revolution, the Peloponnesian War, the Golden Age of Piracy, the Third Crusade, the Italian

Batwoman’s Sam Littlefield on playing Mouse, his relationship with Alice

Batwoman is nearing its season finale, and it’ll be airing on May 17, 2020. It stars Ruby Rose as Kate Kane, Bruce Wayne’s cousin and the new hero of Gotham

Scoob! Review: The origin of the Mystery gang

The last theatrical Scooby-Doo film was the live-action sequel, Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed, and that was back in 2004. 16 years later, we finally get another theatrical film titled Scoob!,

Iain Armitage on playing young Shaggy and practicing his ‘zoinks’ in Scoob!

Scoob! was originally scheduled for a theatrical release on May 15, 2020. Due to the current pandemic, Warner Bros. has opted to release the movie digitally instead. The release date

Andy Allo on Amazon’s digital afterlife comedy series, Upload (Interview)

Amazon’s comedy series, Upload, is created by Greg Daniels, who has worked on shows like The Office, Parks and Recreation, King of the Hill, and The Simpsons. The series is

Interview: Master of None’s Alan Yang on new Netflix movie, Tigertail

Tigertail is coming to Netflix this week, and it follows a young Taiwanese factory worker who moves to America to start a new life. In his homeland, he was daring

Composer Paul Leonard-Morgan on Amazon’s Tales from the Loop and Cyberpunk 2077

Tales from the Loop is a sci-fi series from Amazon Prime Video that’s premiering this Friday. It takes inspiration from the digital paintings of Swedish artist Simon Stålenhag, adapting the

Nat Geo Wild’s Critter Fixers: Country Vets – ‘Country boys with swag’

Nat Geo WILD is bringing out new shows featuring veterinarians, and earlier this year we saw the release of Heartland Docs, DVM, a series following a family helping tend the community’s

Scoob! director Tony Cervone: This is the greatest Scooby-Doo animation that’s ever been done

Scooby-Doo is a popular animated franchise that has spawned many series and films since its debut in 1969. Scooby-Doo and the gang also had the theatrical treatment with two films