Dragon Ball Super may soon be coming to an end.
According to Japanese site Sanspo (via Kotaku), the fifth anime in the beloved Dragon Ball series is, for now, concluding this March. Fuji TV has said a new TV production is currently TBA. But, it did also state "it’s like not the series is finished." It's unclear if this refers to the overall Dragon Ball series or the Dragon Ball Super anime in particular.
Created by Akira Toriyama, Dragon Ball Super made its debut in 2015 and follows Goku and his friends after they bring peace to Earth by defeating Majin Buu.
Spoiler warning: This article contains plot details for Supernatural Season 13, episode 10, titled "Wayward Sisters."
Female characters haven't always had the best survival rate on Supernatural -- a shortcoming that has earned TV's longest-running genre show its share of criticism over its 13 season run, even occasionally from members of its own cast.
The best fitness tracker for under $100 is the Garmin Vivosmart HR. Out of all the trackers we tested from Garmin, TomTom, FitBit, and Huawei, it is the most complete package, combining excellent hardware with slick, easy-to-use software. We've come to this conclusion after weeks of taking five entry-level trackers from TomTom, FitBit, Garmin, and Huawei with us to the gym as well as strapping them to our wrist for many, many miles of outdoor running.
Disney has reportedly tapped 28 Weeks Later director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo to helm The Sword in the Stone live-action remake.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Fresnadillo is currently in talks with Disney to take on the project, which would be a reimagining of the 1963 animated classic. A release date for the remake has not been set yet.
Game of Thrones writer-producer Bryan Cogman reportedly wrote the script, with Brigham Taylor (The Jungle Book) producing. The original movie's story follows the magician Merlin mentoring a young King Arthur, and it is the last film released by Disney before Walt Disney's death.
There’s been plenty of fan excitement surrounding the Disney/Fox deal because of what it means for Marvel’s movies, but the deal would also have an impact on Marvel Comics and the comic book industry at large. As we begin the long wait for the regulatory process to play out, an estimated 12-18 months, let’s dive into the biggest effects this deal will have, if it does indeed happen.
The most obvious is the treatment of the X-Men and Fantastic Four in Marvel’s publishing strategy. It’s no secret that Marvel Entertainment CEO Ike Perlmutter previously made moves to spite Fox because they held the movie rights to the X-Men and Fantastic Four. For Marvel’s comics line, this caused a reduced the presence of the X-Men and outright cancellation of the Fantastic Four ongoing comic.
Steven Spielberg's next movie could be Indiana Jones 5.
Deadline reports the filmmaker may helm the next Indy film, with Harris Ford reprising his role as the iconic character, or a remake of the 1961 musical West Side Story. If Spielberg were to take on Indiana Jones 5 next, he'd potentially follow it up quickly with the new West Side Story, which Tony Kushner (Lincoln) is writing the script for.
There's also the possibility of Spielberg shifting his focus to an entirely new film instead if a script catches his eye, which happened with Liz Hanna's screenplay for The Post. As for Indiana Jones 5, the film is scheduled to hit theaters on July 10, 2020.
Ken Watanabe has joined the cast of the upcoming Detective Pikachu movie.
The Hollywood Reporter revealed Watanabe will star in the Pokemon spin-off being directed by Goosebumps and Shark Tale alum Rob Letterman.
Watanabe's character is named Detective Yoshida, and will star alongside Ryan Reynold's Detective Pikachu, whose role is set to involve some form of motion capture.
The script has already been penned by Guardian's of the Galaxy screenwriter Nicole Perlman and Gravity Falls' creator Alex Hirsch.
Premiering Sunday, January 21st is Counterpart - a new sci-fi spy saga on Starz featuring Oscar-winner J.K. Simmons as Howard Silk, a meek beurocrat who discovers that the Berlin office he works at houses the secret of a gateway to an alternate/parallel Earth.
Part Cold War thriller/part Fringe, Counterpart expertly explores the idea of identity as the alternate world, which is a mirror of our own accidentally created 30 years prior, contains doubles of everyone. And people older than 30 years of age will actually share a past, a childhood and some change, with their doppelgänger since it's only after the alt-world was created that things start to diverge between the two versions.
The Flash's Kid Flash has joined DC's Legends of Tomorrow as a series regular.
Entertainment Weekly reports Keiynan Lonsdale will reprise his role as Wally West in the show's upcoming Season 3 episode 11, which premieres on February 19. He'll then become an official member of the team in episode 13. The character previously appeared in the season 3 premiere of Legends of Tomorrow, in which he helped the time-traveling superhero team.
Wally West has been largely absent during the current fourth season of The Flash, with the character trying to find his place in the world following Barry Allen's return from the Speed Force. Kid Flash's arrival on the Waverider comes after the departures of Martin Stein (Victor Garber) and Jax (Frazn Drameh), who combined to form Firestorm.
Toy Story 4 has found its writer in Stephany Folsom.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Folsom has been hired to pen the film's script, after Rashida Jones and her writing partner Will McCormack departed the project over "philosophical differences" with Pixar last year.
Toy Story 4 will serve as Folsom's first major writing credit. Despite having worked on Thor: Ragnarok, she was denied "Story by" credit by the Writers Guild of America. In 2013, Folsom appeared on the Black List for an original screenplay she wrote called 1969 A Space Odyssey: Or How Kubrick Learned to Stop Worrying and Land on the Moon.
Fans were excited a couple of years back when word broke about a writers room being assembled for Hasbro's planned shared cinematic universe which would include properties like G.I. Joe, Micronauts, M.A.S.K., and Rom: Spaceknight. The group included Pulitzer Prize winner Michael Chabon, Eisner Award winner Brian K. Vaughan, Oscar-winner Akiva Goldsman, and several other in-demand Hollywood screenwriters. That included John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein, who in a recent chat with IGN talked about what that writers room experience was like -- and how they don't think the movie versions of M.A.S.K. and Rom are going to happen.
With Playground's second team now all but confirmed to be on a Fable revival, we discuss what the news means for Forza Horizon, for gamers, and for Fable itself. Plus: rumors of a new Xbox One Elite Controller, the New Duke gets priced and dated, a new Alien game bursts out of a new developer's chest, and more!
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In Avengers #676, the second chapter of the “No Surrender” storyline where the Earth has been mysteriously “stolen,” sending the world into chaos and calling all active and reserve Avengers to action, we learned a great deal about the mysterious character named Voyager.
Warning: full spoilers ahead!
Chris Hemsworth might be best known for playing Marvel's Mighty Thor (and being a stealthy comedic scene-stealer), but in 12 Strong, he's embodying a real-life hero -- the leader of an elite US Special Forces team sent into Afghanistan in the immediate aftermath of 9/11 to join up with one of the local warlords, General Abdul Rashid Dostum, in the fight against the Taliban.
And if that tricky political terrain wasn't dangerous enough, the mountainous landscape also meant that the soldiers couldn't use traditional transportation, instead charging into battle on horses, even though most of them had no riding experience.
Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment have announced Justice League will arrive in 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack, Blu-Ray 3D Combo Pack, Blu-ray Combo Pack, and DVD on March 13. Fans will also be able to purchase a digital copy of the film one month early, on February 13.
The 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack will cost $44.95, with the Blu-ray 3D Combo Pack priced at $44.95, Blu-ray Combo Pack for $35.99 and DVD for $28.98.