Pedro Pascal could have a fantastic role in his resume of characters played.
A photo of Josh Harnett wearing a test costume for his role as Superman in the J.J. Abrams and Bret Ratner 2004 film “Superman: Flyby” has gone viral.
According to an article in The Hollywood Reporter, Nintendo’s fantasy game “The Legend of Zelda” is heading to the silver screen. The movie project will be developed by Nintendo and Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Phyllis Coates, the first actress to portray the intrepid Daily Planet reporter Lois Lane on television, has died at 96.
Valerie Perez, an actress, filmmaker and cosplayer is going to have her Wonder Woman short film featured at the Cyprus Comic Con Film Festival. On Wednesday Sept 27., she made the announcement on Instagram.
I’ve read my fair share of Manga and “Superman” comics. However, I never read a Manga centered around the Man of Steel. When I heard the news that DC Comics was partnering with Manga publisher Kodansha (“Attack on Titan”) to produce “Superman vs. Meshi,” I knew I was going to be in for a fun story. And what better story to read than my favorite superhero enjoying one of my favorite foods: Japanese Food?
Apparently, Zachary Levi, the Shazam actor, did not utilize the Wisdom of Solomon when he made a controversial joke regarding the SAG-AFTRA strikes at the Manchester Comic Con late last month. As a result of the backlash received, the actor back tracked.
The iconic line uttered by Green Arrow, the alter ego of billionaire turned superhero Oliver Queen who is portrayed by Stephen Amell, echos differently now.
Actress Allison Mack was released early from jail after serving two years of her three-year prison sentence.
Welcome back to the Demon Slayer Planet podcast! In the second episode of this podcast I did a review of “Demon Slayer,” season three, episode six – “Aren’t you going to be a Hashira?”
In the third episode of the Demon Slayer Planet Podcast, I am going to be doing a review of Demon Slayer Season Three Episode Five — “Bright Red Sword” We delve into Muichiro Tokito’s continued character growth and the unravelling of his past.
Welcome back to the Demon Slayer Planet podcast! I am your host BrianofEarth16 of the Daily Planet and in the second episode of this podcast I am going to be doing a review of Demon Slayer Season Three Episode Four – “Thank you, Tokito” We delve into Muichiro Tokito’s epiphany as he starts to remember fragments of his past and the battle between Tanjiro, Nezuko, Genya, and the clones of the Upper Four demon while the Swordsmith Village is under attack by demons.
In this first ever episode of the podcast, we review the episode of Demon Slayer- Season Three: “The 300-year old Sword!” We touch base on what was good and what could have been better with the episode, character development, and an unique weapon, (not the 300-year-old sword) is introduced in the episode!
As the third season of “Demon Slayer-Kimetsu no Yaiba” progresses, things slowly start to unravel in the second episode.
“Demon Slayer-Kimetsu no Yaiba,” the hit anime based on the Shonen Jump manga series written by Koyoharu Gotouge, has kicked off its first episode of third season in movie theaters nationwide. The theatrical release of the episode was titled “To the Swordsmith Village.”
Cosplaying, the act of dressing up and roleplaying as a character from a fandom, has been a popular endeavor worldwide.