Official Images: S.H.Figuarts Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan Vegeta

Premium Bandai has updated with an official pre-order page for S.H.Figuarts Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan Vegeta. For those who are not aware the figure is based on Vegeta’s appearance in Dragon Ball Super: Broly.  The figure will include: Alternate Hair Part (Super Saiyan God) Alternate Face Part (Super Saiyan God) Alternate Face Parts X2 Exchangeable Wrists (Left X3, Right X4) Crossed Arm Parts Pre-orders for the item will open on December 16 at 4 P.M. JST and the figure will be released in May 2019 priced at 5,940 Yen. Those who are interested in pre-ordering the item early should contact…

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Hirona Yamazaki Joins Monster Hunter Hollywood Live-Action Film Cast

Sony Pictures has announced that Hirona Yamazaki will be be joining the cast of the live-action film adaptation of the Monster Hunter game franchise. Yamazaki is set to portray as the “Handler,” who will be helping Artemis and the Hunter on their journey. For those who are not aware the “Handlers” featured in the various Monster Hunter games help hunters chose their missions.   The confirmed cast members so far include: Captain Natalie Artemis Tony Jaa: Hunter Hirona Yamazaki: Handler Ron Perlman: Admiral T.I. Harris: Link Diego Boneta: Sergeant Marshall Meagon Good: TBA Josh Helman: TBA Last month Sony…

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Brian Stapf Joins DC Universe “Stargirl” Cast as Wildcat

TV Insider has reported that Brian Stapf will be joining the cast of the DC Universe Supergirl series as Ted Grant aka Wildcat. For those who are not aware, Ted Grant was another founder member of the Justice Society of America. Wildcat first debuted in the comics in Sensation Comics #1, which was released in January 1942. The original Wildcat was created by Bill Finger & Irwin Hasen. Ted Grant previously made an appearance on Arrow played by J.R. Ramirez who was the mentor to Laurel Lance (Katie Cassidy). The confirmed cast members so far include: Brec Bassinger: Stargirl Joel McHale: Starman (Sylvester Pemberton)…

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2019 Pokémon Film Details Revealed

TOHO recently revealed details for the 2019 Pokémon film during their 2019 lineup presentation. The film will be titled, “Mewtwo’s Counterattack Evolution (Mew Two no Gyakushū Evolution) and it is set to premiere on July 12, 2019 in Japan. The film will be the 22nd overall film in the franchise. A trailer for the film was revealed during the Japanese screenings of Pokémon the Movie: The Power of Us (Gekijōban Pocket Monster: Minna no Monogatari). Unfortunately an official upload for the trailer is not available at this time. The title for the film is a reference to the Japanese name…

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Lou Ferrigno Jr. Joins DC Universe Stargirl Cast as Hourman

TVline has reported that Lou Ferrigno Jr. will be playing Rex Tyler aka Hourman in the upcoming DC Universe Stargirl series. For those who are not aware, Rex Tyler was one of the founding members of the Justice Society of America. Rex Tyler made his debut appearance in Adventure Comics #48, which was released in March 1940. The original Hourman was created by Ken Fitch and Bernard Baily. This isn’t the first time the character was seen in a live-action DC production as the character recently appeared as a guest role in DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, who was portrayed by Patrick J. Adams. No other details…

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Joel McHale Joins DC Universe Stargirl Cast as Starman

Variety has reported that Joel McHale will be joining the cast of the upcoming DC Universe exclusive Stargirl series as Sylvester Pemberton, who is also known as Starman. The character is stated to be depicted as the “Golden Age Starman” and he will have a reoccurring role in the series.   For those who are not aware, Sylvester Pemberton made his debut appearance in Action Comics #40, which was released in September 1941. The character was created by Jerry Siegel and Hal Sherman. The character also had various aliases throughout his career such as Star-Spangled Kid and Skyman.   Variety provided…

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Pedro Pascal Cast As Lead Character in Jon Favreau’s “The Mandalorian”

The official Star Wars website has updated with the official announcement that Pedro Pascal will be portraying the lead character in Jon Favreau’s “The Mandalorian.” Currently his character’s name is unknown, however it is nice to see who will be portraying the main lead.   Other cast members include: Gina Carano Giancarlo Esposito Emily Swallow  Carl Weathers Werner Herzog Omid Abtahi Nick Nolte   Jon Favreau had some thoughts about the confirmed cast so far. “We’re having a great time working with this incredibly talented group and excited for everyone to see what we’re up…

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Shout! Factory Announces Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger: The Complete Series

Happy Wednesday heroes, as we got some news coming out of Shout! Factory; the distributor has announced that they will be releasing Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger on home video. This means that Super Sentai fans can finally own all 51 episodes of the series, legally. For those who who are not aware, Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger is the 26th season of Super Sentai, having aired from February 17, 2002 to February 9, 2003. However, the series is better known to North Americans for its ever-popular adaptation as Power Rangers Ninja Storm.   Here is Shout! Factory’s official description for Ninpuu Sentai…

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New One Piece Stampede Anime Film Premiere Date Announced

The official One Piece anime website has updated with the announcement that the One Piece Stampede film will premiere in theaters in Japan on August 9, 2019. The film is the 14th overall film in the franchise and it will celebrate the 20th anniversary of One Piece. The latest trailer features a quick peak into the setting of the film and showcases several of the main characters. The official website also provided an official visual for the film. The previous film titled, “One Piece Film Gold.” premiered in theaters in Japan in July 2016. Funimation screened the English dub…

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International Based ‘Ultraman’ Reboot in the Works

The Hollywood Reporter has reported that an Ultraman “reboot” is in the works for the international market. The project will be produced by Tsuburaya Productions and US based Starlight Runner Entertainment. Starlight Runner Entertainment will be working with The Licensing Group to release the series “across multiple platforms, with story-driven licensing and merchandising programs for the U.S. and international markets.” The project is stated to be produced as a series that will be released on a streaming platform.   For those who are not aware, Ultraman is a long running tokusatsu series that was created by Eiji Tsuburaya. The original series was released…

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