Tom Welling To Reprise “Clark Kent” Role in Arrowverse Crossover: Crisis on Infinite Earths

Deadline has reported that Tom Welling will be reprising his role as Clark Kent in the upcoming Crisis on Infinite Earths Arrowverse crossover. For those who are not aware, Tom Welling portrayed Clark Kent in Smallville. Other confirmed cameos include Jon Cryer (Lex Luthor), Tyler Hoechlin (Superman), Elizabeth Tulloch (Louis Lane), Kevin Conroy (Future Bruce Wayne), Burt Ward, Brandon Routh (Kingdom Come Superman), characters from CW’s Black Lightning, and (Johnathon Schaech) Jonah Hex. The crossover schedule will go as followed Supergirl: Sunday, December 8, CW’s Batwoman Premiere: December 9 The Flash: Tuesday, December 10 Arrow: Tuesday, January 14, 2020 Legends of Tomorrow: Tuesday,…

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Hawkeye Series Writer Revealed

Hollywoodreporter was able to break the news that Jonathan Igla will be writing the upcoming Hawkeye Disney + series. Some people may know Igla from his time on Mad Men as he was a writer and executive story editor on that series. This time around, he will be writing along with being an executive producer on this series so I’m looking forward to seeing what he will bring to this table. Here’s all we know about the upcoming Hawkeye series so far. Jeremy Renner is due to reprise his titular…

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Jonah Hex Returns in Arrowverse Crossover: Crisis on Infinite Earths

Entertainment Weekly has reported that Johnathon Schaech will be returning to reprise his role as Jonah Hex in the upcoming Crisis on Infinite Earths Arrowverse crossver. For those who are not aware, Jonah Hex first appeared in the first season DC’s Legends of Tomorrow and later appeared in later episodes of the series. Other confirmed cameos include Jon Cryer (Lex Luthor), Tyler Hoechlin (Superman), Elizabeth Tulloch (Louis Lane), Kevin Conroy (Future Bruce Wayne), Burt Ward, Brandon Routh (Kingdom Come Superman), and characters from CW’s Black Lightning.  The crossover schedule will go as followed: Supergirl: Sunday, December 8, CW’s Batwoman Premiere:…

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Iko Uwais in Talks to Join ‘Snake Eyes’ Film Cast

The Hollywood Reporter has reported that Iko Uwais is in talks to the upcoming G.I. Joe spinoff film, “Snake Eyes.” If chosen, Iko is set to portray Hard Master, who is Snake Eye’s teacher. The character has appeared in various Gi-Joe media such as the original comic series and in several animated series based on the brand. Hard Master also appeared in the 2009 live-action adaptation for the franchise titled, Gi-Joe: Rise of Cobra, and was portrayed by Gerald Okamura. The script will be written by Evan Spiliotopoulos and will be directed by Robert Schwentke. Brian…

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Peter Capaldi Joins “The Suicide Squad” Cast, Pete Davidson in Talks

Deadline has reported that Peter Capaldi is joining the cast of “The Suicide Squad.” Additionally it has also been reported that Pete Davidson may be appearing in the film as a part of a short cameo appearance. For those who are not aware, Peter Capaldi is a well known actor who has appeared on both television and theatrical roles. Peter is best known for portraying the twelfth doctor in Doctor Who. Pete Davidson is best known for his comedy sketches on Saturday Night Live. Currently is unknown what characters either actor will be portraying in the film…

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Chin Han & Hiroyuki Sanada Join New Line’s “Mortal Kombat”

Variety has reported that Chin Han and Hiroyuki Sanada are the latest additions to the cast for New Line’s “Mortal Kombat.” Chin will be portraying Shang Tsung while Hiroyuki will be playing Scorpion. The confirmed cast of the film so far includes: Joe Taslim: Sub-Zero Mehcad Brooks: Jackson ‘Jax’ Briggs Sisi Stringer: Mileena Ludi Lin: Liu Kang Tadanobu Asano: Raiden Lewis Tan: TBA Jessica McNamee: Sonya Blade Josh Lawson: Kano Chin Han : Shan Tsung Hiroyuki Sanada: Scorpion Earlier it was reported that Simon McQuoid will be making his directorial debut with the project and the current screenplay for the…

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Lewis Tan, Jessica McNamee and Josh Lawson Join New Line’s ‘Mortal Kombat’ Cast

Deadline has reported that Lewis Tan, Jessica McNamee, and Josh Lawson have joined the cast of New Line’s Mortal Kombat film. While Tan’s role has not been confirmed at this time, Jessica and Josh will be portraying Sonya Blade and Kano, respectively. The confirmed cast of the film so far includes: Joe Taslim: Sub-Zero Mehcad Brooks: Jackson ‘Jax’ Briggs Sisi Stringer: Mileena Ludi Lin: Liu Kang Tadanobu Asano: Raiden Lewis Tan: TBA Jessica McNamee: Sonya Blade Josh Lawson: Kano Earlier it was reported that Simon McQuoid will be making his directorial debut with the project and the current screenplay…

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Steve Agee Joins “The Suicide Squad” Cast

Deadline has reported that Steve Agee will be the joining the cast of The Suicide Squad as King Shark. Earlier it was reported that Michael Rooker would be portraying King Shark, however it has since been debunked. In the comics Nanaue was created by Karl Kesel and made a cameo appearance in Superboy vol. 3 Issue #0, which was released in October 1994. The character wouldn’t make his full appearance until his return in Superboy vol. 3 Issue #9, which was released in Nov. 1994. Nanaue is the son of Chodrakha, the God of all Sharks. Later…

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Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu Ep 89 – Home is Where Our Videos Are

Welcome to an all-new episode of Hero Club’s first original podcast, “Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu!” After a near month hiatus we have returned with new episodes. Today’s episode is us playing catch-up with the several things that we missed. We talk about Kamen Rider Zero-One which premieres soon, the new Lightning Collection figures, new S.H.Figuarts and interesting home video releases. These new home video releases for both Godzilla, and Ultraman eventually lead into our main discussion on the tokusatsu home video releases in North America (Region 1)… Next time on…

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D23 2019: Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur Animated Series Announced

Marvel Entertainment recently revealed a new animated series is in the works based on Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur at D23 Expo 2019. The series will be simply titled, “Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur,” and is set to premiere on the Disney Channel, although no exact air date has been confirmed at this time. The news was unveiled during the Disney Television Animation’s panel at Disney’s D23 Expo. Executive producers on the project includes: Laurence Fishburne, Helen Sugland’s Cinema Gypsy Production, Marvel Animation & Family Entertainment, and Steve Loter.  The series will focus on genius 13 year…

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