New Ghostbusters Movie in the Works

Entertainment Weekly has reported that Jason Reitman will be directing and co-writing a new Ghostbusters film that is set in the universe that started with the original 1984 film. His involvement is not much of a surprise since his father, Ivan Reitman, was the director of the first live-action Ghostbusters film. Ivan will be returning to help his son produce the next installment in the Ghostbusters film franchise.   Entertainment Weekly also conducted an interview with Jason and Ivan Reitman.   Jason Reitman had this to say about his role on the project. “I’ve always thought of…

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OLDCODEX to Perform Ultraman Anime Theme Song

The official Ultraman anime Twitter page has updated with the announcement that OLDCODEX will be performing the theme song for the upcoming anime titled, “Sight Over The Battle.”   For those who are not aware, the series is an anime adaptation of Eiichi Shimizu and Tomohiro Shimoguchi’s Ultraman manga series. The manga series debuted in Hero’s Monthly in November 2011. The manga series serves as a sequel to the original 1966 Ultraman live-action series.   In addition, the staff for the series also revealed official suit design visuals for Seven. Netflix provided a description for the series. Several years have passed since the events…

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M.A.O Joins Fire Force TV Anime Cast

The official Fire Force anime website has updated with the announcement that M.A.O will be joining the cast of the series. M.A.O will be voicing Iris, who is a nun assigned to Shinra Kusakabe’s team. The official Fire Force anime Youtube also updated with a character trailer for Iris. The confirmed cast now consists of: Gakuto Kajiwara: Shinra Kusakabe Yusuke Koboyashi: Arthur Boyle M.A.O.: Iris Kodansha provided a description for the manga series. Terror has paralyzed the clockwork metropolis of Tokyo! Possessed by demons, people have begun to burst into flame, leading to the establishment of a special…

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Hiyori Sakurada to Reprise Role in 2nd Live-Action Tokyo Ghoul Film

The official live-action Tokyo Ghoul website has updated with the announcement that Hiyori Sakurada will be reprising her role as Hinami Fueguchi in Tokyo Ghoul 2. The previously revealed cast members include: Masataka Kubota: Ken Kaneki Maika Yamamoto: Tōka Kirishima Shū Tsukiyama: Shota Matsuda Additionally, it was also revealed that Shunya Shiraishi will be returning to reprise his role as Nishiki Nishio. Kai Ogasawara will also be returning to play his role as Hideyoshi “Hide” Nagachika. The first live-action Tokyo Ghoul film premiered at Anime Expo in July 3, 2017 and later premiered on July 7 in Berlin. The film made its first Japanese debut at…

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Yusuke Kobayashi Fire Force Anime Cast

Recently it has been revealed that Yusuke Koboyashi will be joining the cast for the anime adaptation of the Fire Force manga series. Koboyashi is set to voice Arthur Boyle, who is a new recruit to the Special Fire Force Company 8 team. The official Youtube channel for the Fire Force anime adaptation also updated with a new character trailer for Arthur Boyle. Kodansha provided a description for the manga series. Terror has paralyzed the clockwork metropolis of Tokyo! Possessed by demons, people have begun to burst into flame, leading to the establishment of a special firefighting team: the…

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Luke Wilson Joins DC Universe “Stargirl” Cast

Deadline has reported that Luke Wilson will be joining the cast of the DC Universe exclusive Stargirl series. Wilson will be portraying Pat Dugan who is the pilot of S.T.R.I.P.E.  For those who are not aware, Patrick “Pat” Dugan was created by Jerry Siegal and Hal Sherman. The character was first introduced in Action Comics #40, which was released in September 1941. The confirmed cast so far includes: Brec Bassinger: Stargirl Joel McHale: Starman (Sylvester Pemberton) Lou Ferrigno Jr.: Hourman (Rex Tyler) Brian Stapf: Wildcat (Ted Grant) Luke Wilson: Pat Dugan/  S.T.R.I.P.E.  Anjelika Washington: TBA Henry Thomas: Dr. Mid-Nite (Dr.…

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Justice League vs. The Fatal Five’s Voice Cast Revealed

The Hollywood Reporter has recently revealed the voice cast for the upcoming DC animated film titled, “Justice League vs. The Fatal Five.” For those who are not aware, the film was first unveiled at San Diego Comic Con 2018 and was set for a 2019 release date. The film is also the 11th Justice League animated film. Bruce Timm will working as the executive producer on the project. Justice League vs. The Fatal Five will revolve around the Justice League as they fight the powerful Fatal Five in order to find the Green Lantern, Jessica…

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Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans Anime Receives Spin-off Mobile Game

Sunrise and Bandai Namco Entertainment recently opened an official website for the upcoming Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans (Kidō Senshi Gundam: Tekketsu no Orphans) project, which was teased earlier last year. The website revealed that the new project will be a new smartphone app, which will be titled, “Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans: Urðr-Hunt (Kidō Senshi Gundam: Tekketsu no Orphans: Urðr-Hunt).”    The staff from the original anime series will be returning to work on this project. The spinoff is set in the year P.D. 323, which coincides with the timeline set in the original anime series.…

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Leonardo Nam Joins DC Universe’s Swamp Thing Cast

Deadline has reported that Leonardo Nam will be joining the cast of the DC Universe Swamp Thing series. Nam will be portraying  Harlan Edwards, who will be a recurring role in the series. Deadline provided a short description of the series. Written by Mark Verheiden and Gary Dauberman, Swamp Thing follows Abby Arcane (Reed) as she investigates what seems to be a deadly swamp-born virus in a small town in Louisiana but soon discovers that the swamp holds mystical and terrifying secrets. When unexplainable and chilling horrors emerge from the murky marsh, no one is safe. Nam…

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CW “Batwoman” Series Receives Pilot Order

Deadline has reported that the Batwoman CW live-action series has been given a pilot order by the network. The series, which will star Ruby Rose as Kate Kane aka Batwoman. For those who are not aware, Batwoman made her live-action debut in the recent Arrowverse crossover called Elseworlds. According to Deadline, David Nutter is being considered as the director of the pilot. Deadline also provided some backstory on the character. Batwoman marks the first gay lead character — male or female — of a live-action superhero series. In the CW’s drama based on the DC characters, she’s armed with a…

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