Earlier today, Netflix announced that they will not be showcasing The Punisher at New York Comic-Con after the tragic events that transpired in Las Vegas last Sunday. The panel was originally scheduled for October 7th, but due to the violent subject material that The Punisher series would contain, Netflix cancelled the event. Netflix and Marvel released a statement earlier today: “We are stu...[Read More]
Anime publisher Sentai Filmworks announced earlier today, that it acquired the license for the second season of the comedy anime series, Himouto! Umaru-chan, set to make its debut in October.
Anime publisher Sentai Filmworks announced this week, plans that would see the gradual phasing out of DVDs for their anime releases.
Well, Target is at it again! The popular retailer may have just accidentally leaked information of yet another upcoming video game. A listing on their website was blank, but the title was enough to stir up some conversation: “Bethesda: Game of Thrones.” After literally just finishing the season 7 finale of HBO’s epic fantasy series a few minutes ago, I must say this is without th...[Read More]
Distributor Section23 Films today announced its planned release slate for the month of December 2017, which includes releases from anime publisher Sentai Filmworks as well as Kraken Releasing.
Right Stuf, Inc. and Sunrise Inc. today announced that one of its more well-known Mobile Suit Gundam series, Gundam Wing, would be getting a new release, including the Endless Waltz movie, while Nozomi Entertainment confirmed Blu-ray release details for Revolutionary Girl Utena’s Black Rose and Apocalypse sagas.
The Hollywood Reporter has learned that Oscar-nominated director Stephen Daldry, of Billy Elliot and The Hours fame, is in early talks to direct a new Star Wars standalone film that will focus on Obi-Wan Kenobi. Hollywood Reporter’s sources say the talks are in the earliest possible stages and that the project doesn’t even have a script as of yet. Also, the answer to the question on ev...[Read More]
Following its debut in Japan last month, anime publisher Sentai Filmworks announced earlier today, that the prequel anime film, No Game, No Life Zero, would be making a theatrical debut in North America next month.
The latest Pokemon film, “Pokemon the Movie: I Choose You!”, is coming to theaters for two days via Fathom Events on November 5th and 6th! The new movie is an origin story following Ash and Pikachu early in their journey, searching for Ho-Oh. Along with seeing familiar faces, audiences will be also be introduced to the trainers Verity and Sorrel, and a new Mythical Pokemon, Marshadow.
If there’s one film that I’m most excited for this year, it’s the new adaptation of Stephen King’s IT. While I’m extremely excited, I’m also pretty nervous for this upcoming film as Stephen King’s horror epic is one of the greatest works of literature I’ve ever experienced. For anyone who’s read the novel knows that this story is much more than...[Read More]
Rejoince, 90s kids! The nostalgia train has added another car! For the 20th anniversary of Rocko’s Modern Life, Nickelodeon is airing a one-hour special called Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling.
The popular anime series Fairy Tale is releasing it’s second feature-length film. There will be a limited theatrical release of “Fairy Tale: Dragon Cry” coming in August 14th, 16th, 17th, and 18th to about 300 locations around the United States and Canada. The show on Monday, August 14th will be in the original Japanese with English subtitles. The other three will have the Englis...[Read More]