Netflix have released a trailer for their version of Death Note and… well I’m not really sure what to think!
I have enjoyed the majority of the versions of Death Note including the film, tv and anime versions but something here sets off the Cult Faction spider-sense. What do you think?
New images from Season 4 of Peaky Blinders (which is currently filming) show Tommy Shelby (Cillian Murphy) charging around the streets of Toxteth, Liverpool.
Also, Stephen Knight of the BBC has confirmed that Tom Hardy’s character Alfie Solomons would be returning, and said he believes Season 4 is the “best yet”.
“This is a real passion project for me and I look forward to telling more stories of the Shelby family. I am genuinely thrilled at the response to the third series of the show.”
The fourth series is likely to be set in 1926 and will include the General Strike.
Steven says: “I want to shine the light on the 1920’s and hopefully the 1930’s, making it a true between the wars family story. I want the family trajectory to continue upwards and for them to become wealthier and more powerful. The only thing I want to do is for Tommy to be knighted, to become Sir Thomas Shelby for various nefarious reasons! I hope it does run and run all the way up to the Second World War, but it does get harder to get the cast together as the actors are being pulled into feature films. It’s a victim of its own success. Tom Hardy was very keen to return. He’s an actor in high demand but he made sure he would be available for Peaky Blinders. I know how he feels. This is my hobby – writing and directing films are the day job, but Peaky Blinders is what I do because I love it. I have a real loyalty and affection for it, it’s my baby and I have wanted to do it for 20 years.”
The release date for Season 4 has yet to be announced.
DreamWorks Animation and 20th Century Fox have released the first trailer for the upcoming Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie:
Ed Helms (The Office, The Hangover) stars as the voice of Captain Underpants with Kevin Hart (Ride Along, Jumanji), Thomas Middleditch (Silicon Valley, Search Party) as George and Harold, Nick Kroll (Loving, Sing) as Professor Poopypants, and Jordan Peele (Key & Peele, Keanu) as Melvin Sneedly.
Follow the Ghost, from the stunning 2016 Doctor Who Christmas Special “The Return of Doctor Mysterio,” into a brand-new, galaxy-spanning adventure with the Doctor!
An all-new adventure with the Ghost, Lucy Fletcher, and the Doctor. What part of the Ghost’s secret origin returns to threaten the universe? And a superhero needs… A super-villain! Meet the Ghost’s dark shadow…!
When he executed the last nanotech-enhanced super soldier, John Ravane thought that was the end of the haywire Insurgence Program. Ten years later, in the wake of social unrest, its true legacy is revealed. As sleeper agents scattered throughout the country activate, Ravane must stand between a government he cannot trust and the soldiers he once hunted.
Written by F. j. Desanto and Todd Farmer with art by Federico Dallocchio and cover art by Jon Adams.
“The game world launches an all out attack in the real world! And in front of the Gamer Riders and Kyuurangers, an “Arena of Death” materializes and the fate of the world will be decided here! Trapped in this dimension of unprecedented puzzles connecting our world to the game world, a generation of heroes must fight to the finish in this battle royale! When those heroes be revived… all rules will be broken! And when the world is about to fall, imagination brings fourth a band of unimaginable new heroes!”
Kamen Rider X Super Sentai Cho Super Hero Taisen will premiere in Japanese cinemas on 25th March 2017.
When scrawny Marty Spencer is drafted into the Vietnam War, he finds himself smack dab in the middle of the heart of darkness. But Marty has a secret. A secret even from himself. And Vietnam is a hell of a place to find out you’re a werewolf.
Spider-Woman is an animated television series based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. The series was produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises and Marvel Comics Animation and ran for one season of 16 episodes between September 22nd 1979 to January 5th 1980.
Many have wondered why out of all the more well known characters Spider-Woman was chosen for her own cartoon series. The truth is Filmation produced a cartoon called Web Woman. Marvel Comics responded quickly with a Spider-Woman cartoon to secure their copyright.
In the cartoon series Jessica Drew (Joan Van Ark) was bitten by a poisonous spider as a child; her father saved her life by injecting her with an experimental “spider serum,” which also granted her superhuman powers.
As an adult, Jessica is editor of Justice Magazine, with two other employees featured; photographer Jeff Hunt and Jessica’s teenage nephew Billy. When trouble arises, Jessica slips away to change into her secret identity of Spider-Woman!
Directed by Albert Pyun, Dollman follows Brick Bardo (Tim Thomerson), a rough around the ages cop on the planet Arturos.
Note: This Brick Bardo is no relation to the Brick Bardo is Albert Pyun’s previous movie Bloodmatch.
Opening with a hostage situation that Bardo resolves by humorously entering the laundry, and causing fat women to faint and fall onto the bad guy by threatening to use his gun to blow a hole through them—”the most powerful handgun in the universe.” Instead of being hailed a hero though, Bardo is shouted at by the mayor, who knows of Bardo’s usually violent methods and the fact that Bardo was supposed to be suspended at the time!
The film then cuts to Bardo in his apartment, where a news broadcast implies that Bardo is being framed for the deaths of the hostages in the laundromat, as a setup. Just then, a man begins to fire at Bardo and tells him an “old friend” wishes to see him, before using some device which puts Bardo to sleep. After Bardo wakes up on a desert plain, Sprug (basically a head!)—Bardo’s greatest enemy—says that modern medicine did him wonders, unlike Bardo’s deceased family. Sprug (Frank Collison) tells Bardo he will shoot all his body parts off, just as Bardo did to Sprug before.
The two men with Sprug are about to kill Bardo using Bardo’s own custom Groger Blaster, but Bardo uses a magnetic field in his hand to retrieve his gun and quickly shoots the two henchmen into bloody chunks. One of them is blasted in half, smokes a cigarette and asks what Bardo wants, but he just says “nothing” in a monotone manner before chasing after Sprug. Despite an advertised warning not to enter an energy band (some mysterious glowing lights in space), both Sprug and Bardo go through one such energy band, eventually reaching Earth where they are shrunken to several inches in height…
The Relativity Universe expands with New Humanz!
Riley, a former CIA agent, and her daughter Sadie are ripped through a temporal vortex and stranded in the year 2226. The journey causes Sadie to lose most of her body, only to be saved by robotic surgery, making her a cyborg. Riley now works in a crime syndicate and attempts to find a suitable donor for her daughter.
Written by Taran Chadha with art by Ruben Rojas and cover art by Gabe Sapienza.