Last week in pop culture: new Supergirl, Jordan Peele’s secret project and more

There’s a new Supergirl in town. Warner Bros. and DC’s “The Flash” will feature the new iteration of the character. She will be played by Sasha Calle, a Colombian Daytime Emmy-nominated actress known for her role on “The Young and the Restless”. This will be her big-screen debut. Watch her react to the news of… Continue reading

Get over here… for “Mortal Kombat’s” trailer!

Warner Bros. has released the first trailer for its new adaptation of the classic fighting game, “Mortal Kombat”. And it looks like the director Simon McQuid, and screenwriters Greg Russo, Dave Callaham and Oren Uziel have done their homework well. Get ready for a brutal, spectacular brawler with amazing visuals and a wonderful, diverse cast…. Continue reading

Last week in pop culture: D&D gets new cast members, Bear McCreary scores “He-Man” and more

Michelle Rodriguez and Justice Smith have joined the most handsome Hollywood Chris (that is Chris Pine, of course) in the film adaptation of “Dungeons & Dragons”, The Wrap reports. “Game Night’s” Jonathan Goldstein and Jonathan Francis Daley are set to direct the feature, and with a cast that good, I hope this attempt at D&D… Continue reading

Meet the cast of HBO’s “The Last of Us” adaptation

HBO is busy developing “The Last of Us” series with Craig Mazin (“Chernobyl”) and Neil Druckmann, the creator of the critically acclaimed game upon which the project is based. And we now know who are the actors cast in the main roles. According to The Hollywood Reporter, “Game of Thrones” and “The Worst Witch’s” Bella… Continue reading

Last week in pop culture: Wakanda series in the works, new “Wicked” director and more.

Deadline reports that Disney has extended its relationship with Ryan Coogler, the creator of “Black Panther” (aka the best MCU film ever created, and don’t even fight me on that). The evil corporation signed an exclusive deal with Coogler’s media banner Proximity Media. Under the contract, Coogler will develop TV shows for Disney and one… Continue reading

“Sonic Prime” Ordered by Netflix

Netflix have announced that they ordered a new Sonic series, “Sonic Prime”. The show, which will be 3D animated, is set to debut in 2022 on the streaming platform. It will be co-produced by SEGA (obviously), WildBrain Studios (the authors of the critically-acclaimed “Carmen Sandiego” revival) and Man of Action (“Ben 10”, “Big Hero 6:… Continue reading