Disney XD has released three clips from the "Ant-Man," "Burrito Run," and "Attack of the Synthezoids" episodes of Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors! When exactly these episodes will air in the U.S. is uncertain, but regardless, come check it out!
"I think that the greatest special effect is caring about a character. A lot of movies seem to forget that, and they bring out a lot of fireballs and then wonder why the fireballs don’t have that much impact.."
An initial teaser for DC's latest animated feature leaked online recently, but now a brand new official trailer and synopsis have been released. Take a look at some very different versions of Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman in this alternate reality tale after the jump.
With Tommorrowland set to hit theaters on May 22, director Brad Bird is beginning the first leg of his press tour. Naturally, one of the first questions asked was how are things going on The Incredibles 2. Here's his answer.
In this new Batman vs Robin clip, Sean Maher (Serenity/Firefly) provides the voice of Nightwing, while Stuart Allan is the voice of Damian Wayne. "I was trained by Bruce Wayne and ever time they met, he kicked Ra's al Ghul's ass."
Cartoon Network's Uncle Grandpa: Good Mornin' landed at retailers today and we've got two copies to give away! CLICK HERE to see some hilarious clips from the show and find out how to win!
DC All Access has your first look at WB Animations' latest effort, Batman vs Robin, which sees Gotham's protector and his assassin-trained son take on the shadowy Court of Owls. This film is a direct sequel to Son of Batman.
Adi Shankar’s "Bootleg Universe" is apparently going to keep moving forward - tackling new properties and mediums. After Power Rangers
, Punisher, Venom, Judge Dredd and James Bond, Captain Planet may be next.
Aside from the initial promo poster
, this is our first proper look at Jon M. Chu's upcoming live-action adaptation of the Jem and the Holograms
cartoon. It's not the greatest quality, but take a look and let us know if it's truly (truly, truly) outrageous enough...
As expected, Phil Lord and Chris Miller won't be directing The LEGO Movie sequel, something which is sure to disappoint fans of the first movie as much as its recent Oscars snub! They will however still write and produce, and you can find out who will be in the director's chair here...