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Mad Max Fury Road sequel is happening, but not for a while

By: Derek Strickland | TV, Movies & Home Theatre | Posted: 34 mins ago

Mad Max: Fury Road is getting a sequel, director George Miller confirms, but it probably won't be out for a long time.


After invigorating the Mad Max franchise, George Miller's next film is far removed from the action flick. But Miller is far from done with the bloody, scorched post-apocalyptic world of mayhem and metal. In a recent interview with Deadline, Miller says Max's story is far from finished.

"I'm not done with the Mad Max story and I think you have to be a multi-tasker, and there's certainly another Mad Max coming down the pike after this. We're in preparation on that as well," Miller said.

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Gal Gadot releases short Wonder Woman 1984 trailer, teasing tomorrow

By: Jak Connor | TV, Movies & Home Theatre | Posted: 20 hours, 4 mins ago

If you saw the first Wonder Woman movie, then you are no doubt excited for the sequel, Wonder Woman 1984.

Luckily we aren't that far away from the sequel, and to get fans excited for the release, Wonder Woman actress Gal Gadot has taken to her personal Twitter account to tease the full trailer release. The quick 30-second teaser trailer shows off some pretty awesome action scenes of Wonder Woman doing what she does best, protecting the innocent and battling the guilty.

The teaser trailer says that the full trailer will be released tomorrow during the Brazil CCXP at exactly 12:30 pm. It is also mentioned that the trailer will be live-streamed on Twitter first before hitting other platforms. But if I know the internet, and I do, I'd suspect that as soon as it's uploaded to Twitter, it's going to be copied and re-uploaded to YouTube, Facebook, and basically everywhere else

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Here's the beginning of Rick and Morty Season 4 episode 4

By: Jak Connor | TV, Movies & Home Theatre | Posted: 22 hours, 49 mins ago

Adult Swim has released the beginning of Rick and Morty Season 4 Episode 4, showing Morty attempting to bargain with Rick about getting his own dragon.

If you have been out of the loop with Rick and Morty season 4 news, the fourth episode is about to release after the short Thanksgiving break. To hype up fans for the fourth episode, Adult Swim has decided to release the first 38 seconds of the episode on their social medias.

The fourth episode is titled "Morty Gets A Dragon," and only a couple of days ago, we got a teaser of Rick battling Morty's dragon under their house. From today's teaser, we get a bit of context on how and why Morty gets a dragon, and judging from the video Morty bargained Rick for a dragon because he didn't want to go on Rick's adventure and cut class. Rick and Morty Season 4 Episode 4 releases tomorrow at 11:30 pm ET.

These Star Wars-themed Coca-Cola bottles use OLED's for lightsabers

By: Jak Connor | TV, Movies & Home Theatre | Posted: 1 day, 13 hours ago

Coca-Cola is getting behind this month's release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, and what better way to celebrate the launch than with light-up Star Wars-themed Coca-Cola bottles.


Coca-Cola took to their Instagram account to release a video showcasing their new line of Star Wars-themed Coca-Cola bottles. So what's so special about this? These Rey and Kylo-Ren Coca-Cola bottles light-up when their label is touched, triggering the OLED lights and activating the lightsabers.

The labels were designed by a German company called Inuru, who have equipped each label with a built-in printed battery. When a user touches the label, the circuit that is connected to the OLED's is completed, sending electricity to the lightsabers. Inuru says that each label can be used a minimum of 500 times before the battery runs out. Unfortunately, Coca-Cola is only releasing 8,000 of these limited edition bottles, and they are only available in Singapore between December 6th to December 22nd.

Neil deGrasse Tyson's 'Cosmos' season 3 will return in March next year

By: Jak Connor | TV, Movies & Home Theatre | Posted: 1 day, 14 hours ago

The National Geographic Channel has announced that Emmy winning series 'Cosmos' will be returning for a third season in March next year.


Neil deGrasse Tyson will host the third season of the show, which Ann Druyan, the creative director of NASA's Voyager interstellar message project, says is "our boldest [season] yet". The third season is said to take viewers through topics such as humanity's future on distant planets, extinction, and a general look at the history of our universe.

Season 3 will first be aired on the National Geographic Channel, and then it will appear on Fox sometime in the Summer of the same year. Druyan says, "The 'Ship of the Imagination' will carry us places we never dared to venture before: lost worlds and worlds to come, deep into the future and straight through that hole in the curtain masking other realities". Cosmos season 3 will be aired on March 9th, 2020. Get excited about science!

This Witcher TV show fight scene video puts Game of Thrones' to shame

By: Jak Connor | TV, Movies & Home Theatre | Posted: 1 day, 16 hours ago

If you haven't been keeping up with the Witcher TV show news, critics have said that the fight scenes in the show 'make Game of Thrones fights look awful' -- now we can take a look for ourselves.

Netflix has released an extremely short teaser clip of Geralt of Rivia doing what he does best, hunting and killing victims. The video can be seen above, and from what we can see, it appears Geralt, played by Man of Steel's Henry Cavill, is in a courtroom, and something goes badly wrong. What appears to be the ruler of the courtroom orders her men to kill Geralt and his friend, and that's where she made a mistake.

Choreography wise, Cavill has got Geralt's graceful yet brutal fighting style down packed - this an extremely important part for Witcher fans as Geralt and Witchers, in general, have a particular fighting style. Geralt cuts through the men that approach him like a warm knife going through butter. After seeing this fight scene hype has increased even more for the shows expected arrive on December 20th.

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Dr. Disrespect is getting a TV show that exposes doc's origin story

By: Derek Strickland | TV, Movies & Home Theatre | Posted: 2 days, 1 hour ago

Famous ill-tempered Twitch streamer Dr. Disrespect is getting his very own TV show.


The show itself is being produced by Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman's Skybound Entertainment, and is goes in a very meta direction by exploring Dr. Disrespect's origin story. It'll be a narrative-driven show that chronicles the macho mullet-earing Blockbuster video game champion's rise to fame. Guy Beahm, the streamer who plays the character, says it'll expose "how the doctor became the doctor."

Right now the project is in very early stages of development and it could animated or live-action. Every Dr. Disrespect stream is basically a show in of itself, so this shouldn't be anything new for Beahm.

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Maze Runner director scheduled to create new Planet of the Apes movie

By: Jak Connor | TV, Movies & Home Theatre | Posted: 4 days, 14 hours ago

A new report has revealed that another Planet of the Apes movie is in the works, and its director will be the man behind the camera for The Maze Runner.


The Hollywood Reporter has reported that Fox has hired Maz Runner director, Wes Ball to develop and direct a brand new Planet of the Apes movie. It's unclear whether or not this movie will be a continuation of the already established franchise or if Fox will decide to reboot the franchise with a fresh director.

The Planet of the Apes franchise has been done many times over. Originally, the first movie in 1968 came from a book by French writer Pierre Boulle. That film's popularity led to sequels being made in TV form, and eventually, in 2001, Tim Burton rebooted the franchise again with Mark Wahlberg. Planet of the Apes got another fresh take in 2011 when Fox released Rise of the Planet of the Apes starring James Franco and Andy Serkis. This sparked two more movies to be made, 2014's Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and 2017's War for the Planet of the Apes.

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Rick and Morty Season 4 episode 4 teaser video, 'Morty gets a dragon'

By: Jak Connor | TV, Movies & Home Theatre | Posted: 4 days, 14 hours ago

Who's excited for the next episode of Rick and Morty? I know I am, which means I'll be tuning into episode 4 this Sunday at 11:30 pm. But first, let's check out the released teaser.

The official Twitter account for Rick and Morty released the above teaser for season 4's episode 4, and from the video, we learn that this episode will be based around Morty getting a dragon. We know this from one of two reasons, the video's caption "It's the Morty gets a dragon episode" and Rick saying "and that's the end of the Morty gets a dragon episode".

Summer then asks Rick "are you gonna slay it?", Rick then turns around and says, "first off, I always slay it, queen." Then he says, "and secondly, yes." Does it seem that Rick could be referencing Game of Thrones in that sentence? Regardless, he heads down to the basement where Morty's dragon is (which looks extremely similar to The Hobbits Smaug with all the gold it's sitting on), the dragon then breathes fire at Rick. Rick then sarcastically pretends how he didn't think about how dragons breathe fire and uses a hologram to outsmart the dragon and jump on its back.

Marvel Studios' first Black Widow official teaser trailer released

By: Jak Connor | TV, Movies & Home Theatre | Posted: 5 days, 15 hours ago

Marvel Studios has just released the very first teaser trailer for the upcoming Marvel movie focusing around Black Widow.

Above we have the official teaser trailer, it begins with a voice-over from Natasha Romanoff (Black Widow), and she explains that she "used to have nothing, and then I got this job, this family. But nothing lasts forever". We are then presented with some flashbacks of what can be assumed to be Natasha's young life. We also see glimpses of her early training.

The trailer also shows Natasha encountering Stranger Things star, David Harbour (Red Guardian), Midsommar's, Florence Pugh, Oscar-winner Rachel Weisz, and more great actors. Cate Shortland directed the film and screenplay was done by Ned Benson and Jac Shaeffer. According to the trailer's description, Black Widow is expected to hit cinemas on May 1st, 2020.