Following the same tactics as the movie Trolls World Tour, the CGI cartoon movie Scoob will not be played in theaters due to COVID-19. However, this movie will still be released this year on May 15th, 2020. According to Variety, Scoob will released for all digital platforms on May 15th for rental or purchase. This will apply for North America and the price of a rental will be $19.99 and for to buy is $24.99. Here is a statement from Warner Bros CEO, Ann Sarnoff:
“While we’re all eager to be able to once again show our films in theaters, we’re navigating new, unprecedented times which call for creative thinking and adaptability in how we distribute our content. We know fans are eager to see ‘Scoob’ and we’re delighted we can deliver this feel-good movie for families to enjoy while they’re home together.”
So mark your calendars for May 15th. You’ll be able to watch this movie at home or at a friend’s house.
Batman: Arkham City sends players soaring into Arkham City – a heavily fortified sprawling district in the heart of Gotham City. Batman Arkham City introduces a brand-new story that draws together an all-star cast of classic characters and murderous villains from the Batman universe, as well as new and enhanced gameplay features.
*Will contain spoilers
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Step aside Marvel, DC is planning to release to their planned movies and get ready for people to show up at the movies.
Warner Bros and DC comics has announced some major plans for the future DC movies. First, it’s been announced that the upcoming Batman movie. The Batman, will be playing in theaters on June 25th, 2021. The screenwriter and director of the movie will be Matt Reeves. Also, it looks like we might be getting a new Batman/Bruce Wayne actor because it’s been reported that Ben Affleck will not be returning as the Caped Crusader. Ben Affleck played as Batman in the movies, Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Justice League and briefly in Suicide Squad.
Besides Batman, get ready for a reboot movie. Revealed at Variety, former Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn is in the works of rebooting the 2016 movie Suicide Squad. The reboot Suicide Suicide Squad will be in theaters in August 6th, 2021.
No full details yet, but we’re also getting a DC Super Pets movie in May 21st, 2021.
Competing against Marvel and Sony’s movie Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, we might be getting a Batman animated movie, but with a twist: the movie will be about Batman Beyond. According to ComicBook.com, a leak was discovered at the DCEU subreddit and it shows concept art of Terry McGinnis, current Batman of Batman Beyond after Bruce retired being a hero, and sketches of the Batcave. There is no release date yet.
Last but not least, in case you missed it, DC just released a teaser trailer of the upcoming Harley Quinn movie Birds of Prey. Harley Quinn actor Margot Robbie is back to play as this lovely antihero. Besides her, IGN reveals that other characters are joining the action such as Huntress, Black Canary and Black Mask.
Matt Reeves’ ‘The Batman’ Gets June 2021 Release Date
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With every popular anime, there is someone out there plotting to make a live action movie adaptation. Not one, but two popular series might be on the horizon on getting a live-action adaptation. Last week, movie company announced that they want to do a live-action movie based on Kohei Horikoshi’s Shonen Jump manga My Hero Academia. There’s not much information yet, but it is mentioned that Alex Garcia (Spanish Actor) and Pacific Rim: Uprising writer and producer Jay Ashenfelter will be involved with the project and Ryosuke Yoritomi will be the producer representing the movie in Japan.
Besides My Hero Academia, Attack on Titan will be getting the same treatment as well. Announced yesterday, Warner Bros wants to do a live-action movie of Hajime Isayama’s manga Attack on Titan. It’s confirmed that the director involved with this Hollywood movie will be Andy Muschietti who previously directed the the 2017 horror movie IT.
Get ready for movie delays for this well-known superhero movie. Just like Fox-Marvel is doing with the Dark Phoenix and the Gambit movie, DC comics and Warner Bros have decided to delay a movie of their own. The upcoming movie Wonder Woman 1984 will be pushed back to June 5th, 2020. Originally, the movie was going to be released on November 1st, 2019, but Warner Bros and Wonder Woman actress Gal Gadot believe it will be more successful if it was a summer movie. Wonder Woman 1984 is the sequel to hit successful movie Wonder Woman from 2017 and this movie will take place in the Cold War.
TGIF! Thank God it’s Friday! Good morning everyone! Today is another TGIF episode and I can’t wait to start. Recently this week I went back to school again for the spring. Hopefully if everything goes well, I shall be done. That also means I might be busier than usual since I am taking a lot of classes. Still, I will do my best to continue blogging :).
Tomorrow at Toonami, the last episode of the anime Parasyte will be shown and replacing that will be Hunter x Hunter. Well since I did not have anything pictures for this occasion I decided to mix it up for this TGIF post. If any 90s kid recognize the title “All That!”, you were born in the 90s like me. I decided to share pictures and memes from old cartoons. Those were the best times. Back then before cell phones and apps, we had toys and vhs. Some of these may not be 90s but their are some pictures that may trigger some nostalgia. Remember you would watch Toonami after school and watch action packed anime like DBZ, YuYu Hakusho, Sailor Moon and Rurouni Kenshin? Pepperidge Farm remembers. Sit back and relax and enjoy the ride!
WARNING: Thus may contain nostalgia!
This is random but if you want to support this classic manga “Kimagure Orange Road”, go to kickstarter and donate to help reach the goal. If the goal is fulfilled, we could be getting the manga series in a all new English Translation and in a print omnibus volume. If you want help, click the link highlighted above.
Tom Warburton, creator of Codename: KND, drew this because he really likes One Piece. You can read about it in his blog. It’s from September 2011 issue of Shonen Jump.
For more cartoon classics, here is a playlist of songs I collected from YouTube. These are classic songs from Cartoons from Disney, Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, Warner Bros, and more!
As a way to conclude this post, here is a goodbye song from my childhood “Bear in the Big Blue House”.