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Titans Reveals Season 3 HBO Max Release Date

HBO Max is the new home of DC's live-action and animated shows, and that includes Titans. Titans will debut season 3 on the streaming service, and now we know when, as the cast took some time during filming to film a fun video where they teased what is in store for the season and revealed that season 3 will hit HBO Max in August of this year. We don't have a specific date yet in August, but I'm sure we'll get one soon. In the meantime, you can check out the full video below, which features all of the old favorites and some of the new faces joining the cast for season 3, and you can check out what they had to say about what's next for Titans below as well.

"We're shooting season 3, we are on set and we are making the magic happen," the cast said. "So get ready for some big surprises. Season 3 is gonna be dark, mysterious, exciting, heartbreaking, that's not exciting for anyone is it? It's gonna be action-packed, fun, and the cast can't wait for you to see it. It's gonna be big. It's bananas. And I mean bananas. So stay tuned, cuz season 3 of Titans is coming this August on our new home on HBO Max, and you heard it here first."

Titans showrunner Greg Walker also recently shared some details about season 3, specifically referring to how it's different in tone compared to the first two seasons.

“This is how this season is going to be different, I think in a lot of ways. It ultimately ends with them figuring out a way as a team. It ends optimistically,” Walker said. “I that the world that we live in right now. Especially the way the Titans can be, we kind of beat ourselves up for our past sins. It’s nice to be liberated. We have a character named Dove who is going to point in the direction we’re going to go. It takes them a long time to follow her advice. Ultimately finding a way to get off the hamster wheel. To stop doing things the way we’ve always done them and find a new way. That, they have to figure out how to do collectively.”

You can find the official description for Titans below.

"In this action-packed, live-action series, Dick Grayson, aka the former Robin (series star BRENTON THWAITES), emerges from the shadows to lead a band of new heroes – including Starfire, Raven, Beast Boy and others. DC UNIVERSE’s first original series follows this group of young heroes as they come of age and find belonging in a gritty take on the iconic Teen Titans franchise. In the groundbreaking first season, Dick meets Rachel Roth aka Raven (series star TEAGAN CROFT), a young girl with special abilities brought on by a mysterious darkness inside of her that she struggles to control, and together, they find themselves embroiled in a conspiracy to bring about Hell on Earth. Joined by the mysterious Kory Anders aka Starfire (series star ANNA DIOP) and loveable Gar Logan aka Beast Boy (series star RYAN POTTER), these lost and disparate individuals become a surrogate family to one another and a team of heroes for the world."


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I can't figure out why HBO or another streaming service hasn't picked up Nobel Causes. The material is rich with story lines that would make for an excellent TV series. Also, it would be nice to see something that isn't a "relaunch or re-imagination" of this established character or that one.
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The Vulcan Reporter: ‘Sandman’: Jenna Coleman Set To Play Constantine in Netflix Series.
https://www.thevulcanreporter.com/news/sandman-jenna-coleman-constantine/
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I enjoyed the first season and wasn't aware they were even making a 2nd until now. At least I know what I'm doing for the next couple days:

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@flanders Ragnarok was great!!!
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‘Garbage Pail Kids’ Animated Series in the Works at HBO Max

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/tv/tv-news/garbage-pail-kids-animated-series-danny-mcbride-hbo-max-1234959124/


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We are cancelling our HBO and other premium channels. In the process of cutting the cable.
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Dwayne Johnson Introduces Us to the DC League of Super-Pets
By Tim BeedleTuesday, June 8th, 2021
Krypto is a good boy! Yes, he is! Such a good doggo. Look at ’im! I just wanna scritch his little ears! He’s so, so…

Er… Sorry about that, DC fans! We just lose all control of ourselves around dogs here at DCComics.com. So, we’re extremely excited about DC League of Super-Pets, the all-new upcoming animated movie bringing the Justice League’s four-legged friends to the big screen for the first time. While DC’s first theatrical animated movie since Teen Titans GO! to the Movies won’t be released until next year, Dwayne Johnson—who will be producing the film along with voicing Krypto in it—gave us our first tease of what we’re in for earlier today when he revealed the movie’s voice cast via a furr-rociously fun reveal video.

Along with Johnson, DC League of Super-Pets will also star Kevin Hart, Kate McKinnon, John Krasinski, Vanessa Bayer, Natasha Lyonne, Diego Luna and Keanu Reeves. Hart will be voicing Ace the Bat-Hound, but the rest of the cast’s roles are undisclosed for now. Still, simply knowing who will be appearing in it should give us plenty to bark about.

Along with his voice role, Johnson’s Seven Bucks production company will be producing DC League of Super-Pets. The movie is directed by Jared Stern and Sam Levine, features a screenplay by Stern and is produced by Patricia Hicks, Stern, Johnson, Dany Garcia and Hiram Garcia. John Requa, Glenn Ficarra and Nicholas Stoller are executive producing.

That’s about all we have on DC League of Super-Pets for now, but for more news on the movie as it breaks, make sure you follow its just-launched accounts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. For now, claw your way on over to the DC Community and let us know what you think of the cast!

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@the420bandito Looks great, I heard Q was coming back
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Tonight, on Discovery, Science Channel and Travel Channel, there will be a live 3 hour panel discussion on this report. I'll be watching, will you?

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Josh Gates of EXPEDITION UNKNOWN will host, questioning top experts including NASA Administrator Bill Nelson; former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid; former Counselor to President Obama John Podesta; and retired senior intelligence officer Bob Wallace. Other experts will include astrophysicist Dr. Hakeem Oluseyi, physicist and astronomer Robert Weryk, former UK Ministry of Defense employee Nick Pope and intelligence historian Keith Melton. Viewers will also hear from those who’ve dedicated their careers to finding answers to the biggest mysteries – including The X-Files creator Chris Carter, filmmaker and television director Barry Sonnenfeld (Men in Black), founding member of Blink-182 Tom DeLonge, investigative filmmaker Jeremy Corbell, and investigative reporter George. Knapp.This thrilling conversation may just be the beginning of what could be the biggest story in human history.
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Star Trek’s Simon Pegg Working On ‘Galaxy Quest’ TV Series
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The 1999 sci-fi comedy movie Galaxy Quest was a loving spoof of Star Trek and Trek fandom. It even shows up on some “best of Star Trek” lists. Now Star Trek’s Simon Pegg is the latest tasked at a Galaxy Quest follow-up.

Simon Pegg gives reviving Galaxy Quest a try

Since 1999 there have been a number of attempts to develop some kind of follow-up to Galaxy Quest. And in a new interview, Emmy-winning writer/producer Georgia Pritchett revealed to the UK’s Times she is working on a television spinoff, with Simon Pegg.

The article contained no other details about the project. The latest news regarding a Galaxy Quest series was one in development at Amazon which would bring back members of the original cast. A number of writers had been attached to that project, including Paul Scheer who in 2018 told The Wrap it had been put on hold. According to Scheer, his version would have the original cast interacting with the new cast, a storyline he said was inspired by the 2009 movie Star Trek featuring a new cast.

In March of this year, Sigourney Weaver told Collider that the project had been “in mothballs” in the years following the 2016 passing of Alan Rickman, however, she also indicated new activity, saying “I think they are finally now reviving it.” It’s not clear if the current project involving Pritchett and Pegg is related in any way to the one worked on by Scheer or mentioned by Weaver, however she said it was a “story of the old ancient Galaxy Questers being brought into this series with another young cast.” Galaxy Quest star Tim Allen has also discussed reprising his role as Commander Taggert. Earlier this year he talked to EW about a possible sequel to the film.




In addition to playing Montgomery “Scotty” Scott in the three Kelvin Universe Star Trek films produced by J.J. Abrams, Simon Pegg has extensive writing credits in comedy and genre on both film and television, including co-writing 2016’s Star Trek Beyond. Pritchett has an impressive resume garnering a number of awards and nominations, including the critically-acclaimed shows Veep, and Succession. She also has some sci-fi comedy television experience, working with Armando Iannucci on HBO’s Avenue 5.

With many starts and stops over the years, it’s hard to say if this latest attempt to bring back Galaxy Quest will take off. However, Pegg seems to be a perfect fit for the project, and Pritchett being involved indicates this is a serious effort. So, never give up, never surrender.


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The 1999 sci-fi comedy movie Galaxy Quest was a loving spoof of Star Trek and Trek fandom. It even shows up on some “best of Star Trek” lists. Now Star Trek’s Simon Pegg is the latest tasked at a Galaxy Quest follow-up.

Simon Pegg gives reviving Galaxy Quest a try

Since 1999 there have been a number of attempts to develop some kind of follow-up to Galaxy Quest. And in a new interview, Emmy-winning writer/producer Georgia Pritchett revealed to the UK’s Times she is working on a television spinoff, with Simon Pegg.

The article contained no other details about the project. The latest news regarding a Galaxy Quest series was one in development at Amazon which would bring back members of the original cast. A number of writers had been attached to that project, including Paul Scheer who in 2018 told The Wrap it had been put on hold. According to Scheer, his version would have the original cast interacting with the new cast, a storyline he said was inspired by the 2009 movie Star Trek featuring a new cast.

In March of this year, Sigourney Weaver told Collider that the project had been “in mothballs” in the years following the 2016 passing of Alan Rickman, however, she also indicated new activity, saying “I think they are finally now reviving it.” It’s not clear if the current project involving Pritchett and Pegg is related in any way to the one worked on by Scheer or mentioned by Weaver, however she said it was a “story of the old ancient Galaxy Questers being brought into this series with another young cast.” Galaxy Quest star Tim Allen has also discussed reprising his role as Commander Taggert. Earlier this year he talked to EW about a possible sequel to the film.




In addition to playing Montgomery “Scotty” Scott in the three Kelvin Universe Star Trek films produced by J.J. Abrams, Simon Pegg has extensive writing credits in comedy and genre on both film and television, including co-writing 2016’s Star Trek Beyond. Pritchett has an impressive resume garnering a number of awards and nominations, including the critically-acclaimed shows Veep, and Succession. She also has some sci-fi comedy television experience, working with Armando Iannucci on HBO’s Avenue 5.

With many starts and stops over the years, it’s hard to say if this latest attempt to bring back Galaxy Quest will take off. However, Pegg seems to be a perfect fit for the project, and Pritchett being involved indicates this is a serious effort. So, never give up, never surrender.





I don't know...the movie was such a perfect little package delivered to us that it really doesn't need TV treatment - not even sure a serialized version would work or is appropriate.

Maybe people could just come up with new ideas instead of sullying what was already perfect on it's own??
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I'm glad I was watching WWE NXT tonight!!!


"Chucky is an upcoming American horror television series created by Don Mancini that is set to premiere on Syfy and the USA Network on October 12, 2021. It serves as a continuation of Cult of Chucky, the seventh film in the franchise, ignoring the 2019 reboot.




I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!
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Brad Dourif is to do the voice for the series

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‘Lucifer’ Sets Season 6 Return To Netflix At Comic-Con@Home



The sixth and final season of Lucifer will debut on September 10, Netflix announced during the show’s panel at Comic-Con@Home panel on Saturday.

But before moving forward, series star Ellis, and executive producers Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich discussed the past including Dan’s shocking death while chatting at the virtual event.

“Kevin Alejandro actually pitched us him dying because he’s like, ‘It’s the last season, and everyone has grown to love this character. We were in early goings-on and it sort of stuck with us as we went on. So it’s Kevin’s fault, really,” Henderson said.

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Added Modrovich, “Yeah, he said he wants to go out in a fiery blaze of glory, so he did.”

The trio did tease a few things to look forward to, as well. Including whether or not Lucifer would continue being involved in cases.

“Oh, I think it’s in his DNA now,” he shared. “There may be the odd thing to solve but he’s got a lot of mysteries to solve, to be honest in season 6.”

Adds moderator Luke Cook, who played Lucifer Mornings in Netflix’s, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, “Lucifer had a lot of growing up to do before becoming God, and he was really wrestling with the pain in his life and the pain of other people’s lives watching Dan die. Is he going to continue this maturation or is he going to be charming and immature?”

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A new Green Lantern on Stargirl? I actually enjoy this show and the new spin on golden age characters. Looking forward to the new season!

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