Arriving in 1987, Captain Power was an insanely ambitious TV show and toy line where the toys would interact with the action on screen and the show tried to capture both kids and adults with a dark setting and mature themes alongside laser battles and explosions.
Massive news from both Marvel and DC with casting and movie announcements, Scarlett Johansson may be starring in Ghost in the Shell, Pacific Rim 2 updates and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
In a post apocalyptic world overrun by giant monsters and a deadly plague, a group of survivors are on a mission to find and rescue kids in the new Machinima web series, Enormous, based on the graphic novel.
Karl Urban stars as Detective John Kennex, an LAPD officer in the year 2048 who is reluctantly partnered with Dorian (Michael Ealy), a robot who was designed to replicate human emotion in Fox’s new show, Almost Human.
Easily one of the most insane and fun shows of the new season is Sleepy Hollow where the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse and their demonic hordes are returning and the only man who can stop them is Ichabod Crane, who thought he killed one of the Horsemen back in the Revolutionary War. Check out the first episode right here.
Amazon is entering the streaming originals game with a series based on Zombieland but it looks like they might need to go back to the drawing board to be able to compete with Netflix, as this looks like a rushed, unfunny mess.
We got our first look at the new Robocop suit, a bunch of directing news, Sony rebooting a horrible 80’s show and Stallone finally directing the movie version of the novel, Hunter, which he’s held the rights to for years, all in this week’s News Shotgun.
A bunch of pilots are set into various stages of development, some big deals in streaming video on youtube and Amazon and G4 is no more.
Lots of directors in talks or confirmed for projects this week along with a couple of upcoming TV shows based on movies and much more.
Taking a break from ripping off movies like Species and Tremors, Sliders this week pays homage to the Joesph Conrad classic “Heart of Darkness” as the group finally catches up to the evil Col. Rickman