Does this teaser for the upcoming Dragon Ball movie tease it’ll be fully CGI?
“Dragon Ball Super is getting a new anime feature! It’s called, wait for it, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero. Because one ‘super’ is not enough, I guess. Announced during the San Diego Comic-Con, this will be Dragon Ball’s twenty-first anime movie and the second DBS feature, following up on 2018’s Dragon Ball Super: Broly.”
Was Rocket Raccoon originally supposed to appear in Loki? New concept art suggests so.
“As is customary the week after a Disney+ Marvel series finale, a Loki making-of special was released on Wednesday. Among the interviews and behind-the-scenes footage, the special showed off new concept art that seems to suggest the premiere’s funniest scene was initially very different.”
That awkward moment when a Disney+ TV series does a better live-action rendition of Beauty and the Beast than the actual Disney remake.
“High School Musical: The Musical: The Series is one of my favorite shows. I say that in all honesty. It’s the show that brought us Olivia Rodrigo, and now it is the show that is somehow doing a better job of making a new Beauty and the Beast than the live-action Disney movie did.”
Do you want to hide what you’ve been watching on streaming? Well, there’s a way to edit that on all the different services.
“The ‘continue watching’ section is the first thing you see when you open your favorite streaming service, and it often has a helpful list of series that you want to keep streaming…but it can also be filled with shows that you’ve given up on, or shows that you have completed but still show up because you didn’t finish enough of the credits.”
Amazon has a plethora of original shows to choose from, here’s all of them ranked from worst to best.
“It feels like several millennia ago that Amazon was a humble online book retailer vying to push out the brick-and-mortar joints where bored high schoolers hung out when there was nothing else to do. Given that founder Jeff Bezos has increasingly fixed his eyes on taking over the world (and outer space), it makes sense that Amazon is wielding its Prime Video subscription perk as a weapon against Netfilx and other power players in the streaming wars.”
While his movies are known for their surprise reveals, here are some facts about M. Night Shyamalan you might not know.
“M. Night Shyamalan had been plugging away in Hollywood for several years prior to 1999’s The Sixth Sense, in which Bruce Willis plays a psychologist trying to connect with a young man (Haley Joel Osment) who insists he sees dead people. The film’s twist—and even two decades on, we still won’t risk spoiling it—hit audiences like a sledgehammer, and saw Shyamalan being compared to everyone from Alfred Hitchcock to Steven Spielberg.”