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DC Universe’s Doom Patrol: Joivan Wade cast as Cyborg

DC Universe’s live-action series, Doom Patrol, has started to assemble its cast by recruiting Joivan Wade as Victor Stone, alias Cyborg. Wade is best known around these parts as Rigsy in Doctor Who towards the end of Peter Capaldi’s run, and he recently broke into Hollywood with a lead role in The First Purge. He also starred in...

Batwoman: Ruby Rose cried about her casting

Ruby Rose, fresh from her casting announcement as Batwoman, took to Jimmy Fallon’s sofa on The Tonight Show to discuss the significance of her casting and why she felt drawn to the role. Rose, who will debut as Kate Kane in The CW’s annual superhero crossover event this autumn, said she wept when she found out she...

Power Rangers: sequel to 2017 film in development

Hasbro is in the early stages of development on a sequel to 2017’s Power Rangers film, it’s been confirmed. Hasbro bought the Power Rangers brand from Saban, along with and loads of other licenses, earlier this year. Rather than rebooting the film franchise, though, it seems like the iconic toy manufacturer wants to make a sequel.

The Innocents: new trailer for Netflix chiller

Netflix have gifted us with a new trailer for its upcoming horror series, The Innocents, which bows on the streaming service later this month. Guy Pearce leads the series as Halvorson, an enigmatic doctor who attempts to treat a young woman, June (Clique‘s Sorcha Groundsell) when she starts to develop shapeshifting powers. This throws June’s...

Killer Intent: Duncan Jones announces TV thriller

British filmmaker Duncan Jones – who brought us Moon, Source Code, Warcraft and Netflix’s Mute – has announced his first TV project. He’ll work with author Tony Kent to adapt the thriller novel Killer Intent.

The BBC adds Chucklevision to iPlayer, as tribute to Barry Chuckle

Over the weekend came the tragic news that Barry Chuckle, one half of the legendary Chuckle Brothers, had died. He was 73 years old, and the outpouring of affection is testament to how much fun he and his brother had given the world. The Chuckle Brothers, of course, were staples of BBC children’s television through...