Just in now from the SDCC where our favorite TV shows have taken center stage to making announcements and release trailers.
As seen on Julie Plec’s Twitter handle now – The Originals has come to the end of its run.
Season 4 of the hit vampire show was originally thought to be the series finale, judging by the way it ended. With an extra season, we’ll see the direction the story will take, and where Julie Plec (The Executive Producer) will leave us for the series finale.
Seven years and wonderful story after story, American Horror Story has been an avenue for wonderful entertainment.
The mode of announcement for season 6 was a secretive one, a pattern that paid. This year, they’re going a different path: as they made an early announcement at this year’s SDCC (Comic-con).
The new season is expectedto premiere later this year on FX.
As a big fan of Nina Dobrev from her work on The Vampire Diaries, I was so excited to see a trailer on YouTube bearing her name. Flatliners is a must watch for me, and I think you’ll love it too. Asides the excitement of having Nina on it, it bears credence to two genres I truly love: SciFi and Horror. Keep a date with it, September 2017.
Click here to watch the trailer.
Have you been following the BBC One series – Orphan Black? If yes, you’d very much love the idea of this new series. Seven sisters is set in what I can rightly call the future where the government have imposed a strict one child policy to help curb overpopulation among other inevitable disasters to still befall man. Naomi Rapace plays identical sisters – seven in number. Willam Dafoe plays their father who decided to keep his precious gifts a secret. He is successful until one day a grown up, Monday (the first of the girls) goes out and doesn’t return. The movie is sure to be explosive (no pun intended), the amount of explosions visible in the trailer seemed pretty much. Action is guaranteed. Seven sister all the day!
No released date has been announced yet. RR will keep you posted.
Click here to watch the trailer.
Over the course of The Flash’s current (3rd) season one mystery has taken central stage just like the previous two seasons, and it was about in masking the big bad – Savitar. In last night’s episode (E20), Savitar was finally revealed. Some viewers might be satisfied with the revelation, others not so much. Maybe it didn’t go down well with your theory, maybe it did, but Savitar is none other than Barry Allen. At least some version of him. The next question now is, was the reveal worth it?
Many viewers thought Savitar was either going to be Ronnie or Wally, because of the many tricks the producers played in toying with the future. A few went with the option that his version of Harrison Wells was yet another villain. Another faction did support the idea that Barry was both the hero and the villain of this season, citing the issue of the time remnant he created when he defeated Zoom. Only time will give us the explanation.
The Flash continues next Tuesday on The CW.
Another marvel flick is here!
This trailer is AWESOME!!!
There’s the Hulk, plenty of destruction (including Mjonir). There’s Loki! There’s plenty forms of magic… This movie is going to be magical. The trailer shows more light and optimism than there was in Thor: The Dark World. Suffice it to say they’ve learnt their lesson.
November should arrive ASAP!
Click here to watch the trailer
Click here here to watch the trailer.
This movie still promises to be awesome. This is Tom Cruise at his recent best. If the trailers are anything to go by, this is a fitting start to the monster universe, Universal Studios are keen on bringing to life. We have a little while to be sure.