The world of Netflix’s Bright is one where Elven, Human and Orcish cultures collide in a nasty urban environment (well, except for the Elves who have taken over a part of downtown Los Angeles and made it pretty spiffy).
The World of Netflix is a new video showing what went into the making of the film. Fascinating stuff…
Black Mask Studios has set two new Black titles for its first releases of 2018.
Black [AF]: America’s Sweetheart finds adoptee Eli Franklin, a fifteen-year old girl, donning a costume to give people hope, but even as Good Girl, she finds it will take more than that to make a difference.
Black [AF]: Widows and Orphans features Anansi and Hoodrat investigating a human trafficking ring that will take them across the globe and bring them face-to-face with dark pasts of abuse, child soldiers, and families torn apart.
Season one of Beyond (Freeform, Thursdays 8/7C), ended with Holden and Willa returning from The Realm thinking they’d saved the world – and proved that contact with the dead was not possible after all.
SundanceTV will air a series of special programs during Black History Month. It’s February programming includes the history-making Roots miniseries; Roots: The Next Generation and Queen (final chapter of Alex Haley’s Roots story).
Also included will be bio film Malcolm X, Rosewood, The Color Purple and Ghosts of Mississippi.
Hap and Leonard stars Michael Kenneth White and Louis Gossett Jr. will provide will provide interstitial commentary on a range of topics relating to SundanceTV’s Black History Month programming.
In the decades since the RoboCop program first began, corporations have taken over public services and the government—and law enforcement is the biggest private contract of all. Traditional police forces no longer exist as all citizens are encouraged—and rewarded—to spy on their neighbors.
There is only one authority on the streets: ROBOCOP.
ROBOCOP: citizen’s Arrest #1 will be in comics shops in april.