As of today, fans of BOOM! Studios books and comics will be able to access their favorite titles on the go via the BOOM! Studios App – available now on iTunes and coming soon to google Play.
In partnership with the innovative mobile-comics platform Madefire, using their Motion Book Publisher service, BOOM! Studios is the newest standalone app to feature BOOM!’s acclaimed library of acclaimed comics from all four imprints – BOOM! Studios, BOOM! Box, KaBOOM!, and Archaia – along with day-and-date major releases, including today’s Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #11 and WWE #1. The app is free to download and titles will be available to purchase at their printed cover price on the day of release with older issues, original graphic novels, and collections available at a reduced price.
Abstract: The Art of Design is a new docuseries that explores design not by looking at blueprints and computers, but by going inside the minds of some of the world’s most famous designers – an architect, an illustrator, a stage designer, a graphic designer, a photographer, an automobile designer and a Nike shoe designer.
Abstract: The Art of Design will make its world premiere at Sundance on Jan. 21 and premieres globally on Netflix on February 10th. Check out the trailer after the break.
Sony Pictures Animation has unveiled its slate for 2017-18 and its a pretty varied bag.
The Surfs: The Lost Village, The Emoji Movie and The Star consitute the studio’s 2017 releases – and 2018 will bring Hotel Transylvania 3, the currently untitled Spider-Man film starring Miles Morales (the other Spider-Man) and Vivo – from Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Julia Roberts (Smurfs), Oprah Winfrey (The Star), Tyler Perry (The Star) and Sir Patrick Stewart (The Emoji Movie) join studio’s voice roster – the latter taking on the role of Poop (not that big a surpise consider his narration of the Ted movies…).
Follow the break for film descriptions, premiere dates and casts.
Amazon has acquired Long Strange Trip ‘a groundbreaking documentary that probes the creative forces, subversive ambitions, and interpersonal dynamics that drove the Grateful Dead in their 30-year quest for moments of collective inspiration.’
Executive produced by Martin Scorsese and directed by Amir Bar-Lev, Long Strange Trip will premiere on Amazon Prime Video on May 26th in the US and UK, with additional territories to be announced.
In an interview I did with James Gunn for the DVD release of Slither (a brilliant horror-comedy), I learned that he was as much a fan as a writer/director/producer – which is why his script for Zack Snyder’s Day of the Dead remake is so cool and why his guardians of the Galaxy for Marvel is so brilliant.
He just gets the genre.
The Belko Experiment boasts a script by Gunn and is directed by Wolf Creek’s Greg McLean, so it’s small wonder that the first trailer was so good.
Now a second trailer has been released that includes snippets from some reviews – the best noting that The Belko Experiment is a mix of Battle Royale and Office Space. It, too, is a terrific trailer.
The newest of Dick Wolf’s ‘One Chicago’ series, Chicago Justice, will be previewed on Wednesday, March 1st (10/9C) following new episodes of Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. – a crossover event that will introduce a storyline that flows seamlessly into the new series.
Chicago Justice will then premiere in its regular timeslot on Sunday, March 5th (9/8C). Details follow the jump.
This spring, Major Crimes will mark a significant milestone for members of the cast and production team who have been working together since the very first episode of The Closer. With the Major Crimes season finale in April, they will celebrate their 200th episode together.
Major Crimes returns for its winter premiere on Wednesday, February 22nd.