Based on the popular manga series of the same name, FUNimation’s Attack on Titan tells the story of a world where most of humanity has been destroyed by giants and where the last of mankind fights to survive behind three concentric walls.
Tickets for Attack on Titan Parts 1 & 2 – which will have a limited run in the U.,S. and Canada in October – are now on sale. Follow the jump for details.
Ok, it didn’t literally blow up the PS4 Network, but in no surprise to anyone, it seems like everyone, but me (how did I sleep on this?) played the heck out of the Call of Duty: Black Ops III Multiplayer Beta, which began on August 19 and ran through August 23, has become the largest beta in PlayStation®4 (PS4™) history. Millions of gamers downloaded and played the beta, which provided critical feedback and technical data at scale for the Treyarch development team to further fine-tune and polish in preparation for the November 6 launch of Call of Duty: Black Ops III.
VIZ Media’s Weekly Shopnen Jump anthology – featuring chapters of ongoing manga series like Bleach, Blue Exorcist, Food Wars! Shokugeki No Soma, My Hero Academia, Nisekoi, One-Punch Man, Seraph Of The End: Vampire Reign, World Trigger and more – is now available on comiXology and Amazon’s Kindle Store.
The English language digital edition of the magazine is published simultaneously the print version in Japan. Follow the jump for details.
I’m trying something a little new this season. Since I I can’t possibly keep up with all the emails and video clips from all the networks I’m going to try and give you all weekly sneak peaks at your favorite cable channels in one easy to use digest! These digests will contain clips from recent episodes, as well as previews of upcoming stuff. Up first is the NBC Weekly drop for August 31st! This week we have clips and news from American Ninja Warrior, Heroes Reborn and Running Wild with Bear Grylls!
The countdown to the launch of Destiny: The Taken King is upon us. With a little over two weeks until Oryx invades our solar system, Activision and Bungie have unveiled the latest trailer for the game. Oryx smells the blood of his son on your hands, Guardians. Now The Taken King comes for us all. The launch gameplay trailer can be viewed here. Please feel free to share with your fans. Destiny: The Taken King, will be available on Tuesday, September 15th. Gotta give Activision props, they are sticking with this game and supporting it. Check out the trailer!
TNT has four hot shows aimed at the 2015 Fall Schedule: The Librarians: Season Two, Major Crimes: Season Four Part 2, Legends Season Two and Agent X, making its series premiere.
The Librarians broke out last winter with an adventurous/magical dramedy that felt reminiscent of Warehouse 13, and Agent X takes shadowy government agencies to a new and narrower level: John Case aka Agent X is the ultimate clandestine agent, operated at the direction of the Vice-President of the United States only when all else fails and ultimate discretion (even from the President) is required.
Legend continues the story of the FBI agent whose entire life seems to be a lie – and who is wanted for a murder he didn’t commit. Season Two features a new supporting cast, with Sean Bean (still not dead!) returning as the apparently nameless agent.
Major Crimes is second only to Rizzoli & Isles as the summer’s most watched basic cable dramas. For fall premiere times, the season two Librarians trailer and more, follow the jump.
The new teaser trailer for NBC’s Heroes Reborn opens up the show’s world a bit more. We get to see some of the characters in action; expressing their feelings about being back together, and even declaring their powers to be unnatural. It’s all very intriguing.
Heroes Reborn returns with a two-hour premiere on Thursday, September 24th. check out the new teaser after the jump.
TCM is rebranding with a campaign aimed at highlighting its standing as the lone remaining destination for lovers of great movies.
The new tag, Let’s Movie, is an invitation to movie lovers to share the enjoyment of great movies – movies meant to move, to inspire – to experience the magic of movies.
The new campaign will get underway on-air and online on September 1st. As part of the Let’s Movie campaign, TCM will launch a social media campaign, #Let’sMovie – leading into a dedicated “LetsMovie” holiday on September 19 where TCM will encourage fans to watch films with family and friends and share their experiences via social media. For details, follow the jump.