When a lost armada of Roman soldiers arrives a thousand years before Columbus, they don’t seek to conquer and exterminate, but instead set up a cooperative society with the indigenous peoples that radically alters the timeline of the Americas… and the rest of the world.
That’s premise of Dark Horse’s new graphic novel Rome West – from writers Brian Wood and Justin Giampaoli and artist Andrea Mutti.
This Close,” created, written, and starring Shoshannah Stern and Josh Feldman, both deaf actors, explores the relationship between best friends Kate (Stern), who is newly engaged, and Michael (Feldman), who is attempting to move on from his ex-fiancé – and suffering serious writers’ block.
This Close, debuts on SundanceNow exclusively in the U.S. on Valentine’s Day – Wednesday, February 14.
Marvel Studios began celebrations for the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s tenth anniversary with a get together for a reception and class photo.
Plus, the studio launched the Marvel 10-Year Sweepstakes – which will take place across social media and last for five weeks, from February 8 to March 15. Each week of the sweepstakes features a different Marvel Cinematic Universe film. Fans can post a photo of themselves on Twitter or Instagram and/or tweet their favorite personal memory from the film of the week using the film hashtag and #Marvel10YearSweepstakes to be entered for a chance to win.
Casting has begun on a live-action Kim Possible movie for the Disney Channel Original Movie franchise, 16 years after the popular character – a typical high school girl who, in her spare time, saves the world from evil villains – debuted in the animated comedy/adventure series that became a global hit.
The Disney channel Original Movie will be written by the original series’ creators, Mark McCorkle and Robert Schooley – and Josh Cagan.