Guillermo Del Toro is making an animated ‘Pinocchio’ movie for Netflix, who has everyone making everything
Guillermo Del Toro is making Pinocchio for Netflix, folks. Like, Christ. Every day brings like four more big fucking talents making something for Netflix. In fact, Marvel Studios is their only competition when it comes to gobbling up every last talent in Hollywood.
I sort of fizzled out on Sherlock after the second season. The third one was average, and I didn’t even watch the fourth. That said, yeah, fuck it. I’ll check out this Dracula adaptation.
‘The Dragon Prince’ Trailer: Netflix’s animated collab between ‘Avatar’ and ‘Uncharted’ talent drops September 14
I really want to like The Dragon Prince. Cool concept, fantastic talent, neat designs. But, man. The animation itself is hard to swallow. It almost appears as though, it’s like, juddering? Just, off-putting. At least at first blush, who the fuck knows. None the less, I’ll give it a shot. Here’s hoping!
I like Henry Cavill. A good amount. But, I don’t think his dramatic chops go too deep. With that in mind, I’m not really sure how good of a casting he is for Geralt. However, I also haven’t played The Witcher. So what the fuck do I know?
Rumor: Netflix is turning Blizzard’s ‘Diablo’ into a TV show. Not even the Devil can escape adaptation!
Netflix is adapting Diablo into a TV series? Aiight, aiight, aiight. Kinda feels preposterous, kinda feels like nothing is preposterous these days. You know?
I fucking love GLOW. I fucking want GLOW season 3. I will be getting my fucking wishes, bless up.
The wait, the fucking wait, for Castlevania‘s second season is slowly coming to an end. And if this trailer is any fucking indication, it’s going to be worth the wait.
‘The Dragon Prince’ is new animated series from ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ writer and ‘Uncharted’ game director
Jesus fucking Christ, am I ever stoked for this new Netflix animated series. I mean, it’s being birthed into this flesh-place by a Last Airbender writer and an Uncharted game director.
Rob Liefeld is my favorite comic book golden retriever. Infinitely derpy, infinitely excitable, seems to really mean well. While I didn’t really fuck with his work under his Extreme label, creators such as Brandon Graham and Alan Moore did bring some legit work to the universe. So with that said, sure, let’s see what Liefeld and Netflix can conjure up.
I say, goddamn. The wait for Castlevania‘s second season has been interminable. Not only because the first season was so dope, but also because we were only afforded a paltry fucking first offering. However, at the very least, we now know when the wait will end.