Tag: Paramount

Live-Action Dungeons and Dragons TV Series Coming to Paramount+

Deadline reports that Paramount+ has ordered a live-action Dungeons and Dragons series adaptation. The first season will consist of eight episodes, and Rawson Marshall Thurber (Red Notice) will write and direct the pilot. eOne and Paramount Pictures are co-producing the series after collaborating o...

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Star Trek 4 Removed From Paramount Release Schedule

The Enterprise can’t seem to boldly go these days. Deadline reports that Paramount has taken the fourth Star Trek film set in the Kelvin timeline off its release schedule, where it was set to hit theaters on December 22, 2023. Star Trek 4, or whatever it will be called (if it ever gets made), has ...

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Comic-Con 2022: First Avatar Studios Movie Will Follow Aang

Yesterday at Comic-Con, it was revealed that Avatar Studios’ first feature film will follow Aang and his friends. Janet Varney, who famously voiced Aang’s successor, Korra, shared this at the panel for Braving the Elements, the Avatar podcast she co-hosts with Dante Basco, the original v...

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Avatar: TLA Creators Speak on New Projects, Live-Action Show Wraps

Avatar: The Last Airbender creators Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Koneitzko recently appeared on the Comic Con Meta*Pod podcast to discuss their current Avatar projects. They speak on where in the canon the upcoming theatrical films will sit and how they connect to the existing canon. Avat...

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Smile Trailer Reaction

Next week is the Fourth of July, which means it’s basically Halloween (I don’t make the rules), and that means we’ve started to get trailers for upcoming horror movies. Paramount dropped the trailer for SMILE, a film I had never heard of before, a couple of days ago, and boy did it...

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Paramount Won’t Censor Movies or Television

Paramount just gave freedom of expression the high sign. The Guardian reports that Paramount CEO Bob Bakish commented on censoring art, something that’s become all the rage among entertainment companies in the Woke Era. While in the UK promoting a deal with Sky that would give Sky Cinema subscribe...

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