As bright as the future of 'Star Wars' might seem with its (at least) five new movies on the way, that future will always be dimmed by the cancellation of Cartoon Network's CGI epic 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars.' Admittedly, the series went through a meaty 5 seasons, but its unexpected shelving left a number of already-produced arcs on the cutting room floor, and a number of unanswered questions. Fortunately, you can get a new taste of one of the unreleased stories right now!
Little over a month ago 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars' fans were dismayed to learn that Disney had effectively shuttered production on Cartoon Network's long-running series, despite unfinished arcs and a number of episodes already in production. Even as supervising director Dave Filoni remains with the franchise overall, new reports suggest that unfinished material from 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars would have addressed a major 'Star Wars' mystery that had bugged fans for years. Get the inside scoop on what we might still see inside!
'Adventure Time' Season 5 continues with its latest episode "Princess Potluck" as the Ice King grows increasingly jealous when he doesn't get invited to a party Princess Bubblegum throws a party for all her friends.
What kind of wacky schemes will the Ice King come up with to ruin PB's party? And what mysterious foe from Jake's past will come back to haunt him?
Find out all of this and more in our review of 'Adventure Time' episode "Princess Potluck!"
It's been too long since we've had any fresh episodes of 'The Venture Bros.,' but such is the cruel mistress of the show's lengthy production schedule. The new season of the Johnny Quest-spoofing Adult Swim series that has since grown into pure pop culture parody will premiere on May 19, but apart from the recent trailer, how would you like an early sneak peak? Warning, 'Game of Thrones' roleplay awaits inside!
The 'Adventure Time' gender-swapped universe of Fionna and Cake returns on February 18th with the episode "Bad Little Boy" and in addition to the return of Neil Patrick Harris as Prince Bubblegum, this new episode introduces us to Marshall Lee voiced by none other than 'Community' star Donald Glover.
With all the talk flying around Marvel these days, from new 'Iron Man 3' sneak peeks, to the live-action 'S.H.I.E.L.D.' TV series, it's been a good while since we've heard anything on the DC side! Well, no longer! It might be on the side of the small screen, but Cartoon Network's upcoming animated series 'Beware the Batman' might just give us our fix while we wait for news of the caped crusader's big-screen future. So how would you like to get up close with the character design, including villains and a bad-ass Alfred?
Understandably, the buzz behind 'Star Wars' exploded through culture this week with news of Disney's mammoth purchase of the franchise, and eventual continuation of the movie saga that began the legendary series. Yet, through all that movie news and speculation, relatively little attention has fallen to TV, wherein 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars' has been making waves for the last four years. Now that Disney owns the rights to the franchise, will they opt to continue with the long-running Cartoon Network series? Could Disney simply put the program on one of its networks, or scrap it entirely?
With all the new details of 'Star Wars' TV flying around the galaxy these days, from the TV shows that will never happen, to the ones that unfortunately will, it's easy to forget how uncompromisingly awesome 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars' has become. Now heading into its fifth season (of a supposedly three year period, don't ask) the latest trailer for 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars' will make many a fanboy squeal, even if they don't know what they're looking at.
We've seen all manner of reactions to the terrible and tragic 'The Dark Knight Rises' shooting in aurora. Some comedians make horribly ill-timed jokes, while the Warner Bros. studio itself modifies films like 'Gangster Squad' for content all-too reminiscent of the shooting that left 12 dead and dozens more wounded. On the heels of it's 'Gangster Squad' changes, Warner Bros. has decided to make a few changes to upcoming animated series 'Beware the Batman' as well. What's going to be different?
'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' fans have breathed a big sigh of relief in these past few weeks. Not only was that bizarre Michael Bay-helmed 'Ninja Turtles' that turned the iconic heroes into aliens seemingly put to rest, but now we've got a first look at TV's return to more traditional turtles! In the first trailer for the upcoming animated series, how do the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles stack up?