Netflix has been crushing it with nostalgic re-imaginings of our favorite heroes, so the latest is only a Stretch in name. Get a first look at Stretch Armstrong for a new generation of heroes as Netflix’s Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters reboots the character with a first trailer.
Circling back an umpteenth time for the Stretch Armstrong movie seems like … well, a stretch, so let’s see Netflix take it in a new direction. Meet the Hasbro-backed Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters, featuring the voices of Walking Dead alum Steven Yeun, Felicia Day and more.
You’ll only have to wait until Friday for the Voltron Season 3 premiere, but darn it all, if the full trailer doesn’t make that seem like an eternity. Meet Prince Lotor with our longest Legendary Defender look at Season 3, and check out the new photos!
There’s good news and bad for Netflix’s Voltron: Legendary Defender. Season 3 will premiere in early August, and that’s good! It will have fewer episodes, and that’s bad. But Season 4 is coming this fall, and that’s good! Yes, you can go now. Enjoy the trailer.
Netflix’s Voltron: Legendary Defender hasn’t yet formed an official 2017 premiere, but its next big threat may already be here. Get a gimpse of Season 3, as Prince Lotor steps in for Emperor Zarkon in our first Season 3 footage.
Netflix’s animation partnership with DreamWorks has yielded significant returns thus far; not just for Guillermo del Toro’s Trollhunters, but also Voltron: Legendary Defender. That formation is getting even stronger, as reports indicate Season 3 is a go for fall 2017, with potentially many more episodes to come.
Netflix borrowed a few pages from The Legend of Korra to make Voltron: Legendary Defender an impressive success for the streaming network, and Season 2 looks to be building on that well. There’s new heroes, new villains and new worlds in the first official trailer for Season 2, ahead of a January premiere.
2016 saw one of South Korea’s finest filmmakers resurface with a stone-cold masterpiece, as Oldboy and Stoker director Park Chan-wook demolished audiences at Cannes with his beguiling erotic drama The Handmaiden. In 2017, another one of South Korea’s proudest filmmaking sons will make a grand return, as Bong Joon-ho prepares to unveil his latest feature Okja. A master of blackly humorous genre work (the guy never met a B-movie he couldn’t make into high art), Bong last appeared on American shores in 2014 with Snowpiercer, his first foray into English-language filmmaking. To employ a critical parlance, it ruled, and with the first photos from Okja now trickling out in advance of its debut next year, we have every reason to believe Bong’s latest will rule just as hard.