The Spotlight: New Star Wars anime will fill in gaps between Episodes VI and VII, Jessica Jones' S.J. Clarkson to direct the next Star Trek and Dan Harmon is optimistic about Rick and Morty's future

The Spotlight: New Star Wars anime will fill in gaps between Episodes VI and VII, Jessica Jones' S.J. Clarkson to direct the next Star Trek and Dan Harmon is optimistic about Rick and Morty's future


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Star Wars anime. 'Star Wars: Resistance' to fill the gaps between 'Return of the Jedi' and 'The Force Awakens.'

In Shane Black we trust. The Predator Lights Up CinemaCon With “Lots Of Blood, Action And Explosions.”

Trek news. ‘Star Trek 4′ Taps S.J. Clarkson as Franchise’s First Female Director AND Tarantino’s Star Trek Movie Reportedly Not Set in Kelvin Timeline.

“I’m optimistic right now, at the moment." Rick and Morty Co-Creator Provides Update on Season 4.

Damn, Tom. Tom Cruise Jumped Out of a Plane 106 Times for MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – FALLOUT.


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