New Netflix Series From The Last Airbender And Uncharted 3 Creative Talent Hits September

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New Netflix Series From The Last Airbender And Uncharted 3 Creative Talent Hits September

People were understandably excited when Netflix revealed The Dragon Prince, a new animated show being worked on by Aaron Ehasz, who was a co-executive producer and writer on Avatar: The Last Airbender. During Comic-Con, Netflix showed off a teaser for the show and even said when all 13 episodes were hitting the streaming service: September 14.

You can watch the teaser, which features knights, sword fights, dragons, and some kind of bulldog creature right here:

For more on exciting Netflix shows, find out when you can watch the second season of Castlevania by going here.

DC And Warner Brothers Get Wacky With Trailers For Aquaman and Shazam

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DC And Warner Brothers Get Wacky With Trailers For Aquaman and Shazam

For better or worse, DC's relationship with Warner Bros. has resulted in movies that are known for their bleak, gritty tones and aesthetics. However, after the critical whipping that both Batman V Superman and Suicide Squad received, the movies have started moving toward the light, so to speak with both Wonder Woman and Justice League having a jokier, more adventurous feel.

It looks like DC isn't slowing down with that vibe, either. During Comic-Con, Warner Bros. revealed trailers for two upcoming super hero movies, Shazam! and the long-awaited Aquaman movie. Each trailer is noticeably humorous, as opposed to dour, focusing on a combination of laughs and thrills. You can watch both of them right here and decide if that tone shift is to your liking:

Aquaman is due out December 21 of this year while Shazam! hits theaters next April.  For more on DC Comics, you can read all about the publisher's new "provocative" imprint DC Black Label.

DC And Warner Brothers Get Wacky With Trailers For Aquaman and Shazam

about X hours ago from
DC And Warner Brothers Get Wacky With Trailers For Aquaman and Shazam

For better or worse, DC's relationship with Warner Bros. has resulted in movies that are known for their bleak, gritty tones and aesthetics. However, after the critical whipping that both Batman V Superman and Suicide Squad received, the movies have started moving toward the light, so to speak with both Wonder Woman and Justice League having a jokier, more adventurous feel.

It looks like DC isn't slowing down with that vibe, either. During Comic-Con, Warner Bros. revealed trailers for two upcoming super hero movies, Shazam! and the long-awaited Aquaman movie. Each trailer is noticeably humorous, as opposed to dour, focusing on a combination of laughs and thrills. You can watch both of them right here and decide if that tone shift is to your liking:

Aquaman is due out December 21 of this year while Shazam! hits theaters next April.  For more on DC Comics, you can read all about the publisher's new "provocative" imprint DC Black Label.

It's Up To The Monsters To Save The World In Godzilla: King Of The Monsters Trailer

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It's Up To The Monsters To Save The World In Godzilla: King Of The Monsters Trailer

During Comic-Con 2018, Warner Brothers released a new trailer for the upcoming sequel to Gareth Edward's 2014 version of Godzilla. That film was intended to be the first in a universe of monster movies being put out by Warner Brothers featuring King Kong, Godzilla, and other classic movie monsters.

Godzilla: King Of Monsters (directed by Trick 'r Treat's Michael Dougherty) has humanity racing around the globe trying to wake up giant "titans" to help fend off a massive environmental disaster overtaking the world. During the trailer, the giant lizard himself shows up, as well as his rivals Mothra, Rodan, and King Ghidorah. The cast also hosts a who's who of nerd culture icons, including Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven from Stranger Things) and Charles Dance (Tywin Lannister from Game Of Thrones).

The movie is set to release in May 2019, with a Godzilla vs King Kong film to debut in 2020.

It's Up To The Monsters To Save The World In Godzilla: King Of The Monsters Trailer

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It's Up To The Monsters To Save The World In Godzilla: King Of The Monsters Trailer

During Comic-Con 2018, Warner Brothers released a new trailer for the upcoming sequel to Gareth Edward's 2014 version of Godzilla. That film was intended to be the first in a universe of monster movies being put out by Warner Brothers featuring King Kong, Godzilla, and other classic movie monsters.

Godzilla: King Of Monsters (directed by Trick 'r Treat's Michael Dougherty) has humanity racing around the globe trying to wake up giant "titans" to help fend off a massive environmental disaster overtaking the world. During the trailer, the giant lizard himself shows up, as well as his rivals Mothra, Rodan, and King Ghidorah. The cast also hosts a who's who of nerd culture icons, including Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven from Stranger Things) and Charles Dance (Tywin Lannister from Game Of Thrones).

The movie is set to release in May 2019, with a Godzilla vs King Kong film to debut in 2020.

Overwatch League Players To Attend Discussions With Olympic Committee About Esports Opportunities

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Overwatch League Players To Attend Discussions With Olympic Committee About Esports Opportunities

It looks like esports might be taking another step in the direction of gaining recognition from a wider audience. Following in the wake of the announcement that Overwatch League would be televised on ESPN, today brings news that Geguri from the Shanghai Dragons and JAKE from the Houston Outlaws were journeying to Switzerland to take part in the Esports Forum. Mark Rein, president of Epic, and Mike Morhaime, co-founder of Blizzard Entertainment, are also in attendance.

The Esports Forum, put on by the International Olympics Committee (IOC) and Global Association Of International Sports (GAISF), is a two-day meeting dedicated to staging a talk between the esports community and the Olympic community. According to The Esports Observer, there are no direct plans to put something into place here. Instead, IOC sports director Kit McConnell says that the nature of these discussions is "more about the engagement of the two communities."

These are vague details but still a noticeable step of recognition, especially in light of the IOC's previous attempts to distance itself from lending legitimacy to competition featuring violent video games.

Overwatch League Players To Attend Discussions With Olympic Committee About Esports Opportunities

about X hours ago from
Overwatch League Players To Attend Discussions With Olympic Committee About Esports Opportunities

It looks like esports might be taking another step in the direction of gaining recognition from a wider audience. Following in the wake of the announcement that Overwatch League would be televised on ESPN, today brings news that Geguri from the Shanghai Dragons and JAKE from the Houston Outlaws were journeying to Switzerland to take part in the Esports Forum. Mark Rein, president of Epic, and Mike Morhaime, co-founder of Blizzard Entertainment, are also in attendance.

The Esports Forum, put on by the International Olympics Committee (IOC) and Global Association Of International Sports (GAISF), is a two-day meeting dedicated to staging a talk between the esports community and the Olympic community. According to The Esports Observer, there are no direct plans to put something into place here. Instead, IOC sports director Kit McConnell says that the nature of these discussions is "more about the engagement of the two communities."

These are vague details but still a noticeable step of recognition, especially in light of the IOC's previous attempts to distance itself from lending legitimacy to competition featuring violent video games.

Funko Pops For Insomniac's Spider-Man Game On The Way

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Funko Pops For Insomniac's Spider-Man Game On The Way

Insomniac's take on Spider-Man is one of the most anticipated games of the year, and it looks like it'll have plenty of merchandise to accompany its arrival. During Comic-Con 2018, Funko revealed that a line of figurines based on characters for the game were in the works including Miles Morales, Unmasked Peter Parker, Mary Jane Watson, and Mister Negative.

You can get a look at them for yourself:

NEW #SpiderMan Pop!s coming this fall. Just revealed in the @Marvel Games panel at #SDCC2018!#FunkoSDCC @Playstation #SDCC pic.twitter.com/f7xyEecL6K

Funko Pops For Insomniac's Spider-Man Game On The Way

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Funko Pops For Insomniac's Spider-Man Game On The Way

Insomniac's take on Spider-Man is one of the most anticipated games of the year, and it looks like it'll have plenty of merchandise to accompany its arrival. During Comic-Con 2018, Funko revealed that a line of figurines based on characters for the game were in the works including Miles Morales, Unmasked Peter Parker, Mary Jane Watson, and Mister Negative.

You can get a look at them for yourself:

NEW #SpiderMan Pop!s coming this fall. Just revealed in the @Marvel Games panel at #SDCC2018!#FunkoSDCC @Playstation #SDCC pic.twitter.com/f7xyEecL6K

Here's Your First Look At The Shared Sequel To Unbreakable And Split, Glass

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Here's Your First Look At The Shared Sequel To Unbreakable And Split, Glass

When M. Night Shyamalan was at the height of his fame, he made Unbreakable, a superhero movie noted for its restraint and the performances of Bruce Willis and Samuel L Jackson. More than a decade later, after a few stumbles like the live-action The Last Airbender, Shyamalan released the critically well-received Split in 2016. An after-credits sequence revealed that both Unbreakable and Split were in the same universe.

Now Shyamalan and company have released a trailer for the third movie in this unique take on the superhero genre: Glass. The movie reunites all of the principal characters from the first two films (Willis' David, McAvoy's Kevin, and Jackson's Price/Mr. Glass) in a research center. Given the title, it's fair to expect that Jackson's scheming and charismatic Mr.Glass will be the center role of this movie. You can watch every  all go down right here:

So what do you think? Are you excited to see how a trilogy that Shyamalan started all the way back in 2000 plays out? Let us know in the comments below.