x Who watches the Watchmen? You, we imagine. Yes, the hugely anticipated TV show, itself based on the iconic graphic novel by Alan Moore, in which masked vigilantes inherit the earth and wind up triggering the end of days, is coming to HBO very soon and not wanting to miss out on all the Comic-Con fun that’s been going on this week, the network’s now dropped a meaty new trailer, which can be seen above. As far as plot goes, it actually shows off quite a bit and already, we know that the show is set set some years after Moore’s source material, though superheroes still remain outlawed. Their legacy burns bright though and executive producer Damon Lindelof has teased an original story revolving around a “murder mystery that unfolds into a world-altering conspiracy that ultimately asks where the fine line is drawn between heroes and villains.” New Watchmen Set Photos Seem To Confirm A Major Character's Death 1 of 4 Click to skip MORE FROM THE … [Read more...] about Dazzling New Watchmen Trailer Teases HBO’s Adaptation
As has become something of a tradition at San Diego Comic-Con, DC announced their slate of animated features coming down the pipeline in 2020, which includes an adaptation of Superman: Red Son. This will mark the first time that the seminal storyline has been given a direct adaptation. Other titles that were announced by the publisher, in partnership with Warner Bros., include Justice League Dark: Apokolips War and another Superman flick, Superman: Man of Tomorrow. Few details have been revealed since the title was announced Saturday at San Diego Comic-Con, but the Superman: Red Son movie will tackle the story originally cooked up by Mark Millar, Dave Johnson and Killian Plunkett. It will be the first animated DC movie to arrive next year, but no specific release date has been announced at this time. It also isn't yet clear who will be in the director's chair, or who will be penning the screenplay. However, it was made clear in the announcement that this is expected to stick close to … [Read more...] about Superman: Red Son Animated Movie Announced at Comic-Con
batman batwoman comic-con tv news By Spencer Perry ON July 20, 2019 BEGIN SLIDESHOWComic-Con: Batman Villain Hush to Appear on Batwoman Series!Straight from the Batwoman panel at San Diego Comic-Con, the executive producers for the series have announced that the Batman supervillain Hush will appear on the series!In the first season of the show, Batman’s enemies will begin to target Kate Kane after she becomes Batwoman. They’re introducing the character of Tommy Elliot, who will become the supervillain Hush and will develop an origin story of sorts for him across the season.Originally a 12-part Batman storyline in the pages of “Batman” #608–619, the original “Hush” story was written by Jeph Loeb (Smallville, Heroes) with art by current DC Chief Creative Officer and co-publisher Jim Lee (“X-Men,” “WildC.A.T.s”). It centered on a mysterious bandaged figure named Hush who is hellbent on sabotaging Batman, and involved … [Read more...] about Comic-Con: Batman Villain Hush to Appear on Batwoman Series!
Updated 11:30 am PDT, Saturday, July 20, 2019 FILE - This 1950 file photo shows American novelist William Faulkner at his home in Rowan Oaks near Oxford, Miss. A literary conference at the University of Mississippi is focusing on the theme of families in William Faulkner’s work. The 46th annual Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha Conference opens Sunday, July 21, 2019 and runs through Thursday. less FILE - This 1950 file photo shows American novelist William Faulkner at his home in Rowan Oaks near Oxford, Miss. A literary conference at the University of Mississippi is focusing on the theme of families in ... more Photo: AP Photo: AP Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 FILE - This 1950 file photo shows American novelist William Faulkner at his home in Rowan Oaks near … [Read more...] about Literary conference examines family in Faulkner’s work
Gallery PUBLISHED: 19:17 20 July 2019 | UPDATED: 19:17 20 July 2019 Latitude Festival 2019. Picture: Jamie Honeywood Jamie Honeywood Archant Norwich Norfolk Festival-goers donned their Handbags and Gladrags for the second day of Latitude Festival. The Magic Gang playing the BBC Sounds Stage on Saturday at Latitude Festival 2019. Picture: Jamie HoneywoodAfter an impressive headline set from BRIT award-winning singer George Ezra on Friday night, attendees at the Henham Park were in high spirits ahead of day two.The event has returned to the Suffolk coast for its 14th year and 40,000 people are attending the festival with day and weekend tickets sold out. The day took an unexpected turn at 2pm when music stopped on the Obelisk Arena, BBC Sounds Stage and Lake Stage due to lightning causing safety concerns.The stages were declared safe at 3pm but Futureheads were unable to come back and finish their set on the main stage.The Magic Gang playing the BBC Sounds Stage on Saturday at … [Read more...] about All the pictures from Saturday at Latitude Festival 2019