Godzilla X Kong is the long-awaited sequel to Godzilla vs. Kong. The plot remains a top-secret, but the title screams an alliance instead of another fight. We saw these Titans fight each other. Now we will see them work together. The movie introduces a new Kaiju, who will be the main threat in this movie. Rather than utilizing a Monster from Old Japanese Kaiju movies, they bring back the Big 2.
It’s not exactly earth-shattering news if you’ve been following the headlines, but Warner Bros has just confirmed the fourth seasons of DC shows Doom Patrol and Titans will be the last of each. Though these shows have their fans — Doom Patrol especially — WB’s clean sweep of all disconnected DC programs in favor of a unified Gunnverse makes their continued existences impossible. Also, everything is getting cancelled at HBO Max anyway.
Good news for fans of former DC Universe programs that were dumped onto HBO Max — those programs seem to be holding up well against the competition. During today’s DC FanDome event, WB announced both Doom Patrol and Titans have been given fourth season renewals.
You won’t have to wait much longer for the third season of HBO Max’s Titans…the superhero drama has been announced to be returning August 12, with new episodes appearing weekly on the streamer until October 21. And with that announcement comes this new trailer…
Amputee actress/singer Savannah Welch will be playing Oracle or Batgirl on the next season of Titans
In the Comics “A Killing Joke”
Titan’s season 3 is coming, and there will be a change. Starfire’s previous costumes made fans unhappy. I guess because it looks nothing like the comic and the cartoons. She is an orange-skinned alien back then. Her attire is hard to translate to live-action. For instance, this is what she looks like in the comics.
DC Comics has been stating for a while now that they were going to be releasing a streaming service all their own. One that would house certain programming that wouldn’t be on stations like Fox, CW, or Syfy. Well, today they revealed that the streaming service itself would be called DC Universe. Which is actually quite apropos, as that’s a name that’s been associated for DC Comics for quite some time.
There are a LOT of TV series featuring superheros these days, and more are coming. For TNT’s first venture into this genre, Titans, they wanted to make sure this series is different from all the other shows. TNT President Kevin Reilly talked with TV Line about how they wanted to make sure it wasn’t a copy, and instead was a groundbreaking show: