Stretch Armstrong is Getting is Own Animated Series on Netflix

It has been announced Hasbro will be teaming up with Netflix to create an original animated series based on the popular classic toy, Stretch Armstrong.  The toy was originally created in 1976 and was a muscled doll which was advertised to be able to stretch from its original size of fifteen inches up to four or five feet.  The character was being developed for a movie, but remained in development hell.

The new series, titled Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters, will follow high school student Jake Armstrong and his two best friends Nathan Park and Ricardo Perez who are accidentally exposed to an experimental chemical that forever changes their seemingly Continue reading “Stretch Armstrong is Getting is Own Animated Series on Netflix”

Miami Vice Reboot Coming To NBC, Produced by Vin Diesel

NBC and Vin Diesel’s production company, One Race Television, are teaming up to reboot Miami Vice.  Shana Waterman is the head of this program and is known for her other shows such as: 24, Live Another Day, and Wayward Falls.  Universal Television will also be involved in the reboot, while Diesel and Waterman executive produce. Continue reading “Miami Vice Reboot Coming To NBC, Produced by Vin Diesel”

Here is the Full List of Upcoming Disney Movies Through 2019 and Tentative Release Dates

Star_Wars_The_Last_JediOne thing Disney does  and does well is make movies.  With a few exceptions here or there, you can’t really knock them for their line-up.  And what a line-up they have.  On Friday and Saturday at D23, we learned the full list of Disney’s upcoming films, animation and live-action, through 2019.  Listed below is every movie with it’s tentative release date.  Keep in mind, those could change as time progresses.  Continue reading “Here is the Full List of Upcoming Disney Movies Through 2019 and Tentative Release Dates”

Shia LaBeouf’s new movie earned $26 in the U.K.

Shia LaBeouf’s new movie, ‘Man Down’, didn’t have the best opening to say the least.

Shia LaBeouf‘s new film Man Down will end it’s week-long run in the United Kingdom after extremely dismal sales.

The film—which follows the actor as a U.S. soldier returning home from Afghanistan who is suffering from PTSD—sold one, single ticket during it’s opening day in the U.K. In all fairness, it only opened in one theater (a branch of the Reel Cinema chain in the town of Burnley) and has only been shown once a day.

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