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18-04-2019, 13:08   #31
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So, uh. Titan's is pretty god damn good.

I went into it fairly sceptical, Robin is a pretty-boy and the usual saviour plot.

But, god damn this show is good. I really like the plot line for Dick Grayson and the trauma he would have gone through growing up, even after Bruce adopted him.
My only problem with Titans is it is unrelentingly dark. The main storyline is Dick is a total edgelord now but it's not enough so they have Jason show up as an even grimdarker edgelord

But I watched it straight through basically, really enjoyed it.
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Swamp Thing has been cancelled after it's first season, due to
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DC Universe is being reevaluated following the completion of AT&T acquisition of Time Warner as WarnerMedia has put an emphasis on the launch of a new streaming platform. There have been questions how DC Universe fits into those plans.
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Seems to be due to North Carolina messing up a 40m tax break.
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AT&T in charge of Warner which is in charge of DC; this is abysmal in general. In every major sector the game seems to be merge, absorb and at all costs.
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Seems to be due to North Carolina messing up a 40m tax break.
North Carolina now denying that there was no accounting error.
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Guy Gaster, the Director of the North Carolina Film Office, contacted CBR to clarify that the state and Warner Bros. entered into their contract with both parties fully aware of how the numbers would break down. Further, Mr. Gaster provided the amount of the tax rebate, as well as the actual tax break amount Swamp Thing was eligible to receive for its pilot episode, and Season 1 overall.

The production team for Swamp Thing knew before production began that North Carolina would offer up to $4.9M in rebates for their pilot episode and $12M for the remainder of season one. They accepted said offer and even signed a contract with the state with those figures. Per state legislation, the NC Film and Entertainment grant can only award up to $12M per season for a series. Per the program’s guidelines, pilot episodes are counted as their own series. In total, the program only receives $31M annually.
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One wonders if this might yet end up in the courts, all seems the kind of messy where the only winners are the lawyers.
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22-07-2019, 13:58   #38
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S1 of Titans will be released on Blu-ray here & in the UK from the 14th of October.

You can pre-order it on Amazon now for £30.





There are 13 featurettes included from it's first season.

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In addition to boasting all 11 episodes of the first season in high definition, the home video release will include a whole host of special features, including character spotlights, specific comic book influences and behind-the-scenes featurettes. The special features will total in a combined 40 minutes of content, providing fans with an extensive look at the making of the popular series:

Raven and Robin Dark Rebirth (new featurette)
The Story of Titans
The Characters of Titans
The Making of Titans
Dick Grayson’s and Rachel Roth’s Dark Past
A look at vigilantes Hawk and Dove
The identity of Titans Kory Anders/Starfire
Gar Logan’s Journey
Rachel’s Powers
The Doom Patrol meets the Titans
Jason Todd’s Robin
From Comic to Live Action Adventure
Meet Wonder Girl
Dick Grayson’s Dark Past
World of Superheroes and Vigilantes
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Smallville has been added to Prime.
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Any word if YJ will be on any platform here?
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Any word if YJ will be on any platform here?
Highly doubt it, seems to be DC Universe exclusive. Titans Season One on Netflix seems to have been the exception. Can see this becoming the norm for shows on all the upcoming streaming services like Disney +, HBO Max and Apple TV+ .
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DMZ

DMZ, Based on DC Comics 'Civil War' Series, Gets Pilot Order at HBO Max

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Comic books continue to be the gifts that keep on giving (for TV executives, at least). HBO Max, WarnerMedia’s forthcoming streaming service, has ordered to pilot DMZ, an adaptation of Brian Wood and Riccardo Burchielli’s DC Comics series.

Described as a futuristic drama, DMZ is set in America during a second civil war, which has turned Manhattan into a demilitarized zone, destroyed and isolated from the rest of the world.

Per the official logline, the potential series “chronicles the harrowing journey of a fierce female medic who saves lives while desperately searching for her lost son. But as she contends with the gangs, militias, demagogues and warlords that control this lawless no man’s land, she becomes the unlikely source of what everyone here has lost: hope.”

Roberto Patino (Westworld, Sons of Anarchy) will serve as showrunner, writer and executive producer, while Oscar nominee Ava DuVernay — who is coming off the Emmy-winning success of Netflix’s When They See Us — will direct and exec-produce.

Filming on the DMZ pilot will begin in early 2020, while HBO Max is set to launch in spring of that year.
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Stargirl teaser trailer

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feels a lil Shazam..ey?
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Stargirl is going on the CW so I am guessing it will be part of the Arrowverse.

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