The Animated Series Star Kevin Conroy to Reprise Iconic Role for Live Comic Book Reading

Actor Kevin Conroy will be returning to the world of Batman: The Animated Series, but with a slight twist. According to DC, Conroy will be performing a live reading of a new comic called Batman: The Adventures Continue.

The reading will take place on Thursday, April 9 at 10am PST and will be broadcast on DC’s Instagram page.

For those not familiar with The Adventures Continue, this new digital-first comic book series is designed as a continuation of Batman: The Animated Series. Along with an accompanying toy line from DC Direct, The Adventures Continue will introduce a

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Expect More (Small) Movies to Bypass Theatrical for Disney Plus

Expect Disney to shift more movies initially slated for theatrical release to streaming debuts on Disney+ instead due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Disney executive chairman Bob Iger revealed that consumers should expect to see the company push more content (and earlier) to their digital platforms like Disney+ in light of the current global crisis. Iger’s comments come just days after the studio announced it had scrapped plans to release Artemis Fowl theatrically, opting to debut the film on Disney+ instead.

“There are some we’ve decided to put on Disney+. We already announced one, Artemis Fowl, that would have

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Why Westworld’s Music Is Its Greatest Weapon

While the fourth episode of Westworld: Season 3 features some of the biggest reveals yet, that’s not the only reason fans are abuzz over the series’ latest installment. This episode also features composer Ramin Djawadi doing what he does best, sneaking in a new instrumental arrangement of a hit pop song. In this case, fans of The Weeknd will be pleased to hear a string quartet version of “Wicked Games” playing during the masquerade ball.

This is hardly the first iconic tune that’s been reinterpreted for the futuristic Westworld setting. The Season 3 trailer features an instrumental arrangement of

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Watch This Dalek Scream at People to Stay Inside Their Homes

Similar to the news about countries around the world setting drones loose to scold citizens who aren’t staying indoors, some inventive goofballs in England let a Dalek roll down the block while it barked commands at humans, promoting self-isolation.

Posted by the Sanford Police Twitter account, which isn’t a real police account (as that’s the name of the town in Edgar Wright’s Hot Fuzz), these lads are here for “s***s and giggles.” And giggles they indeed get as this roving cyborg alien from Doctor Who has a lot on its mind when it comes to staying put in

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WWE Wrestlemania 36 Live Results: Winners, Highlights, and More (Part 1, Saturday April 4)

Welcome to Part 1/Night 1 of IGN’s WrestleMania 36 live blog! Keep it locked in here all evening for the latest match results, winners, highlights, low points, and a broad spectrum of reactions.

With this year’s Showcase of the Immortals happening under historic, game-changing circumstances — as WWE’s annual mega-event unfolds over two nights, in front of no fans, with pre-taped matches and miscellaneous live segments — we sort of know Saturday’s card. The two Kickoff Show matches are official, as WWE posted them earlier today on social media. The four main marquee matches for tonight however (Cena vs. Wyatt,

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The Best Action Movies on Netflix Right Now

George Lucas and Steven Spielberg collaborated on the classic Indiana Jones movies, taking the cheesy action movie tropes of their childhoods and translating them to the big screen using every new, exciting, expensive technique at their disposal. The first film, Raiders of the Lost Ark, is about as good as action movies ever get, with lovable characters and dastardly villains all searching for the same magical treasure, getting into one giant and unforgettable set piece after another. The sequels are mixed, but mostly great: Temple of Doom resorts to insulting stereotypes but also features probably the most breathtaking action sequences

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