It was back in November that I first posted about the brand-new Critics Choice Super Awards on PiercingMetal and you might recall that I was excited about them since they were directly speaking to a number of my media interests. Yesterday, the winners were announced via a virtual ceremony because thanks to the pandemic that is the easiest way we can do stuff like this nowadays. Though we still have a ways to go, I feel that in due time more sense of normalcy will be experienced but for now you folks just chill at home and let entertainment outlets like this one offer up the things you need to know about. So I didn’t watch the virtual ceremony but am happy to share the winners circle with you all down below. Since its always beneficial to see what didn’t win when all was said and done, I have left the nominees in this narrative as well. We can discuss more about this at the close when I return. Now get thee scrolling but maybe get a fresh cup of coffee first before you do.
Best Action Movie: WINNER – Da 5 Bloods (Netflix)
Bad Boys for Life (Sony)
Greyhound (Apple TV+)
The Hunt (Universal)
The Outpost (Millennium Media)
Tenet (Warner Bros.)
Best Actor in an Action Movie: WINNER – Delroy Lindo – Da 5 Bloods as Paul (Netflix)
Tom Hanks – Greyhound as Commander Ernest Krause (Apple TV+)
Chris Hemsworth – Extraction as Tyler Rake (Netflix)
Caleb Landry Jones – The Outpost as Specialist Ty Michael Carter (Millennium Media)
Will Smith – Bad Boys for Life as Detective Lieutenant Michael Eugene “Mike” Lowrey (Sony)
John David Washington – Tenet as The Protagonist (Warner Bros.) Continue reading Presenting The 1st Critics’ Choice Super Awards Winners→
So it was just over a week ago that I shared the Official Trailer for the second season of the DC Universe original animated series “Harley Quinn” and if you didn’t watch that, spend a little more time on the website catching up by clicking HERE. With the notion of quarantine on everyone’s mind you sure do have plenty of time to stay on websites as opposed to going outside. I’d rather know that you are being safe as well so don’t go out. The new season of yon series begins its streaming today and remember, this is not a binge show in the fashion we are used to and is instead being released episodically each and every week. Check out the colorful poster and the massive ensemble voice casting.
Fans of the inimitable Miss Harley Quinn will be very happy to know that her first-ever animated series will be returning for a second season that will debut in the beginning of April. Hopefully you got to see that “Birds Of Prey” movie that they quietly rebranded as “Harley Quinn: Birds Of Prey” before it wasn’t safe to be in the movie theater with anyone because it was quite a fun flick. Though I only saw a few episodes of the first season, I can admit to it being a lot wilder than I expected. Now there’s a second season and a trailer to boot. Check it out. I’ve also included the ensemble voice cast for good measure since there are some big names involved.
It wasn’t too long ago that we shared the long anticipated Full Trailer for “Harley Quinn” which was to be the first brand-new animated series coming to the DC Universe streaming service. Since I want you all to be up to speed please just click HERE to correct any oversight. If you subscribe to the service, please be aware that it has begun streaming as of today and much like the “Titans”, “Doom Patrol” and “Swamp Thing” series that came before it, will broadcast episodically. That means week by week and no binging until it completes. Let’s review some artwork, premise and ensemble voice casting.
It was way, way back during New York Comic Con 2018 that the folks over at Warner Brothers Animation gave us a “First Look” at the upcoming DC Universe Streaming Service series “Harley Quinn”. I documented that visual HERE for those who are new to our broadcasts. Now, over one year later we have Full Trailer for the soon to come series. Let’s take a look.