A huge chunk of unknown Star Wars lore is about to be explored, and executive producer Justin Ridge can't wait to be a part of it. Ridge is one of three executive producers on Star Wars Resistance and Gizmodo had a chance to speak to him about this new Star Wars animated series coming to Disney Channel and Disney XD.
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Video: Our first look at Star Wars Resistance set up the basic premise of a Resistance spy operating out of an island that's home base to a team of hotshot racers. But this new look at the Lucasfilm animated series gives us a much better idea of the bigger picture around Kazuda Xiono's new mission — and the brewing war set to come between the Resistance and the First Order.
The prequel shorts we’ve had so far for Marvel’s latest animated initiative, Marvel Rising, have yet to actually bring our heroes together—beyond the delightful pairing of Ms. Marvel and Squirrel Girl—into a cohesive team. Now, our first look at the animated film gives us just that, and a reason for the team to unite.
As you might be surprised to hear, there's a bit of Star Wars drama going on right now (this franchise? Drama? Well I never!), with rumours swirling that a whole bunch of Star Wars spinoffs are allegedly on hold as Lucasfilm refocuses its future plans for the galaxy far, far away. So what do we actually know is on the way?
The new Spider-Man cartoon is a hard reset on what came before, bringing Peter Parker back to that familiar place of the fresh young teen trying to balance newfound power with the responsibility of school life. But, for all the trappings of familiarity, the show is laying some interesting new groundwork for one particular relationship.
The new Spider-Man series on Disney XD, coming after the end of Ultimate Spider-Man, decided to strip Peter Parker back to his most basic form: A young, nerdy high school teen who's only just been awakened to his great powers. Except, apparently, the show's also bringing along another three Spider-heroes just because.
Japan's highest grossing film of 2015 is pretty silly. Yo-Kai Watch: The Movie, making its U.S. debut at a special Fathom Events theatre showing this weekend, keeps the wacky humour of the television show rolling, even when the fate of the entire world is at stake.