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"Lego DC Super Hero Girls: Brain Drain" coming August 8 to DVD

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Supergirl, Wonder Woman, Batgirl & Friendssearch For Their Stolen Memories Whenwarner Bros. Home Entertainment,DC Entertainment & The Lego®Group Presentlego® DC Super Hero Girls:Brain Drain On Digital HD July 25 and DVD August 8, 2017

Burbank, CA (June 1, 2017) – Missing memories provide an intriguing mystery for everyone’s favorite young female protagonists in the all-new animated film, Lego® DC Super Hero Girls: Brain Drain. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, DC Entertainment and The Lego® Group, the film – the first Lego® entry in the worldwide DC Super Hero Girls franchise phenomenon – will be distributed by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (Wbhe) July 25, 2017 on Digital HD ($19.99 Srp) and August 8 on DVD (Srp $19.98).

When Supergirl, Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Bumblebee and Katana suddenly realize they cannot remember a single moment from their Monday at Super Hero High, the young DC Super Heroes spring into sleuthing action! Suspecting foul-play, they band
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Lego® DC Super Hero Girls: Brain Drain Provides Summer Fun

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Burbank, CA (June 1, 2017) – Missing memories provide an intriguing mystery for everyone’s favorite young female protagonists in the all-new animated film, Lego® DC Super Hero Girls: Brain Drain. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, DC Entertainment and The Lego® Group, the film – the first Lego® entry in the worldwide DC Super Hero Girls franchise phenomenon – will be distributed by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (Wbhe) July 25, 2017 on Digital HD ($19.99 Srp) and August 8 on DVD (Srp $19.98).

When Supergirl, Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Bumblebee and Katana suddenly realize they cannot remember a single moment from their Monday at Super Hero High, the young DC Super Heroes spring into sleuthing action! Suspecting foul-play, they band together to retrace their steps and uncover the mystery of who exactly stole their memories – and what nefarious plan might be afoot?

Lego® DC Super Hero Girls: Brain Drain voice cast returns its core cast in Grey Griffin (Wonder Woman
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Buffy meets Star Wars as Sarah Michelle Gellar joins Star Wars Rebels

It's been announced that Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) has been cast in a recurring role in Season 2 of the animated series Star Wars Rebels. Executive producer/supervising director Dave Filoni said, “We're thrilled to have Sarah Michelle Gellar on board for season 2. She is a true 'Star Wars Rebels' fan and her passion undoubtedly comes through in the voice recording sessions.”

Hopefully Sarah Michelle Gellar's character arc will last for many episodes, because selling the long-term emotional resonance of the title character's ongoing struggles in Buffy the Vampire Slayer was one of the key strengths of her iconic seven-year performance as Buffy Summers. And with all new Star Wars (from Star Wars Rebels onwards) said to be inter-connected in story terms, who knows what other instalments of the franchise the character could appear in?

(Of course, depending on acting availability, there's always the possibility
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41 cancelled Star Wars projects

Various Star Wars movies, games and TV shows have been canned over the years. The Force was not strong with these...

The Star Wars universe is a dangerous place. For example, ‘man walks into a bar’ gags in Mos Eisley tend to end with unwarranted threats, droid racism, limbs being chopped off, impromptu deaths or – worst of all – rigorous re-editing.

Until the recent Disney buy-out, the world created by George Lucas was just as treacherous for seemingly-exciting projects. Lucasfilm/LucasArts, for a time, became notorious for the number of cancellations under its belt, with films, TV shows and game ideas constantly being chucked out at various stages of their development.

But when did the term ‘countless’ ever stop us trying to count things? Never, that’s when. So we donned a pointy-hooded robe and scoured the desert wilderness of the internet to bring you what we hope is a complete
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Star Wars Bits: ‘Star Wars: Rebels’, ‘Star Wars: Detours’, J.W. Rinzler, Michael Giacchino

Star Wars Bits: ‘Star Wars: Rebels’, ‘Star Wars: Detours’, J.W. Rinzler, Michael Giacchino
As with anything Star Wars related, the rumors are flying fast and heavy about Star Wars: Rebels. This time, they’re about who might score the TV series, with names like Michael Giacchino, J.J. Abrams, and John Williams being bandied about. Also after the jump: Seth Green explains what’s happening with Star Wars: Detours Peek at a viral recruitment site for Sienar [...]
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ABC talking to Lucasfilm about a Star Wars TV show

Although Disney's purchase of Lucasfilm has resulted in the green light being given to a new theatrical Star Wars trilogy, it has left question marks hanging over a number of previously-announced projects. We've already seen the cancellation of Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Seth Green's proposed comedy Star Wars: Detours, as well as the eagerly-awaited video game Star Wars 1313 and the planned 3D re-releases of Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith, while it also seems that George Lucas' long-in-development live-action TV series Star Wars: Underworld has been placed on the backburner.

However, during the Television Critics Association press tour yesterday, ABC Entertainment Group president nm2712251 autoPaul Lee[/link] has revealed that the network is keen to expand its collaborations with Disney's subsidiaries beyond the upcoming superhero series Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., announcing that talks are underway between ABC and Lucasfilm about a possible TV series set in a galaxy far,
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'Buffy''s Oz And Dawn Lock Lips In Exclusive 'Sexy Evil Genius' Clip

'Buffy''s Oz And Dawn Lock Lips In Exclusive 'Sexy Evil Genius' Clip
If you've ever wanted to see Oz (the werewolf) and Dawn (the Key) from "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" making out, then we've got something extra special for you!

If you're like us, you find the whole idea kind of distasteful. Even though Seth Green and Michelle Trachtenberg's stints on "Buffy" did not overlap, Oz and Dawn snogging just seems... wrong.

But we believe in Seth and Michelle and fully support their endeavors (we especially lament the fact that we might not get to see Seth's "Star Wars: Detours" for a long, long time). So let's try to put the icky feelings aside and enjoy this exclusive clip from the crime thriller "Sexy Evil Genius."

"Sexy Evil Genius," which also stars Katee Sackhoff, William Baldwin and Harold Perrineau, will be available on DVD, VOD and digital download on April 9th.
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Lucasfilm cancels Star Wars: The Clone Wars, postpones Star Wars: Detours

As Disney pushes ahead with its plans to launch a new Star Wars trilogy with J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: Episode VII, Lucasfilm has decided to shake up its animated output, with the studio announcing today that it will bring the curtain down on the hit series Star Wars: The Clone Wars at, as well as postponing the proposed comedy series Star Wars: Detours from Todd Grimes and Robot Chicken's Seth Green and Matthew Senreich.

"We are exploring a whole new Star Wars series set in a time period previously untouched in Star Wars films or television programming," reads the official announcement on StarWars.com." As part of this shift, we have also made some key decisions affecting Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Detours. After five highly successful and critically acclaimed seasons of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, we feel the time has come to wind down the series.
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Lucasfilm Cancels Star Wars: Clone Wars – Completes Cartoon Network Sweep

Cartoon Network lost another established winner Monday after Lucasfilm pulled the plug on Star Wars: Clone Wars.

StarWars.com released this statement announcing that they’re not producing any new episodes for Cartoon Network. Lucasfilm has also postponed the animated comedy series, Star Wars: Detours that was being developed by the Robot Chicken crew of Seth Green, Matthew Senreich, and Todd Grimes. Now that Episodes VII-ix is in full swing, it looks like everything else is taking the back seat.

Clone Wars Supervising Director Dave Filoni had this to say to Clone Wars fans:

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Lucasfilm Cancels Star Wars: Clone Wars / Detours

With an eye on returning the franchise to its big screen roots, Lucasfilm has cancelled Star Wars: The Clone Wars as well as the Robot Chicken produced Star Wars: Detours projects.  With the big screen efforts taking place in the franchises 'future', it would make sense that the now Disney owned Lucasfilm would want to [...]

Lucasfilm Cancels Star Wars: Clone Wars / Detours
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'Star Wars' TV massacre! Lucasfilm cancels 'Clone Wars,' indefinitely postpones 'Detours'

'Star Wars' TV massacre! Lucasfilm cancels 'Clone Wars,' indefinitely postpones 'Detours'
The Star Wars universe is moving forward into a brave new era, and that means it’s time for a good old-fashioned brand scrub. Following the news that newly-Disneyfied Lucasfilm is delaying the 3D re-release of Episodes II and III, the company announced today that they are ending production of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, the Cartoon Network series that spent five seasons earning raves — raves that were all variations of “Well, at least it’s better than the last few movies.”

Supervising Director Dave Filoni promises that the team is still working on additional Clone Wars story arcs, but
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New Clip from Star Wars: The Clone Wars Marks Coming to an End; Seth Green’s Star Wars: Detours Indefinitely Postponed

This is a sad, sad day for fans of Star Wars animated franchise title, Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Namely, it looks like Lucasfilm has plans to shut down the series that had a successful five-season run. No new episodes will be produced for Cartoon Network, but some story arcs are being developed and will be available elsewhere as bonus material (I’m guessing that refers to the ‘missing two episodes of the final season – every season so far had 22 episodes, while this last one has twenty). Another animated series – Seth Green’s Star Wars: Detours – won’t even get a lift-off, since the...
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'Star Wars: Clone Wars' Canceled To Make Room For New Series In New Time Period

'Star Wars: Clone Wars' Canceled To Make Room For New Series In New Time Period
It's a dark day in the galaxy far, far away for fans of "Star Wars: The Clone Wars." After five years of fighting the good fight against the Trade Federation and Emperor Palpatine on Cartoon Network, the prequel series will end, as development on a new animated series begins.

"As we enter into an exciting new era focused on the next 'Star Wars' trilogy, Lucasfilm has decided to pursue a new direction in animated programming," Lucasfilm Animation announced in a press release. "We are exploring a whole new Star Wars series set in a time period previously untouched in 'Star Wars' films or television programming. You can expect more details in the months to come."

Read more after the jump!

The release went to discuss what would happen to "Star War: The Clone Wars" in the near future.

"After five highly successful and critically acclaimed seasons
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No sixth season for ‘Star Wars: Clone Wars’

After George Lucas sold his Star Wars universe to Disney, many projects outside the movie franchise were left open-ended, awaiting the fate of the new masters at the House of Mouse.

One high profile animated series was Star Wars: The Clone Wars, which was produced for The Cartoon Network. The series was in production of its fifth season when the sale went through, and many fans have speculated what would happen to it after it ended its run this March.

Now we’ve got confirmation that the Clone Wars series will not return for a sixth season. Also, another animated series announced before the sale, a comedy created by Robot Chicken actor Seth Green called Star Wars: Detours, will never get off the ground.

Despite the end of the always creative Star Wars: Clone Wars series, some story arcs, however, are being developed and will be available elsewhere as bonus material.
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New Clip from Star Wars: The Clone Wars Which Is Coming to an End; Seth Green’s Animated Comedy Star Wars: Detours Postponed

Here's some unfortunate news for fans of Star Wars: The Clone Wars.  It looks like Lucasfilm has plans to wind down the animated series after five successful seasons.  No new episodes will be produced for Cartoon Network, but some story arcs are being developed and will be available elsewhere as bonus material.  Another animated series - Seth Green's Star Wars: Detours - won't even get off the ground as the execs have decided to postpone the comedy, which was planned before the new film trilogy was announced.  Hit the jump for the full press release as well as a new clip from Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Here's the Star Wars: The Clone Wars supervising director Dave Filoni who offers a look at what's next for the final run of the animated series: Here's the full press release (via StarWars.com): As we enter into an exciting new
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Heroes Of The Year: 'Avengers' Director Joss Whedon

Throughout the week, we'll be presenting the Heroes of the Year, our list of individuals who made a major impact on the comic book movie community in 2012.

Our final hero of the year is the director behind the most successful comic book adaptation of all time: Joss Whedon. Honoring him is one of Whedon's frequent collaborators, Jane Espenson, co-creator of the web series "Husbands," among other projects.

Being asked about the impact Joss Whedon has had on comic book movies is like being asked about the impact the moon landing had on moon exploration. What Joss did with comic book movies in "The Avengers" is the same thing he did with teen horror in "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and space opera in "Firefly."

Joss can take an alien, a god, a hero, a robot, or a fictional teenaged girl, and know what this being, in this situation, would say and do if they were real.
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Watch 'Walking Dead' writer Robert Kirkman's cameo on 'Robot Chicken' -- Exclusive

Watch 'Walking Dead' writer Robert Kirkman's cameo on 'Robot Chicken' -- Exclusive
Given the Robot Chicken team’s fondness for all things gory and/or comic-related, it was probably just a matter of time before Walking Dead comic writer (and Walking Dead TV show exec producer) Robert Kirkman made an appearance on the Adult Swim animated show.

As it turns out, that time is coming Sunday at midnight when the zombie overlord will make his acting debut on the sketch show, which Stoopid Monkey Productions head honchos Seth Green and Matthew Senreich create at their Stoopid Buddy Stoodios studio.

That’s the good news. The even better news? You can see said
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