Crisis on Infinite Earths Poster, Super-show Renewals, and more!
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Crisis on Infinite Earths Poster
The fate of the worlds lies with them. Crisis on Infinite Earths concludes next Tuesday starting at 8/7c. Stream the first 3: https://t.co/7lqznqwBXy pic.twitter.com/umTu5CSsX2
— Arrow (@CW_Arrow) January 7, 2020
Stephen Amell shared a new poster for the conclusion of the Crisis on Infinite Earths event. The poster shows Stephen Amell in the center as the all powerful Spectre. The Crisis on Infinite Earths event will conclude on January 14.
According the The Hollywood Reporter, The CW has renewed practically all of its shows for another season. This includes Batwoman, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, and The Flash. They will also welcome on two new superhero shows, Green Arrow and the Canaries, and Superman & Lois.
The New Mutants Rating
Scary film at PG-13. The atmosphere, mystery, & tone of Josh’s direction makes it work. The cast is stellar, not horror tropes who split from the group 1 by 1 like idiots only to get offed. They’re a team united; forged by the horror, and that’s new take. Bravo Josh & Co. https://t.co/HDpCZNp9Ro
— Bill Sienkiewicz (@sinKEVitch) January 5, 2020
Director Josh Boone confirmed on instagram that The New Mutants “has always been and will always be PG-13.” Bill Sienkiewicz, a comic book artist known for his work on The New Mutants, responded by saying, “Scary film at PG-13. The atmosphere, mystery, & tone of Josh’s direction makes it work. The cast is stellar, not horror tropes who split from the group 1 by 1 like idiots only to get offed. They’re a team united; forged by the horror, and that’s new take. Bravo Josh & Co.” The New Mutants will sneak into theaters on April 3rd.
Streaming service Quibi has greenlit Gloop World, a new stop-motion animated series from Rick & Morty co-creator Justin Roiland, John Harvatine IV and Eric Towner. The series will follow “the absurd, but strangely relatable lives of anthropomorphic blobs, roommates Bob Roundy and Funzy as they navigate the malleable, clay-mated suburbia and outskirts of Gloop World.” Quibi will launch on April 6th.
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