DC Universe Debuts Swamp Thing Trailer, Nickelodeon Lands a New Star Trek Animated Series, and More!

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DC Universe Debuts Swamp Thing Teaser Trailer

DC Universe has released the first trailer for Swamp Thing, revealing the series’ horror story roots. The new footage is filled with floral horror as a strange and supernatural plague ravages a small Louisiana town. Horror buff James Wan serves as series producer, and Swamp Thing streams on DC Universe on May 31st.

Check out the trailer below!


Netflix Orders Adult Animated Comedy from Gravity Falls Alums

Netflix has ordered a new adult animated comedy series from writer Shion Takeuchi, who has previously worked on Gravity Falls and Regular Show. The series, titled Inside Job, follows a woman who works for a shadow government and must keep the truth of every conspiracy theory under wraps. Gravity Falls alum Alex Hirsch will co-executive produce.


New CG-Animated Star Trek Series Coming to Nickelodeon

CBS and Nickelodeon have officially greenlit a new CG-animated Star Trek series from Kevin and Dan Hageman. The untitled animated series will follow a group of delinquent teens who hijack an abandoned Starfleet ship and use it for space adventures. There is no further information on the Nickelodeon Star Trek animated series at this time.


Ben Affleck to Direct and Star In Ghost Army WW2 Caper

Actor Ben Affleck is set to star in and direct the upcoming World War II film Ghost Army, based on a book by Rick Beyer and Elizabeth Sayles. The film tells the true story of creative industry recruits who were responsible for tricking Germany into believing the US had a larger army than it did. Ghost Army is still in development and does not yet have a release date.


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