Danai Gurira joined the cast of The Walking Dead in season three, playing fan-favorite Michonne. The character has played a key role since then, but on this show, anyone can leave at any time. Even lead man Andrew Lincoln, who plays Rick Grimes, left this season. Now, the end is near for Michonne. It has…Continue Reading “Danai Gurira is Leaving THE WALKING DEAD in Season 10”

Welcome back to TV News Bits. Today, we have news on one of ABC’s Marvel projects, a premiere date for Cloak & Dagger season two, an update on FX’s Y: The Last Man adaptation, confirmation of more The Walking Dead, and casting for the next Riverdale spinoff. ABC previously ordered a pilot for a female-led…Continue Reading “TV News Bits: Marvel TV, THE WALKING DEAD and Beyond”

This week’s The Walking Dead was billed as the final episode for lead man Rick Grimes, played by Andrew Lincoln. Don’t worry, we won’t spoil how he was written off here. However, it looks like Rick does have a future in the franchise…but not in the way you’d expect. AMC has announced that Rick will headline…Continue Reading “AMC Announces Three THE WALKING DEAD Movies Starring Andrew Lincoln’s Rick Grimes”

AMC’s cornerstone series, The Walking Dead, is getting ready enter its ninth season, which will say goodbye to lead man Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln). Meanwhile, spinoff series Fear the Walking Dead is nearing the end of its fourth season, with season five on the way. AMC has been vocal about continuing this franchise for at…Continue Reading “AMC Plans to Expand THE WALKING DEAD Universe with Movies and More TV Shows”

AMC’s The Walking Dead has become notorious for killing off many of its primary characters over its eight-season (and counting) run. So much so, that fans have wondered if Andrew Lincoln’s Rick Grimes, the show’s protagonist, would eventually die. Comic creator Robert Kirkman shed doubt on the idea earlier this year, despite a scene on…Continue Reading “Andrew Lincoln Leaving THE WALKING DEAD in Season 9”

AMC’s The Walking Dead is heading into its ninth season this fall, and the show is adding two new regulars to the cast. According to The Hollywood Reporter, actors Avi Nash and Callan McAuliffe have been upgraded to series regulars. The two joined the show as Siddiq and Alden, respectively, during season eight. The Walking Dead returns…Continue Reading “TV News Bits: THE WALKING DEAD, WATCHMEN, THE PUNISHER, LEGENDS OF TOMORROW, THE UMBRELLA ACADEMY”

Another day, another bit of casting news for DC and New Line’s Shazam. According to Deadline, The Walking Dead actor Cooper Andrews has joined the highly anticipated superhero tentpole. He will play the foster parent at Billy Batson’s group home. This news comes after two of Billy’s group home friends, Eugene and Pedro, had been…Continue Reading “SHAZAM Casts THE WALKING DEAD Alum Cooper Andrews”

Deadpool is already one of the biggest superhero franchises in recent memory, with the 2016 movie being a big hit and this summer’s sequel looking to be even bigger. While Deadpool will appear in X-Force, star Ryan Reynolds has sounded less optimistic about a third solo film, But if Deadpool 2 makes all the money (it will), then surely…Continue Reading “FEATURE: Five Storylines to Consider for DEADPOOL 3”

Last week Revenge Of The Fans reported that Amazon’s upcoming animated series Invincible had a cast. Invincible is based off the Robert Kirkman comic series of the same name. The cast list found included: Steven Yeun (The Walking Dead), Zazie Beetz (Deadpool 2), Jason Mantzoukas (John Wick: Chapter 3-Parabellum), Gillian Jacobs (Community), Andrew Rannells (A Simple Favor), and Chris Dimantopoulos (Silicon Valley). Now The…Continue Reading “Amazon’s INVINCIBLE Reveals A-List Cast”

Just like with the Eden Zero review HERE, the missing episodes of Attack on Titans will be reviewed all at once. When I last left them off, Eren and the gang had gotten ambushed by The Military Police.  To make matters worse, it looks like the leader of the squad that ambushes them is someone…Continue Reading “Review: ATTACK ON TITAN Season 3 Episodes 2-6”