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Female centric Star Wars series in the works at Disney+!!

What’s up, J1 Fans? Got some news from a galaxy far, far away. According to reports from Variety, there is a female centric Star Wars series in the works over at Disney+. The new series is coming from the mind of Leslye Headland, the co-creator, showrunner and executive producer of the critically acclaimed Netflix show …

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Howl’s Moving Castle and other Studio Ghibli films coming to Netflix, HBO after ban is lifted!

Netflix is really rolling out the anime train now that they are able to tap in the beloved classic titles of Studio Ghibli. At an event for an exhibition based on the Story of Ghibli Museum held on March 7, Toshi Suzuki was asked following a panel discussing the studio and museum about the “ban” …

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Netflix and CLAMP, along with manga creators, ready to roll out new original anime!

Netflix is looking to up its anime game to new heights and they are not screwing around. The streaming service is cutting the middleman and going straight to the source by teaming up with CLAMP, the company behind Cardcaptor Sakura and working alongside a list of well known manga creators Shin Kibayashi (The File of …

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Patrick Stewart asks Whoopi Goldberg to return to “Star Trek” role, she said “yes!”

Trekkies everywhere are giddier than a sack full of Tribbles! Patrick Stewart beamed down to “The View” yesterday and extended an invitation that left host Whoopi Goldberg speechless. The 79 year old star of the CBS All Access series “Star Trek: Picard” asked Goldberg, 64, to reprise her role as Guinan for the show’s second …

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Sony Interactive Entertainment to shutdown PlayStation Vue on January 30

Well, it looks like another service is being issued a pink slip and ordered to cease operations. Sony Interactive Entertainment deputy president John Kodera has announced they are shutting down its cloud-based streaming service PlayStation Vue effective on January 30, 2020. Other content such as movie and television shows will still be available through the …

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