Rick and Morty season 4 trailer

Rick and Morty returns Sunday, November 10th.

Season four will consist of 10 episodes. The creative pair debuted the first footage, complete with a Taika Waititi cameo, from the new batch this past weekend at San Diego Comic Con.

Watch Spider-Ham: Caught in a Ham | EXCLUSIVE Animated Short

SPIDER-HAM: CAUGHT IN A HAM Directed by Miguel Jiron, Produced by David Schulenburg It’s another normal day for Peter Porker, a.k.a. the Spectacular Spider-Ham, fighting bad guys and loving hot dogs, until a mysterious portal starts messing with the very fabric of his cartoon reality!

In this Batman day, watch Batman Beyond short by Darwyn Cooke. Batman Beyond vs Batman The Animated Series

Kevin Conroy and Will Friedle reprise their roles as an elderly Bruce Wayne and his apprentice Terry McGinnis in a Batman Beyond short by Darwyn Cooke. 

The Batcave is infiltrated by a younger version of the superhero circa the 90s TV series Batman: The Animated Series. We all know the original Batman would mop the floor with McGinnis. Fortunately, it’s just a robot Batman and no match for the real thing. Bruce turns on the Batmobile and flames shoot out the back melting the imposter like the Terminator.

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Disenchantment Official Part 2 Trailer

Disenchantment Part Two will delve deeper into the un-fairytale’s mythology to explore faraway worlds well beyond Dreamland. 

Disenchantment is executive produced by Matt Groening and Josh Weinstein. The series features the voice talents of Abbi Jacobson (“Bean”), Eric Andre (“Luci”), and Nat Faxon (“Elfo”), along with John DiMaggioBilly WestMaurice LaMarcheTress MacNeilleDavid HermanMatt BerryJeny BattenRich FulcherNoel Fielding and Lucy Montgomery.

Disenchantment returns for Part 2 on Netflix this September 20th

First Images for Pixar’s ‘Soul’ Revealed

Disney debuted a first look at upcoming Pixar film “Soul” at the D23 expo in Anaheim, Calif. and announced its star-studded voice cast.

“Soul” imagines that every person on earth comes pre-installed with a soul formed and perfected in a cosmic realm. Jamie Foxx will play a middle-school music teacher on earth who dreams of playing at legendary New York jazz club The Blue Note. After the wrong step into an open sewer grate, Joe slips back into his soul form back in the other realm — with some existential work to do before he might land his big gig.

“Soul” also stars Tina Fey, Daveed Diggs, Questlove, and Phylicia Rashad. “The Social Network” Academy Award winners Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross of Nine Inch Nails were also revealed to be composing the score at D23.

Tina Fey joked that she took the job in “Soul” because “its the only way I could get passes to D23.”

Dana Murray, who garnered an Oscar nomination for Pixar short “Lou,” will produce alongside Academy Award winner Pete Docter (“Up,” “Inside Out”), who serves as its director.

Docter has also stepped up as Pixar’s chief creative officer following John Lasseter’s departure from the production company amid sexual harassment accusations.

Aside from “Toy Story 4” and the other names on the list of movie remakes Disney has pushed out recently (“Lion King,” “Aladdin,” and forthcoming “Mulan” and “The Little Mermaid”), the film stands as the second original movie to be released after Pixar’s “Onward” starring Tom Holland, Chris Pratt, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Octavia Spencer.

“Soul” is set to premiere June 19, 2020.

And the musical hits keep on coming because Trent Reznor(The Social Network) and Atticus Ross (The Social Network) are composing the score while Jon Batiste(Red Hook Summer) is writing new music for the movie. Two-time Oscar-winner Pete Docter (Up, Inside Out) directs with co-director/writer Kemp Powers (Star Trek: Discovery), writer Mike Jones, and Oscar-nominee Dana Murray (Lou) producing. This is really shaping up to be something special.

Masters of the Universe: Revelation, an animated Netflix show is coming

Masters of the Universe: Revelation, an animated Netflix show from Kevin Smith

Smith will serve as the executive producer and showrunner of Masters of the Universe: Revelation, a limited series which focuses on the unresolved storylines of the classic series, picking up many of the characters’ journeys where they left off decades ago.

Mattel Television is producing alongside executive producer Rob David, the vice president of Mattel TV and author of “He-Man: the Eternity War.” Writers include Eric Carrasco (“Supergirl”), Tim Sheridan (“Reign of the Supermen”), Diya Mishra (“Magic the Gathering”) and Marc Bernardin (“Alphas”). “Castlevania’s” Powerhouse Animation will oversee animation for the series.

“’Masters of the Universe’ has been a cultural phenomenon for generations, inspiring fans to discover their own power within,” David said. “Fans of this franchise have been waiting for the continuation of these characters, and Kevin Smith, as a ‘Masters’ superfan himself, is the perfect champion and partner to expand the canon through a dynamic animated series on Netflix.”

Watch Genndy Tartakovsky’s Primal, SDCC Exclusive Clip

The half-hour animated series is set in the prehistoric time and centers around a “caveman at the dawn of evolution” and a “dinosaur on the brink of extinction.” The two characters are bonded by tragedy, and “this unlikely friendship becomes the only hope of survival in a violent, primordial world.”