King Kong is one of the most recognizable monsters in American cinema. First bursting on the screen in the 1933 film King Kong, the monster has delighted audiences ever since. Most recently the giant ape has become one of the leads in Legendary’s MonsterVerse where he duked it out with Godzilla for the first time since 1962. Now, King Kong will make the jump to the small screen for a live-action series on Disney+.

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Saturday morning cartoons have been an American staple for many decades. So much so that Godzilla, himself, got in on the action in the late 1970s. Simply titled Godzilla, the series premiered in 1978 and ran for two seasons. Godzilla was an animated series from Hanna-Barbera, the creators of such shows as The Flintstones and Jonny Quest. The series has had a rough history and was basically buried in the annals of history for decades until Toho began releasing the first season on the official Godzilla YouTube channel. Now that all 13 episodes of the first season are uploaded, a trailer released has revealed the second season will begin on June 6th.

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The Kaiju novel, Project Nemesis is finally receiving an adaptation. The beloved novel from Jeremy Robinson will be adapted into a live-action tv-series with John Wick director Chad Stahelski attached as series director. The series is in the very early stages right now and hasn’t been picked up by a network or streaming service, but fans of this novel already have plenty to be excited about.

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A few weeks ago, the Kaiju community was alerted to a potential crossover with the free-to-play video game, Call of Duty: Warzone. The teaser featured three characters in World War II discovering a device that emitted the sound of the Orcha from Godzilla: King of the Monsters. At the end of the teaser, a familiar roar could be heard. It wasn’t long before it was confirmed that Godzilla and Kong would be making an appearance in the upcoming season of Call of Duty: Warzone.

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“The apocalypse, it seems, was never canceled… only postponed”. So opens Cavan Scott and Nelson Dániel’s Pacific Rim: Blackout, the latest original graphic novel from Legendary Comics. Pacific Rim: Blackout follows Jaeger pilot Herc Hanson as he and other Jaeger pilots attempt to slow the spread of Kaiju in Australia. Things don’t look good, however, and fans of Pacific Rim: The Black will certainly recall how this story ends.

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Quantum Leap returns to the small screen on September 12th. The reboot of the 1989 sci-fi drama series about Dr. Sam Beckett leaping through time, trying to put right what once went wrong. This time, it will follow a new scientist (Dr. Ben Strong played by Raymond Lee) and his team as they restart the Quantum Leap program and begin their own journey. Since the new series is billed as a sequel to the original, many fans were hopeful that it would finally give Sam Beckett the happy ending he was denied in the original show. But Dr. Beckett himself, Scott Bakula, took to Twitter to set the record straight.

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One of the opening scenes of Jurassic Park III has Dr. Alan Grant (Sam Neil) giving a lecture to a group of people about the new discoveries that fossilized remains have revealed about raptors. He takes a question about the point of paleontology since there are two islands that hold real living dinosaurs. Grant responds to this young man by saying “what John Hammond and InGen did at Jurassic Park is create genetically engineered theme park monsters. Nothing more and nothing less.” This line would prove to be the entire thesis on which Jurassic World would be based. A thesis perfectly encapsulated by one dinosaur: Indominous Rex.

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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds is upon us! The fifth Star Trek series to air in this era will reintroduce fans to the characters of Captain Christopher Pike, Number One, and Spock, as well as a number of new and old characters alike. Now that the show is close, Paramount+ has announced another captain of the Enterprise will be appearing in the show. Robert April has been revealed to be making his live-action debut in the upcoming series and Adrian Holmes has been cast as the character.

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The ending of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom promised a very different sequel. In the final moments of the 5th film in the long-running franchise that started with Jurassic Park, Maisie triumphantly decided that these animals deserved to live and freed them to roam the world. Jurassic World: Dominion picks up that thread and returns to a world now changed by these new dinosaurs roaming free. There are a number of new dinosaurs being introduced to the franchise with this film, including one of the largest carnivores that ever walked the Earth: the Giganotosaurus.

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