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Khary Payton as King Ezekiel Revealed in Walking Dead Season 7

Khary Payton as King Ezekiel Revealed in Walking Dead Season 7
Leading up to today's The Walking Dead panel at Comic-Con, many expected that the show's cast and producers would reveal the premiere date and the first trailer for the hotly-anticipated Season 7, which is currently in production. Thankfully, both came as scheduled, with the trailer also giving fans their first look at a character who has long been rumored, King Ezekiel of The Kingdom. It was announced during the panel that actor Khary Payton has come aboard to play this iconic character from the comics.

The Hollywood Reporter reveals that Khary Payton will have a series regular role, joining the 20 previously-confirmed series regulars in Season 7. Of course, one of these characters will not be sticking around too long, with the Season 7 premiere set to reveal who the victim of Negan's (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) brutal beating is. We don't know for sure exactly when we'll meet Ezekiel, but he will certainly have
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A Look at Dwayne McDuffie’s Last Cartoon Movie Hurrah - 'Justice League: Doom'

It is almost exactly one-and-a-half years since the passing of media maestro Dwayne McDuffie, known more widely for his writing on the various "Justice League" cartoon series of the past decade, as well as for "Ben 10: Alien Force/Ultimate Alien," but more prominent as a comic book writer, enthusiast and advocate for better Black representation in that medium which he backed up in 1993 by being the co-founder of Milestone Media, which, along with other Black creators, established a universe within a universe at DC Comics (home to Superman, Batman, etc) populated by mostly Black and ‘minority’ heroes such as Hardware, Icon, the Blood Syndicate, and their most continual...
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‘Ben 10′ Cinematic Live Action Feature Being Drafted

If you don’t know who Ben 10 is, then you’re obviously not a cool hip-happening dude. Ben 10 is your average kid who has a device that allows him to transform into different species of aliens. It’s an exciting series that has spawned into a media franchise that has grossed over $2 billion. Ben 10 has had two animated series, Ben 10 and Ben 10: Alien Force, as well as animated movies and a couple of live-action straight to DVD films.

But now it’s time for the popular character to take on the big-screen in a big budget take on the character. Producer Joel Silver is bringing the property to the screen and Ryan Engle has been drafted in to touch up a screenplay, originally by Albert Torres. Engle is yet to have a feature length film released, but is currently working on an adaptation of the Kaiju-inspired video game Rampage.
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Clancy Brown to attend Premiere of Lego Batman: The Movie – DC Superheroes Unite

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Clancy Brown, the quintessential voice of Lex Luthor, will walk the red carpet and take part in the post-screening panel discussion when Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and The Paley Center for Media present the World Premiere of Lego Batman: The Movie – DC Superheroes Unite in New York on February 11, 2013.

Brown set the benchmark for all Lex Luthor voices with his iteration of the role for Superman: The Animated Series and Justice League/Justice League Unlimited, and he has reprised the voice in several TV series episodes as well as the DC Universe Animated Original Movie, Superman/Batman: Public Enemies, and now for Lego Batman: The Movie – DC Superheroes Unite.

The World Premiere will include red carpet media interviews starting at 5:15 p.m. and the first-ever public screening of the film at 6:30 p.m. Following the screening, cast and filmmakers will discuss the movie. Joining Brown on the panel
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Toy Review: Ben 10 Alien Collection 10cm action figure – Rath

If you’re a long time Blogomatic 3000 visitor you’ll probably know that I’m a bit of a comic fan, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that I’m a fan of “Man of Action”, the group comprised of comic writers and artists Duncan Rouleau, Joe Casey, Joe Kelly and Steven T Seagle, who created Ben 10 and Generator Rex, and have been involved in the new Ultimate Spider-Man cartoon.

For those of you not down with the kids, Ben 10 is a cartoon about a boy who acquires a watch-like alien device called the Omnitrix which allows him to transform into a range of bizarre looking alien creatures. Ben 10 has since been succeeded by Ben 10: Alien Force, Ben 10: Ultimate Alien, and Ben 10: Omniverse. Each new cartoon series has seen the characters mature, introduced or altered existing relationships, introduced new villains and alien transformations.
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Ben 10 creators discuss the live-action movie adaptation

Last June it was announced that Warner Bros. and producer Joel Silver were to develop a big screen take on the hugely popular children's superhero property Ben 10, and while we've heard very little since, Duncan Rouleau and Steven Seagle - two members of Man of Action Studios, the team behind Ben 10 and the new Ultimate Spider-Man cartoon - have briefly updated the status of the project in an interview with MTV Splash Page.

"We’ve met with Silver a couple of times but it’s very early in the development stages to really discuss it any further than that. Other than we are also equally as excited by the prospects," said Rouleau, while his colleague Seagle provided a little more insight: "It’s a live action film as far as we know... They’ve commissioned a script, which is exciting and we had a lot of cool conversations
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'Ben 10' Creators Discuss Live-Action Movie Plans

by Ryan Rigley

"Ben 10," arguably one of the best original superhero concepts to come out of the past decade, has been one of Cartoon Network's most popular cartoon series for quite some time now. Spawning two sequel series and multiple straight to TV movies, it's no wonder that Hollywood now has their collective eye on the sensational sci-fi property.

During a recent interview with Man of Action Studios, the creators of "Ben 10" and producers of the upcoming "Ultimate Spider-Man" cartoon, the team confirmed that there are indeed plans for a live action "Ben 10" movie. Already attached to the project is famed producer Joel Silver, who's resume includes the likes of "Die Hard," "Predator," "Lethal Weapon," "V For Vendetta," the entire "Matrix" trilogy, and many other well known, big budget movies. Clearly, "Ben 10" is in very capable hands.

When questioned about the film, Duncan Rouleau had
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Peter Pan visits Jake and the Never Land Pirates on Disney Channel

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Peter Pan visits Jake and the Never Land Pirates on Disney Channel

It seems that Peter Pan has lost his shadow again and it’s up to Jake and his pirate buddies to help Peter find it on Jake and the Never Land Pirates: Peter Pan Returns, Disney Junior’s first primetime special presentation of the #1-rated series.

Season 2 of Jake and the Never Land Pirates debuts on Monday, February 20, but fans of the show don’t have to wait that long for their Pirate Island fix because Jake, Izzy, Cubby and Skully will have a brand-new adventure with the boy who never grew when Peter Pan visits Never Land on Jake and the Never Land Pirates: Peter Pan Returns, which airs on Monday, February 13 from 7:00-8:00 p.m., Et/Pt. Adam Wylie, who has previously used his voice talents for shows like Ben 10: Alien Force and Phineas and Ferb,
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Joel Silver Gets Animated Over 'Ben 10' Live-Action Film

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Joel Silver is not one to give up on a concept. After the abysmal failure of 'Speed Racer,' he's going to take another crack at kids cartoon fare by developing a live-action feature film based on the Cartoon Network's 'Ben 10' animated sci-fi franchise. And, according to Variety, he has plans to take it to Warner Bros. in hopes of creating a new franchise.

For those of you without pre-adolescent boys or an interest in animated fare, Ben Tennyson is a typical kid who becomes very atypical after he discovers the Omnitrix, a mysterious, alien watch-like weapon with the power to transform the wearer into 10 different alien species with superpowers, which he uses to save the world. The first series began in 2005; followed by a somewhat darker second series, 'Ben 10: Alien Force,' in 2008; followed by a third series,
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R.I.P. Dwayne McDuffie

Comic book, television, and movie writer Dwayne McDuffie, who wrote comic books for Marvel and DC and co-founded the comic book company Milestone Media before crossing over to television and animation, has died at the age of 49 from complications due to a surgical procedure performed Monday evening.

Milestone Media, co-founded by McDuffie expanded the role of minorities in comics and launched a line of superheroes (through DC Comics) that included Static, Hardware, Icon, Blood Syndicate and Xombi, all of which McDuffie had a hand in creating. One of Milestone’s featured characters, Static, made the leap to television in 2000 as the hero of the award-winning animated series Static Shock.

Throughout his career, McDuffie wrote comics for both DC Comics and Marvel Comics, including Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight, Fantastic Four, Captain Marvel and Justice League of America. McDuffie also scripted several animated television shows and features, including Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths
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Remembering Dwayne McDuffie: Comic writer dies at 49

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Just one day after his 49th birthday, comic book and TV animation writer Dwayne McDuffie passed away due to complications from a surgical procedure. McDuffie, born Feb. 20, 1962, died early Monday, Feb. 21. Details of his death have not been released.

McDuffie was raised in Detroit and attended University of Michigan and Nyu's Tisch School of the Arts. His first major work for Marvel Comics was "Damage Control," about a clean-up team who deals with the mess those pesky superheroes leave behind post-battle.

In 1992, McDuffie created Milestone Media, which paid special care to cultural sensitivity and diversity in comic books. Later, McDuffie wrote and story-edited for animated television series like "Static Shock," "Teen Titans," and "What's New, Scooby-Doo?"

He was a key figure as story editor and producer of "Justice League Unlimited," and he wrote the story for the video game "Justice League Heroes." He went on to work on "Ben 10: Alien Force.
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In Memoriam: Comics Creator Dwayne McDuffie

Comics and cartoon writer Dwayne McDuffie, who most recently penned the script for the DC Animated feature All-Star Superman, passed away from complications from a surgical procedure he had on Monday.

McDuffie got his start in comics as a member of Marvel's editorial staff in the 1980s. While an editor at Marvel, McDuffie began writing the Damage Control miniseries and helped to revamp the Deathlok character. Eventually, McDuffie began writing full-time and would help create the Milestone comics universe at DC. Milestone was a separate line that featured minority heroes such as Static, Hardware, and Icon. In recent years, McDuffie began writing for cartoons as well, including a cartoon adaptation of his Static character, Static Shock. He also served as the story editor on the immensely popular Justice League Unlimited cartoon and a writer on Ben 10: Alien Force. McDuffie also wrote the DC Comics straight-to-dvd animated feature Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths,
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New Nintendo DSiWare & WiiWare releases out this Friday

Ben Tennyson is no stranger to adventure and when Ben 10: Alien Force – The Rise of Hex arrives across Europe on WiiWare this Friday, he is set for more thrills and spills than ever before. Battle the evil Hex and make sure the world does not fall into his monstrous hands by using Ben’s ten new alien forms.

If you’ve ever dreamed of unravelling the mysteries of the sunken world, then have a look at the WiiWare demo* for Dive: The Medes Islands Secret and find out what treasure the ocean holds in this diving simulator. But if you feel more like challenging your mind, try out Art of Balance - Grab your Wii Remote and build a balanced stack in this physics-based puzzler which is easy to pick up and play but difficult to put away! If platforming adventure is your kind of thing, then check out
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Contest Round-Up: 2010-11-03

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Welcome to our weekly round-up of featured giveaways here at Fred. Every week, we’ll present a new clutch of DVDs, books, and other cool stuff you can take a shot at winning. All you have to do is click on the graphics below to be taken to their respective contest pages. And good luck!

In conjunction with Adult Swim, we’re giving away two (2) copies of Venture Bros: Season 4 on DVD.

In conjunction with Shout Factory, we’re giving away two (2) copies of The Larry Sanders Show: Season 2 on DVD.

In conjunction with Shout Factory, we’re giving away two (2) copies of Leave It To Beaver: Season 4 on DVD.

In conjunction with A&E Home Video, we’re giving away two (2) copies of Surviving The Holidays With Lewis Black on DVD.

In conjunction with A&E Home Video, we’re giving away two (2) copies of WWII 360 on Blu-Ray.
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Win Ben 10: Alien Force Volume 9 on DVD!

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In conjunction with Cartoon Network Home Video, we’re giving away three (3) copies of Ben 10: Alien Force Volume 9 on DVD.

Contest ends at 11:59pm Est on Wednesday, November 24th.

Enter the contest! Email: First name: Last name: Street Address: Address Line 2 (if needed): City: State/Province/Whatever: Zip Code/Postal Code: Country: Birth Month: JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember Birth Day: 12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031 Birth Year:

Official Rules

No member of Fred Entertainment or their immediate families may enter.

No Purchase necessary to win.

Must be 18 years of age or older to enter.

One entry per day, per person.

All submitted entries must be received by 11:59pm Est on Wednesday, November 24th.

The winner must allow 4-6 weeks after notification of win to receive the product.
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DVD Review: Ben 10 Alien Force, Vol. 8

Ben 10 Alien Force, Vol. 8


Featuring the voices of Wil Wheaton, John Dimaggio, Yuri Lowenthal

Cartoon Network

Release Date: August 24, 2010

If I could name this volume of Ben 10: Alien Force, I would call it “The Rogue Gallery,” since the five episodes in this volume featured villains from Ben Tennyson’s past. For those not familiar with the cartoon, Ben Tennyson is no ordinary teenager. Not only is he a part of a secret intergalactic police group known as the Plumbers, but he is also the sole bearer of the Omnitrix, a device that allows him to transform into various alien beings. With Gwen, his cousin and fellow Plumber, and her love interest Kevin, they embark on adventures filled with aliens, bounty hunters, and spell casters.

I have reviewed my fair share of Ben 10 episodes and I am happy to report that these episodes are just as good as the previous.
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First Watch: 'Ben 10: Ultimate Alien'

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Here's a show I would have loved as a kid. While watching Cartoon Network's Ben 10: Ultimate Alien, one can practically taste the "sweet" cereal being spooned into their mouth... even though the show airs Sunday nights. And the Ben 10 story is a sweet one indeed. The series, basically about a boy who gets an alien device (the Omnitrix) attached to his arm that allows him to turn into various alien creatures, first debuted in 2005 as simply Ben 10. 2008 saw the mutation of Ben 10 into Ben 10: Alien Force, set five years later, and featuring more mature characters and darker, more complex plots. And yet again, in 2010, Ben 10: Ultimate Alien was born.

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New Shows on DVD for June 28, 2010

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New Shows on DVD for June 28, 2010
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You would think that June 28 was the second coming of Earth Day considering that every possible Earth related DVD in North America is coming out at the same time on DVD. Let's do the round up shall we?

BBC's 'How the Earth Made Us,' National Geographic's 'How the Earth Changed History,' History's 'How the Earth Was Made' and Universal's 'Earth: Final Conflict.' are all coming out on DVD.

If the Earth is not so much your thing, but aliens and the paranormal are more your cup of tea -- then this week is also for you with the releases of 'Ben 10: Alien Force,' 'Paranormal Cops,' 'Warehouse 13' and of course '13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo.'

Find out the rest of new shows being released on DVD this week after the jump!


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84 TV Shows Cancelled or Ending during the 2009 – 2010 Season

Here's a list of shows that won't be back for the 2010-11 TV season. If your favorite is on the list, you have our condolences. If they're not, keep your fingers crossed that they won't soon be joining this little obituary column.

The unlucky ones include 'Til Death, 10 Things I Hate About You, 24, As The World Turns, At The Movies, Ben 10: Alien Force, Better Off Ted, Bill Moyers Journal, Blonde Charity Mafia, Brotherhood, Brothers, Defying Gravity, Dollhouse, Eastwick, Ecw, Flashforward, Flight Of The Conchords, Guiding Light, Hank, Head Case, Here Come The Newlyweds, Jon & Kate Plus Eight, Kings, Law & Order, Legend Of The Seeker, Lincoln Heights, Lost, Mental, Mercy, Monk, More To Love, Nip/Tuck, Past Life, Raising The Bar, Reno 911!, Rita Rocks, Robin Hood, Ruby & The Rockits, Saving Grace, Scrubs, Surviving Suburbia, The Beautiful Life, The Bill Engvall Show, The Bonnie
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Weekend Shopping Guide 4/2/10: How To Train Your Astro Boy

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The weekend’s here. You’ve just been paid, and it’s burning a hole in your pocket. What’s a pop culture geek to do? In hopes of steering you in the right direction to blow some of that hard-earned cash, it’s time for the Fred Weekend Shopping Guide - your spotlight on the things you didn’t even know you wanted…

(Please support Fred by using the links below to make any impulse purchases - it helps to keep us going…)

Jerry Seinfeld cites it as the primary influence for his own show, and anyone who views The Abbott and Costello Show (E1, Not Rated, DVD-$59.98 Srp) will clearly see the precedent it established for a comedy set in New York City and almost entirely about unique characters and everyday events, rather than your typical sitcom fare. It was also anchored by an amazing comedy duo who
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