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Animated series Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny gets a poster and trailer

DreamWorks has released a new poster and trailer for the upcoming animated series Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny which is set to arrive on Amazon Prime next month. The series is set after the events of Kung Fu Panda 3 and features a voice cast that includes Mick Wingert, Haley Tju, Gunnar Sizemore, Laya DeLeon Hayes, Makana Say, Christopher Swindle, James Hong, Any Hill, Cherise Boothe, Chrissy Metz, Piotr Michael, and Jeff Bennett; check them out here…

Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny follows the adventures of four energetic panda kids: Nu Hai, Bao, Jing, and Fan Tong. When the friends stumble upon a mystical cave beneath Panda Village, they have no idea they’re about to absorb the chi, or energy, of ancient kung fu warriors known as the Four Constellations. Now it’s up to them to save the world from an evil force — but first,
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Games Based on Comic Book Franchises That You Must Play!

As a whole video games based on comic book franchises have met with more critical success than games based on cinematic franchises.  Part of the reasoning behind this is that comic books have a natural affinity with the transition to gaming: bold characters, super powers that can empower the player, the rich environments, and story lines that can be drawn on. All these things can help bring exciting and fun gameplay experiences.

Comic book narratives are something I love; the integration between written narrative and illustrative depth has always fascinated me.  Every time a video game based on a comic book franchise appears, I buy it. Sometimes I've been stung by that, but most times I have a satisfying and immersive gaming experience.

So here are a few of my favourite games in this genre.  

The Punisher

Voliton's The Punisher  is a grisly game where you can torture enemies in order to gain information.
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Nashville Finale: Ep Talks Avery/Juliette Reunion (and Rings!), H65's Chances

Nashville Finale: Ep Talks Avery/Juliette Reunion (and Rings!), H65's Chances
The record label Rayna Jaymes worked so hard to build may be in shambles, and if it does survive, it’ll do so without one of its marquee players. Still, Nashville showrunner Marshall Herskovitz says, we should consider the Season 5 finale a win… for Juliette, if no one else.

Even though Ms. Barnes spends the end of the hour wondering if she’s irrevocably messed-up, “She also does this remarkable thing to redeem herself,” the Ep tells TVLine. He’s referring to Juliette’s pulling herself out of the running for an American Music Award and outing herself — via morally
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Nashville Recap: Hashtag Stressed

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Are you there, Luke Wheeler? It’s me, a troubled Nashville enthusiast.

Before you say anything, yes. I was one of the people routinely calling you out as a ridiculous corporate whore who’d slap his name on anything for the right price. Yes, I often mocked you for talking about your “brand” and “Luke Wheeler Worldwide” (whatever that was) and all of that ridiculousness.

But now I see the terrible truth of it all: You above anyone else in Music City could’ve helped avert the crisis that
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Why Wasn't Thrones' Yara Ready for Battle? Casual Flubs the '90s? What Is Once's Regina Up To? And More Qs!

Why Wasn't Thrones' Yara Ready for Battle? Casual Flubs the '90s? What Is Once's Regina Up To? And More Qs!
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Twin Peaks, Preacher, Casual and Arrow!

But first, some Qs coming out of San Diego Comic-Con:

1 | Does anyone not think that that Morgan saying “I don’t die” in The Walking Dead’s trailer dooms him?

2 | Kansas performing “Carry on Wayward Son” in Hall H: Peak Supernatural moment? Like, how do they even come close to topping that next year?

3 | Who would you award Miss/Mister Congeniality, of the many who passed through TVLine’s video suite?
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Nashville Recap: You Can Go Home Again, But You Probably Shouldn't

Nashville Recap: You Can Go Home Again, But You Probably Shouldn't
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If you’d have told me a year-and-a-half ago that I’d be asking for more Maddie in my Nashville, I’d have told you to go shove your head in a Tupperware full of pink macaroni. And yet, as this week’s Gunnar-centric episode unspools, I find myself constantly wondering, “Yes, but what is going on with the Maddie-Juliette beef?” So here we are.

The hour spends a bunch of time with Gunnar in his old hometown, revisiting his childhood, which was even sadder than we’d been led to believe.
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Nashville Recap: The Exes Factor

Nashville Recap: The Exes Factor
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The thing that many of us thought might happen to Scarlett and Gunnar after last week’s Nashville actually does happen in this week’s Nashville, and it’s heartbreaking. If you read these recaps with any regularity, you know that I’m far more likely to make a hemp-choker joke about Scarlett than to sympathize with her flights of emotional fancy. After all, how many public crying fits can a grown woman have before people stop taking her seriously? Yet when Deacon’s niece suffers a miscarriage in “You Can’t Lose Me,
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Nashville Recap: It Gets Bitter

Nashville Recap: It Gets Bitter
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Underneath the rhinestones and cowboy hats and (in Scarlett’s case) layers upon layers of consignment-shop knitwear, we’re all just scared kids.

That’s the takeaway of this week’s Nashville, in which Scarlett plunges herself headfirst into the plight of the modern bullied teen. Spoiler alert: It hurts.

RelatedSummer TV Calendar: 90+ Premiere and Finale Dates to Save

Also painful? Deacon’s life, which has started to normalize after Rayna’s abrupt death but which still makes him cry on the regular. Unfortunately for Deke, rugged man tears
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Leatherface Release Date and Gory First Look Revealed

Leatherface Release Date and Gory First Look Revealed
The first look at the upcoming prequel to The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Leatherface is here and it looks pretty bloody. The last time we got to see some action from the legendary horror character of Leatherface was in 2013's Texas Chainsaw 3D, which was a direct sequel to the original 1974 classic The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, which ignored the 2nd and 3rd movies as well as the remakes. Though it made some money at the box office, it was hailed as terrible by critics and fans alike, many calling it laughable. So it's about time that we get some news on the upcoming prequel.

Leatherface is an exclusive DirecTV release set for September 21, 2017. But those wanting to revel in the gore up on the big screen will get their wish, with a limited theatrical run and full VOD release through Lionsgate set in time for Halloween, hitting October 20, 2017!

Bloody Disgusting has
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Ben 10: Season Two Renewal for Cartoon Network Series

Cartoon Network has renewed its Ben 10 TV show for a second season. It will also market associated mobile and console games. The series hails from Cartoon Network Studios. Man of Action Entertainment created and executive produces the series, with John Fang serving as executive producer. An animated action-adventure comedy, Ben 10 centers on ten-year-old Ben Tennyson (Tara Strong), his cousin Gwen (Montserrat Hernandez), and their grandfather, Maxwell (David Kaye). The Cartoon Network voice cast also includes Gunnar Sizemore, Robin Atkin Downes, J.B. Blanc, Troy Baker, Roger Craig Smith, Dwight Schultz, Drake Bell, and Jessica Dicicco. Read More…
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Exclusive Q&A with Under the Dome’s Kevin Sizemore

Were you one of the millions who watched Under the Dome last night? CBS revealed that an impressive 13.1 million viewers tuned in for the premiere, which is a great sign for the future of the series. You’ll be able to catch Kevin Sizemore in episode 2 as deputy Paul Randolph, and we have an exclusive Q&A where Kevin talks about his role on the show:

Thank you for taking the time to talk with Daily Dead. Before joining the cast of Under the Dome, had you read the novel?

Kevin Sizemore: It’s a pleasure and thank you, coming from us actors for doing such great work! I had not read the novel, but as soon as my neighbor Julie found out I was cast, she came over with it on my porch! I decided to download the audio book and listen to it on my days off
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NBC not moving forward with select pilots: 'Hatfields & McCoys,' 'Holding Patterns' and more

NBC has announced some of the pilots that it will not be ordering to series this fall -- releasing actors and writers from their contracts. This doesn't mean that those not listed here will definitely be picked up; it simply means that they're still in contention for the (many) open spots in NBC's fall lineup.

Not Going To Series:

"Joe, Joe and Jane": A multi-cam sitcom centered on an author, Joe (Will Greenberg) who is torn between his clingy wife Jane (Sally Pressman) and his best friend and writing partner, Joe (Dave Annable). The series, from "The Office" and "Just Shoot Me" writers Joe Port and Joe Wiseman, also starred Larry Wilmore,

"Drop Off" (aka The Gates): Described as "an adult ensemble comedy set at the front gates of an elementary school drop-off," the show revolved around the parents and school staff, and their "social minefield" when picking
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