Shane McMahon Confirms First Ever Women’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match On WWE Smackdown Live

There were rumors going around that WWE was planning the first ever women’s Money in the Bank ladder match for the eponymous WWE PPV in June. Tonight on Smackdown Live, following a brawl between Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, Carmella, Tamina Snuka, and Natalya, Commissioner Shane McMahon confirmed the rumor and made the match official! Becky Lynch, Charlotte, Carmella, Tamina, and Natalya will all be competing in the first ever Women’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match on Sunday, June 18, 2017 at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri and air on the WWE Network!

Source: Shane McMahon Confirms First Ever Women’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match On WWE Smackdown Live


Here Comes The Animaniacs…..Again!

So who has gotten the ANIMANIACS theme song stuck in their head since hearing this news?

IndieWire reports an Animaniacs reboot is in the early phases of development over at Amblin TV and Warner Bros., with Steven Spielberg producing. The show has enjoyed a fresh wave of success after making its debut on Netflix, so it’s not much of a surprise to hear it could be getting a new lease on life. The show featured enduring characters such as Pinky and the Brain, and is one of those rare shows to crossover and appeal to kids and young adults — so you’d imagine there’s even more of a market for it in today’s nostalgia-fest.

There’s no word on where the new version could air, but it stands to reason a lot of networks would be interested. Not to mention Netflix, which is reaping the benefits of the original run right now.


Source: The Warner Brothers – and sister Dot – are coming back in Animaniacs reboot!

Rest In Peace PS3 

You knew one day it would come. Somewhere down the road once the PS4 was no longer an unproven system and Sony was well into creating a new catalog, the previous system would finally cease to be. Today is that day as the PS3 has officially stopped production in Japan.

The announcement was made on the Japanese PlayStation site saying that no new units will be manufactured, so any currently being made in the United States will soon follow. Sony said it would support the console for ten years as it was being released back in 2006, and it appears they kept that promise, despite the Xbox 360 (it’s leading competitor at the time) stopped being made back in April 2016. The system has sold over 80 million units to date and remains one of the most popular gaming systems ever made, even though it can’t compare in numbers to the total sold for the PS2 (155 million) in its heyday.

Source: Sony Ends PS3 Production In Japan

Mel Brooks In Talks With MGM For Spaceballs 2: The Search For More Money

If there’s one thing that’s truer now in this world than it was even in 1987, when the original Spaceballs hit theaters, it’s this: we’re surrounded by ***holes. So, perhaps, it’s fitting that MGM is in talks with Mel Brooks to finally bring the long-awaited sequel, Spaceballs 2: The Search For More Money , to theaters.

Source: Mel Brooks In Talks With MGM For Spaceballs 2: The Search For More Money

Jim Henson’s Dream Project Returns!


It’s finally time to return to the planet Thra! The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, a prequel series to Jim Henson’s 1982 The Dark Crystal, has landed at Netflix. According to Deadline, Netflix has ordered a 10-episode series of the fantasy adventure which is set to take place years before the events of the film.


Now You See Me (2013) and The Incredible Hulk (2008) director Louis Leterrier will executive produce the series and direct, the site reports. “The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance will combine the art of puppetry perfected by the Jim Henson Company, with Louis’ vision, powerful storytelling and a mix of cutting-edge digital imagery and visual effects,” Cindy Holland, VP Original Content at Netflix, shared. “I can’t wait for families around the world to see how we bring these unique characters to life.” No release date has been revealed for the series at the time. Watch the amazing trailer that shows a behind the scene look down below, Movie Geeks!

Seth Macfarlane In Space!


Fox just announced it’s 2017 lineup, and if you’re a sci-fi nerd, you’ll get a kick out of this! Seth MacFarlane and director Jon Favreau’s new television series, The Orville, is a different take on the sci-fi genre with comparisons being made to a classic sci-fi film, Galaxy Quest (1999). The Orville is heavily parodying Star Trek and other famous sci-fi films. No information is known at this time about the release date, however, Fox did release a trailer to the intergalactic show, so enjoy Movie Geeks!

It’s On! Dwayne Johnson’s Black Adam And Henry Cavill’s Superman To Go Toe To Toe On The Big Screen

While out on the press tour for his upcoming Baywatch movie, Dwayne Johnson opened up about his upcoming stint as DC villain Black Adam. There’s been talk about Johnson in the role for years – we’d written about it back in ’14, but now he’s opened up about what DC and he might have in store: It’s definitely going to happen, sure.

Source: It’s On! Dwayne Johnson’s Black Adam And Henry Cavill’s Superman To Go Toe To Toe On The Big Screen