Well, they had to be running away from something, right? Hot on the heels of casting its leads, Marvel’s Hulu Runaways prepares to embarrass them all with a cast full of “Pride”-ful parents, including Buffy breakout James Marsters, 24 and Alias alum, and a whole host of others.
Just as Marvel’s Freeform Cloak and Dagger is starting to unfurl, so too are Marvel’s Hulu Runaways ready to hit the pavement. The full cast for the new series has been announced, along with their familiar comic designations.
We don’t yet know if Marvel’s Hulu Runaways series will follow suit with a place in the larger MCU, but there might be at least one familiar voice behind the long-awaited adaptation. Following the initial announcement, one of Marvel’s Netflix Iron Fist writers has confirmed their involvement with Runaways.
This week, as I occasionally do, I'm shifting focus to a project that's actually happening. The Runaways are getting TV series on Hulu, with a full series order and the involvement of Gossip Girl creators Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage. So obviously we've been thinking about the original book, and who should play those roles.
Just when you thought Netflix the new premiere destination for Marvel’s TV branch, Hulu snags a few Runaways. Six, to be exact, as the long-gestating Marvel property has a full series order for the streaming service from Gossip Girl creators Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage.
It’s easy to take the streaming availability of network shows for granted, whether Hulu’s ability to screen most-episodes next day, or Netflix’s new season availability ahead of premieres, but CW viewers in particular are in for good news and bad. CW shows will become available on Netflix much, much faster, but at the cost of their Hulu availability.
One part Venture Bros. and one part The Incredibles, Saturday Night Live alum and soon-to-be Late Night host Seth Meyers, along with co-creator Mike Shoemaker, debuted their new animated superhero sitcom, The Awesomes, on Hulu today, and you can watch both parts of the pilot episode right here!
If you haven't had a chance to catch Grant Morrison: Talking With Gods documentary since its October debut, you can now peer into the iconic creator's shamanic approach to crafting comics via Hulu. The 80-minute feature produced by Respect Films and Sequart contains one-on-one interviews with Morrison, along with the prolific talent he's worked alongside and inspired throughout his roughly 30 year
Anime and manga fans will be seeing a lot more of Tokyopop on Hulu starting this summer. The manga publisher's "Spring & Chaos" anime, the live-action "Van Von Hunter," reality show "America's Greatest Otaku," plus a batch of manga motion comics (motion manga?) a...