Nickelodeon Gives the Go Ahead for SpongeBob Spin-off “The Patrick Star Show”
Nickelodeon has given the greenlight for The Patrick Star Show. It will tell the story of a young adult Patrick Star with his entire family and how he proceeds to host his own TV show. The 13-episodes series will debut this summer on Nickelodeon.
Fans of Spongebob will get to see another angle of the Sponge world through the eyes of Patrick Star. Bill Fagerbakke will be the voice actor for young Patrick Star, joined by Tom Wilson who will voice the role of his father and Cree Summer as his mother. Dana Snyder will play the role of his grandpa, GrandPat, and Jill Talley will voice the role of Squidina Star, his sister. SpongeBob old-timers such as Tom Kenny, Rodger Bumpass, Carolyn Lawrence, Mr. Lawrence and Clancy Brown will also join the show.
Zack Snyder’s “Justice League” Six Chapter Titles Revealed
The six chapters of Zack Snyder’s justice league have been unveiled and it will be a four-hour long ride.
The Six Chapters of Zack Snyder’s Justice League:
Chapter 1: Don’t Count on it Batman
Chapter 2: The Age of Heroes
Chapter 3: Beloved Mother, Beloved Son
Chapter 4: Change Machine
Chapter 5: All the King’s Horses
Chapter 6: Something Darker
The movie will premiere on March 18, 2021 on HBO Max. Let’s see what the DC heroes have in store for viewers in this highly anticipated #SnyderCut.
Kevin Hart’s “Fatherhood” is Set to be Released on Netflix
Kevin Hart’s Fatherhood is headed to Netflix and the movie will premiere on the aforementioned streaming service just before Father’s Day. The film was originally set up at Sony Pictures, however due to the ongoing pandemic, a licensing deal has been agreed between Sony and Netflix (excluding China).
The film is directed by Paul Weitz and is an adaptation of Matthew Longelin’s bestselling book. Fatherhood follows the story of a single father (Kevin Hart) who brings up his daughter alone after the unexpected demise of his wife at childbirth. Additional cast members include Alfre Woodard (Juanita), Lil Rel Howery (Get Out), DeWanda Wise (She’s Gotta Have It) and Anthony Carrigan (Barry). Kevin Hart will produce the film with Marty Bowen, David Beaubaire and Peter Kiernan.