Comic-Con @Home will feature panels, movie screenings, and more. Here’s a look at the highlights, including a comic series based on the Winchester Mystery House and a screening of Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow.
Disney is sticking to its July 30 theatrical release date for Jungle Cruise, but in keeping with some of the company’s other recent releases, the film will also be available that same day on Disney+ Premier Access.
The actor expects to produce spin-offs for movies, TV, and perhaps other media. Meanwhile, Netflix greenlights an Enola Holmes sequel and plans a new series about a young Sherlock Holmes.
Ofeibea Loveless and Yasuke Wolverhampton of Airship Ashanti hosted a panel on “Steampunk in Anime” as part of AfrOkon, a virtual Blerd convention on Zoom. They discussed anime favorites such as Steamboy, Drifting Dragons, Samurai 7, and Castle in the Sky.
Mike Mignola: Drawing Monsters will feature interviews with comic book artist along with other entertainment industry luminaries, including author Neil Gaiman, actor Doug Jones, and film director Guillermo Del Toro. It’s slated for release in April 2022.
The holidays will arrive early for steampunk fans as Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey is set to premiere Nov. 13 on Netflix. It stars Forest Whitaker as a Victorian-era toymaker and Keegan-Michael Key as a villainous former apprentice.
If steampunks have an official holiday, it’s undoubtedly Halloween. And now a website in the UK has used the power of science to determine the scariest movies ever made.
Yoshimoto Kogyo has released a trailer for Poupelle of Chimney Town, an anime film based on a popular illustrated book by Akihiro Nishino.
Our Time Machine, a documentary about a steampunk-inspired theatrical production in Shanghai, is now available for streaming in North America.
Percy & Reggie and the Great Parisian Air Exposition will debut at the Ineluctable, Ultra-Telegraphic Virtual Brass Screw online festival. The short comedic steampunk film was shot this year in Portland, Oregon.