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VIZ Media, LLC (VIZ Media), the largest distributor and licensor of anime and manga in North America, announces the latest NARUTO anime feature film to fans everywhere with the release of NARUTO SHIPPUDEN THE MOVIE: THE LOST TOWER on DVD and Blu-ray September 17th.

The DVD and Blu-ray editions each contain a bevy of extra features including a hilarious anime short, NARUTO AND THE THREE WISHES, as well as the original Japanese theatrical trailers. The Blu-ray edition also features a bonus production art gallery.

In NARUTO SHIPPUDEN THE MOVIE: THE LOST TOWER, the Rogue Ninja Mukade is about to be caught by Naruto's team when he summons forth the power of the LeyLine - an ancient underground channel of chakra. Naruto gets caught up in the chakra and is sent back in time to the city of Loran, known for its thousand towers. There he encounters the future Fourth Hokage, Minato Namikaze, on a top-secret mission, and the Queen of Loran, Sarah, whose rule is threatened by Mukade. Will Naruto be able to return to his own time, and can a chance encounter in the past save the future?

“Anime fans can take an amazing journey back in time as Naruto tries to save a noble Queen in NARUTO SHIPPUDEN THE MOVIE: THE LOST TOWER,” says Charlene Ingram, Senior Marketing Manager, Animation. “Don’t miss all of the action as Naruto takes on Mukade and meets the future Fourth Hokage in this exciting new feature film release!”


Doctor Who 50th anniversary schedule revealed by BBC

Matt Smith, David Tennant and John Hurt

The BBC has announced a raft of programmes to mark the 50th anniversary of the first episode of Doctor Who.

A 75-minute special episode called The Day Of The Doctor will star the soon-to-leave Matt Smith and David Tennant.

Smith said: "Hope you all enjoy. There's lots more coming your way."

Other highlights include a BBC Two lecture by Professor Brian Cox on the science behind the hit show and the drama An Adventure In Space and Time, written by Mark Gatiss.

The one-off programme stars David Bradley - known to millions for his role as Filch in the Harry Potter films - as William Hartnell, who played the first Doctor in 1963.

BBC Four will introduce new audiences to Hartnell, with a re-run of the first ever story. The four episodes are being shown in a restored format, not previously broadcast in the UK.

BBC Two's flagship arts programme The Culture Show is to present Me, You and Doctor Who, with lifelong fan Matthew Sweet exploring the cultural significance of the BBC's longest running TV drama.

A 90-minute documentary on BBC Radio 2 will ask "Who Is The Doctor?" - using newly-recorded interviews and exclusive archive material to find an answer.


Firefly is Returning as a Graphic Novel

Firefly has a huge cult following today, but what bewilders us at TGD is the Browncoat fanbase couldn’t keep the show alive when it was first on TV back in 2002, and the Browncoats weren’t there when it hit the big screen with Serenity either. 

Still, fans have been clamoring for a Firefly resurrection, but Joss Whedon’s going to be busy with Avengers 2 for the next two years. Whedon certainly hasn’t closed the door on going back to Firefly, he’s just not returning to it any time soon. Yet Firefly is apparently returning in the graphic novel form, which could be a great way to keep the saga going.

firefly returning as a graphic novel
As Giant Freakin Robot tells us about the upcoming graphic novel, the publishers are Dark Horse, and as the company said in a statement, “Joss Whedon’s beloved Firefly series and Serenity film’s lifespan may have been short-lived, but managed to produce one of the most dedicated fanbases in the history of modern science fiction. Dark Horse is proud to be able to keep Mal and his crew flying with new comics and products. Look for the hastag #WheresSerenity over the next few months on our Twitter, Facebook and Instagram pages for exclusive news on the future of the franchise at Dark Horse!”

‘How I Met Your Mother’ season 9 teaser trailer released

The final slap. The final high five. How I Met Your Mother season 9 is almost upon us, and CBS released the first trailer to build anticipation.

As the September 23 How I Met Your Mother final season premiere date draws closer, more and more information about the show is being released. From BuzzFeed’s in-depth article about Cristin Milioti and her portrayal of one of the most buzzed about characters in recent years, the Mother, to this trailer released by CBS that gives us tantalizingly small glimpses of the next season.


'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' takes on guns, timeshares and awards

Hilarious ensemble comedy “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” is launching a network. It is moving to FXX this Wednesday, September 4th, at 10:00, two days after the launch of the network FXX launches on Labor Day, September 2nd.

The series is an amazing story. Now into its ninth season, the hundredth episode of the show airs on October 9th and the network has greenlit a tenth season. This long running live action cable comedy that goofs on the hot button issues never fails to deliver. The 2nd season episode titled “Gun Fever Too: Still Hot,” takes on the issue of firearms in their patented over-the-top way. In the hands of showrunners/actors Rob McElhenney, Glenn Howerton and Charlie Day along with Danny DeVito and Kaitlin Olson, you're in for lots of laughs.


'How I Met Your Mother': Meet The Mother, Cristin Milioti, for the first time 


Through the years we’ve seen her umbrella, her apartment, and even her foot. But finally, in the last seconds of season 8, we came face-to-face with The Mother. EW has the first interview with the woman who landed the titular role on the CBS hit How I Met Your Mother: Cristin Milioti, a 28-year-old Cherry Hill, N.J., native and Tony-nominee for her role as “Girl” in the Broadway smash Once. We were on set when Milioti filmed her first scenes of the new season, premiering Sept. 23 at 8 p.m.
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