Pop culture is a never-ending world of updates, teases, trailers, and hopefully releases. What’s New Wednesday is Dorkaholics’ way to keep us all up to date with what’s new across comics, tv, film, games, and more! This week, the focus is on the “Barbie World” music video, the official trailer for Stephen Curry: Underrated, new posters for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem, and new series spinning out of The Devil’s Cut.
- Barbie: Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice “Barbie World” Music Video
The amount of pink in this music video makes me hope that Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice worked with the production of the Barbie movie to get full use out of all the pink paint they relied on which caused a global shortage of the paint color.
Barbie only in theaters and Barbie: The Album available everywhere July 21st, 2023.
- Stephen Curry: Underrated: Trailer and Key Art
The official trailer for Stephen Curry: Underrated has just dropped and it really encapsulates the determination and grit Curry had every step of the way to make it where he’s gotten to. His underdog story is one I certainly can get behind, and hopefully will resonate with others, basketball fans or otherwise. Catch the film in select theaters and globally on Apple TV+ on July 21, 2023.
Synopsis: Stephen Curry: Underrated is the remarkable coming-of-age story of one of the most influential, dynamic and unexpected players in the history of basketball. This feature documentary — blending intimate cinéma vérité, archival footage and on camera interviews — documents Curry’s rise from an undersized college player at a small town Division I college to a four-time NBA champion, building one of the most dominant sports dynasties in the world.
Stephen Curry: Underrated is directed by Peter Nicks. The film is produced by Peter Nicks and Ryan Coogler through Proximity Media, Erick Peyton through Curry’s Unanimous Media and Sean Havey, Ben Cotner and Marissa Torres Ericson. Sev Ohanian, Zinzi Coogler and Emily Osborne are executive producing.
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem: New Character Posters
Along with a new featurette highlighting the cast with narration by producer/writer Seth Rogen with director/writer Jeff Lowe, new posters for the characters are now available. It’s clear that the future of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise is in the good hands of longtime fans who have an appreciation for the classic lore but also a willingness to adapt and modernize for today’s audiences.
Catch Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem in theaters August 2, 2023.
- The Devil’s Cut: 8 Stories Continuing on as Series
DSTLRY has announced that 8 of the 11 short stories in The Devil’s Cut will be continuing on as full series in the fall of 2023 and throughout 2024, following the anthology’s release on August 30, 2023.
The series spinning out will have completely new material that is set in the original universes introduced in the 88 pages of The Devil’s Cut.
The eight stories from The Devil’s Cut that will be expanded into full DSTLRY series include:
- “Spectregraph” by James Tynion IV, Christian Ward, and Aditya Bidikar
- “Shepherd” by Marc Bernardin, Ariela Kristantina, Lee Loughridge, and Bernardo Brice
- “8 Rules to Make It Out in One Piece” by Elsa Charretier, PK Colinet, Nick Filardi, and Clayton Cowles
- “A Blessed Day” by Mirka Andolfo, Fabio Amelia, Arancia Studio, and Steve Orlando
- “The Stowaway” by Jock
- “Deleted Scene, #2” by Brian Azzarello, Eduardo Risso, and Jared K. Fletcher
- “White Boat” by Scott Snyder, Francesco Francavilla, Andworld Design, and Tyler Jennes
- “What Blighted Flame Burns in Thee?” by Becky Cloonan, Tula Lotay, and Richard Starkings
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