News – EN – Invincible, the animated series based on Robert Kirkman and Cory Walker


Amazon Prime Video will broadcast from March 26 the first episodes of Invincible, a brand new animated series inspired by Robert’s comics Kirkman and Cory Walker A new trailer, more fleshed out, has been unveiled by the broadcaster


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The animated adaptation of the Invincible comic has been entrusted to Simon Racioppa, who oversees the series Steven Yeun, actor who was found in the adaptation of The Walking Dead (comic book series by Robert Kirkman), is at the head of the cast, alongside JK Simmons, Sandra Oh and Seth Rogen, including

Amazon Prime will start airing on March 26, so with three first episodes, then a new one every week until April 30.

After discovering his father is the most powerful superhero in the world, a teenager also develops powers and decides to follow in his father’s footsteps

Tessa and Hardin are back in a new episode of the After in Cinema saga, directed by Castille Landon and whose broadcast date, or theatrical release, is not yet known The feature film remains inspired by the books of Anna Todd, in particular After We Fell

02/19/2021, 11:52

Zack Snyder’s version of the Justice League movie is finally looming, with a total running time of 4 hours, all the same The HBO Max platform has reserved the broadcasting of this long-awaited feature film, which should make people forget the semi-failure of the cinema version, directed by Snyder, but especially by Joss Whedon

02/18/2021, 12:04 PM

Since February 14, the Starzplay service offers the mini-series Little Birds, originally broadcast by the British channel Sky Atlantic In 6 episodes, it offers a free adaptation of Anaïs Nin’s erotic stories

02/17/2021, 13:01

Author of the original short story, Lev Grossman signed the screenplay for the film, The Map of Tiny Perfect Things The feature film, broadcast from February 12 on Amazon Prime Video, is directed by Ian Samuels and brings together Kyle Allen, Kathryn Newton and Josh Hamilton

02/16/2021, 14:36

Jennifer Garner, Edgar Ramírez but also Jenna Ortega find themselves starring in a new Netflix film, Yes Day, in which parents accept all their children’s requests, without exception The adaptation of the book by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Tom Lichtenheld will be broadcast from March 12 on the platform

02/12/2021, 15:23

Airing from March 3 on Netflix, Moxie is the adaptation of the homonymous book by Jennifer Mathieu, directed by Amy Poehler In the cast of the feature film, Josephine Langford, Patrick Schwarzenegger or Ike Barinholtz And the director herself

02/09/2021, 17:32

Known as a screenwriter in the world of comics, Fabien Nury also directed, in 2017, episodes of the Guyana series, which he created He does it again with Paris Police 1900 which, as its title suggests, offers an immersion in the world of the police forces of the capital, at the beginning of the 20th century.

02/08/2021, 15:27

After Split and Glass, the American director M Night Shyamalan is back with Old, the adaptation of a comic book by Pierre Oscar Lévy and Frederik Peeters, Château de Sable (Atrabile) On the occasion of the American Super Bowl, some images were broadcast

02/08/2021, 14:42

Marvel and Disney couldn’t miss the Super Bowl, one of the most watched sporting events in the United States The two studios therefore took the opportunity to broadcast new images of a Marvel series intended for Disney, Falcon and the Winter Soldier.

02/08/2021, 09:38

Directed by Barry Jenkins, multi-award winning director for Moonlight, the series is expected to be available on Amazon Prime in the coming weeks To be patient, Jenkins offers a rather peculiar trailer…

01/28/2021, 15:19

The distributor Carlotta Films will release on January 27, on DVD and Blu-Ray, The House of Death by James Whale, director of the 1931 film based on Frankenstein by Mary Shelley A feature film adapted this time from the novel Dans la nuit de JB Priestley (1928, translated into French by Claire-Eliane Engel at Excelsior editions)

01/27/2021, 15:51

Invincible, a superheroic comic book by Robert Kirkman, creator of The Walking Dead, and drawn by Cory Walker and Ryan Ottley, will soon become an animated series on Amazon Prime Video Some first images have been unveiled

25/01/2021, 10:38

The series Les amours de Lara Jean, by Jenny Han, is back on Netflix with a third film, adapted from her novel Forever and forever, translated into French by Mathilde Roger and published by Panini Books editions

01/22/2021, 15:48

Anthony and Joe Russo gave the Marvel Universe time to shoot Cherry, a movie for the Apple TV broadcast service However, they meet again on this occasion Tom Holland, who plays the protagonist of this film adapted from the book by Nico Walker, published in France by EquinoX – Les Arènes in a translation by Nicolas Richard

01/19/2021, 14:44

Season 2 of the Snowpiercer series, in 10 episodes, is announced on the Netflix platform, with a broadcast from January 26 In the cast, Jennifer Connelly, winner at the Oscars, and Daveed Diggs, winner at the Tony Awards, always, but also a certain Sean Bean

01/15/2021, 15:21

From January 22, 2021, magic, monsters and mastery of powers will be on the agenda for a new Netflix series, Destiny: The Winx Saga In the casting of this series of Brian Young and Iginio Straffi, Abigail F Cowen, Hannah van der Westhuysen or even Precious Mustapha

01/14/2021, 11:49

If theaters and other theaters are at a standstill, this is no reason to abandon the discoveries in this area In 2020, playwright Tünde Deak signed an adaptation of Winsor McCay’s famous comic strip, Little Nemo, to make it a show for young audiences directed by Émilie Capliez.

01/13/2021, 15:19

La Vie de Château, a novel by Clémence Madeleine-Perdrillat and Nathaniel H’Limi, will be in bookstores on February 3, supported by L’École des loisirs editions From February 24, the story of Violette and her uncle Régis will also be on the screens, with an adaptation also signed by the authors

01/13/2021, 14:52

Netflix will broadcast Penguin Bloom, a film directed by Glendyn Ivin, with Naomi Watts and Andrew Lincoln at the helm of the cast on January 27 A true story originally told in a book by Cameron Bloom and Bradley Trevor Greive

01/12/2021, 12:15

Fantastic Carrie Bradshaw, portrayed by Sarah Jessica Parker, will put on her stiletto heels HBO Announces Return of Sex in the City Series – Originally Based on Candace Bushnell’s Books A franchise of characters that she has never stopped following: in 2008, she revealed the release of Carrie’s diary, when she was a teenager

01/12/2021, 10:18

The British group Sky decidedly bet on the author Roald Dahl: before To Olivia, a film dedicated to the mourning of the author and his wife Patricia Neal after the disappearance of their eldest daughter, he produced Roald and Beatrix: The Tail of the Curious Mouse

01/11/2021, 10:53

Small dungeon, Martin Scorsese has kept a secret a documentary he created with one of his great friends, the American author and actress Fran Lebowitz, for the Netflix platform Pretend It’s a City will air on January 8

01/05/2021, 15:15

In France, the video on demand platform Wakanim will broadcast the animated adaptation of Otherside Picnic, based on light novels by Iori Miyazawa and shirakaba, published in original version by Hayakawa Prepare for the world

01/05/2021, 11:05

The British group Sky announces the feature film To Olivia, which should be released in theaters across the Channel next February This one centers on a famous literary figure, Roald Dahl, and his wife, American actress Patricia Neal. And explore a terrible tragedy

01/04/2021, 16:11

The Stand, or Le Fléau in French, is the last series adapted from a book by Stephen King: in France, it will be broadcast from January 3, 2021 by Starzplay The French translation of the novel, in two parts, is available in the Livre de Poche, signed by Jean-Pierre Quijano

12/24/2020, 11:07

American Gods, the series created by Bryan Fuller and Michael Green and inspired by the novel by Neil Gaiman (translated by Michel Pagel and published by Au diable vauvert in France), continues its life on Amazon Prime Video A new trailer gives a preview of the third season

12/23/2020, 11:51

Inspired by the homonymous book by Aravind Adiga, published in France by Buchet / Chastel editions in 2008 in a translation by Annick Le Goyat, Le Tigre blanc will be broadcast on the Netflix platform from January 22, 2021 A trailer gives a preview of the result

12/22/2020, 15:49

To renew the Marvel audiovisual universe somewhat, Disney will take advantage of its streaming platform to highlight characters less seen on screen, until now In the sequel to Avengers: Endgame, Falcon and the Winter Soldier, as its title suggests, features a shocking duo

12/18/2020, 4:47 PM

Fans will be at their expense: HBO is playing with their (im) patience, by confirming the release of the Game of Thrones spinoff series, House of the Dragon, in 2022 A video confirms the year, which is already a good thing, but does not give much more to eat

12/18/2020, 10:01

Thor’s incorrigible half-brother, Loki will be entitled to his own adventures, in a series broadcast by the video on demand platform Disney It is part of the first wave of Marvel / Disney audiovisual productions, intended to promote Disney while extending the cinematographic universe of the House of Ideas.

12/17/2020, 4:47 PM

Of all the upcoming projects at Marvel / Disney, What If? is one of the most curious First, because it is an animated series, with a substantial budget, intended for the Disney platform She also proposes to reinvent the Marvel universe, by imagining things differently.

12/17/2020, 12:08

Both eagerly awaited and quite dreaded by fans, the series The Watch, produced by BBC Studios and Narrativia, is revealed a little more in a new trailer To see a little more, fans will now have to wait for the broadcast, at the start of 2021.

12/15/2020, 2:55 PM

The horror series Sweet Home, due on December 18 on Netflix, should give viewers a few nightmares at the end of the year Created by Lee Eung-bok, Hong So-ri, Jang Young-woo, Kim Hyeong-min, Park So-hyeon and Park So-jeong, this series is an adaptation of a South Korean comic published on the internet

12/10/2020, 11:58

Michele Manzolini and Federico Ferrone used the diaries of several Italian soldiers during World War II for their documentary Il Varco Among these documents, the diaries of Mario Rigoni Stern

08/12/2020, 15:28

Netflix has unveiled the first images of The Dig, a film preceded by a high-profile cast: Carey Mulligan, Ralph Fiennes, Lily James, Johnny Flynn, Ben Chaplin and Ken Scott, to name a few The Dig, available on January 29 on the platform, is adapted from a book by John Preston

12/08/2020, 11:40 AM

On January 6, 2021 will be released in cinemas the film Passion simple, by Danielle Arbid, an adaptation of a novel by Annie Ernaux published in 1992 by Gallimard editions With, on screen, Laetitia Dosch, Sergei Polunin and Lou-Teymour Thion, for a French, Belgian and Lebanese production

12/07/2020, 12:17

Animator and artist using all the possibilities of computers, Irishman Glenn Marshall has developed an automated solution to illustrate poems It emerges from verses, read and interpreted by the machine, strange visualizations and animations, bordering on hallucination or experimental work. And, to top it off, a digitally recreated Christopher Lee declaims the lyrics

02/17/2021, 4:49 PM

In the Lot department, the Inter-municipal Library of Gourdon announces that it is working with ghosts And more particularly ghost books… Ghost in the shelves, in short And it’s up to the readers to meet these ghostly books, so that they don’t fall into oblivion

02/10/2021, 16:05

The realization was well worth a reward: they are fifty designers to have worked for three years to achieve this reproduction directly inspired by the Lord of the Rings It’s hard to imagine if Tolkien would have found his Hobbits there, but the Guinness World Records did not hesitate With 150 million Lego bricks, this construction is worth a look – literally, it spans nearly 190 m2 …

01/30/2021, 11:46

Theorized by British-Canadian artist Brion Gysin in the early 1960s, popularized by his friend William S Burroughs, cut-up writing was the most effective poetic weapon of writers of the day, in contested contexts or not Singer Bob Dylan even adopted it for several of his albums, and the 1965 documentary Don’t Look Back attests to it.

01/29/2021, 14:38

More than 1000 hours of video from the American documentary series American Masters, broadcast by the PBS channel, are now available online, and include transcripts Rare interviews, with notable personalities of American culture and more widely English-speaking, with, in particular, Maya Angelou, Patti Smith, David Bowie, Sidney Lumet or Norman Mailer

01/26/2021, 12:31

At this price, you’ll have to type one or two of the bestsellers to make sure you get back on track Even, sign great pocket sessions But writers aren’t the only ones affected Indeed, teleworking obliges, the solutions to work at home become necessary: ​​no question of remaining lying on the bottom of the bed, a pillow wedged behind the lower back, with the wall in support…

01/23/2021, 11:26

Regina King directed for Amazon Prime Video One Night in Miami, an adaptation of the Kemp Powers play The film features a fictional encounter between Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali, Jim Brown and Sam Cooke, all fighting against segregation

01/21/2021, 4:43 PM

At 22, Amanda Gorman is the youngest poet to ever recite a poem during a presidential inauguration In her text The Hill We Climb, she calls for unity and solidarity, while recalling the trials to come: “When the day comes, we wonder where to find the light, in this endless grayness? “

01/21/2021, 10:55 AM

A Studio Ghibli film rarely leaves you indifferent, and one usually wonders how the film crew managed to achieve such a result A video uploaded by the specialized site IAMAG shows the creation of a rural background by Kazuo Oga, an artist from studio Ghibli

01/19/2021, 14:22

Finnish artist Juho Könkkölä took the art of origami to its limits Forget the cranes and other frogs, Könkkölä realizes real figurines, some nearly thirty centimeters for some, by making sure to use only one sheet of paper

01/18/2021, 15:11

Is there a happier sight than the complete restoration of a book, from the pages to the cover to the binding? Not sure Several years ago, the Japanese show Shuri, Bakaseru (Fascinating craftsman) invited itself to Nobuo Okano’s studio in Tokyo to show him at work, on an old dictionary marked by use and time

01/15/2021, 13:15

Against a background of black and white production, using almost all the codes of silent cinema films, Saran’s media library has just produced a short film “At the start of the year, Saran’s media library is making its mark! Discover a day with the librarians in the short film The Librarian, “says the property

01/10/2021, 19:29

The City of Angoulême comics offers a detailed tutorial to make your own pop-up greeting card The latter is inspired by the work of Calvo, famous comic book author, known for his anthropomorphic animals and The beast is dead !, on World War II.

12/24/2020, 11:47

The Maison de la Poésie, like other cultural places, had to deal with the pandemic in this year 2020 But that did not put a stop to the eclectic and removed program of the establishment: on November 6, Blanche Gardin and Pascal Sangla thus performed behind closed doors, for a show around the work of Fabcaro

12/21/2020, 2:26 PM

We are in France, in January 2023 Despite the sanitary measures, the safety distances or the wearing of a mask, the places of culture are again closed. The same goes for bars and restaurants The pandemic did not go smoothly, and in these first days of the new year, the 13th lockdown is in place

12/21/2020, 09:33

If Iceland is known for its geothermal energy and beautiful landscapes, it also offers an extremely rich literary culture Island of contrasts, as impressive as it is inspiring, the Land of Ice has always been a fertile ground for the imagination and creativity of Icelanders In addition to being the country where we read the most in the world, it is also the country where we have the most writers, in proportion to its population! Today, Icelandic authors take the floor and tell us about the importance of literature to its people

12/17/2020, 13:12

1971 The New York art scene discovers an unknown name on the program of a poetic show organized in Saint Mark’s Church: Patti Smith Accompanied by guitarist Lenny Kaye, she then takes her first steps on stage, for a public reading

12/15/2020, 6:13 PM

Social networks have invested our lives and monopolized our access to content Beyond criticism, they also offer an opportunity to create and access content adapted to audiences’ consumption patterns, but also to build a community.

11/21/2020, 10:38

After having been considered for years as the poor relation of the visual arts, comics finally acquired their letters of nobility in the French-speaking world, to the point of being used as a tool for mediation and knowledge transfer But how do you use it properly, without betraying the artistic intention? How can you create an experience that is both fun and immersive, but also a guarantee of learning?

11/19/2020, 08:59

French-speaking comics are struggling to find digital means of expression that are relevant to their audiences For the moment, few formats have found favor in the eyes of the public, apart from audio or animated formats. But adapting a comic book into an audio book, an animated film, or whatever, has its share of challenges …

11/16/2020, 15:03

With Machines à Bulles, the literary magazine Actualitté, the Publishing Lab and the Consulate General of France in Quebec are offering you a month of November under the sign of digital comics 4 panels, 2 conferences and a surprise audio series to go further: so many high-caliber meetings to immerse yourself in the renewal of the 9th art

11/13/2020, 15:57

Last guest of the literary season organized by the Librest and LaLibrairie network of bookstorescom, Thomas Flahaut publishes his first latest novel with Éditions de l’Olivier

09/28/2020, 10:46

Here is the literary season well underway, and the booksellers of the Librest and LaLibrairie networkcom relieved Among the 12 authors selected for their selection, several are already on the price lists and meet their audience Today, Camille Laurens presents Fille, her latest novel, planned before confinement and postponed

09/26/2020, 12:19

As part of the literary season, the Librest and LaLibrairie networkcom have organized a dozen meetings with writers 12 authors, 12 novels, to cover all fields of novelty, carefully selected by bookstores

09/25/2020, 10:16 AM

The literary re-entry designed by the booksellers of the Librest network with LaLibrairiecom continues, with a gentle guest With The Heavenly Child, published by Éditions de l’Observatoire, Maud Simonot plunges us into the dreams and adventures of childhood

23/09/2020, 13:25

09/22/2020, 10:55

Winner of the first edition of the Orange Book Prize in Africa, Djaili Amadou Amal continues the literary comeback of Librest and LaLibrairiecom Her novel, published by Emmanuelle Collas, talks about the condition of women in the Sahel Unmissable in this return

09/21/2020, 09:35

The daring and meticulous bet: inviting twelve back-to-school authors for a series of interviews, so that they can present their work Librest and LaLibrairiecom have made their choice, and in partnership with ActuaLitté, offers you every day to find a new writer

09/19/2020, 09:47

The days go by, but certainly not the same: for the booksellers of the Librest network, and LaLibrairiecom, the literary re-entry involves a selection of 12 authors, for their youth, their work, their voice In partnership with ActuaLitté, these video interviews are broadcast daily

09/18/2020, 11:00

Author of the highly noticed, and remarkable, Sucre noir at Payot-Rivages in 2017, Miguel Bonnefoy is the guest of the literary re-entry concocted by Librest and LaLibrairiecom This year he presents a new novel, Heritage, which delves into the roots of a family established in Santiago de Chile since the end of the 19th century.

09/17/2020, 09:53

The 2020 literary school year continues and as Librest and LaLibrairiecom unveil the 12 featured authors Twelve novelists and novelists whose works have been specially selected by the booksellers of the network Today, Emmanuel Ruben comes to talk about Saber

09/16/2020, 09:29

To support the literary re-entry, the Librest network bookstores have selected twelve authors to present their novel Welcomed by Simon Gémon from Atout Livre (Paris, 12th century), Julia Kerninon is now playing the game Her book, Liv Maria, was published by The Iconoclast

09/15/2020, 09:18

For this literary season 2020, the bookstores of the Librest and LaLibrairie networkcom have invited a dozen authors from all walks of life Interviewed by the booksellers themselves, here they are gathered around their novel Lola Lafon is the first to respond to this invitation, in partnership with ActuaLitté

09/14/2020, 09:39

Continuing his foray, which will inevitably lead him to dementia, manga artist Gou Tanabe is about to go out to Ki-oon’s Call of Cthulhu This new section of Lovecrat’s works is part of previous works – The Color Fallen from the Sky, The Hallucinated Mountains or In the Abyss of Time, dedicated by a Fauve to Angoulême

09/12/2020, 10:14

The French neighbors who have not had the good fortune to discover Yann Marguet, Swiss humorist, will not waste their day Firstly because his column Les Nettles (Color 3, on the RTS) is a fondant less expensive than a bar of dark chocolate, and significantly less caloric than a nun once the fondue is completed.

09/10/2020, 14:58

Since its release at the end of August, as part of Operation DC FanDome, the trailer for the upcoming Batman film has broken release and viewing records Matt Reeves is under the pressure, as is Robert Pattinson, who plays a particularly tortured Dark Knight

09/02/2020, 07:38

Invincible, Amazon Prime Video, Robert Kirkman, The Walking Dead, traditionally animated film

News – EN – Invincible, the animated series after Robert Kirkman and Cory Walker