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Was Jane Jetson a Child Bride?

A viral tweet about the 1960s TV show The Jetsons recently brought up a troubling question. Was Jane Jetson a child bride? The answer: Not quite. But it’s easy to see why people might be outraged.Read more...
Tags: Science, Cbs, Jetsons, 1960s, Jane Jetson, Hanna Barbera, Age Of Consent, The Jetsons, Classic Animation


Tom and Jerry and Scooby-Doo Films in the Works at Warner Bros.

Tom and Jerry and Scooby-Doo films in the works at Warner Bros. It looks like Warner Bros. is taking serious steps with its Warner Animation Group (WAG). According to a report by Variety, the studio has brought in top-tier talents Tim Story and Chris Columbus to guide Tom and Jerry and Scooby-Doo to the big screen. Oh, and it also has plans for Wile E. Coyote and The Jetsons. First up, Warner Bros. has reportedly tapped Tim Story (Fantastic Four, and 2019’s Shaft reboot) to direct a live-act...
Tags: Movies, Harry Potter, Lebron James, Warner Bros, Ryan Coogler, Chris Mckay, Samuel L Jackson, Garfield, Tim Story, Tom, Jerry, Coogler, ACME, Scooby Doo, Wile E. Coyote, Chris Columbus


New ‘Tom and Jerry’, ‘Scooby-Doo’ and ‘Flintstones’ Movies in the Works

Warner Bros. is going cartoon crazy as they set up a slew of animation-inspired movies. New Tom and Jerry, Scooby-Doo, Flintstones movies and more are currently in the works. The plan is for Warners to embrace their classic characters, with hopes of crafting animated features and live-action hybrids. Tim Story, director of Fantastic Four, is handling Tom and Jerry, while Harry Potter helmer Chris Columbus is producing Scooby-Doo. Hey kids, do you like classic cartoon characters? Would you li...
Tags: Movies, Animation, John Goodman, Harry Potter, Dc, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Scooby Doo, Tom, Variety, Jerry, WB, Chris Columbus, Warners, Family Films, Sausage Party


How close are we to living in ‘The Jetsons’? Checking in on our smart-home future

In 1962, the iconic cartoon The Jetsons gave Americans a tantalizing view of what life might be like technology-wise in the year 2062. We took a look at the gadgetry they envisioned for the home to see how far we’ve come. The post How close are we to living in ‘The Jetsons’? Checking in on our smart-home future appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Home Theater, Smart Home, Emerging Tech, Smart Home Technology, The Jetsons, Rosie the Robot, meet George Jetson


Smart-Kitchen Startups Give Cooks Digital Help Via Internet of Things

When it comes to connected homes, the hottest spot is located in your kitchen. The Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, and related technologies are being used to connect ovens, refrigerators, and other kitchen appliances to the Web. Feeling unsure about cooking that fish dish? Smart ovens can more accurately calibrate temperatures to avoid over-cooking. There’s even a robotics company in London called Moley that says it is developing an entire kitchen—complete with robotic arms—t...
Tags: Amazon, Startups, Apps, Y Combinator, Internet Of Things, London, Funding, Samsung, San Francisco, Trends, Investment, Analytics, Bbc, People, Vc, Artificial Intelligence


Warner Bros. Offers First Look at Flintstones’ Bedrock at Abu Dhabi Theme Park

Warner Bros. has unveiled two new immersive lands — The Flintstones’ Bedrock and Dynamite Gulch — for its Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi theme park. The company gave a first look at the two new areas Tuesday, a month after unveiling the Metropolis and Gotham City areas as part of the six zones of the […]
Tags: News, Gotham City, Warner Bros, Warner Bros World Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi Theme Park, The Flintstones, The Jetsons


Ewan McGregor Weighs In On the Possibility of an Obi-Wan Movie Once More

Ryan Coogler talks about where we find T’Challa going into Black Panther. ABC reveals a weird twist for its Jetsons reboot. Matt Reeves offers a tiny update on the progress of The Batman. Plus, a look at Mon-El’s new superhero getup on Supergirl, and hope for Agents of SHIELD’s future. Behold, spoilers!Read more...
Tags: Science, Abc, Agents Of Shield, Ryan Coogler, Ewan McGregor, Supergirl, Black Panther, Obi Wan Kenobi, Matt Reeves, Future Man, T'Challa, Star Trek Discovery, The Jetsons, The Greatest American Hero


ABC Offers Updates on ‘The Jetsons’ and ‘Greatest American Hero’ Revivals [TCA 2018]

Channing Dungey, President ABC Entertainment, spoke with reporters about the network’s upcoming pilot slate after her Television Critics Association executive session. One in development is a gender flipped Indian-American Greatest American Hero from Fresh off the Boat showrunner Nahnatchka Khan. “We’re actually developing a reboot of The Greatest American Hero that stars an Indian American woman,” Dungey said. “That comes to us from Nahnatchka Khan.” The original series, which ran from 1981...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Abc, Sci-fi, Disney, Fox, Robert Zemeckis, Television Critics Association, Zemeckis, Disney Fox, Comic Book/Superhero, ABC Entertainment, Dungey, Nahnatchka Khan, The-Jetsons


What's on the Ground in The Jetsons?

Who lives on the ground in the world of The Jetsons? Homeless people and walking birds. This isn’t a fan theory. This is canon. Fight me.Read more...
Tags: Science, Jetsons, The Jetsons


Gin Wong, LA Architect Who Inspired The Jetsons, Dies at 94

You may not know the name Gin D. Wong, but you definitely know his work. He’s responsible for some of the most iconic buildings in Los Angeles, including the Theme Building at the Los Angeles Airport (pictured above), and he even inspired the designers of the legendary 1962 animated TV show The Jetsons. Wong died on…Read more...
Tags: Science, Design, Los Angeles, Architecture, Obituaries, Wong, Los Angeles Airport, Googie, The Jetsons, Gin Wong


8 times that screen sci-fi successfully predicted the future

The world of sci-fi doesn't get every prediction about the future 100 percent right. But it doesn't do too badly either, as this list of 8 movie and TV predictions demonstrates. The post 8 times that screen sci-fi successfully predicted the future appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Star Trek, 2001 A Space Odyssey, Robocop, Minority Report, Emerging Tech, Movies & TV, Total Recall, Back to the Future Part II, The Jetsons, Wargames


8 times that movie and TV sci-fi got the future right

The world of sci-fi doesn't get every prediction about the future 100 percent right. But it doesn't do too badly either, as this list of 8 movie and TV predictions demonstrates. The post 8 times that movie and TV sci-fi got the future right appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Star Trek, 2001 A Space Odyssey, Robocop, Minority Report, Emerging Tech, Movies & TV, Total Recall, Back to the Future Part II, The Jetsons, Wargames


This is the Perfect Time to Bring Back ‘The Jetsons’ (And Here’s How They Should Do It)

After years of development for the big screen and the small screen, Hanna-Barbera’s futuristic cartoon The Jetsons will be reborn on ABC as a live-actino multi-camera comedy. Robert Zemeckis and Jack Rapke will act as executive producers, and Gary Janetti, whose writing and producing credits include Family Guy and Will and Grace, will also executive produce and write the show. While there aren’t many other details out, the news is yet another chapter in Warner Bros. saga to bring The Jetsons ba...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, Abc, Sci-fi, America, Features, Kanye West, Warner Bros, Jet, Robert Zemeckis, Frankie Valli, Steven Spielberg, Jetsons, Grace, Judy


‘The Jetsons’ live-action reboot from Robert Zemeckis in the works at ABC

The Jetsons are coming back, and this time, they'll be more three-dimensional. ABC has a live-action reboot in the works, with Back to the Future director Robert Zemeckis executive producing. The post ‘The Jetsons’ live-action reboot from Robert Zemeckis in the works at ABC appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Abc, Trends, Robert Zemeckis, Live Action, Reboots, Movies & TV, The Jetsons


Live-Action ‘The Jetsons’ Pilot Officially Ordered at ABC [Updated]

Update: Variety reports that ABC has officially ordered a live-action The Jetsons pilot. Robert Zemeckis is still set to executive produce. Our original story follows below. *** Discussions about a live-action movie based on Hanna-Barbera’s 1960s cartoon, The Jetsons, began in the 1990s. Most recently, an animated version at Warner Bros. picked up some momentum with the hiring of Sausage Party co-director, Conrad Vernon. While The Jetsons may finally hit the big screen (again) in the coming yea...
Tags: Television, Movies, Abc, Sci-fi, Kanye West, Steve Carell, Warner Bros, Robert-Zemeckis, Robert Rodriguez, Jetsons, Sin City, Zemeckis, George Jetson, Warner Bros TV, Hanna Barbera, Sausage Party


ABC Has Given the Green Light to a Live-Action Jetsons Pilot

ABC has given the green light to a live-action Jetsons pilot ABC has given the green light to a live-action Jetsons pilot, according to Variety. Gary Janetti (Family Guy, Will & Grace) will write and executive produce the multi-cam sitcom which, like its animated source, will be set 100 years from now (the original series was produced in 1962 and set in 2062). Warner Bros. Television is developing the live-action Jetsons pilot. Back to the Future and Who Framed Roger Rabbit filmmaker Robert Z...
Tags: TV, Movies, Abc, TV News, Robert Zemeckis, Robert Rodriguez, Jetsons, Warner Bros Pictures, WBTV, Dolittle, George Jetson, Mel Blanc, Roger Rabbit, Hanna Barbera, William Hanna, Adam Shankman


‘Jetsons’ Live Action Series Lands Put Pilot Order at ABC

A “Jetsons” live action series has scored a put pilot order at ABC, Variety has learned. Based on the classic Hanna-Barbera cartoon, the series would be a multi-cam sitcom set 100 years in the future that follows the exploits of the Jetson family. Robert Zemeckis will executive produce along with Jack Rapke via their Compari Entertainment... Read more »
Tags: TV, News, Abc, Robert Zemeckis, Jetson, ABC Variety, Hanna Barbera, The Jetsons, Jack Rapke


Captain Marvel Will Have Another Marvel Character as a Co-Star

Robert Downey Jr. once again teases leaving the role of Tony Stark, that live-action Jetsons you always wanted gets a producer, and a picture of Deadpool, sans suit, for Deadpool 2. Plus, images from the Doctor Who Christmas special show more than one Doctor hanging around. Spoilers ahead!Read more...
Tags: Science, Robert Downey Jr, Doctor Who, Deadpool, Teen Wolf, Jessica Jones, Morning Spoilers, Tony Stark, Captain Marvel, Deadpool 2, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, Wynonna Earp, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3, Avengers Infinity War, War For The Planet Of The Apes, Atomic Blonde


Robert Zemeckis Executive Producing a Live-Action ‘Jetsons’ Series

Discussions about a live-action movie based on Hanna-Barbera’s 1960s cartoon, The Jetsons, began in the 1990s. Most recently, an animated version at Warner Bros. picked up some momentum with the hiring of Sausage Party co-director, Conrad Vernon. While The Jetsons may finally hit the big screen (again) in the coming years, they may return to television as well. Below, learn more about The Jetsons live-action series in the works. TV Line has learned Warner Bros. TV is developing the series. T...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Kanye West, Steve Carell, Warner Bros, Robert-Zemeckis, Robert Rodriguez, Jetsons, Sin City, Zemeckis, George Jetson, Warner Bros TV, Hanna Barbera, Sausage Party, Conrad Vernon


New Doctor Who Set Pictures Tease a Fateful Return

Another Spider-Man villain is confirmed for Homecoming. A new Jetsons TV show could be in the works. Rosario Dawson has already exited New Mutants. No one can get their story straight about Spider-Man’s role in Venom. Plus, a new clip from the next episode of Preacher, and behind the scenes on The Last Jedi. Spoilers…Read more...
Tags: Science, Spider Man, Automata, Preacher, Shadowhunters, The X Files, Morning Spoilers, Riverdale, Rosario Dawson, Venom, Timeless, Stitchers, New Mutants, Inhumans, Star Wars The Last Jedi, Spider Man Homecoming


Live-Action Jetsons TV Series in Development

Live-Action Jetsons TV series in development TVLine brings word that Warner Bros. Television is quietly developing a live-action Jetsons TV series. Gary Janetti (Family Guy, Will & Grace) has been hired to shepherd the multi-cam sitcom which, like its animated source, will be set 100 years from now (the original series was produced in 1962 and set in 2062). Back to the Future and Who Framed Roger Rabbit filmmaker Robert Zemeckis is also attached to executive produce the series alongside his p...
Tags: TV, Movies, Abc, TV News, Robert Zemeckis, Robert Rodriguez, Warner Bros Pictures, WBTV, Dolittle, George Jetson, Mel Blanc, Roger Rabbit, Hanna Barbera, William Hanna, Adam Shankman, TV Premiere Dates


‘The Jetsons’ Movie Now Being Developed by ‘Sausage Party’ Co-Director Conrad Vernon

A new big screen adaptation of The Jetsons has been in the works since before /Film even existed. Around the time the live-action adaptation of The Flintstones was released in the ’90s, there was chatter about giving the same treatment to The Jetsons. In the mid-to-late ’00s, Robert Rodriguez was attached to the project, but he seems to have fallen away in recent years in favor of a new animated adaptation of the classic cartoon instead. The last we heard anything about The Jetsons as a film pr...
Tags: Europe, Movies, Animation, Justin Lin, Madagascar, Robert Rodriguez, Warner Brothers, Hanna Barbera, TV To Film Adaptation, ` Sausage Party, Conrad Vernon, Matt Lieberman, The-Jetsons, Warner Bros Animation Group, Star Trek Beyond and Fast Five, George Judy Jane Elroy


‘Sausage Party’ and ‘Shrek 2’ director to bring ‘The Jetsons’ to the big screen

Warner Bros. has announced the appointment of Conrad Vernon, co-director of Shrek 2, Monsters vs. Aliens, and Sausage Party, to helm its upcoming animated movie based on The Jetsons. The post ‘Sausage Party’ and ‘Shrek 2’ director to bring ‘The Jetsons’ to the big screen appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Warner Bros, Movies & TV, ` Sausage Party, Conrad Vernon, The Jetsons


Mark Hamill Has a Big Issue With Luke Skywalker in The Last Jedi

Some very ominous news about The Last Jedi. The New Mutants movie is taking a surprising direction. The Doctor may change, but Doctor Who itself doesn’t appear to be going anywhere. Plus: A tease about the setting of the Wonder Woman sequel, hints about the monsters of Stranger Things’ second season, and more! Spoiler…Read more...
Tags: Star Wars, Science, Doctor Who, Arrow, Mark Hamill, Hannibal, Legends Of Tomorrow, Luke Skywalker, Shadowhunters, Morning Spoilers, Hotel Transylvania, Stranger Things, iZombie, Channel Zero, Stitchers, New Mutants


Animated ‘Jetsons’ Movie Lifting off With ‘Sausage Party’ Director

Warner Bros. has hired “Sausage Party” co-director Conrad Vernon to develop its animated feature “The Jetsons” with an eye to direct. Vernon’s credits include co-directing “Shrek 2,” “Monsters vs. Aliens” and “Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted,” in addition to the raunchy “Sausage Party” with Greg Tiernan. “Sausage Party” grossed $140 million worldwide on a $19... Read more »
Tags: Europe, News, Film, Warner Bros, Madagascar, Vernon, Sausage Party, Conrad Vernon, Greg Tiernan Sausage Party, The Jetsons


Animated ‘Jetsons’ Movie to Lift Off With ‘Sausage Party’ Director

Warner Bros. has hired “Sausage Party” co-director Conrad Vernon to develop its animated feature “The Jetsons” with an eye to direct. Vernon’s credits include co-directing “Shrek 2,” “Monsters vs. Aliens” and “Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted,” in addition to the raunchy “Sausage Party” with Greg Tiernan. “Sausage Party” grossed $140 million worldwide on a $19... Read more »
Tags: Europe, News, Film, Warner Bros, Madagascar, Vernon, Sausage Party, Conrad Vernon, Greg Tiernan Sausage Party, The Jetsons, Lift Off With ` Sausage Party


Boomerang Is Finally Making It Easier to Watch Classic Cartoons Like ‘Looney Tunes’ & More

When I was growing up in the ’90s, channels like Nickelodeon, The Disney Channel, and Cartoon Network were gaining popularity and figuring out exactly what they wanted to be in the rapidly expanding world of cable television. The result was plenty of experimental cartoons that maybe shouldn’t have been expressly for kids (such as Ren & Stimpy and Johnny Bravo), but that also meant that there were classic cartoons from decades past that were finding traction with the children of parents who grow...
Tags: Television, Movies, Time Warner, Disney, Animation, Dorothy, MGM, Warner Brothers, Scooby Doo, Boomerang, Looney Tunes, Frank Baum, Hanna Barbera, Johnny Bravo, Tom & Jerry, Ren Stimpy