If YouTube’s Karate Kid sequel seemed surprisingly up to snuff, why not Jumper? Our first trailer for YouTube Red sequel series Impulse has arrived, as director Doug Liman returns to the teleporting 2008 action franchise.
It’s tough to imagine 50 year-olds crane-kicking the Karate Kid franchise back to life, but darn it all if YouTube Red’s Cobra Kai doesn’t look … fun? A first full trailer for the sequel series has reignited a legendary rivalry, and even provided us with a May premiere.
The Cobra Kai do not wax on. The Cobra Kai do not wax off. Everything you learned in The Karate Kid goes out the window with a fresh trailer for the YouTube Red sequel series, as Sensei Johnny takes an unorthodox approach to training the next generation of dojo fighters.
Look, we all know the feeling of childhood karate rivalries that last into middle-age, but YouTube’s Karate Kid sequel series is finally here to put it onscreen. Return to Cobra Kai, as Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence reignite their old rivalry with a nostalgic first teaser for the new ser…
There’s definitely a lot more leg to sweep on Danny LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence now. YouTube’s Karate Kid sequel series Cobra Kai is about to go before cameras, and a new behind-the-scenes photo reunites the rivals as YouTube announces the full series cast.
If you thought the cord-cutters’ market was aggressive before, just wait until you get a load of YouTube TV. The online video staple announced the full scope of its live TV bundle, complete with unlimited cloud DVR and a moderate monthly subscription fee.
Not content to dominate the world through both Instagram and Twitter (and movies and television shows and wrestling guest appearances and talk show appearances and pretty much everything else), Dwayne Johnson has announced plans to launch his own YouTube channel on July 18 of this year. If the above…
It made sense that Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan-Tatum would parlay their Step Up past into an NBC dance competition, but their next TV venture is a trifle more direct. YouTube (yes, YouTube) has officially ordered a straight-to-series adaptation of Step Up, with Tatum and Dewan aboard to produce.