Oga’s Cantina Restaurant at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, Final Trailer for Shane Black’s The Predator, and More!

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New concept art has surfaced for Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland, depicting a cantina restaurant that will open in the parks. Called “Oga’s Cantina,” this new venue will serve pre-mixed alcoholic drinks for adults, and the drinks will not be allowed into the parks. Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens in Disneyland in summer 2019, and in Walt Disney World in fall 2019.


DC Entertainment has announced that its DC Universe streaming service will officially launch on September 15th. Its first original show, Titans, will premiere at New York Comic Con on October 3rd before launching worldwide on October 12th. DC Universe will provide content like comics, film, and television to DC fans for a subscription fee of $7.99 per month.


20th Century Fox has unleashed the final trailer for Shane Black’s upcoming film The Predator. This explosive new trailer features a closer look at the Ultimate Predator and its hell-hounds, as a ragtag crew of ex-soldiers have to prevent the destruction of humanity when the alien hunters arrive. The Predator opens in theaters on September 14th.

See the trailer here!


The CW Network has released a trailer teasing the fall return of its DC Comics television lineup. The trailer features clips from the new seasons of Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow, Black Lightning, and Legends of Tomorrow. DCTV returns to the CW this fall beginning October 9th.

Check out the trailer below!


Let Your Geek Sideshow would like to acknowledge the life of longtime Marvel Comics writer Gary Friedrich. In his time at Marvel, he co-created the characters Ghost Rider and the Son of Satan. He passed away earlier this week at the age of 75.


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