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Scandal fans are in for a treat. The series’ anticipated return, you know, the one that would reveal the results of the presidential election—Will it be Mellie Grant (Bellamy Young) or Francisco Vargas (Ricardo Chavira)?—was pushed back a week to Thursday, Jan. 26 by ABC for an inauguration special ahead of Donald Trump taking the White House. But you don’t have to wait a week for new Scandal thanks to Darby Stanchfield’s Scandal: Gladiator Wanted, E! News has confirmed. Read More: // here
Alumni and students alike celebrated Homecoming Weekend this past weekend. With Scandal actor George Newbern as Grand Marshal, events for both current students and alumni and a win at Ryan Field, the weekend brought ‘Cats together from all walks of life. Read More: // here
“Scandal” star George Newbern will serve as the grand marshal for Friday’s Northwestern University homecoming parade and pep rally, reps for the university announced Monday. Read More: // here
Actor George Newbern attends Variety and Women in Film’s Pre-Emmy Celebration at Gracias Madre on September 16, 2016 in West Hollywood, California. View // here
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Our roundtable for Injustice 2 continues with the most iconic superhero of them all, Superman, who is voiced in just about all forms of DC Comics media by George Newbern. George Newbern has had a very interesting career as an actor. While some will instantly recognize him from various DC Comics properties, others will know him from Father of The Bride (and part 2), and even more will know him from his current show Scandal, where he plays an assassin named Charlie. Read More: // here
Injustice 2 Kastors KornerWe have only seen a little bit of Injustice 2, but the voice behind Superman, George Newbern, was at Comic Con to talk about playing the big guy in blue. George Newbern has been voicing Superman for a long time, so how does his work on Justice League differ from video game work? Read More: // here
Developer NetherRealm Studios teases its big plans for Injustice 2 at Comic-Con 2016, which includes a Friday panel where it will reveal new characters, gameplay, and more. Full details for the Friday panel include the aforementioned reveals and gameplay, as well as more talk about the character customization coming to Injustice 2. Presumably that’s the element that will set this game apart from its predecessor, and factors into the elaborate costumes each hero and villain wear. Confirmed panelists for the Friday presentation include NetherRealm Studios’ Ed Boon, Injustice comic writer Tom Taylor, voice actor George Newbern (Superman), voice actor Phil LaMarr (Aquaman), and voice actor Laura Bailey (Supergirl). Read More: // here
You spend nearly 80 years fighting for truth, justice and all the rest, you’re gonna go through a lot of tights, and Superman certainly has. Over the course of several generations he’s been brought to life on film, television, in animation, for video games, on radio and even the Broadway stage. What follows, then, is a look at 50 actors who have portrayed the last son of Krypton.
Once Tim Daly became tied up in other projects, George Newbern became the voice of the Man Of Steel on television, doing so for Static Shock (2000), The Batman (2004), Justice League (2001-04) and Justice League Unlimited (2004-06); the animated short film DC Showcase: Superman/Shazam!: The Return Of Black Adam (2010) , the animated film Superman Vs The Elite (2012), and the video game Injustice: Gods Among Us (2013). Says Newbern, “With Superman, super powers are just ancillary. It’s that character, with all those principles and understanding… that’s who he is right there. I htink I tried to portray a sense of trust and power and charisma for Superman. That’s what we believe Superman is.” Read More: // here