We've been getting a lot of geek showbiz news, and we round it up here.

Warner Bros. announced an all-star voice cast for DC League of Super-Pets, who will be joining Dwayne Johnson in his role as Krypto (see "Dwayne Johnson in ‘Super-Pets’"), via an Instagram video (below).  Additional cast members include Kevin Hart as Ace, Kate McKinnon, John Krasinski, Vanessa Bayer, Natasha Lyonne, Diego Luna, and Keanu Reeves.  The film will be released May 20, 2022 (see "Best in Shows – 2022").

FX on Hulu has announced a premiere date for its adaptation of Vertigo comic series Y: The Last Man (see "‘Y: The Last Man in Production").  The show will debut on September 13, according to Deadline.  Written by Brian K. Vaughan with art by Pia Guerra, Goran Sudzuka, and Paul Chadwick and inks by Jose Marzan, Jr., the Eisner Award-winning series was collected into an omnibus in 2019 (see "’Y: The Last Man’ Omnibus").

Warner Bros. has released a second trailer (below) for Space Jam: A New Legacy, due out July 16.  The first trailer was released in April (see “Trailer for ‘Space Jam’”).  In the new trailer we see both toon and real-life versions of LeBron James, along with the Warner Bros. characters, on the basketball court.

Netflix will not proceed with a second season of Jupiter’s Legacy (see "’Jupiter’s Legacy’ Trailer"), according to a Tweet by Mark Millar, who wrote the comic series on which it was based.  "We’ve made the tough call of letting our incredible cast out of their show commitment," he wrote.  Instead the next Millarworld live-action show will be an adaptation of Supercrooks (after the Supercrooks anime by Studio Bones is released later this year, which Millar created with Leinil Francis Yu.

Toonami has announced its new anime line-up, which will run from midnight to 4 a.m. beginning June 26, on Facebook.  Added to the block is Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon, a sequel series to Inuyasha, which was based on the classic Rumiko Takahashi manga series.  Other series in the block include My Hero Academia, Dr. Stone, Food Wars!, Black Clover, Naruto: Shippuden, Attack on Titan, and Dragon Ball Super.

A sequel to Disney’s Cruella, which opened in theaters and on Disney+ on May 28, is in development with director Craig Gillespie and screenwriter Tony McNamara from the first film, according to The Hollywood Reporter.  Cruella has gotten a good critical response, especially for its spectacular art direction (see "’Cruella’ Trailer").