The Toxic Avenger is making a comeback. Netflix wants to make a modern Three Musketeers. A new Avengers: Endgame spot remembers the lost. The Iron Throne hides a draconic shadow in a new Game of Thrones poster. Plus, a new look at the final two episodes of Gotham teases the rise of Batman. To me, my spoilers!
Variety reports Macon Blair (I Don’t Feel At Home in This World Anymore) is now attached to write and direct a remake of Troma’s The Toxic Avenger for Legendary.
Netflix is now developing a modern take on Alexandre Dumas’ The Three Musketeers from writer Harrison Query and producers Eric Newman, Bryan Unkeless and Scott Glassgold described as something akin to “Mission: Impossible in tone.”
No new Endgame footage here but the latest TV spot basically serves as an “In Memoriam” reel to the victims of Infinity War.
Meanwhile, a recently leaked Funko Pop! 2-pack hints at a potential Hulk vs. Thanos rematch. Or it could mean nothing at all, given how toys for these movies usually work out.
In related news, Jeremy Renner posted a photograph of himself alongside his fellow Avengers castmates with the caption, “Dear Thanos, we’re coming for you...Sincerely A6!” Start your time travel/blurry Chris Evans theories now.
The MPAA has officially rated the Pet Sematary remake “R” for “horror violence, bloody images, and some language.” [Bloody-Disgusting]
Dora and Boots find El Dorado on the first poster for the live-action Dora The Explorer movie.
Rumors of 88's appearance in the series have floated around for a while now, but whether this is actually 88, or one of the other numbered IG assassin droids remains to be seen. Nice Iron Mandalorian helmet there, though.
Sam and Dean worry about souls in a terse synopsis for the April 11 episode, “Absence.”
Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) continue to worry about the condition of Jack’s (Alexander Calvert) soul. The episode was directed by Nina Lopez-Corrado and written by Robert Berens. (#1418). Original Airdate 4/11/2019
Maggie infiltrates a cult in new photos from the March 31 episode of Charmed, “Surrender.” Head over to KSiteTV for more.
The Iron Throne was a dragon all along on a new poster for season eight released by HBO.
While Tandy focuses on her ballet, Tyrone embraces his new career as a vigilante in a clip from the season two premiere of Cloak & Dagger.
A new featurette on Amazon’s Hanna series focuses on Esme Creed-Miles’ physical training.
Finally, Bruce take on Bane—as Batman?!—in the trailer for “They Did What?” airing in four weeks.
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