Plans on the It sequel are already moving forward. Arrow casts the son of Deathstroke. Plus, colorful new posters from Thor: Ragnarok; what’s to come on The Orville, Last Man on Earth, Gotham, and more; and new footage from Star Trek: Discovery. Behold, spoilers!
Gary Dauberman, a co-writer on the first It reboot, has already been tasked to write a sequel. [/Film]
The Transformers spinoff is currently filming on Mare Island, Vallejo, California. Location manager Jonathan “J.J.” Hooks told the Times Herald the film’s ending was re-written to accommodate the island’s rustic locale.
It’s an Anywhere America, Back-to-the-Future type vibe. The great thing about Vallejo is there aren’t these huge chain stores. There a few other cities in California like it, but not that many. The city hasn’t been turned into a strip mall. The ending of the movie was re-written after finding the location.
Abunch of colorful character posters have hit the web. Head over to the link see the rest. [Coming Soon]
Empire has the latest photo of Alicia Vikander as Lara Croft.
Likewise, THR has our first photo of Keanu Reeves in his latest cyberpunk thriller.
A few slivers of new footage appear in the latest TV spot.
It’s the Stone Age vs the Bronze Age in a new trailer for Aardman’s latest, Early Man.
And now, a third trailer for the Flatliners remake
Descendants 2 actress Dove Cameron has taken to Instagram to start hinting that she’s been cast as Sabrina the Teenage Witch—who’s long been hinted at for an appearance in the show—in the second season of Riverdale.
Although the character been rumored as appearing for a while, this still isn’t official confirmation, so treat it with some skepticism for now. [Comicbook.com]
Liam Hall has been cast as Slade’s son, Joe Wilson. Entertainment Weekly reports “Joe Wilson has followed in his father’s footsteps by joining the secret Australian military agency, A.S.I.S. After years of brutal combat, Joe now finds himself in a remote Kasnian prison under the alias Kane Wolfman, fighting for his life.”
The Orville crew investigate a ghost ship in the synopsis for episode 4, “If the Stars Should Appear,” guest-starring Robert Knepper.
Ed and the Orville crew encounter a massive vessel adrift in space, which is in danger of colliding with a star. While some of the crew set out to help the ship’s inhabitants, Bortus, Gordon, and John stay behind and fend off a Krill attack.
Here’s the synopsis for the season premiere of The Exorcist, “Janus.”
Six months after leaving Chicago, Father Tomas continues his training to become an exorcist under the watchful eye of his partner Marcus Keane. Their travels lead them to a troubled young woman in rural Montana, where their investigation puts them in the crosshairs of her extended family. But as Tomas’ skills continue to grow, Marcus begins to worry that his apprentice is taking unnecessary risks. The action then switches to a secluded private island off the coast of Seattle, where Andy Kim (John Cho, “Star Trek,” “Harold & Kumar”) runs a group home for at-risk foster children, whose lives are disrupted when the state sends a social worker (Li Jun Li, “Quantico,” “Blindspot”) to determine whether the foster home should be closed. Little do they know the true danger is yet to come: a malevolent presence that has set its sights upon one of the children in Andy’s care.
Kristen Wiig comes aboard for a doomed voyage in the synopsis for the season four premiere, “M.U.B.A.R.”
Pamela (guest star Kristen Wiig) finds her place within the group as they all set sail for Mexico, avoiding the apocalyptic nuclear fallout in the United States. Their course derails a bit when they realize that none of them knows how to actually navigate a yacht.
While pursuing the Scarecrow, Gordon gets fear-gassed in the hallways of Arkham Asylum in the synopsis for episode two of next season, titled “The Fear Reaper.”
Under pressure to prove that the GCPD is still powerful, Gordon attempts to bring in Jonathan Crane. However, Gordon puts himself in a dangerous situation at Arkham when he is forced to fight off lunatics and the demon within himself. Meanwhile, with Barbara’s unexpected return, Selina and Tabitha must consider risks that come with joining her in the weapon business.
TV Line has two new photos from the upcoming season, one revealing the crew of their Star Trek parody episode, “USS Callister” and an image from Jodie Foster’s “Arkangel.”
Finally, Burnham faces a Klingon warrior in a new clip shown on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Come for the clip, stay for Sonequa Martin-Green talking about infinite diversity in infinite combinations.
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