James Gunn teases some big Rocket Racoon backstory for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. Matt Reeves discusses his humanist Batman. A new casting report alleges to have found an intriguing comedic addition to Black Adam. Plus, yet another look at Stargirl’s debut, and what’s to come on What We Do in the Shadows. Spoilers away!
Matt Reeves recently told Nerdist about his pitch for the movie to Warner Bros.:
I’m going to pitch the version of Batman that I would do, which is going to have a humanist bent. And who knows if they’ll have any interest? If they don’t, then I won’t do it. And that’ll be okay. I was really lucky that they said yes.
During a recent interview with CineXpress, Tigertail director Alan Yang states he’s met with Marvel “about directing a movie for them.”
I’m really omnivorous, you’ll see. I’ve done comedy, I’ve done drama. It sounds funny but I was meeting with Marvel about directing a movie for them, so maybe we’ll do that down the road.
According to a new report from The lluminerdi, Adrianna “Isis” Tomaz will appear in the upcoming Black Adam movie for at least one scene said to “lean heavily into the fish-out-of-water humor.” Described as “a strong and proud middle eastern woman,” Tomaz is now the mother of an “abrasive” young boy named Aziz who Black Adam promotes “violence and destruction to” once he awakens “from a long slumber.”
During a recent Quarantine Watch Party, James Gunn reiterated that Rocket’s origins will play “a big part of what’s happening” in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.
A recent THR profile on producer Jason Blum appears to confirm The Purge 5 is now officially titled, The Forever Purge.
Deadline reports Erik Valdez has been cast as Lana Lang’s husband, Kyle Cushing, in the CW’s upcoming spinoff series Superman & Lois. The character is described as “Smallville’s fire chief and local hero who’s seen his fair share of tragedy. Small town raised with small town beliefs, Kyle doesn’t care much for the big city and often butts heads with people that come from it.”
Bloody-Disgusting has five new character posters from What We Do in the Shadows’ second season.
Finally, two new Stargirl promos include our first look at the Justice Society of America headquarters.
Banner art by Jim Cooke.