Michael Douglas wants you to be ready for Ant-Man news. Easing lockdown restrictions in New Zealand could lead to work restarting on Avatar and Lord of the Rings. Plus, get another vampy look at Mark Hamill’s arrival on What We Do in the Shadows, and what’s to come on the season finales of both Batwoman and Supergirl. To me, my spoilers!
According to Michael Douglas, “there may be some information coming pretty soon” regarding Ant-Man 3. Please prepare yourself accordingly, it’s what Michael would want.
According to the DisInsider’s Skyler Shuler, Pirates of the Caribbean 6 will be a “soft reboot” potentially starring Doctor Who and Guardian of the Galaxy’s Karen Gillen as Redd, a “fierce and independent nomadic pirate” added to the theme park ride in 2018 to replace a version of herself being sold at a bridal auction in the original attraction.
Deadline reports “some film and TV shoots” are “already safely underway” in New Zealand, “potentially” paving the way for production to resume on both the Avatar sequels and Amazon’s Lord of the Rings TV series.
Melanie stages a fight in the synopsis for “Access Is Power,” the May 31 episode of Snowpiercer.
Layton (Daveed Diggs) descends into Snowpiercer’s black market with Till (Mickey Sumner), searching for both the killer and a valuable commodity for his revolution. Melanie (Jennifer Connelly) stages a prize fight to distract the passengers from mounting class tension.
A “face from the past” resurfaces in the synopsis for “All Old Things Must Pass - Part 1,” the May 28 episode of Vagrant Queen.
The team arrive on Arriopa to take down Lazaro. A face from the past unexpectedly returns.
Mark Hamill drops by in the trailer for this week’s episode of What We Do in the Shadows.
Lewis enlists a gangster to fight Nazis in the trailer for next week’s episode of Penny Dreadful: City of Angels.
Commander Kane ambushes Kate in the trailer for “O, Mouse!,” next week’s season finale of Batwoman.
Lex Luthor vows to kill Supergirl in the trailer for “Immortal Kombat,” next week’s season finale of Supergirl.
Finally, a two-century-old East India Company Colonel and his army of zombie redcoats emerge from their tomb in the trailer for Betaal, a new Netflix series premiering May 24.
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