There are more wild rumors about Elsa’s love life in Frozen 2. Special effects legend Greg Nicotero is joining Spawn. The sequel to A Quiet Place has landed a release date. Mr. Robot is coming to an end. Plus, a new look at First Man and the return of the CW/DC superhero shows, Spoilers get!
Ready your pinches of salt, because That Hashtag Show claims Episode IX is now casting a new female character listed as being named Karina (unlikely the final name of the character), described as “a younger Charlize Theron with street smarts” and “a good sense of humor” between 27-35 years old.
Keep that salt shaker handy though, because Revenge of the Fans reports “a couple of very reliable sources” have confirmed Elsa will enjoy a female love interest in Frozen 2.
Paramount has shuffled around multiple upcoming releases. Terminator 6 is now scheduled to hit theaters one week early on November 15, 2019, as is the Sonic movie, now hitting November 8, 2018. Meanwhile, good news you absolutely don’t want to yell loudly about: A Quiet Place 2 is slated for a May 15, 2020 release. [/Film]
Madame Blanc takes a cigarette break on the latest poster from Coming Soon.
Ryan Gosling is Neil Armstrong in the second trailer for Damien Chazelle’s First Man.
Peter Dinklage faces the apocalypse in another new trailer for Reed Morano’s I Think We’re Alone Now.
Blu Hunt has joined the cast of the Netflix astronaut drama as August, “the lead engineer and youngest member of the crew aboard the spaceship commanded by astronaut Niko Breckinridge (Sackhoff).” [THR]
THR reports season four will officially be Mr. Robot’s last.
Black Lightning lights up on a new poster, via Spoiler TV.
KSiteTV has cast photos from the CW’s latest Vampire Diaries spinoff. More at the link.
Bloody-Disgusting has more promotional photographs with actual ghosts hidden in the pictures.
Murder House co-stars Dylan McDermott and Evan Peters reunite on the set of American Horror Story: Apocalypse.
A new trailer for season nine promises a civil war on the horizon.
Finally, The Flash debuts his new costume in the latest Arrowverse fall 2018 trailer.
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