Dwayne Johnson has good news about Hobbs & Shaw’s future. Josh Brolin can’t wait to play Cable again...according to Rob Liefeld. The CW gives some of its superhero shows some fresh return dates. Plus, guns blazing in a new Walking Dead clip, and a new look at Stargirl’s Doctor Mid-Nite. To me, my spoilers!
During a recent Instagram Live video, Dwayne Johnson stated filming on Black Adam may be delayed amid covid-19 concerns.
I’m very excited about Black Adam by the way, I’ve been training very, very hard for that role. We were supposed to start shooting it in the summer, in July, and we’ll see. I’m not quite too sure if it’s still gonna happen - or, at least, if we’ll still start shooting in July but it will all work out the way it’s meant to work out.
In the same video, Johnson confirmed Hobbs & Shaw 2 is officially in development.
We are developing now the next film, the next [Hobbs & Shaw] movie, and I’m pretty excited about it. Just gotta figure out the creative right now, and the direction we’re going to go.
Speaking with Comic Book, Rob Liefeld stated Josh Brolin is “itching” to play Cable again in a future Marvel project.
Josh wants to be Cable again sooner than later. He is itching to be Cable again. He loved being Cable. He told me he understands how beloved his role as Thanos is, but he doesn’t look completely like Josh Brolin.
These are Josh Brolin’s own words telling me, Rob Liefeld. He told me, ‘Rob when I appeared as Cable in Deadpool 2, my phone rang off the hook.’ It changed everything for him and obviously Josh is gonna get some career lifetime achievement award at some point. The guy is just one of our greatest actors.
John Turturro also touched on playing Carmine Falcone in The Batman during a recent interview with The Inquirer.
I’m playing the bad guy. I loved Batman growing up, but I’m really a Zorro fan [Laughs]. So there’s no Batman without Zorro. When I was 5 years old, I thought I was Zorro with a sword. I had a stick that I hit my father with all the time. Then, when Batman came on TV, it was a big thrill.
I read some of the comics. My sons always read DC comics. So I played with those for years. I like Matt Reeves, the director. It’s an interesting cast.
A new rumor from Making Star Wars reports Jamie Lee Curtis was spotted on the set of The Mandalorian “multiple times” over the course of “a few days” — suggesting she may have a role in season two.
According to Bloody-Disgusting, Quibi’s urban legend horror anthology series 50 States of Fright debuts Monday, April 13 alongside The Stranger, a thriller about an imperiled Uber driver.
Good news— Locke & Key has been renewed for a second season at Netflix. [TV Line]
Bad news though—IDW adaptations V-Wars and October Faction have been canceled at Netflix after one season.
The CW has announced April return dates for Legends of Tomorrow, The Flash, Batwoman, Supergirl, Riverdale, Katy Keene, Nancy Drew and Into the Dark.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8
9 pm Nancy Drew
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15
8 pm Riverdale
THURSDAY, APRIL 16
8 pm Katy Keene
9 pm In the Dark (season premiere)
TUESDAY, APRIL 21
8 pm The Flash
9 pm DC’s Legends of Tomorrow
SUNDAY, APRIL 26
8 pm Batwoman
9 pm Supergirl
Spoiler TV has a brief synopsis for “Nobody’s Queen,” the third episode of Syfy’s Vagrant Queen.
Elida deals with the life she left behind. Isaac and Amae find themselves in dangerous territory.
Greg Nicotero kindly shared this great-looking animatronic spider set to appear in an episode of Creepshow’s second season. Well, great-looking depends on your love/hatred of spiders.
New set photos give us our first look clear look at Doctor Mid-Nite.
KSiteTV also has a few photos from the pilot episode of Stargirl.
Bloody-Disgusting also has photos from Quibi’s Most Dangerous Game series. Click though to see the rest.
A boy’s backpack is a doorway to a dimension of monsters in the trailer for Ollie’s Pack, Nickelodeon’s 21st-century take on The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo.
Finally, Princess frightens the horses in the opening minutes of “The Tower,” next week’s episode of The Walking Dead.
Banner art by Jim Cooke.