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Our First Look at It: Chapter 2's Grown Up Losers Club in Action

Pennywise faces some grown up competition in It: Chapter 2.
Pennywise faces some grown up competition in It: Chapter 2.
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Morning SpoilersIf there’s news about upcoming movies and television you’re not supposed to know, you’ll find it in here.

Simon Pegg talks about where the Star Trek movies are at. Doom Patrol recruits an Orange is the New Black alumni for its latest team member. Robert Kirkman wants to bring another post-apocalyptic comic book to television. Plus, more rumors about who’s really a killer robot in the new Terminator, and our first look at Outlander’s next season. Spoilers get!

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It: Chapter 2

A new set photo reunites the Loser’s Club. My, how they’ve grown!


Cowboy Ninja Viking

Collider reports Priyanka Chopra is in talks to join Guardians of the Galaxy star Chris Pratt’s new film as Dr. Sara Nix, “a psychologist who’s assigned to monitor Duncan, and who may or may not develop feelings for him despite the professional nature of their relationship.”

Terminator 6

The Terminator Fans claim to have “eyewitness” proof Mackenzie Davis is playing a machine in Terminator 6. According to the report, a fan witnessing the shoot in Cartagena, Spain spotted “a muscular blond woman, 1.80m tall, with an arm made up as if she had suffered a deep wound, letting on a metallic skeleton.”



Shahadi Wright Joseph, Evan Alex, Madison Curry, Cali Sheldon and Noelle Sheldon have joined the cast of Jordan Peele’s latest. [THR]


Quentin Tarantino’s Star Trek/Star Trek 4

Speaking with the Edmonton Journal, Simon Pegg stated he “can’t see” Quentin Tarantino making his near-mythic Star Trek movie in the next six years.

I can’t see him doing it for five or six years, by which time we might be too old anyway.


Pegg also offered an update on S.J. Clarkson’s relatively more immediate Star Trek 4.

I’ve met with S.J. and she’s fizzing with ideas and she has the right attitude. She’s reverent, but she’s not slavish. In terms of the story, I have a vague knowledge, but it’s nothing I can talk about. I’m also doing something that is separate to that.



The Suspiria remake runs 152-minutes long, a full hour longer than Argento’s original.


Avengers 4

An IMAX quarterly SEC filing unearthed by CBR appears to indicate Avengers 4 could hit theaters in April 2019, pretty much one year after Infinity War.


The Last Sharknado: It’s About Time

TV Line has character posters for The Last Sharknado. Head to the link to see them all!

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Doom Patrol

Orange is the New Black’s Diane Guerro has joined the cast of DC Universe’s Doom Patrol as Crazy Jane, the team member with 64 different personalities and superpowers. [TV Line]



Deadline reports Robert Kirkman has optioned the post-apocalyptic comic book series from Zack Kaplan for series development. Eclipse concerns a deadly solar flare driving the surviving population of Earth deep underground.


Bobcat Goldthwait’s Misfits & Monsters

A call from mom interrupts a search for the Goatman in a clip from this week’s episode, “The Goatman Cometh.”

The Last Ship

TNT has also released a TV spot for the final season of The Last Ship.


Finally, Claire and Jaime head to North Carolina in the first trailer for Outlander’s fourth season.

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James is a News Editor at io9. He wants pictures. Pictures of Spider-Man!

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So, yesterday’s Guardians of the Galaxy cast letter blew up a bit, and it’s not hard to find a couple dozen articles out there covering it, so I won’t be posting all of them.

However, NBC has a short video covering how Cernovich used some old fashioned weaponized outrage to get Gunn fired. Nothing real new here, but still kind of interesting.

Piers Morgan, of all people, put together a decent article on how Disney should rehire Gunn. I don’t agree with the Barr comparison, but it’s a good enough read. Sadly, it’s better than what I’ve seen somewhere else. *cough* Maybe io9 should hire him and Kareem Abdul Jabaar for a sort of Even Stephven series of articles? I can’t really think of a funny pun name for them, though. I also don’t know what the hell they would talk about besides the weather. So... maybe Gizmodo would be a better fit. heh

Once again, if anyone else has any other articles they would like to share, please just reply with them, and if you’re in the greys I’ll make sure to star it.