Another mystery face joins Matrix 4. DC Entertainment’s Gotham City Sirens isn’t happening any time soon, but Bright 2 might, according to David Ayer. Even more Star Trek: Discovery is on the way. Plus, Jordan Vogt-Roberts is working on a new monster movie, what’s to come on Doctor Who, and a look at Netflix’s take on the IDW comic October Faction. Spoilers now!
Sense8's Max Riemelt (Wolfgang!) is the latest actor to join The Matrix 4 in a currently undisclosed role.
According to a new report from Dark Universe Horror DB, Asia Argento is attached to star in Black Glasses, a brand-new giallo film from director Dario Argento entering production later this year.
THR reports Michael B. Jordan and Alana Mayo’s Outlier Society banner will produce a currently untitled monster movie from Boondocks writer Rodney Barnes and Kong: Skull Island director, Jordan Vogt-Roberts. No details on the story are available at this time.
Meanwhile, That Hashtag Show has word It director Andy Muschietti will direct a remake of Joe Dante’s werewolf movie, The Howling, for Netflix.
In conversation with That Hashtag Show, Muchietti also confirmed the upcoming Flash movie starring Ezra Miller will still indeed be an adaptation of the infamous Flashpoint story arc, only “[a] different version of Flashpoint than you’re expecting.”
Bloody-Disgusting reports the upcoming action-comedy, Guns Akimbo, starring Samara Weaving and Daniel Radcliffe as contestants in a death match live-streamed to the internet opens in select theaters this February 28.
During a recent panel at the Television Critics Association, David Ayer confirmed the rumored Gotham City Sirens movie is currently “on pause.” [/Film]
However, Ayer stated that a sequel to Netflix’s Bright is “still in development.”
We’re working on it so hopefully we’ll be able to mount that up soon. It’s a great opportunity for all of us to explore the world more. I think people felt like there was a lot of doorways to explore. People were like, ‘Tell us about the dragon. Tell us about this, the history.’ So it’s a very rich world and I think we’re going to drill down some more.
Seven warriors are recruited to assassinate Vlad Tepes in the trailer for Vlad the Impaler, which includes a battle scene with no less than four exploding haystacks.
According to the latest issue of Production Weekly, a fourth season of Star Trek: Discovery is currently “in active development.”
Deadline reports Britt Baron, Anna Lore, Benedict Samuel, and Anna Akana will star in “My Valentine,” this year’s Valentine’s Day episode of Into the Dark from director Maggie Levin. The story is said to concern “a pop singer whose songs and artistic identity have been stolen by her ex-boyfriend/manager and shamelessly pasted onto his new girlfriend/protégé. Locked together in a small concert venue after hours, the three of them confront the emotional abuses of the past…until things turn violent.”
Doctor Who Online has synopses for the fourth, fifth and sixth episodes of season twelve straight from the latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine.
12.4: Nikola Tesla’s Night Of Terror
Written by: Nina Metivier. Directed by: Nida Manzoor.
The time: the earliest years of the 20th century. The place: New York City. Inventor Nikola Tesla is at war with his rival Thomas Edison. However, there’s an even greater threat in their midst…
12.5: Fugitive Of The Judoon
Written by: Vinay Patel. Directed by: Nida Manzoor.
Stomping their way into present-day Gloucester, the Judoon are on the hunt for someone on the run. Who is this fugitive? And why are these alien mercenaries after them?
Written by: Pete McTighe. Directed by: Jamie Magnus Stone.
The Doctor and her friends split up to investigate multiple mysteries across planet Earth. What they find will threaten all of humanity…
There’s a new poster for The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’s third season. We’ll have the new trailer for you shortly...
TV Line has an exclusive sneak peek from tonight’s return episode of Evil, but you’ll have to Click through to have a look. Spoiler alert: David’s okay!
Finally, Netflix has released a trailer for October Faction, a new series based on Steve Niles’ and Damien Worm’s IDW comic book about a pair of monster-hunting twins.
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