Tom Holland shares the world’s coolest Spider-selfie from the set of Spider-Man Homecoming. The Lego Movie sequel gets some input from the man behind BoJack Horseman. Sleepy Hollow gains a new regular, but loses two. Plus, new pictures from Suicide Squad, and Jim Gordon battles a weird creature on the set of Gotham. Spoilers Now!
Raphael Bob-Waksberg, the creator of Netflix animated series BoJack Horseman, is writing a new draft of the film’s script built on Phil Lord and Chris Miller’s original sequel plans. [Variety]
To celebrate being one year out from the film’s release, Tom Holland shared a photo of himself hanging around on Instagram.
A teasing new tweet from the franchise’s official account shows a Xenomorph hand under construction.
Here’s a new poster for the film. [/Film]
The movie is Entertainment Weekly’s cover story this week, bringing with it a new gallery of stills, more of which you can find at the link.
New stills from the historical stab-fest video game adaptation have been released—more at the link. [Comicbook.com]
Here’s an extended trailer:
Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Negan), Tom Payne (Jesus), Austin Amelio (Dwight), and Xander Berkley (Gregory) have all been promoted from recurring guests to regular cast members for season seven, according to the Hollywood Reporter. This isn’t much of a surprise—especially for Morgan, playing the show’s big new villain—but an indicator that all four actors will play a major role in the next season.
The series is introducing a Dana Scully-inspired character named Anna to create conflict with Crane. Here’s her character description:
She’s got a tough, take-charge personality, punctuated by a wry sense of humor. She’s a born leader, but she also has a softer, more caring side which she rarely shows. Anna is fiercely devoted to her 11-year-old daughter Stella, a protective instinct Crane respects and appreciates.
And the show needs it, as two more series regulars have departed the show. According to Entertainment Weekly, both Lance Gross (Daniel Reynolds) and Jessica Camacho (Sophie Foster), who played colleagues of Nicole Beharie’s departed character Abbie, will not return for the fourth season.
Finally, Jim Gordon battles a weirdly mutated human, described in set reports as a “Ridgeback Monster” in new photos from filming. [Spoiler TV]
Additional reporting by Gordon Jackson. Banner art by Jim Cooke.