Dwayne Johnson continues to hype up Black Adam (and his back). Gemma Chan has finished her time on The Eternals. Is Joaquin Phoenix up for an iconic Disney villain role? Plus another new look at Birds of Prey, and what’s to come on The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow. To me, my spoilers!
Salt shakers at the ready, mateys, as a report from The Illuminerdi alleges that Joaquin Phoenix has been “offered the role” of Captain Hook in Disney’s live-action remake of Peter Pan, adding “it is unclear if the actor has had any formal discussion with the studio” as of yet.
Production has wrapped on The Eternals—for Gemma Chan at least, according to her Twitter.
Dwayne Johnson promises Black Adam will alter “the hierarchy of power in the DC Universe” in a new Instagram post that is, uh, primarily about his incredibly sweaty back muscles.
The latest New Mutants poster channels Village of the Damned.
Han has been quietly added to an expanded version of the F9: The Fast Saga poster.
Huntress defends her crossbow in a new clip introduced by Mary Elizabeth-Winstead on The Tonight Show.
Bloody-Disgusting has some interesting new photos from Psycho Goreman, an upcoming horror-comedy from Steven Kostanski (The Void, Leprechaun Returns) in which two kids “discover the tomb of a sleeping alien warlord whose only goal is to destroy the entire universe.” More at the link.
Variety also has the first image from Thirst, an Icelandic gay vampire movie in which a woman wrongfully accused of fratricide befriends “an elderly man who turns out to be a 1,000-year old, single and gay vampire” who brings her brother back to life, “leading to terrible consequences.” You know, a single, 10-century-old gay vampires are wont to do.
Meanwhile, Deadline has our first look at Bruce Dern in Hellblazers, a film about a Satanic cult intent on unleashing hell on earth co-starring Billy Zane, Tony Todd, Adrienne Barbeau, Courtney Gains, John Kassir, and Meg Foster.
Rosamund Pike plays Marie Curie in the first full-length trailer for Radioactive.
Pencil in March 5 as a horrible night to have a curse, as Castlevania’s third season will hit Netflix.
Into the Dark weighs in on the conflict between Poppy, Mars Argo and producer Titanic Sinclair in the latest trailer for this year’s Valentine’s Day episode.
Amunet returns to ruin Barry and Iris’s Valentine’s Day with her incredible accent, in the trailer for next week’s episode of The Flash, “Love is a Battlefield.”
Finally, the Legends crash a school reunion in order to send The Prom Night Slasher back to hell in the trailer for next week’s episode, “Slay Anything.”
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