Jon Favreau offers a look at the voices behind his Lion King remake. Star Trek producer Heather Kadin promises Discovery and Picard will feel different from each other. The DC/CW superhero crossover teases both Lois Lane and a familiar Superman location. Plus, what’s to come on Supernatural, and a clever new Daredevil poster. Spoilers, go!
Godzilla vs Kong
Demián Bichir has joined the cast—which already includes Millie Bobby Brown, Julian Dennison, and Brian Tyree Henry—in a currently undisclosed role. [THR]
Katie Sarife has boarded the latest Annabelle as an (almost certainly doomed) “friend of Judy Warren’s cousin and babysitter in the horror feature.” [Deadline]
The Lion King
Jon Favreau shared a behind-the-scenes photo of the live-action Lion King’s voice cast.
The Curse of La Llorona
Bloody-Disgusting has the first poster.
All The Creatures Were Stirring
We also have the trailer for All The Creatures Were Stirring, a Christmas-set horror anthology starring Constance Wu.
Star Trek: Discovery & Picard
Speaking with Trek Movie, executive producer Heather Kadin stated each new Star Trek TV series will have its own unique “voice.”
I think the one thing we can say which is more general is that it’s been a real conscious effort that every project we do have its own voice and occupy its own space. I don’t mean its own space in canon, I mean its own tonal vision. Because you shouldn’t tune in to Discovery and wonder if you flipped the channel, that it was Picard. They should feel different, they should have different messages coming from different people.
A set photo from Melissa Benoist gives us our first look at Elizabeth “Bitsie” Tulloch as Lois Lane, on what looks like it could be the Kent family farm.
We’re going to keep it all season and series. We didn’t know how long the show was going to go on for, so we always knew that after season 5, there wouldn’t be flashbacks. So, we had talked about flash-forwards years ago. Like, ‘is this what we’re going to do when there aren’t flashbacks?
Relatedly, Spoiler TV has the titles of episodes sixth through nine of season seven.
Episode 7.06 - Due Process
Episode 7.07 - The Slabside Redemption
Episode 7.08 - Unmasked
Episode 7.09 - Hour Two
Discussing next week’s episode with TV Guide, Hartley Sawyer promised Ralph and Caitlin will be spending more time together this season (although not romantically, as some have expected):
What I love the most about that episode is we explore Caitlin and Ralph together. And I see people all the time thinking like, ‘Oh is this going to be a romance?’ It’s not a romance, but I love what the friendship is... I love those two characters together, the bond that they have, and that bond is going to further as well.
Meanwhile, Spoiler TV reports the seventh episode of season five is titled, “O Come, All Ye Faithful.”
The Purifers prepare for a mutant massacre in the synopsis for episode 2.06, “iMprint.”
The Inner Circle prepares for a secret ambush, but Polaris is reluctant to join and Reeva tasks Esme with getting Polaris on board. Esme confides in Polaris, revealing her and her sisters’ troublesome past. Meanwhile, Thunderbird trains Reed on controlling his powers and The Purifiers attack The Mutant Underground as they attempt to rescue a group of homeless mutants.
A very new poster from Coming Soon burns away Matt’s Daredevil suit to reveal his first costume.
Comic-friendly versions of Raven and Starfire’s costumes can be seen in behind the scenes footage shown at the 5:17 and 6:20 marks in the video below.
American Horror Story: Apocalypse
Kathy Bates spooks the man at the deli in the trailer for next week’s episode, “Traitor.”
Finally, Sam and the gang meet a sassy morgue attendant while engaging in some light acronym humor in a clip from tonight’s episode of Supernatural, “Gods & Monsters.”
Banner art by Jim Cooke.