Jada Pinkett Smith really wants to be part of a second Suicide Squad. Ron Perlman still wants a third Hellboy. Plus, see Ghostbusters’ Ecto-1 in action, new clips from Ant-Man, Sam Raimi talks Ash vs Evil Dead, and our first look at Damien and the Sherlock Christmas special. It’s time for Spoilers!
Halley Berry says she’d like to return as Storm:
In a heartbeat. In a heartbeat I would do a Storm movie. I love that character through and through. So if that ever became an opportunity for me if it’s before I’m 65-years old I would absolutely do that.
Well, I think they should do it,. If the fans want that the fans need to speak up and I’m sure it would be a possibility. If Fox felt like they could make money off of a Storm movie I’m sure they would do it.
Ron Perlman is once again insisting on the need for a third movie:
If there’s a real honesty to fan culture relationships, we owe the world the finale of Hellboy. We set up the whole film. It’s a deal we made [with fans]. I don’t want to do ‘Hellboy IV’ or V. I want to finish the fucking trilogy!
Speaking to Deadline, Wesley Snipes has revealed that he’s apparently spoken to Marvel about reprising his role as Blade:
The project is controlled by Marvel and we did have a really productive and a wonderful meeting and we discussed a number of things. I don’t know where it’s on their schedule at this point, that hasn’t been decided. I guess it’s still up in the air.
I’ve always been a fan of these pieces and adaptations and I’d be nice to be a part of the family again. But if we don’t to a ‘Blade 4’ or something else with Marvel, we’ll do something else.
Even coming directly from Snipes though, it’s best to take talk like this with a pinch of salt.
Alison Sudol has been cast as Queenie, one of a pair of sisters who encounters Newt Scamander on his trip in New York. [Coming Soon]
Jada Pinkett Smith says she would love to play Vixen in a hypothetical sequel:
There’s a character that I love in the DC World, her name is Vixen. Probably haven’t heard much of her. She’s kind of in that Suicide Squad world as well. I love Vixen. If there was any character, I would love to play her. I’m going to have to put my little word in with the director. ‘Vixen for Suicide Sqaud 2.’
Katniss sits imposingly this new poster for the film. [/Film]
Scott’s crew hatches a plan, and Ant-Man finds himself trapped at a club in two new clips.
Here’s a few new international posters. [Coming Soon]
The team gets ready to hit the road in the Ecto-1 in a new set video. [Comic Book]
Peter Capaldi briefly teases The Doctor’s relationship with Missy in the coming season:
The thing is with the whole Missy arc is there are mysteries there yet to be told. There are mysteries about how the Doctor and Missy know each other and what their relationship really is, and what they have been through together to get to this place.
It’s a very complex relationship, they are like mirror images of each other. But they’re probably closer to each other than they are distant. They are more like each other than unlike each other.
The show has suffered a minor setback, and has been pushed from a nebulous 2016 release back to a (still rather nebulous) 2017 one. [TV Guide]
The 70’s British supernatural Sci-fi series—which starred David McCallum and Joanna Lumley—is apparently being rebooted by Doctor Who and Luther writer Neill Cross. [Den of Geek]
Sam Raimi discusses the show’s format, saying that 9 episodes in, the series has yet to dabble in any time travel elements:
I’ll just say in the first nine episodes — ’cause we’re still working on the 10th one — we’ve not opened the world of time travel yet. There’s so much to do just in in the modern day world with Ash and the friends he makes and the partners that fight with him and the team he forms — we didn’t have to open that up just yet.
Here’s another new teaser featuring an unsuspecting citizen about to have a chance encounter with a Walker.
The series has debuted a few new pictures. [Spoiler TV]
Finally, Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson return to Baker Street in the first clip from Sherlock’s Christmas Special:
Additional reporting by Gordon Jackson and Charlie Jane Anders. Top image: Fantastic Four.