Uma Thurman is heading to Netflix for supernatural shenanigans. Alex Garland doesn’t want to direct a followup to Annihilation. Plus the return of Humans, and new set pictures from Iron Fist. Spoilers, go!
Variety reports Paramount is developing a movie based on the ooze-hardening toy oven from JAKKS Pacific. Neal H. Moritz, Marc Gurvitz and Toby Ascher are set to produce, while Stephen Berman, Chairman and CEO of Jakks Pacific, will serve as executive producer.
THR reports Regina Hall will co-star alongside Issa Rae in Little, a sort of inverted take on Big, in which an adult woman is mystically de-aged to childhood. Tina Gordon (Drumline) is slated to direct, while Camilla Blackett (Fresh Off the Boat, New Girl) is working on a rewrite of the screenplay from Tracy Oliver.
During a recent interview with IndieWire, Alex Garland stated he has no interest in directing a sequel to Annihilation.
I’ve got no objection to someone else doing that, but I’m not interested in the idea of a sequel. I feel like we made this movie and this is the movie we made.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Co-director Peter Ramsey promises a trailer for the animated Spider-Man film starring Miles Morales is on the way.
He means a lot to all of us, too. We can’t wait to show you what we’ve been up to! (New trailer coming in June!) https://t.co/n52D4yJvaE
— Peter Ramsey (@pramsey342) May 27, 2018
According to Deadline, Pascal Pictures have picked up Genus, “a thriller about a scientist who accidentally brings back a prehistoric form of human species” from screenwriter Kat Wood.
Untitled Scifi Comedy
THR reports Mortal Media, the company formed by the NBA’s Blake Griffin and the NFL’s Ryan Kalil, has picked up a pitch for an undisclosed “sci-fi comedy” from Shanghai Dawn writers Aaron Buchsbaum and Teddy Riley.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
Another TV spot recounts the saga of the Indoraptor.
The Walking Dead
Uma Thurman will star in Netflix’s upcoming supernatural drama about a woman who inherits the characteristics of her heart donor.
Uma Thurman to star in “Chambers,” a supernatural drama about a heart attack survivor consumed w/ the mystery surrounding the heart that saved her —especially after she starts taking on the characteristics of the deceased. Thurman plays donor's mother who befriends the recipient pic.twitter.com/DWbAojNGfR
— See What's Next (@seewhatsnext) May 29, 2018
While accepting an award for her mental health advocacy, Mädchen Amick revealed Denton will return in season three of Riverdale.
I’m sure you’re all aware of [Denton’s] creepy portrayal of the Cooper son and I can’t wait to see what he’s gonna be up to in season three… SPOILER ALERT!
Locke & Key
“Bond. Jane Bond.”
06/06/2018 (10:00PM – 11:00PM) (Wednesday) : When a client becomes addicted to a “Jane Bond” adventure, Mara (Sarah Shahi) must help her assemble the missing pieces in her life to save her. At the same time, Mara deals with the unanticipated side effects of Reverie. Dennis Haysbert, Sendhil Ramamurthy, Kathryn Morris and Jessica Lu also star.
“No More Mr. Nice Guy”
06/13/2018 (10:00PM – 11:00PM) (Wednesday) : A family man robs banks in his Reverie and Mara (Sarah Shahi) must uncover the deeper reasons why. Mara’s derealizations put her life in danger. Dennis Haysbert, Sendhil Ramamurthy, Kathryn Morris and Jessica Lu also star.
Three new behind-the-scenes images of Colleen Wing have surfaced on Twitter.
Iron Fist season 2 stills ❤
Colleen is the main reason why I'll watch season 2. pic.twitter.com/1EmYpU6IAC
— CourtZ???? (@CourtZ022) May 28, 2018
Ash vs The Evil Dead
Bruce Campbell stated he believes “fans will dig the upcoming incarnations” of the Evil Dead franchise.
Fans are wonderfully nit-picky. I can’t talk particulars yet, but I think fans will dig the upcoming incarnations. https://t.co/mEoxxXZzQY
— Bruce Campbell (@GroovyBruce) May 25, 2018
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