Tom Hanks has recorded his last lines for Toy Story 4. Doctor Sleep and The Witches have been given release dates. Get a new look at Amazon’s take on Hanna.
Plus, The Flash dredges up some turmoil for Sherloque, new Star Trek: Discovery pictures, and another clip from Alita: Battle Angel. Spoilers now!
Allegedly in light of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’s recent success, GeeksWorldWide reports Warner Bros. is now developing an animated Batman Beyond film for theatrical release in 2022.
Though no voice talent is currently attached, Will Friedle stated he’s eager to revisit the role of Terry McGinnis on Twitter.
David Leitch will be taking over for Joe Carnahan as director of Undying Love, a film adaptation of the 2011 Image Comics series concerning Chinese vampire mythology. [Deadline]
Screen Gems is now developing a film based on the first televised exorcism on NBC in 1971. Richard D’Ovidio (The Call) is slated to write the script, based on the book, True Haunting, by Edwin F. Becker.
Doctor Sleep/The Witches
The Boy 2
Production has officially begun on The Boy 2, according to Coming Soon.
Toy Story 4
Tom Hanks shared a behind-the-scenes photo of himself on his last day recording as Woody.
Final line, final session as Woody of Toy Story 4. We rode like the wind, to infinity and beyond. Hanx pic.twitter.com/v87ZYNyzx8
— Tom Hanks (@tomhanks) January 30, 2019
Coming Soon has character posters for Nickelodeon’s Wonder Park. Click through for more.
Alita: Battle Angel
Alita figures out she’s a Battle Angel in the latest clip.
According to TV Line, Kimberly Williams-Paisley has been cast as “multiple versions” of Sherloque Wells’ ex-wife, Renee Adler. You see what they did there with the name.
Locke & Key
Producer and Channel Zero creator Nick Antosca confirmed Chucky can, and mostly likely will, drop F-bombs on Syfy’s upcoming Child’s Play TV series.
The Twilight Zone
Star Trek: Discovery
Screen Rant has images from today’s new episode of Star Trek: Discovery, “Point of Light.” More at the link.
Finally, Fox has released a Superbowl spot for the upcoming Hanna TV series.
Banner art by Jim Cooke.