Candyman director Nia DaCosta offers an intriguing hint about the film’s new star. Michael B. Jordan’s next action role is downright biblical. Morbius set pictures hint at a sneaky Spidey in-joke.
Plus, new Spider-Man: Far From Home posters, more looks at Stranger Things’ third season, and Idris Elba with a flamethrower. Spoilers get!
Bill & Ted Face the Music
William Sadler (Agents of SHIELD) will reprise his role as Death in Bill & Ted Face the Music, according to the film’s official Twitter.
Well, it’s been slightly misreported. I can’t say what’s happening in the film because we want it to be a surprise, but he’s not replacing Tony Todd. That’s been reported, and I was just like, ‘I don’t know what to say about this. This is not right.’
According to Deadline, Michael B. Jordan will play the Biblical Methuselah for Warner Bros. in a “Highlander-like” action film concerning “a man who has managed to survive for hundreds of years, without showing the physical signs of age. In that time, he has accumulated vast intellectual knowledge, from multiple languages to the sciences, as well as survival skills.”
Filming on Bond 25 is now underway in Norway. [Birth. Movies. Death.]
Annabelle Comes Home
James Wan shared a new photo of Annabelle as she appears in Annabelle Comes Home on Instagram.
Spider-Man: Far From Home
Spidey tours Europe on three new posters.
Hobbs & Shaw
Superhuman Idris Elba brandishes a flamethrower in a new photo from producer Hiram Garcia.
— Hiram Garcia (@hhgarcia41) March 24, 2019
Garcia also has a new photo of Karen Gillan with Dwayne Johnson from the upcoming Jumanji sequel.
A peek of our @jumanjimovie & that ‘wonderfully awkward teen romance encapsulated in the bodies of extremely powerful avatars’ vibe that @TheRock & @karengillan demonstrate so well. ???? #DrSmolderBravestone #RubyRoundhouse #Jumanji #LeicaQ2 @SevenBucksProd @SonyPictures pic.twitter.com/v6dXoKs9ab
— Hiram Garcia (@hhgarcia41) March 25, 2019
Mike Mignola, David Harbour, Sasha Lane, Milla Jovovich, Ian McShane, and Daniel Dae Kim hype the reboot’s loyalty to the comics in a new featurette.
Dr. Sivana hams it up in the latest TV spot for Shazam.
Variety has learned Craig Shapiro and Elizabeth Kruger will replace Carter Covington as series’ showrunner in season two.
Bob Morley confirmed Bellamy will spend much of season six reestablishing trust with Clark in a new interview with TV Guide.
I think it takes some time to even be able to address the situation between the two of them and I think they both have a lot of their own healing they have to do before they can even start to speak to each other on terms where it’s amicable or the ability for it to grow into a more healthy relationship [exists]. … I think that Blake sibling relationship is a real barometer of how Bellamy’s feeling in any given season or where he’s going. I don’t think it’s something that they can walk away from that easily. That old adage of blood is thicker than water definitely rings true for them, but it’s just — there’s got to be a lot of water under the bridge before they can kind of develop into something more. But it’s not something that the two of them would happily walk away from, so there’s a lot of work to be done.
KSiteTV also had a long chat with the actor about much the same.
Bloody-Disgusting has three new images from season three.
Clary’s determined to rid herself of her twinning rune in the promo for next week’s episode, “Stay With Me.”
Supergirl becomes public enemy number one. in a trailer for next week’s episode, “All About Eve.”
Finally, Black Siren is wanted for murder in the trailer for “Lost Canary,” airing April 15 in a new time slot.
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