The Are You Afraid of the Dark movie faces a major delay. Another Disney+ series could be happening, revolving around classic animated villains. A surprise new Alien animated series is coming very soon. Plus, Captain Marvel and the new Kim Possible team up, and what’s to come on Project Blue Book. Spoilers, away!
Collider has word Kiana Madeira and Olivia Welch will play a pair of gay teenagers “trying to navigate their rocky relationship when they’re targeted by the crazy horrors of their small town, Shadyside” over the course of all three Fear Street movies. The outlet continues, “each actress will be playing two different characters—one in the mid-‘90s, and one in the 1600s, when gay women faced even greater adversity and repercussions.”
That I can say, only because other people have been saying it. So, yeah, I am in that, yes. My part takes place completely in the real world. So I didn’t have to interact with any of those weird little whatevers.
Are You Afraid of the Dark?
Regrettably, Paramount’s Are You Afraid of The Dark? movie has been removed from their 2019 release slate entirely. No word on whether this will effect Nickelodeon’s promotional tie-in miniseries airing in October.
Paramount release date announcements:
UNTITLED FAMILY EVENT MOVIE (based on Clifford the Big Red Dog) will release on 11/13/20
RUGRATS has moved from 11/13/20 to 1/29/21
ARE YOU AFRAID OF THE DARK?, previously slated for 10/4/19, now has no release date#AreYouAfraidoftheDark
— Boxoffice (@BoxOffice) February 27, 2019
Hellboy has received an R-rating from the MPAA for “strong bloody violence and gore throughout, and language.” What a shock! [Coming Soon]
Captain Marvel “goes binary” with Kim Possible in a new cross-promotion from the Disney Channel.
— Disney Channel (@DisneyChannel) February 26, 2019
Meanwhile, Goose the cat rides a jet in the latest TV spot.
We also have a new featurette that’s basically propaganda for the U.S. Air Force. Huz...zah?
A24 has released an animated teaser for Midsommar, Ari Aster’s follow-up to Hereditary concerning a Pagan cult.
— A24 (@A24) February 27, 2019
Although no further details are available, We Got This Covered reports Warner Bros. has decided to develop a new TV series starring Matt Ryan as John Constantine.
The latest episode of The Star Wars Show has confirmed that production on the series has wrapped.
Book of Enchantment
Den of Geek reports a television adaptation of Serena Valentino’s Book of Enchantment is now in development at Disney+. The new series from writer/producer Michael Seitzman promises to take a “revisionist look” at various Disney villains, including Ursula, Maleficent and the Beast from Beauty and the Beast.
Spoiler TV has the titles for the final ten episodes of Killjoys, including the series finale, “Last Dance.”
Killjoys - Episode 5.01 - Run, Yala, Run
Killjoys - Episode 5.02 - Blame It On The Rain
Killjoys - Episode 5.03 - Three Killjoys And A Lady
Killjoys - Episode 5.04 - Ship Outta Luck
Killjoys - Episode 5.05 - A Bout, A Girl
Killjoys - Episode 5.06 - Three Mutineers
Killjoys - Episode 5.07 - Cherchez La Bitch
Killjoys - Episode 5.08 - Don’t Stop Beweaving
Killjoys - Episode 5.09 - Terraformance Anxiety
Killjoys - Episode 5.10 - Last Dance (Series Finale)
A trailer has already been released for the new Alien animated series, which surprisingly will also be released in full this morning at 9 a.m. on IGN.
Watch the all-new trailer for Alien: Isolation, a brand new digital series premiering exclusively on IGN: pic.twitter.com/er5ovcDoRo
— IGN (@IGN) February 27, 2019
Project Blue Book
Finally, an alien abductee holds Hynek and Quinn hostage in the trailer for next week’s episode of Project Blue Book, “Abduction.”
Banner art by Jim Cooke.