Sci-fi mystery comic Hadrian’s Wall is being turned into a movie. James Corden wants to help bring a new version of Cinderella to life (and not the Disney version). Get a look at Starz’s new supernatural spy thriller, The Rook. Plus, what’s to come on Roswell. To me, my spoilers!
Variety has word Camilla Cabello will star in Kay Cannon’s brand new musical adaptation of Cinderella, “which grew out of an original idea” from James Corden.
Deadline reports Toni Garrn, Annabel Mullion, and Richard Pettyfer have joined the cast of The Warning, the upcoming anthology film following “separate lives which collide in interweaving short stories set in future Earth.”
Rot & Ruin
Alcon Entertainment has reportedly purchased the film rights to all five installments of Jonathan Maberry’s young adult zombie series, Rot & Ruin.[Deadline]
Deadline also has word comic book author Kyle Higgins will both write and direct a feature film adaptation of his own mystery in space series, Hadrian’s Wall, for Gunpowder & Sky’s science fiction label, Dust.
Speaking with Screen Rant, Avengers: Endgame co-writer Stephen McFeely answered, “If Joe and Anthony do another Marvel movie and they don’t have [Christopher Markus and I] write it, I will be personally offended” when asked if the writing duo “would be on board” for a potential Secret Wars movie.
One Cut of the Dead
Bloody-Disgusting has character posters for Grugach, Baba Yaga, the Giants, Alice Monaghan, and Professor Bloom. Head to the link to see more.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters
Godzilla unleashes his atomic breath, Rodan devours a fighter pilot whole, and Millie Bobby Brown fights for monster rights in three new TV spots for King of the Monsters.
Good news, with a dash of bad — Deadline reports Hulu has renewed Future Man for a third, and officially final, season.
Coming Soon has four new photos from The Rook, an upcoming female-led supernatural spy thriller for Starz starring Emma Greenwell, Joely Richardson, and Olivia Munn.
Roswell, New Mexico
Finally, the CW has released a trailer for “Creep” the penultimate episode of Roswell, New Mexico’s first season.
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