The New Mutants is rated PG-13 in the U.S., and always has been, according to Josh Boone. New set pictures from The Batman could give a mysterious glimpse at Robert Pattinson’s Bruce Wayne. Oliver Queen becomes the Spectre in new Crisis on Infinite Earths art. Plus, new looks at Batwoman and Riverdale’s returns. Spoilers, away!
The Purge 5
Deadline reports Lee Rambin (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, The Hunter Games) has joined the cast of the currently untitled fifth Purge movie in an undisclosed role.
The New Mutants
According to director Josh Boone—and later reiterated by classic illustrator Bill Sienkiewicz—New Mutants is, and has always been, rated PG-13 (equivalent to M in Australia, although the film has not been rated locally yet).
Scary film at PG-13. The atmosphere, mystery, & tone of Josh’s direction makes it work. The cast is stellar, not horror tropes who split from the group 1 by 1 like idiots only to get offed. They’re a team united; forged by the horror, and that’s new take. Bravo Josh & Co. https://t.co/HDpCZNp9Ro
— Bill Sienkiewicz (@sinKEVitch) January 5, 2020
New set photos may-or-may-not have our first look at Robert Pattinson as Bruce Wayne.
Can confirm 100% as he never revealed his face but is this Robert…..!? ???? pic.twitter.com/MX90S7bqol
— Wade Gravett (@WadeGrav) January 6, 2020
Brahms: The Boy II
Bloody-Disgusting has a new poster for Brahms: The Boy II ahead of the trailer coming later Thursday.
Camp Cold Brook
In order to boost ratings, a reality TV series decides to film at a haunted lake in the trailer for Camp Cold Brook, starring Danielle Harris, Chad Micheal Murray, and Michael Eric Reid (Sinjin from Nickelodeon’s Victorious).
The Lord of the Rings
Deadline now reports Robert Aramayo—who played the young Ned Stark in flashback sequences of Game of Thrones’ sixth season—has replaced Will Poulter as the lead in Amazon’s billion-dollar Lord of the Rings television series.
Crisis on Infinite Earths
Stephen Amell dials the ham-o-metre all the way up to 11 as the new Spectre on a new poster for the conclusion of Crisis on Infinite Earths airing January 15.
— Arrow (@CW_Arrow) January 7, 2020
Spoiler TV has an intriguing synopsis for “The Wrath of the Time Bees,” the second episode of The Magicians’ fifth season.
Alice didn’t buy enough tacos. Fen’s got 3 bars.
Kate spars with Alice inside a high school woodshop in images from “How Queer Everything is Today!” the January 20 episode of Batwoman. Head over to Comic Book for more.
Comic Book also has images from “Varsity Blues,” the January 23 episode of Riverdale. More at the link.
Banner art by Jim Cooke.