Borderlands’ cast continues to expand like some kind of talent black hole. The Tomorrow War is taking Chris Pratt to Amazon. Wynonna Earp’s finale teases good news for Wayhaughts. Plus, what’s next on For All Mankind, Black Lightning, and Nancy Drew. Spoilers, away!
Professional bodybuilder Olivier Richters has been cast as the bandit leader, Krom, in Eli Roth’s Borderlands movie.
— The Dutch Giant (@OlivierRichters) April 9, 2020
The Demon of Brownsville Road
Deadline reports Minnie Schedeen is attached to write a film adaptation of Bob Cranmer and Erica Manfred’s The Demon of Brownsville Road for New Line. The book details the allegedly true first-hand account of a family who move into a haunted house in Pittsburgh.
The Tomorrow War
Deadline also reports Chris MacKay’s The Tomorrow War, starring Chris Pratt, is scheduled for release on Amazon July 2, 2021.
— Amazon Prime Video UK (@primevideouk) April 7, 2021
Disney has released a new poster of Emma Stone as Cruella de Vil.
It’s always interesting when you can pick out the influences that shaped an artist’s work, and then consider the influences and what they inspired as pieces of culture in conversation with one another. Consider then Craig Gillespie’s Cruella, a 101 Dalmatians prequel of sorts that’s also humming with a surprising...Read more
— Walt Disney Studios (@DisneyStudios) April 7, 2021
Shudder has released a new trailer for its May 13 release of Neil Marshall’s The Reckoning.
A maniac wearing an alien mask — presumed to be the spirit of a teenager killed on the premises years earlier — stalks the employees of a roller skating rink in the trailer for Death Rink, coming to VOD May 11.
TMZ has our first look at the live-action Powerpuff Girls from the CW’s new series. Click through for a video of Chloe Bennett’s Blossom taking flight.
'Powerpuff Girls' Stars Shooting New Live-Action Show, Blossom Goes Flying https://t.co/2bSv35gilf
— TMZ (@TMZ) April 7, 2021
There’s also a look at the new logo:
The FBI pays Black Lighting a visit in the synopsis for “The Book of Ruin: Chapter Three” airing April 20.
The FBI pays Jefferson (Cress Williams) a visit. Meanwhile, Anissa (Nafessa Williams) surprises Grace (Chantal Thuy). Christine Adams, James Remar, Marvin Jones III and Jordan Calloway also star. The episode was written by Andre Edmonds and directed by Bille Woodruff (#408).
For All Mankind
Spoiler TV has pictures from episode eight of season two, “And Here’s to You”. Head on over to see more.
Spoiler TV also has a look at episode three of The Nevers, “Ignition”. Click through for more.
HBO’s sci-fi fantasy series The Nevers arrives this Monday to reveal a Victorian London where a mysterious event bestows strange powers on people — mostly women. The show has a lot of characters, but one who definitely stands out from the crowd is the viciously wild Maladie, played by Amy...Read more
Nancy Drew runs afoul of a contract killer in the trailer for “The Trail of the Missing Witness.”
Finally, a sneak peek at the series finale of Wynonna Earp promises a happy ending for Wayhaught fans.
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