Updates From Black Adam, Black Widow, and More

Updates From Black Adam, Black Widow, and More
Looks like team Kahndaq's blasting off agaaaaaaaaaiiiiiiin! (Image: Warner Bros.)

A new Saw is in development. The 4400 reboot expands its cast. The Mortal Kombat kast assembles in a new poster. Plus, what’s next on Supergirl and Batwoman, and a sneak peek at today’s Invincible. Spoilers get!

Black Adam

Deadline reports Tony-nominated actor James Cusati-Moyer has joined the cast of Black Adam in a currently undisclosed role. Not to be outdone, THR additionally reports Bodhi Sabongui has also joined the cast in a currently undisclosed role.

An Epic Timeline of the Rock Willing DC’s Black Adam Into Existence

In just a few weeks, Dwayne Johnson will finally roll cameras on his DC movie, Black Adam. That statement seems almost unbelievable — because if you can believe it, the actor and the role have been inseparable for over a decade. In that time, Johnson has taken great pleasure in...

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Saw X

According to the latest issue of Production Weekly, Saw X — the tenth film in the Saw franchise — is now in active development.

Mortal Kombat

IMAX has released a new Mortal Kombat poster.

 

The Power

Shudder has a new clip from The Power, a ghost story set during the 1974 London blackout.

4400

Deadline reports Brittany Adebumola, Jaye Ladymore, and Amarr Wooten have joined the cast of 4400. Adebumola will play Shanice, “a driven lawyer, wife and new mother from the year 2005 who is suddenly transported to 2021 only to find that her daughter is now a teenager” opposite Ladymore as Claudette,” a preacher’s wife from the 1950s who was active in the early Civil Rights Movement.” Wooten has been cast as Hayden, “who arrives in 2021 from the 1930s where he was kept in an institution. Perhaps due to an unpleasant past, he doesn’t appear to speak but is compassionate and seems to have insight and knowledge into things he couldn’t possibly know.”

A 4400 Rewatch Reveals Just How Influential Its Legacy Is

The CW’s plan to resurrect USA’s 2004 series The 4400 definitely comes across as the network’s latest go at bringing aliens/futurism/superhero drama to television. Presumably, it will happily exist alongside things like the Arrowverse and the Roswell reboot. But since it’s been so long since the original was on air,...

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Supergirl

Supergirl may escape the Phantom Zone yet in the synopsis for her April 21 episode, “Lost Souls.”

Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) finds an opportunity to escape from the Phantom Zone but it comes with some dangerous strings attached. Meanwhile, Lena (Katie McGrath) joins the Super Friends on a mission but finds she disagrees with their plan of action against the Phantoms and wonders if she is truly ready to be a part of the team. Alysse Leite-Rogers directed the episode written by Karen E. Maser & Nicki Holcomb (#604).

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Charmed

The Charmed Ones learn who was behind the Tomb of Chaos fiasco in the synopsis for “Bruja-Ha” airing April 19.

As the Charmed Ones (Melonie Diaz, Sarah Jeffery and Madeleine Mantock) try to contain what was unleashed from the Tomb of Chaos, they discover who created it…and why. Also starring Rupert Evans. Joe Gallagher directed the episode written by Joey Falco and Blake Taylor (#310).

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Batwoman

Tensions escalate between Batwoman and the Crows in the synopsis for “Arrive Alive” airing April 19.

With Batwoman (Javicia Leslie) and The Crows each hot on the trail of the False Face Society, their efforts collide, and tension escalates. Alice (Rachel Skarsten) seeks out Enigma (guest star Laura Mennell), and Sophie (Meagan Tandy) and Ryan find some common ground. Also starring Dougray Scott, Nicole Kang and Camrus Johnson. Mairzee Almas directed the episode written by Daniel Thomsen and Daphne Miles (episode #211).

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Invincible

Finally, Machine Head antagonises Titan in a new clip from this week’s episode of Invincible.

Invincible Would Like to Introduce You to the Concept of Daddy Issues

You can immediately feel the work that went into making Amazon’s new animated Invincible series feel like a tonally-accurate adaptation of the source material that highlights the show’s stellar cast. But the show arrives at a time when stories like the original comic and other narratives it drew inspiration from have...

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