Spider-Man: Far From Home casts a new friend for Peter Parker. A Bumblebee sequel is already in the works. Netflix wants to revive Unsolved Mysteries. Plus, a new look at Men in Black: International, and what’s to come on Supergirl and Gotham. We’re in the spoilsgame now!
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One thing fans rarely get to do with their favourite movies is visit the actual sets. Mostly that’s because they were built in a far-off, secluded film studio and destroyed before the movie even came out. But the idea of making that experience possible for fans is one of the seeds that breathed life into Alita: Battle Angel - Passport to Iron City.
Zoe Saldana and Karen Gillen say goodbye to their time on Avengers: Endgame. Star Trek: Discovery’s executive producer promises a lighter, more celebratory second season. The new Creepshow could be adapting a Stephen King story. Plus a ton of posters for Alita: Battle Angel, Hellboy and John Wick: Chapter 3. Hi-o spoilers, away!
Danny Glover has joined the Jumanji sequel. John Boyega offers a cryptic peek from his time on the Star Wars: Episode IX set. Mads Mikkelsen says Bryan Fuller is still trying to find a new home for Hannibal. Plus, new footage from The LEGO Movie 2, and what’s to come when Supernatural returns. Spoil-seid Is!
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are getting a movie reboot (again). There’s more rumours about who could be the villains of The Batman and Detective Pikachu. Get a look at Men In Black: International’s intergalactic agents. Plus, new Supergirl pictures, and what’s to come from the Roswell reboot. Spoilers away!
James Wan won’t produce the Resident Evil reboot after all. Thomas Mann teases what to expect from the live-action Lady and the Tramp adaptation. Gotham teases more death and destruction in its final season. Plus, a few more new snippets from Bumblebee, and what’s coming on Young Justice. Spoilers now!
Godzilla: King of the Monsters teases an epic kaiju showdown. Jessica Chastain promises to take on the X-Men in Dark Phoenix. The new Aladdin remake could be adding new songs to the animated classic’s iconic soundtrack. Plus, a new look at the Kim Possible movie, and what’s to come on Titans. Spoilers, away!
It’s been nearly a year since the first trailer for Alita: Battle Angel—directed by Robert Rodriguez, co-produced and co-written by James Cameron, the project’s longtime champion—startled us with the main character’s exaggerated, distractingly creepy eyes.
Who among The Mandalorian’s list of directors could direct which episodes? Vincent D’Onofrio once again stokes the flames of his desire to bring Wilson Fisk to the Marvel movies. Get your first look at the Pet Sematary remake. Plus, what’s to come on the CW’s returning genre shows. Spoilers, assemble!
You know. 'Tis the season. As part of a slew of movie release date updates, Fox just momentarily set the hearts of every Deadpool fan on fire by dating an "Untitled Deadpool Movie" for release on December 21, 2018. But, instead, it turns out the film is simply a re-release of Deadpool 2 -- and not the recent and altogether much more violent extended cut of the film.
Chris Pratt has more than one role in The LEGO Movie 2. Arrow has found its Longbow Hunters. Slow but steady process has been made on the Judge Dredd TV show. Plus, Geoff Johns teases Green Lantern Corps, and an amazing look at King of the Monsters’ Gidorah in action. Comic-Con may be over, but spoilers are forever!
Video: It’s been eight months since we first got a glimpse of Robert Rodriguez’s Alita: Battle Angel, and even now, the top point of discussion around the movie has been Alita’s giant, manga-inspired and very unsettling eyeballs. But the latest trailer has seemingly made some tweaks so that Alita’s cyborg shell looks a little less massively disconcerting.
Steven Spielberg says a Tintin sequel is in the works. Jeff Goldblum talks about returning as Ian Malcolm in Jurassic World: The Fallen Kingdom. Jed Whedon teases how Infinity War opens up a new world for Agents of SHIELD. Plus, get a look at Riverdale's musical episode, and Mark Hamill wants to be a spooky force ghost. Spoilers!
At some point in the production of every live-action adaptation of an illustrated franchise, creative teams have to go about the important business of choosing just how closely to hew to the aesthetic style of the source material. Staring into the lead character's disturbingly large eyes, it's safe to say Alita: Battle Angel's director Robert Rodriguez chose poorly.
A familiar villain is coming back to The Flash, but with a twist. Kevin Fiege talks about Dan Harmon's involvement in Doctor Strange. 12 Monkeys goes back to the future with some major new casting. Plus,new looks at Resident Evil: The Final Chapter and The Walking Dead, and new Power Rangers posters. Behold, Spoilers!