The cast of Netflix’s Spy Kids reboot expands. Batman: The Doom That Came to Gotham is getting an animated adaptation. Chukwudi Iwuji teases Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3's High Evolutionary. Plus, a look at Dan Harmon’s next animated series, and a new trailer for See’s final season. Spoilers away!
Billy Magnussen has joined the cast of Netflix’s Spy Kids reboot in a currently undisclosed role. According to Deadline, the new film is “set after the children of the world’s greatest secret agents unwittingly help a powerful game developer unleash a computer virus that gives him control of all technology, leading them to become spies themselves to save their parents and the world.”
Based on her outfit, newly leaked footage of Dakota Johnson on the set of Madame Web has fans speculating she’s been cast as the Julia Carpenter version of the character.
According to a recent panel at San Diego Comic Con, Tim Miller’s animated feature adaptation of Eric Powell’s The Goon will now premiere on Netflix. [/Film]
New Quantumania concept art unveiled at San Diego Comic Con reveals Cassie Lang’s Stature costume.
In conversation with Comic Book, Chukwudi Iwuji described his portrayal of the High Evolutionary in Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 3 as “a nice range of charming, crazy, arrogant” and “dangerous sociopath.”
Everyone’s favorite big game hunting alien race is mistaken for a bear in a new TV spot.
Deadline also reports Sarah Snook and Demi Lardner have joined the cast of Hulu’s animated superhero/vigilante comedy series, Koala Man. Snook will play Vicky, Koala Man’s wife “who thinks her husband Kevin is just going through a phase,” while Lardner joins as Alison, Koala Man’s daughter “who has an almost sociopathic preoccupation with being popular.”
BAD DREAMS - After being exposed to her own “alien-power mist,” Liz (Jeanine Mason) finds herself trapped in a fever dream and a battle to save not just her own life but Max’s (Nathan Dean) life as well. Meanwhile, Michael (Michael Vlamis) stumbles on a secret Rosa (Amber Midthunder) is keeping involving a surprising former adversary. The series also stars Lily Cowles, Tyler Blackburn, Michael Trevino and Heather Hemmens. Michael Trevino directed the episode written by Leah Longoria & Onalee Hunter Hughes (409).
A couple is “terrorized by a cryptic visitor” in the synopsis for “Aura,” the July 28 episode of American Horror Stories.
After moving into a new home, a married couple is terrorized by a cryptic visitor. Written by Manny Coto; directed by Max Winkler.
A trailer for Dan Harmon’s animated series set in ancient Greece premiered at San Diego Comic Con.
Finally, Jason Momoa kicks still more ass in the trailer for the third and final season of See.
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