We might know when to expect the return of Twin Peaks. Rob Liefield is crafting his own comic book cinematic universe. Duncan Jones talks what might have been for Warcraft 2. Plus, new looks at the cast of Time After Time and Riverdale, and a new clip from Agents of SHIELD. Behold, spoilers!
Time to ready up your salt shakers, because, of all places Terminator fan site Terminator Fans claims that one of the original four replicants from Blade Runner will return in the movie via the magic of CG, á la the recent cameos in Rogue One. Although the returning replicant is unidentified, the site says that their role in the film will be moderately substantial rather than just a one-and-done cameo, featuring at in “at least 10 shots or more”.
Meanwhile, Birth Movies Death claims sources close to production have confirmed that Deckard is hiding out in “what remains” of Los Angeles in the movie, before Ryan Gosling’s K finds him.
Rob Liefeld, Graham King, and Akiva Goldsmith are developing a series of interconnected movies based on Liefield’s work in the ‘90s-as-hell Extreme comics universe. In a press release, Liefeld stated:
Over the past nearly 25 years, since launching Image Comics, I’ve been lucky enough to see the power of these stories and characters as they’ve resonated with several generations of comic book fans. To now be able to work with Akiva Goldsman and Graham King, who are powerhouses in their own right, to bring these compelling characters and conflicts to life on the big screen is nothing short of a dream come true!
Although the odds of it happening are perhaps unlikely, Duncan Jones has shared a few of his plans for a sequel with an eager fan on Twitter.
Here are a trio of interviews with the cast and director, courtesy of Bloody Disgusting:
Here’s a very literal poster for the new movie.
Please be excited by the sight of Peter Parker leaping out of a Dell computer screen.
If you’d like to watch the previous Wonder Woman trailer with Russian dubbing and a different edit, this new international trailer will do you nicely.
The cast and crew discuss the return of Alice in a new featurette.
Showtime’s 2017 promo calendar seems to drop the hint that the show will return either April 30 or sometime in May, according to fan site Welcome to Twin Peaks.
However, the show will definitely not be airing at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, apparently. Following a report from Deadline stating that the series was looking to make an early premiere at the show, co-creator and writer Mark Frost took to twitter to quash the rumor:
Here’s a new promo for the second half of the season, announcing the show’s move to Tuesday nights.
A bunch of new cast photos for the series, about scifi author H.G. Wells chasing Jack the Ripper through time after Jack steals his time machine, have been released—you can find more at the link. [KSite TV]
And likewise, here’s some cast photos for the Archie Comics adaptation. You can see plenty more at the link. [KSite TV]
Finally, the plan to neutralize Aida goes awry in a new clip from “Broken Promises.”
Additional reporting by Gordon Jackson. Banner art by Jim Cooke.