Even more Spider-Man: No Way Home footages teases its villainous mashup. Joe Madureira’s Battle Chasers’ could be coming to TV. Plus, there’s good news for Invasion, and we’ve got a new look at Snowpiercer’s third season. To me, my spoilers!
Elsewhere, Brie Larson teased her return as Captain Marvel in a new Instagram post.
Deadline reports Tristar and Sam Raimi’s Ghost House Pictures will produce You’re Dead Helene, a feature based on Michiel Blanchart’s short film of the same title. The story concerns a man who decides to break-up with the ghost of his dead girlfriend.
Bloody-Disgusting has our first look at Vampirus, a film about “a young vampire who joins an unlikely ally to hunt prey during the coronavirus quarantine.” Click through to have a look.
IMAX has released its own Spider-Man: No Way Home TV spot highlighting the film’s copious villains.
During WWII, Mickey Rourke leads a platoon pursued through the Black Forest by a gut-munching demon in the trailer for Warhunt, available on demand January 21.
Netflix has also released another short teaser for Henry Selick’s new stop-motion film starring Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key.
According to Deadline, Alcon Television Group is developing a live-action TV series based on Joe Madureira’s Battle Chasers written and produced by John Wick’s Derek Kolstad. “Set in an arcane punk world,” the series will follow “a ragtag group of heroes: a disgraced, heartbroken swordsman, a cynical thief, a cranky wizard, a war machine with a kind heart, and a young girl whose missing father left her a pair of powerful magic gloves well beyond her capabilities. They must come together, despite their many, many differences, to stop a dark force rising in the land.”
Invasion has been renewed for a second season at Apple TV+. [Spoiler TV]
Tilly and Adira lead a team of cadets in the synopsis for “All Is Possible” — tonight’s episode of Star Trek: Discovery.
Tilly and Adira lead a team of Starfleet Academy cadets on a training mission that takes a dangerous turn. Meanwhile, Burnham is pulled into tense negotiations on Ni’Var.
Written by: Alan McElroy & Eric J. Robbins
Directed by: John Ottman
TNT has released a new trailer for the third season of Snowpiercer.
Finally, a new Dexter featurette discusses Batista’s surprise return.
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