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Scary Stories

Cody Meirick’s upcoming documentary on Alvin Schwartz’s Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is now slated for a July 16 release date. Bloody-Disgusting has the film’s poster.

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Us

Lupita N’Yongo and Elisabeth Moss hype Jordan Peele’s direction in the latest featurette. Our early review is here in case you missed it.


Pet Sematary

Rachel meets her undead daughter in another new clip from Bloody-Disgusting.


Star Trek: Discovery

Surprising no one who’s seen “The Menagerie,” or recalled the fact that Captain Pike is only temporarily assigned to the Discovery, Deadline reports both Anson Mount and Rebecca Romijn are slated to leave the series by the end of season two.

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Raised By Wolves

Deadline also has word Matias Varela has joined the cast of Ridley Scott’s sci-fi colony drama Raised By Wolves as Lucius, “a loyal soldier, who is trying to make up for the perceived failings of his father, a man whose sense of kindness and mercy were his ultimate undoing. Lucius is so committed to reversing his father’s legacy, that he devotes himself to serving the very man who executed him, a man he believes may be a savior to his people.”

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Warrior Nun

Meanwhile, Alba Baptista has been cast as series’ lead Ava in Warrior Nun, a live-action adaptation of the comic book series Warrior Nun Areala for Netflix. Concerning a demon-hunting teenager with a magical artifact implanted in her spine, Warrior Nun will co-star Toya Turner as the ultimate nun, Shotgun Mary, Tristan Ulloa as Father Vincent, the leader of a secret order called “The Cruciform Sword,” and Thekla Reuten as Jillian Salvius, a tech CEO “that could make religion obsolete.” Kristina Tonteri-Young, Lorena Andrea and Emilio Sakarya have also been cast as Sister Beatrice, Sister Lilith, and JC, “the charismatic leader of a group of alluring criminals,” respectively.

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Sliders

Speaking with Flickering Myth at Toronto Comicon over the weekend, John Rhys-Davies revealed he and Jerry O’Connell are now “talking to NBC” about a potential Sliders reboot.

Jerry had been pestering me for a number of years and we’re actually talking to NBC at the moment to see if there’s any possibility of rebooting the series They’re looking into the basic question of who actually owns it? At the moment we don’t seem to be able to find that out.”

I would do it again, if just to show how it should be done. It could have been the best show on television, it could still be on the air. I think maybe if we got another chance at doing it with the new technology, but also new stories, I think we could do something quite extraordinary. I wouldn’t want to do it for the rest of my life, but I would do it for a season or two if it was right.

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Santa Clarita Diet

Bloody-Disgusting has a few new photos from the season three premiere of Santa Clarita Diet. More at the link.

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She-Ra and the Princesses of Power

Here’s the new poster for the second season of Netflix’s She-Ra.

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American Gods

Wednesday has a meeting with Argus in the trailer for next week’s episode, “Muninn.” Check out our recap for episode two!


Shadowhunters

Several members of the team have their own respective crises of faith in the promo for next week’s episode of Shadowhunters, “To the Night Children.”


Supergirl

Finally, Lex Luthor teams with Supergirl’s Russian clone in the trailer for “The House of L” next week’s episode of Supergirl.


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