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Lucy Boynton and singer Rita Ora are also in the running for female lead role of Iris West, alongside the previously reported Kiersey Clemons, according to The Hollywood Reporter’s Borys Kit.
Here’s a bunch of new clips from the film.
Yahoo has a new clip from the film.
Kirk makes a few quipsin this new TV spot.
Even more clips! Chases and intrigue abound.
Rick Flag lays down the ground rules in a new international trailer.
Harley’s baseball bat, from every angle!
EW also has character portraits for all the leads as part of their cover story for the film. See the rest here.
The film’s Chinese social media account has shared a message seemingly indicating a sequel is on the way—unsurprising, given the film’s massive success in the country—but nothing has been confirmed yet.
Here’s a trailer for a weird new killer bed movie. Hardly the first!
It wouldn’t be the run-up to a new season of Doctor Who without rumors of its main actor departing the show. This time British tabloid The Mirror—responsible for the previous rumors circulating about Capaldi’s departure in the wake of Jenna Coleman leaving the show—claims that Peter Capaldi isn’t just on his way out, but that he could be replaced by his predecessor, Matt Smith.
The idea of a ‘degeneration’ is already patently ridiculous, even more so when the information is derived from a hodgepodge of comments outgoing showrunner Steven Moffat has made recently, including in the latest issue of Doctor Who magazine, in which he remarks that Matt Smith has been open about his willingness to return to the show:
[Matt is] quite open about how much he misses it, and how much he wishes he hadn’t left.
But not to take it over again—especially unlikely considering Peter Capaldi has confirmed the BBC asked him to continue on past Moffat’s exit next year. It’s best to regard this as extremely speculative, if not complete nonsense, for now.
The show has been canceled by Syfy. [The Hollywood Reporter]
Finally, Fish Mooney Returns/Rises/Is Forever in a new behind-the-scenes still from the third season.
Additional reporting by Gordon Jackson. Banner art by Jim Cooke.