We are really starting off this new year with good horror:Takashi Shimizu, the director of The Grudge, returns with a trailer for his newest film, Immersion, which looks incredibly prescient and haunting. There’s also a trailer for Wolfkin, which looks like my new favorite werewolf film. Don’t forget that The Bad Batch comes out today! Get to your stations, spoilers ahead!
According to a new rumor from Puck News, Aaron Taylor-Johnson recently met with Barbara Broccoli about succeeding Daniel Craig in the role of James Bond. Reportedly, “the meeting went well.”
Bruce Campbell personally introduced a sneak peek of the Evil Dead Rise trailer releasing later today on Twitter.
A deadly mist blankets the Earth in the trailer for Cora, the latest film from Sonny Laguna & Tommy Wiklund (Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich) starring Felicia Rylander, Thomas Lennon and Michael Paré.
A single mother fears her violent son could become a werewolf in the trailer for Wolfkin.
We also have a teaser trailer for Immersion, the latest horror film from Takashi Shimizu (The Grudge) in which “mysterious deaths befall employees of a VR-tech company. There’s an unprecedented fear waiting between reality and the virtual world...”
Jon Cryer confirmed he wasn’t asked back to play Lex Luthor in Superman & Lois season three.
TV Line reports David Ramsey’s John “Spartan” Diggle, Keiynan Lonsdale’s Wally “Kid Flash” West and Sendhil Ramamurthy’s Ramsey “Boodwork” Rosso are all confirmed to return for the final season of The Flash.
Additionally, the show’s official Twitter has released a new poster.
Ben leaps into the body of a doctor tending victims of a train crash in the trailer for next week’s episode of Quantum Leap.
Toho Animation has released another trailer for its upcoming Trigun reboot, Trigun Stampede.
Finally, The Bad Batch vow to fight the Empire and help the helpless in a final trailer for today’s new season.
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