The Uncharted movie loses its release date. Get new glimpses at Jumanji and Beauty and the Beast. Legends of Tomorrow reveals its Stargirl. Plus, behind the scenes on Spider-Man: Homecoming, what’s to come on Ash vs. Evil Dead, and a creepy new Westworld poster. To me, my spoilers!
Peter Parker hides in the shadows in this set picture shared by Tom Holland.
The Rock has shared concept art of his character from the film, Doctor Bravestone.
Get the briefest of dialogue snippets from the film’s table read in this sneak preview teaser.
The nebulous marketing for the next season of the show has been annoying at best, but it seems like the “theme” for the new season has finally emerged.
Fans have spotted TV listings in the latest print issue of TV Guide describing the show as American Horror Story: The Mist, the title of one of the many promos released ahead of the show’s return that revealed a Gollum-esque monster crawling out of mysterious mists (hence the title!). Whether that teaser, despite the shared name, actually has anything to do with the new season, still remains to be seen. [EW]
Good news! Both shows have been renewed for third seasons by Syfy. [Comicbook.com]
Zachary Levi’s Middle Man Productions is developing a new sci-fi thriller for NBC which focuses on a CIA agent trying to protect his family from a mysterious secret. [Deadline]
Synopses for the first two episodes of season two have been released. Here’s episode one, “Home”:
The Party in Jacksonville is over when Ash, Pablo and Kelly are summoned by Ruby back to Ash’s hometown to form an unlikely alliance. Ash’s dad Brock, and the local pub rats give a chilly welcome to the man who’s come to save them from the evil.
And here’s episode two, “The Morgue”:
Pablo’s grasp on reality is tested when Ruby reveals the Necronomicon has gifted him with premonitions. Meanwhile, in the morgue, Ash and Kelly discover Brock’s date might not be the warm body he’s banking on.
A new TV spot features a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it glimpse of Stargirl in action.
Finally, here’s a new poster for the show. [/Film]
Additional reporting by Gordon Jackson. Banner art by Jim Cooke.