Is another Witcher spinoff on the way? Terry Matalas won’t stop talking about his plans for a potential Star Trek: Legacy spinoff. Could another familiar Clone Wars face return for Ahsoka? Plus, what’s coming on the final season of Nancy Drew. Spoilers, away!
During a recent appearance at the Dell Tech World conference, James Cameron stated he’s writing a new Terminator movie, but reportedly “wants to see” how recent innovations in A.I. “shake out” before finishing.
According to Rolling Stone, Greta Gerwig’s Barbie will feature music from Ava Max, Charli XCX, Dominic Fike, Fifty Fifty, Gayle, Haim, Ice Spice, Kali, Karol G, Khalid, Lizzo, Nicki Minaj, PinkPantheress, Ryan Gosling, Tame Impala and The Kid Laroi.
Rotten Tomatoes has posters of Jason Schwartzman, Scarlett Johansson and Tom Hanks’ characters in Wes Anderson’s Asteroid City.
We also have a new poster for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Madness, which, as recently reported, will include a musical score by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross.
Anthony Ramos meets Mirage, Bumblebee, Arcee and Optimus Prime in a new clip from Transformers: Rise of the Beasts.
Elsewhere, The Spot continues his struggle with an ATM in a new clip from Across the Spider-Verse.
A man’s new fiancé turns into his late mother—literally—in the trailer for Mother, May I? starring Kyle Gallner and Holland Roden.
According to a new report from One Takes News, Temuera Morrison will return as The Clone Wars’ Captain Rex in the upcoming Ahsoka series at Disney+.
Relatedly, casting director Sophie Holland revealed there will only be a “short gap” between the filming of The Witcher’s fourth and fifth seasons during a recent interview with Deadline.
We’re just about to start filming on season four with Liam Hemsworth and there will be a short gap then we go straight into season five.
People Magazine reports Melanie Lynskey’s husband, Jason Ritter, “will eventually make an appearance” on Yellowjackets despite having his cameo in season two cut.
However, co-creator Ashley Lyle revealed the show’s writing staff spent “one day” working on season three before participating in the WGA strike.
HBO’s head of drama, Francesca Orsi, also revealed to Deadline that production on the second season of The Last of Us likely won’t begin until 2025. Orsi additionally stated Craig Mazin is somehow “taking a big swing” with the Clickers moving forward.
There will be a couple of new pieces of casting, which I can’t get into. And of course, there isn’t much that we can go into on The Last of Us, given that Craig can’t really initiate in any meaningful way from a writing or casting standpoint. But he and Neil have a good sense of what it is that he’s going to be taking on. We’ll be moving the show from Calgary to Vancouver. All I can say is he’s taking a big swing from both an entertainment standpoint, related to the clickers, but also just the more nuanced, complex character dynamic between our characters, Joel, Ellie and beyond.
In conversation with Comic Book, Terry Matalas stated his hypothetical follow-up series to the third season of Star Trek: Picard would be a “mix-and-match” of single episode stories and ongoing arcs.
I think it could be a mix-and-match. Again, let me be clear: there’s nothing in development. It’s just an exciting pie-in-the-sky idea. But it would mix and match. But I would love to go back to the spirit of Star Trek: The Next Generation quite a bit. This last season of Picard is not Season 8 of Star Trek: The Next Generation. It’s more Star Trek 11. It’s a movie. The characters are much closer to their cinematic versions than they are Star Trek: The Next Generation versions of their characters. I would love to go back to the spirit of Star Trek: The Next Generation as much as you can, but we’d have to see if it would be possible. Who knows?
Netflix has released a new poster for its live-action One Piece series.
Nancy Drew steals a bag of teeth in a new trailer for her final season at the CW.
Finally, a helpful new character is introduced in a clip from this week’s episode of Unicorn: Warriors Eternal.
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