Superman & Lois gives Clark a supersuit upgrade in season three. Titania takes New York in new She-Hulk ads. Plus, what’s coming on Archer and the return of Kung Fu. Spoilers, away!
According to The Wrap, Jacob Lofland (The Maze Runner) has landed “a key Arkham Asylum role according to an individual with knowledge of the project.”
Bloody-Disgusting also has an official track listing for the Halloween Ends soundtrack:
1. Where Is Jeremy?
2. Halloween Ends (Main Title)
3. Laurie’s Theme Ends
4. The Cave
5. Drags To The Cave
6. Evil Eyes
8. Because of You
9. Requiem For Jeremy
10. Kill The Cop
11. Corey and Michael
12. Corey’s Requiem
13. The Junk Yard
14. Where Are You?
15. Bye Bye Corey
16. The Fight
17. Before Her Eyes
18. The Procession
19. Cherry Blossoms
20. Halloween Ends (End Titles)
Meanwhile, an ominous track titled “The Procession” from the end of the film is now available to stream on Youtube:
A24 revealed a third installment in Ti West’s X/Pearl saga is already in development.
A method actor (Timothy Granaderos) preparing for an upcoming role takes lessons in demonology from Radha Mitchell in the trailer for Devil’s Workshop, also starring Emile Hirsch.
DC Daily has our first look at Superman’s new suit in season three.
Hot on the heels of her lawsuit against Jennifer Walters, supervillain Titania was recently spotted on the streets of New York City.
Spoiler TV has a synopsis for “Best of Enemies,” next week’s episode of Resident Alien.
Harry has an unexpected partner as he tries to infiltrate a military base to find his alien baby.
A vampire assassin is after Reginald in the synopsis for his fifth episode, “Fools in Love,” airing November 2.
Angela hires an infamous vampire assassin and aims her at Reginald. Reginald will not see her coming.
Archer makes a couple of baking puns in the synopsis for “Dough, Ray, and Me,” airing October 12.
Archer and the gang knead proof in order to temper expectations and ice the mission. Written by Mark Ganek.
Finally, KSiteTV has photos from “Shifu,” the third season premiere of Kung Fu airing October 5 on the CW. Click through to see the rest.