Fede Alvarez teases his Texas Chainsaw Massacre follow-up. Work has begun on Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers and The Midnight Club. Henry Golding teases reshoots on Snake Eyes. Plus, what’s to come on Supergirl and The Flash. To me, my spoilers!
In a recent interview with Bloody-Disgusting, director Fede Alvarez described the next Texas Chainsaw Massacre film as “Old Man Leatherface,” suggesting it will follow the recent trend of sequel-ignoring follow-ups in the vain of 2018's Halloween.
It is a direct sequel, and it is the same character. It is old man Leatherface.
Production has officially begun on the live-action Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers movie.
Coming Soon reports production has additionally begun on Disney’s live-action Peter Pan.
/Film reports Blumhouse is producing eight new horror films exclusively for Pennyworth’s EPIX. The first in the series, A House on the Bayou, comes from writer-director Alex McAulay and is said to follow “a troubled couple and their preteen daughter who go on vacation to an isolated house in the Louisiana bayou to reconnect as a family. But when unexpected visitors arrive, their facade of family unity starts to unravel, as terrifying secrets come to light.”
Reshoots on Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins are currently underway according to actor Henry Golding on Youtube.
NFI has our first look at Tomb Raider director Roar Uthaug’s latest film about a giant troll attacking Norway.
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Kevin Feige hints that the show will utilize a location that was not “previously available” to Marvel Studios prior to the Disney-Fox merger:
There’s a setting in particular that people have already glimpsed in some of the trailers that is a setting from the Marvel Comics that was not previously available to us, but it’s more of an Easter egg in and of itself.
Previous set pictures included elements of the Madripoor flag as set dressing, suggesting that Feige is teasing the infamous Southeast Asian island nation home to many of the Marvel Comics universe’s most notorious gangs and lucrative business dealings—and has many ties to the X-Men.
TV Line has photos from the March 30 season premiere of Supergirl. Click through for more.
Production has officially begun on Mike Flanagan’s adaptation of Christopher Pike’s The Midnight Club.
Hulu has released a new trailer for the Duplass Bros.’s upcoming documentary series investigating a triple homicide allegedly committed by a Sasquatch.
Painkiller enjoys his own backdoor pilot in the promo for next week’s episode of Black Lightning.
Abra Kadabra returns in the trailer for next week’s episode of The Flash, “Central City Strong.”
Captain Luthor hunts Lois Lane in the trailer for next week’s episode of Superman & Lois.
Finally, the second season of Snowpiercer draws to a close in the trailer for March 29's two-hour finale.
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