New The Last of Us set pictures give us a glimpse at the game’s stars in the flesh. Netflix confirms its Pacific Rim anime will return for a second and final time next month. Plus, a familiar face returns on The Flash, and a look at The Hardy Boys’ season 2. Spoilers, away!
An alleged set photo of Aaron Taylor-Johnson as Kraven the Hunter has surfaced on social media—click through to see more.
According to Bloody-Disgusting, Robert Eggers’ The Northman has been rated “R” for “strong bloody violence, some sexual content and nudity.”
Bloody-Disgusting additionally reports Alex Garland’s Men has also been rated “R” for “disturbing and violent content, graphic nudity, grisly images, and language.”
Either The Yellow Wallpaper goes, or co-director/star Alexandra Loreth does in the trailer for this new film adaptation of Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s gothic horror story.
Harry Hamlin has joined the cast of The Mayfair Witches as Cortland Mayfair, the “current reigning patriarch of the Mayfair clan with a voracious appetite for more money, more power and more life, in his first series regular role in over two decades.” [Deadline]
Another new set photo presents a clear look at the live-action cast of The Last of Us—once again, click through to see.
Netflix Geeked also has a few new photos from the second and final season of Pacific Rim: The Black.
Gaynor learns a secret about Pat’s mom in the synopsis for “The Squirrel Knew,” the fifth episode of Shining Vale.
As Pat tries to get rid of Rosemary for good, she finds out that Terry has been keeping a horrifying secret from her; Gaynor learns a secret about Pat that will change how she views her mother forever.
Star Labs goes on lockdown in the trailer for “Phantoms,” next week’s episode of The Flash.
Flash TV News also has visual confirmation Sue Dearbon returns for the episode. Click through for more photos.
Nicky searches for a stolen car in the trailer for “Clementine,” next week’s episode of Kung Fu.
The Hardy Boys reveal they’ve been experiencing prophetic nightmares before Bayport’s big “Demon Day” parade in the trailer for their second season at Hulu.
Finally, the cast of Moon Knight (cryptically...) discuss the series in a new featurette, while Marc Spector disentombs a mummy in the what’s (arguably...) the show’s most bananas trailer yet.
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