Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City hints at another iconic video game foe. The Flash and Snowpiercer tease their returns. Matt Ryan returns to Legends of Tomorrow, but not as we know him. Plus, a new look at the next Batwoman. Spoilers get!
According to a new report from Comic Book, foreign ticket site Ingress alleges that Spider-Man: No Way Home runs 159 minutes long—which would make it the second-longest MCU film behind Avengers: Endgame, if true.
Jamie Clayton, who has been cast as Pinhead in the upcoming Hellraiser reboot, posted a video of the film’s make-up team taking a preparatory cast of her own head on Instagram.
Marvel has now released a text-heavy video giving the lowdown on the Deviants: “an ancient race of monstrous predators that wipe out the intelligent lifeforms of each planet they inhabit.”
Okay, so...in the trailer for this Czech, stop-motion film, a mouse who accidentally shit herself in front of her peers attempts to make up for it by harassing a neighboring fox, but somehow gets them both killed in the process. The mouse and fox befriend each other in the afterlife, but then win a celestial carnival game together, and so are returned to Earth in opposite bodies. It’s The Fox and the Hound meets All Dogs Go to Heaven!
On a planet that shouldn’t exist, the Doctor and her friends face a battle to survive.
Even with the guidance of their hologram advisor Janeway, the crew of the U.S.S. Protostar is tested when their ship is on a dangerous cosmic collision course.
Written by: Chad Quandt
Directed by: Alan Wan
The third season of Snowpiercer will premiere Monday, January 24 on TNT.
Comic Book has a new poster for “Armageddon”—The Flash’s upcoming season premiere/start of the latest crossover event.
Vera Farmiga is confirmed to play Kate’s mom, Eleanor Bishop, in a new TV spot for Hawkeye.
Batwoman unloads Professor Pyg’s latest murder on Alice in the trailer for next week’s episode, “A Lesson From Professor Pyg.”
Finally, Matt Ryan returns as a brand-new character in the trailer for next week’s episode of Legends of Tomorrow—“It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad Mad Scientist”.
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