The Uncharted movie casts some big names in mysterious roles. Jason Blum is plugging on ahead with a seventh Paranormal Activity. Get a new look at New Mutants’ spooky hospital in the latest TV spot. Plus, when we’ll learn the fate of Green Arrow and the Canaries, and what’s to come on The Walking Dead. Spoilers, away!
In conversation with Games Radar, Simon Pegg revealed he’s skeptical a fourth Star Trek film set in the Kelvin timeline will ever see the light of day.
The fact is, Star Trek movies don’t make Marvel money. They make maybe $500 million at the most, and to make one now, on the scale they’ve set themselves, is $200 million. You have to make three times that to make a profit. I don’t feel like the last one… They didn’t really take advantage of the 50th anniversary. The regimen at the time dropped the ball on the promo of the film.
And we’ve lost momentum. I think losing Anton [Yelchin] was a huge blow to our little family, and our enthusiasm to do another one might have been affected by that. So I don’t know.
Antonio Banderas has joined the cast of Ruben Fleischer’s Uncharted movie in a currently undisclosed role, as have Sophia Ali and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’s Tati Gabrielle. [Variety]
Appearing as a guest on The Evolution of Horror podcast, Jason Blum confirmed a seventh film in the Paranormal Activity franchise is currently in development with Chris Landon attached to produce.
We are doing a new Paranormal Activity, we have Chris Landon…he’s coming up with Paranormal Activity 7.
On a recent episode of the Happy Sad Confused podcast, Anya-Taylor Joy described Edgar Wright’s Last Night in Soho as a “really well-directed acid trip.”
Not to say much about the movie, but when I watch bits of it back in ADR or whatever I am disturbed. It’s very claustrophobic. The colors are so intense. It’s a really well-directed acid trip. I think people will really like it. You definitely will not be bored.
Bloody-Disgusting has the latest Bloodshot poster.
The New Mutants check into a hospital haunted by a Native American dream spirit in two new TV spots.
Emily Blunt walks into a trap in an extended clip from A Quiet Place Part II.
The Justice League turns to the occult in a new trailer for Apokolips War.
A zombie virus reaches an isolated Red Crow reservation in the latest trailer for Blood Quantum.
A cultist begins to receive nightmarish visions in the trailer for IFC Midnight’s The Other Lamb.
Rochelle Aytes has joined the cast of The Lost Boys as Jackie, a new incarnation of Dianne Wiest’s character, Lucy, described as “the single mother of Garrett and Levi” who has “just moved back to the North Carolina seaside town she abandoned more than 20 years ago. Now she’s returning to take over her dad’s bed and breakfast, and perhaps, rekindle an old high school flame.” [Deadline]
Green Arrow and the Canaries will-or-will-not receive a series order by May, according to Marc Guggenheim on Twitter.
According to creator Samuel Bodin on Instagram, Netflix has canceled the horror series Marianne after one season.
Filming has officially wrapped on Marvel’s WandaVision.
TV Line also has a poster and trailer for the third season of Siren.
Passengers aboard a “spectral bus” reach an unknown destination in the trailer for Netflix’s new horror series, Bloodride.
Black Lightning’s third season concludes in the trailer for next week’s episode, “The Book of War: Chapter Three: Liberation.”
Finally, Negan unsurprisingly remains a creep in a clip from “Morning Star,” next week’s episode of The Walking Dead.
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