James Gunn talks about Peacemaker’s approach to violence. Get a new look at James Wan’s horror film Malignant. Plus, more teases for what’s to come on Y: The Last Man, and Netflix nabs a new supernatural Korean thriller in Hellbound. Spoilers get!
Deadline reports Christopher Abbott has joined Emma Stone, Willem Defoe, Mark Ruffalo, and Ramy Youssef in the cast of Yorgos Lanthimos’ adaptation of Alasdair Gray’s Poor Things. The story follows Belle Baxter (Stone), “a young woman brought back to life by an eccentric, brilliant scientist” but with the brain of her own unborn child.
Bloody-Disgusting has a few dozen new photos from Dune. Click through for more. Make sure to keep an eye on io9 later today...
A new clip sees Shang-Chi take a tour of a super-powered fight club before going up against the Abomination.
Meanwhile, James Wan has fun with cameras, spatial relation, and architecture in the latest clip from Malignant.
Annie Wersching (Runaways, The Vampire Diaries) has been cast as the Borg Queen in the second season of Picard, taking over the role from Alice Krige (First Contact, Voyager season seven) and Susanna Thompson (Voyager seasons five and six).
James Gunn cast doubt on whether his Peacemaker series would receive a mere R-rating on Twitter, were it not a TV show on HBO Max.
Netflix released a new poster for Mike Flanagan’s latest Netflix series, Midnight Mass.
KSiteTV has photos from “Goodnight Elizabeth,” the September 6 episode of Roswell, New Mexico. Click through for more.
Yorick and 355 need a doctor in the synopsis for “Mann Hunt” airing on September 27.
Yorick and Agent 355 search for Dr. Allison Mann in war-torn Boston. Back in D.C., Jennifer hides the truth about Yorick from her political rivals. Written by: Tian Jun Gu Directed by: Mairzee Almas
AMC has released a three-minute trailer for the second (and final) season of The Walking Dead: World Beyond.
A teenager named Euthanasia brings her beetle-controlling mother back from the dead in two new trailers for Adult Swim’s latest series, Teenage Euthanasia.
Finally, ambassadors from Hell cast judgment on the living in the trailer for Hellbound, Yeon Sang-ho’s new “procedural drama” at Netflix based on a Korean webtoon.
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