A party gathers to venture forth in the new Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves poster. Get a look at Syfy’s mysterious new space series The Ark. The Flash teases the beginning of the end. Plus, new footage from Puss in Boots: The Last Wish. Spoilers get!
Variety reports Michelle Yeoh has joined the cast of Wicked as Madame Morrible, “the headmistress of Crage Hall at Shiz University.”
Deadline reports Shawnee Smith is in talks to reprise her role as Amanda Young in Saw 10. The outlet additionally reports Synnøve Macody Lund, Steven Brand, and Michael Beach have joined the cast in undisclosed roles.
According to Bloody-Disgusting, a second remake of the 1982 slasher film, Unhinged, is now in development from Winnie the Pooh: Bloody and Honey producer Scott Jeffrey. In a press release, Jeffrey promised the new take will remain “very close” to the original film about a group of concert-bound students taking refuge in a spooky house, “but sprinkled in a modern setting” with an additional “shocking twist.” Ella Starbuck, Betsy-Blue English, Sian Altman, Toby Wynn-Davies, and Chloe Kar are attached to star. Click here for thetrailer to the 1982 original and then here for the 2017 version.
In conversation with Collider, Melissa Barrera stated Scream 6 is “potentially a hundred times gorier” than 2022's Scream.
There was a saying on set because (directors) Matt [Bettinelli-Olpin] and Tyler [Gillett] were always asking for more blood and more sweat. They always just wanted more. ‘More blood spritz’ was the saying because they would just always want more. With the last Scream, they were tip-toeing and trying to be very respectful of what the franchise had been, up until that point, and keeping their inner gory dreams at bay. But with this one, they were like, ‘We’re going all out.’ It’s potentially a hundred times gorier.
M. Night Shyamalan’s Knock at the Cabin has been rated “R” for “violence and language.” [Bloody-Disgusting]
Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves has a new poster.
A woman takes road a trip in an attempt to put distance between herself and an undead stalker in the trailer for Jethica, a modern interpretation of Lucille Fletcher’s The Hitch-Hiker.
A sarcastic orange cat’s get-rich-quick scheme is unraveled at both ends in the trailer for The Amazing Maurice, an adaptation of the book by Terry Pratchett starring Hugh Laurie, Emilia Clarke, Himesh Patel, Gemma Arterton, David Thewlis, Joe Sugg, Ariyon Bakare, Rob Brydon, and Hugh Bonneville.
Puss in Boots gets a death sentence from his veterinarian, pretends he’s a dog, and meets Florence Pugh in three clips from The Last Wish.
According to Spoiler TV, Foundation has been “quietly renewed” for a third season at Apple TV+.
Spoiler TV also has titles for the first five episodes of The Flash’s ninth and final season, although it’s a touch more likely that episode three is actually titled “Rogues of War.”
Episode 9.01 - Wednesday Ever After
Episode 9.02 - Hear No Evil
Episode 9.03 - Rouges of War
Episode 9.04 - Mask of the Red Death, Part One
Episode 9.05 - Mask of the Red Death, Part Two
Photos of Dafne Keen, Lee Jung-jae, Dean-Charles Chapman, an unidentified Zabrak, and a Wookiee—the latter of which could potentially be a Jedi, given the coloration of their robes—on the set of Star Wars: The Acolyte have appeared online.
HBO Max has also released another poster for The Last of Us.
Spoiler TV has our first look at Hulu’s new animated series Koala Man. More at the link.
Spoiler TV also has a few new photos from Syfy’s The Ark. Click through to see the rest.
We also have our first look at Hello Tomorrow!, a “retro-futurist dramedy” starring Billy Crudup, Hank Azaria, and Allison Pill, about a company that sells lunar timeshares.
The Doom Patrol must prevent “the impending ass-pocalypse” in a new “this season on...” trailer for season four.
Finally, Sonic meets an incarnation of Tails from a much darker timeline in a new clip from Sonic Prime.
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