Idina Menzel sings in a new look at Disenchanted. Go behind the scenes of David Harbour’s holiday horror movie Violent Night. Plus, the return of Escape From New York is on the cards, and learn what’s coming on the penultimate episode of Stargirl. To me, my spoilers!
According to a new report from Giant Freakin Robot, Kurt Russell will return for a third Snake Plissken movie from Scream directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin, Tyler Gillett, and Chad Villella.
Meanwhile, Coming Soon reports Lionsgate is attached to produce a movie based on Sega’s 1991 Streets of Rage beat ‘em up video game franchise, which will be written by John Wick’s Derek Kolstad.
Sylvester Stallone also confirmed to ComicBook that he’ll return to voice King Shark in future DC projects.
Yes, for sure. I think James has been very generous… He and I are pretty tight. So if there’s an opportunity… I love him, he’s great.
According to FilmRatings.com, Shazam! Fury of the Gods has been rated PG-13 for “sequences of action and violence, and language.”
Relatedly, Rob Savage’s adaptation of Stephen King’s The Boogeyman has also been rated PG-13 for “terror, violent content, teen drug use, and some strong language.”
Idina Menzel performs “Love Power” in the latest TV spot for Disenchanted.
David Harbour takes us behind the scenes of his “violent Santa Claus movie” in a new featurette for Violent Night.
Doom Patrol takes a page from Hieronymous Bosch on a new poster for season four, courtesy of Spoiler TV.
Coming Soon also has a poster for the new National Treasure TV series at Disney+.
Spoiler TV has photos from this week’s series finale of The Walking Dead. Click through to see the rest.
Spoiler TV also has photos from “Rag Trade,” this week’s episode of Pennyworth. More at the link.
Finally, Starman reclaims his staff from Courtney in the trailer for “The Last Will and Testament of Sylvester Pemberton,” the penultimate episode of Stargirl.
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