Updates From Marvel's Loki, DC's Naomi, and More

The clock’s ticking for the Laufeyson.
The clock’s ticking for the Laufeyson.
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Martin Freeman ponders his return for Black Panther 2. Godzilla and Kong get ready to rumble in even more Godzilla vs. Kong pictures. DC swears its BizarroTV anthology could still happen. Plus, Ryan Murphy teases the arrival of the next American Horror Story title. To me, my spoilers!

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Black Panther 2

During a recent interview with Collider, Martin Freeman confirmed he’ll reprise his role as Everett K. Ross in Black Panther 2.

Yeah, I am doing the second Black Panther. I’m going to be speaking to Ryan Coogler soon about what shape that’s going to look like. I have no idea about the script [so] I don’t know what’s going to happen. Just before Chadwick died, if my memory serves correctly, the script had gone in. They had the script and they were working on the script, and then Chadwick died, and [I] sort of immediately thought, ‘Oh, okay, I could see a world where there’s no Black Panther then, because how can you do a Black Panther without Black Panther?’ So, I still don’t know what that’s going to look like. And no, obviously, before Chad died, the idea of doing it without him would have been a stupid idea. It would have been crazy. It was very shocking, and still is very, very strange, that he is not here. So, I’m as curious as you are to see what that will look like and I find out quite soon. All I know is that I’m in it.


The Stairs

Bloody-Disgusting reports John Schneider, Kathleen Quinlan, Adam Korson, Brent Bailey, and Stacey Oristano will star in The Stairs, a horror film about the disappearances surrounding a mysterious staircase deep in the forest. Hmm, we wonder if they read /nosleep.


Godzilla vs Kong

Bloody-Disgusting also has several new images from Godzilla vs Kong. Head over there to see the rest.

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Doors

An astronaut (Josh Peck) encounters multiple doppelgangers in a clip from the upcoming horror anthology, Doors.


Naomi

Kaci Walfall has been cast as the titular character in Ava DuVernay’s Naomi adaptation at the CW. Cranston Johnson, Camila Moreno, and Alexander Wraith will co-star.

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Supergirl

Deadline reports Roswell’s Jason Behr and Claude Knowlton have joined the cast of Supergirl’s final season. Knowlton will play “a mild mannered alien whose tragic past allows him to help the Superfriends with their mission at hand” while Behr has been cast as a “famous or noted Kryptonian who plays a significant role helping Kara when she faces circumstances beyond her control.” The names of each character are being kept under wraps.

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BizarroTV

According to TV Line there are no updates at this time on DC’s “mixed-media anthology series” BizarroTV—however, “it eventually coming to be is not off the table.”

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Loki

Disney+ has released the first poster for its upcoming Loki series.

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American Horror Story

The official title of American Horror Story’s tenth season will be announced later today.

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Resident Alien

Finally, Lost’s Terry O’Quinn comes to Resident Alien in the trailer for next week’s episode.


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DISCUSSION

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Loki wearing that power-neutralizer collar (I’m assuming that that’s what it is) makes me wonder about whether the MCU is ever going to get into how they’re supposed to work at all, especially with someone like Wanda Maximoff (she’s wearing one at the end of Captain America: Civil War) or, you know, an actual god. How do/would they work against magic? Do they scan for something that science can’t explain and tase the person so that they stop casting spells or whatever? Is it really just to keep the normies from freaking out around supervillains and they actually don’t work?