There’s new reports of some sneaky spies coming to Marvel’s Secret Invasion. Get a look at Paramount’s latest Spongebob spinoff. Loki teases more chaos and costume changes than you can shake a dagger at. Plus, Disney+ Moon Knight set pictures. Spoilers get!
During a recent interview with news.com.au, Sam Neill stated he’s “completely baffled” by his role in the new Thor movie.
I’ve never understood any of the Thor films, in fact the whole Marvel universe is a complete mystery to me. I mean I was standing beside Jenny Morris (on the set of Thor: Ragnarok) and I said, ‘Do you know what planet we’re on?’ To be honest I was completely baffled, I came back I was baffled again, I did my bit, I don’t know who are playing who exactly because they are sort of swapping roles.
Harrison Ford has arrived in the U.K. to film Indiana Jones 5.
On reddit, photos from the set reveal a castle under construction in Switzerland.
According to a new report from The Illuminerdi, Carmen Ejogo has joined the cast of Secret Invasion as “a powerful leader with a ‘spy’ feel” who hails from “the same world as Sam Jackson’s Nick Fury.” The Ronin additionally reports the series films this fall in the U.K. under the working title “Jambalaya.”
Spoiler TV also has set photos from the Oscar Isaac-starring Moon Knight, including the exterior of a tavern called “The Ugly Bear.” Head over there to take a look.
Marvel has released another quick Loki teaser with the tagline “mischief is unpredictable.”
We also have a...TikTok ad showcasing Loki’s various costumes.
Eric Kripke shared this poster from Vought International for a Seven-inspired hamburger.
In conversation with Collider, Joe Henderson revealed the series finale of Lucifer is also its “most expensive episode” ever.
And though it is by far probably the most intimate season we’ve done, it also has the most expensive episode we’ve ever made. So, we’ve still got plenty of spectacle. If you think the Season 5 finale [was big], our Season 6 finale...cost us more. I’ll leave that to interpretation.
Finally, Patrick Star gets his own talk show in the trailer for the upcoming SpongeBob Squarepants spinoff at Paramount+.
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