A new rumor suggests Marvel might be looking to break some interesting ground with its Eternals movie. Get another new look at Hellboy’s crimson-clad villain. More rumors hint at bad news for New Mutants. Plus, Kevin Feige’s already teasing Captain Marvel 2, and what’s to come on Doom Patrol. Spoilers, away!
Elisabeth Moss is currently in talks to star in Leigh Whannell’s remake of The Invisible Man for Warner Bros. Variety says, “Sources also indicate that Johnny Depp, who was originally tapped to play the title character, will not be involved.” The Dark Universe...sort of not really lives?
A new report from That Hashtag Show alleges that Marvel is looking to cast “an openly gay male” actor between the ages of 30-49, who “physically looks like a superhero” for one of the film’s lead roles.
Guillermo del Toro is slated to write and direct an original film titled Zanbato for J.J. Abrams and Bad Robot. According to Collider, the film centers around “a young girl (between 10-15) with lethal fighting skills” — however, the report inspired del Toro himself to clarify on Twitter that the film is “not a ninja project,” adding, “But...there are ninjas in it.”
Speaking with Screen Rant, Kevin Feige stated Marvel’s ideas for a potential sequel have been “pretty amazing.”
The making of a first film is in some ways a brainstorm on the future and on what can be. So what it will be again is not clear. But what it could be is pretty amazing.
Meanwhile, THR has word the long-promised reshoots on The New Mutants have yet to occur and are still unscheduled to happen.
Meanwhile, Kevin Smith shared our first look at his Jay & Silent Bob Reboot, including a darker, grittier interpretation of Smith’s unrealized Flash Gordon homage, Ranger Danger.
Dumbo “soars to new heights” (allegedly) in a new featurette from Disney.
IMAX has released an official trailer for Avengers: Endgame, which is just a side-by-side comparison of an IMAX screen versus a standard theater. Think of all the extra spaceship floor you’d be missing out on without it!
We also have a trailer for Master of Dark Shadows, a new documentary narrated by Ian McShane on Dan Curtis and Dark Shadows, featuring interviews with Alan Ball, Whoopee Goldberg, William F. Nolan, Barbara Steele and more.
CBR reports Mark Sheppard has joined the cast of Doom Patrol as the magician Willoughby Kipling, “a drunk, angry Englishman” not to be confused with John Constantine. You can see him in action in the promo for this week’s episode, “Cult Patrol.”
After Mel and Maggie switch bodies, Macy turns to the Elders for guidance in photos from Charmed’s March 17 episode, “Switches & Stones.” More available at KSiteTV.
Finally, Oliver assists Emiko on a ballistics report in a clip from tonight’s episode, “Brothers & Sisters.”
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