James Gunn teases that he’s got a few DC Comics projects on the way. Chris Evans’ Buzz Lightyear leads the way in a new Lightyear clip. Harley Quinn gets even closer to teasing a season 3 release date. Plus, what’s coming on The Orville and Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. To me, my spoilers!
Avatar 2 producer Jon Landau described some of the new species we’ll meet on Pandora in a recent interview with Empire.
The idea was to create a creature that was on the scale of Pandora. A tulkun is, like, 300 feet long. They are a sentient species and as intelligent in their own way as the Na’vi are in theirs. [...] [A skimwing is] like a giant flying fish but keeps its trail in the water – its tail is its propulsion. The Metkayina [water tribe] and all the reef people use them as their military mounts when they’re going into combat. They can go 60 miles per hour for endless periods of time.
Zack Snyder shared intriguing test footage of a horned woman set to appear in Rebel Moon.
Netflix has released a first image from its live-action adaptation of the popular manga, Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead, in which a hapless 20-something tries to achieve everything on his “bucket list” before dying in the zombie apocalypse.
Lily Munster supports a lemonade stand in a new photo from Rob Zombie.
Zombie also revealed you can finally expect a Munsters teaser trailer sometime later today.
☠️ Finally! 🎥 Tomorrow! The official Munsters teaser trailer is coming your way! ☠️ #themunsters #robzombie #toanewworldofgodsandmunsters #sherimoonzombie #jeffdanielphillips #danroebuck
Predator blood makes striking war paint on the latest Prey poster.
Nope also enjoys five new motion posters courtesy of the film’s official Twitter.
Gorr admits Thor isn’t like “the other gods” in the latest Love & Thunder TV spot.
Tour guides discover the filming location of a classic horror movie is secretly a black ops organ harvesting site in the trailer for Terror Trips.
Brad Pitt and Sandra Bullock board a train full of Japanese assassins in the latest trailer for David Leitch’s Bullet Train.
Buzz holds a mission briefing to the best of his ability in a new clip.
Jamie Foxx, Chad Stahelski and J.J. Perry discuss their vampire movie Day Shift in a new featurette.
Not to be outdone, evil scientist Chris Hemsworth injects prison inmates with aphrodisiacs in a new clip from Spiderhead.
Rahul Kohli and Katie Parker stalk a scientist (Karen Gillan) claiming to have found a way to communicate with the dead in the trailer for Next Exit, co-starring iZombie’s Rose McIver.
Charlize Theron, Kerry Washington, Laurence Fishburne and Michelle Yeoh teach at a school for aspiring fairy tale characters in the trailer for Paul Feig’s latest, The School for Good and Evil.
Alice Krige becomes a vengeful, Freddy Krueger-esque revenant each time she falls asleep in the trailer for She Will, co-starring Rupert Everett and Malcolm McDowell.
Elsewhere, a “rag-tag group of heroes” must put a giant troll back to sleep before it destroys Norway in the trailer for Troll.
Netflix also has a teaser for Killer Book Club, in which the members of a book club are stalked and slashed by a killer in a clown mask.
An irresponsible laser tag team realize they must save the world from aliens in the trailer for Blasted.
A 13-year old girl (Raffiella Chapman) and her father (Eddie Marsan) must constantly bio-hack themselves to survive on Earth in the trailer for Vesper, coming to both theaters and VOD September 30.
James Gunn also confirmed to The Playlist that characters introduced in Peacemaker will reappear in future DC television projects, including an upcoming series he is writing and directing.
I am working very seriously on another DC project, where I’m very involved in the writing and the direction of it. There will be some blending of the characters from Peacemaker in the other shows I’m working on. And I’m involved with a couple of other [DC] things too.
Matt Duffer addressed the astronomical running time of Stranger Things’ season four finale in a recent interview with Empire.
The final episode has more FX shots than the entirety of Season 3. There’s an hour-long chunk in the final episode that just doesn’t stop. It’s the most complicated thing we’ve ever attempted to do. [It’s] all tension and dread, with a run-time that would be long even for a movie. Then – well, everything goes to hell…
Harley and Ivy return for a third season this summer, according to a beach photo.
Pike reunites with a lost to love to protect “a scientific holy child,” whatever the hell that means, in the synopsis for this week’s episode, “Lift Us Where Suffering Cannot Reach.”
A threat to an idyllic planet reunites Captain Pike with the lost love of his life. To protect her and a scientific holy child from a conspiracy, Pike offers his help and is forced to face unresolved feelings of his past.
Written by Robin Wasserman & Bill Wolkoff
Directed by: Andi Armaganian
Contrastingly, the Orville enters a “haunted house” in space in the trailer for this week’s episode.
A new feaurette goes behind-the-scenes of Sweet Tooth’s season two wrap party.
Finally, Motherland: Fort Salem draws to a close in the trailer for its third and final season.
Banner art by Jim Cook
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