Posted on Saturday, October 17th, 2015 by Ethan Anderton
Best Stories of the Week is a round-up of the previous week’s best and biggest stories, from news to editorials to trailers.
In this edition, we’ve got word on Donald Trump hosting Saturday Night Live, an actress lined up to play Batgirl in the LEGO Batman movie, a new stop-motion film from Wes Anderson, two versions of The Hateful Eight, new details on King Kong meeting Godzilla and a prequel to Die Hard.
We’ve also got trailers for the second season of Daredevil, the new Cameron Crowe series Roadies, Bill Murray‘s Christmas special on Netflix and a couple more.
See all the Best Stories of the Week after the jump!
#30. Robert Rodriguez to Direct Alita: Battle Angel for James Cameron
Planet Terror and From Dusk Til Dawn director Robert Rodriguez will be at the helm of Alita: Battle Angel for producer James Cameron. Find out what we know about the project so far right here.
#29. New Tease for Netflix Comedy Series W/ Bob & David
The series premieres on Netflix on November 13th.
#28. Fear Street to Follow Goosebumps to the Big Screen
Following in the footsteps of R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps, the young adult horror series Fear Street that arrived before the more popular children’s book series will be heading to the big screen as well. Find out more in our original story.
#27. Race Trailer: Jesse Owens Runs for Respect and Equality
The drama arrives on February 19th, 2016.
#26. LEGO 4D to Continue The LEGO Movie at Legoland
The LEGO Movie 4D A New Adventure will hit Legoland in January of 2016, featuring a new adventure that includes characters like Emmet and Wyldstyle from The LEGO Movie. Get more details right here.
#25. Cameron Crowe’s First Series Roadies Get a Trailer
The series arrives next summer on Showtime.
#24. How Did This Get Made: John Travolta’s Perfect
The How Did This Get Made podcast focuses on John Travolta’s Perfect this time. Check out our extensive companion piece for the episode right here.
#23. Y: The Last Man Getting a TV Series Adaptation
The graphic novel that struggled to make it to movie theaters will now be told on the small screen instead. FX is developing a TV series adaptation of the sci-fi story, and you can find out more in our original story.