Posted on Friday, July 17th, 2015 by Ethan Anderton
Now that we’re fully recovered from the madness that was Comic-Con 2015, it’s time to look back at the week that followed with the Best Stories of the Week.
This round-up includes stories on what The Amazing Spider-Man 3 would have been, some more cool stuff for the 30th anniversary of Back to the Future, photos from X-Men: Apocalypse, a cameo from Dan Aykroyd in the Ghostbusters reboot and the nominations for the 2015 Emmy Awards. There’s also new trailers for Tina Fey and Amy Poehler‘s forthcoming comedy Sisters, the final Fantastic Four trailer, the first trailer for The Revenant with Leonardo DiCaprio and the official version of the Comic-Con footage for Suicide Squad.
Check out the Best Stories of the Week after the jump!
#32. Tarsem Singh to Direct All 10 Episodes of Emerald City
The NBC series Emerald City has been in the works since January of 2014, and it looks like it’s finally making progress towards becoming a reality. The Fall director Tarsem Singh has been revealed to direct all 10 episodes of the forthcoming series. Get the rundown on the Wizard of Oz inspired show in our original report.
#31. The Last Starfighter Being Developed for Television Reboot
The sci-fi classic is in the midst of a comeback, this time on television and with a hopeful virtual reality extension. Find out more about the early development on the TV series right here.
#30. Joe Swanberg’s Sundance Selected Digging for Fire Trailer
The indie arrives on August 21st.
#29. Catherine Hardwicke to Direct Adaptation of Stargirl
After bringing the first installment of The Twilight Saga to the big screen, Catherine Hardwicke is looking to mess with young adult sci-fi with an adaptation of the 2000 book Stargirl. Find out more about the book in our original story.
#28. The Amazing Spider-Man 3 Was Going to Be Bonkers
In a recent interview, Denis Leary revealed some of the planned plot points for The Amazing Spider-Man 3, and it sounds like it was going to be absolutely insane. Check out the full story for details.
#27. Stan Lee Teases a “Different” Cameo for X-Men: Apocalypse
Stan Lee has made a cameo in almost every Marvel film, regardless of what studio they come from, but the comic creator has teased something a little different for his appearance in X-Men: Apocalypse. Find out more in the original story right here.
#26. Stephen King’s It Finds a New Director in Mama Helmer
Cary Fukunaga departed the new adaptation of Stephen King’s It recently, and now New Line Cinema has found a new director in Mama helmer Andy Muschietti. Find out more in the full story over here.
#25. Meet the Staff of Wet Hot American Summer: First Day at Camp
The series debuts on Netflix on July 31st.