reacher cast

Kristin Kreuk is reuniting with her Smallville co-star Alan Ritchson in Amazon’s Jack Reacher series. Simply titled Reacher, the TV series is set to star Ritchson as the title character, a hulking ex-Army investigator who is the protagonist of a series of crime thriller novels by British author Lee Child. And Amazon has bulked up the cast of Reacher with six new cast members, including Kreuk and What We Do in the Shadows breakout star Harvey Guillén.

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far cry anime

We’re getting not one, but two Far Cry anime series from Netflix. The streamer is teaming up once again with Ubisoft Film & Television – with whom it’s currently developing a Splinter Cell anime and an Assassin’s Creed live-action series – for two new adult anime series based on the Far Cry video game franchise.

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velma animated series

Scooby Dooby Doo, where are you? Not in the Velma animated series coming to HBO Max. Executive produced by and starring Mindy Kaling, the adult animated series will shake things up dramatically for the bespectacled member of Mystery Inc., reimagining the character as East Asian, and keeping Scooby-Doo and Shaggy out of the picture altogether.

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resident evil infinite darkness opening

Netflix has released the Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness opening scene ahead of the CG anime series’ debut in July. The roughly three-minute sequence plays out much like a video game cutscene, right down to the almost fully realistic graphics which look like they belong on a PlayStation rather than a TV show. Watch the Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness opening scene below.

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see season 2 trailer

It’s a battle of the Big Boys in See season 2, which will see blind Jason Momoa go up against the only person who could defeat him in combat, and possibly in size: his brother. Dave Bautista will be playing Edo Voss, the brother of Momoa’s character, Baba Voss, in the second season of Apple TV+’s post-apocalyptic drama, which has just landed a season 3 renewal. Watch the See season 2 trailer below.

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aquaman 2 title

Aquaman 2 won’t be called Aquaman 2.. Director James Wan, returning to helm the sequel to the hit 2018 DC superhero film starring Jason Momoa, has revealed the official title as the film heads into production: Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom.

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war of the rohirrim explained

“The horn of Helm Hammerhand will sound in the deep one last time,” King Theoden of Rohan ominously spoke during the climax of The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers. And we’ll finally know the meaning of that prophecy with New Line and Warner Bros. Animation’s upcoming animated film The Lord of the Rings: The War of the Rohirrim, which will tell the story behind the fortress of Helm’s Deep.

But who are the Rohirrim? What was the war they fought? And what kind of name is Helm Hammerhand? Thanks to J.R.R. Tolkien’s extensive (and exhaustive) world-building, a lot of those answers are already provided. Here is The War of the Rohhirim, explained.

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twilight of the gods

Zack Snyder‘s next Netflix project will be divine. Last summer, it was announced that the Army of the Dead filmmaker was teaming up with longtime creative partner Jay Oliva (The Dark Knight Returns) to create an all-new anime series for Netflix that will be set “in the world of Norse mythology.” As part of Netflix’s Geeked Week, the streamer announced the cast for the Norse-inspired anime series, which is now officially titled Twilight of the Gods.

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jurassic world dominion t-rex

The Tyrannosaurus rex from Jurassic Park has come a long way. First appearing onscreen in the original 1993 film, the T-Rex has evolved from main movie monster to anti-hero, facing off with the terrifying Indominus rex in Jurassic World. And her story continues in Jurassic World: Dominion, and Colin Trevorrow shared the details with us.

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the sandman easter eggs

This week, Netflix revealed a first look at its highly anticipated adaptation of Neil Gaiman‘s The Sandman comics — kind of. Rather, we saw a behind-the-scenes preview given by none other than Gaiman himself, who toured the U.K.-based Shepperton Studios where the fantasy-horror series is being made. And in that behind-the-scenes video, Gaiman was introduced to all sorts of props and pieces of concept art as he explored the set.

But were there any Easter eggs or details we could glean from the short behind-the-scenes video? More than you think.

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