serendipity tv series

NBC’s next choice of movie to adapt to TV may prove serendipitous. The network as put into development a Serendipity TV series, inspired by the 2001 Miramax romantic-comedy starring John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale. The series will be an hourlong romantic comedy series from Miramax TV.

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spider-man divorce

The fight over the cinematic version of Spider-Man continues, and while a new report indicates that Spider-Man: Far From Home writers Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers are coming back to write the next Spider-Man film for Sony, it looks like director Jon Watts may be suspended between Sony and Marvel Studios/Disney like a fly caught in a spider’s web.

A new report says he’s currently being “courted” by Marvel Studios, but it’s unclear what the studio wants him to direct if Kevin Feige and his team no longer have access to the cinematic version of the webslinger. Here’s what we know.

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New Game of Thrones photos

Game of Thrones is over and Kit Harington is allowed to cut his hair and pursue roles that don’t involve him slaying the undead and knowing nothing. Naturally, like any handsome rising actor with a strong jawline and a smoldering stare, he’s looking to get his superhero on. A new report claims that Harington is eyeing a role in an upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe project. But which one?

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Ms. Marvel Disney+ Series

Marvel Studios already has Captain Marvel expanding the cosmic side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but soon they’ll add another young superhero to the comic book world with the same namesake as the comic book company that created them. The teenage Muslim superhero known as Ms. Marvel will be getting her own series on Disney+. Find out what we know about the Ms. Marvel Disney+ series below. Read More »

joker rated R

It had been assumed that Todd Phillips‘ Joker would end up with an R rating, and now it’s official: the MPAA has given the Joaquin Phoenix anti-comic book flick the very adult rating. That’s right: this movie is so damn twisted that only adults will be able to handle it. According to the R rating, Joker is going to deliver “strong bloody violence” and more. Hide the kids!

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Star Wars Comics Ending

Marvel Comics has had an impressive run of Star Wars comics since taking over the franchise. In fact, the first issue of the new series is the only comic book title in this century to sell over a million copies. But after 75 issues, the Star Wars comics from Marvel are coming to an end.

In the recent solicitations for the comics coming in November, the final issue of Star Wars comics is teased, and Marvel has confirmed that issue #75 will indeed be the end of the series and not just the end of the current story arc unfolding in the series. But is this really the end, or is it just an opportunity for Marvel Comics to relaunch Star Wars comics with a new debut issue, as they’ve been known to do with all their other properties? Read More »

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker D23 footage

We’re expecting to learn some new information about Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker during tomorrow’s Disney movies panel at the D23 Expo, but Lucasfilm surprised attendees by unveiling a quick glimpse of new footage today. Here’s a breakdown of what was shown. Read More »

Ray Palmer and Nora Darhk

It was just announced that Brandon Routh and Courtney Ford will be exiting Legends of Tomorrow as series regulars. The couple took to their social media to express their disappointment and understanding, both sharing remarkably kind and on-brand messages in light of the news. This kind of thing happens in television, especially in shows like Legends. Though, even with that in mind, the departure of these two particular characters is a tough pill to swallow. 

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snake eyes cast

The G.I. Joe spin-off movie Snake Eyes has found its Storm Shadow. Warrior actor Andrew Koji will play the ninja, who was once close with Snake Eyes before becoming his bitter enemy. Henry Golding will play Snake Eyes, while Red and R.I.P.D. filmmaker Robert Schwentke directs a script from Beauty and the Beast writer Evan Spiliotopoulos.

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James Wan secret horror movie cast Annabelle Wallis George Young

Update: Variety reports that up-and-coming British actor George Young (Containment) has been cast as the male lead in Wan’s secret movie, which is now tentatively titled Silvercup. Our original article about the film’s initial casting announcement continues below.

James Wan’s secret horror movie has found its star in Annabelle Wallis. The Mummy star, who recently appeared in Showtime’s Roger Ailes miniseries The Loudest Voice, has been tapped to lead the James Wan horror movie cast, though details are still being kept under wraps.

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