Updates From Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, The Flash, and More


The Wolfman/Universal Monsters

Producer Jason Blum provided Collider with an update on his planned Wolfman movie starring Ryan Gosling.

We are working on the script, got to get the script right. Working on trying to get a script that [Gosling] feels good about and comfortable about and excited about.

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In the same interview, Blum revealed his production company is additionally developing “two or three” other Universal monster remakes.

We have two or three we’re developing. They’re not yet announced, so I can’t talk about them. But the status with Universal monsters is no different than it’s ever been. Universal is in charge of the Universal monsters. But we’ve come up with a few ideas that they’ve like for a few of their other ones. And hopefully, we’ll turn those into movies.

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Halloween Ends

David Gordon Green revealed to Bloody-Disgusting that John Carpenter is now giving notes on the latest draft of Halloween Ends.

Halloween Ends is complete, and actually, I’m getting John Carpenter’s notes on the new draft later. So, I’m excited about that. There is resolve. Like any trilogy, you want it to have a beginning, middle, and end. We had a concept of the ending, and two years ago, we wrote the first draft of it. So, we had it all mapped out before we went into production on Kills. We knew where it was going, and we wanted Kills to be a symphony in the middle of the book of the Strode saga.

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In a separate interview with Uproxx, Green confirmed Halloween Ends is set a few years after the events of 2018’s Halloween and Halloween Kills and so it tackles both the covid-19 pandemic and the “peculiar politics” of our current age.

So if you think about it, I mean, where we’re leaving these characters on Halloween 2018, the world is a different place. So not only do they have their immediate world affected by that trauma, having time to process that trauma – and that’s a specific and immediate traumatic event in the community of Haddonfield. But then they also had a worldwide pandemic and peculiar politics and another million things that turned their world upside down.

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Halloween Kills, Chucky

Meanwhile, Michael Myers meets Chucky in new a cross-promotion for Halloween Kills and the Child’s Play TV series on Syfy (see below).


The Spine of Night

Hello, Spine of Night poster.

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Zeroes and Ones

Ethan Hawke plays Jericho, “an American soldier stationed in post-apocalyptic Rome” who personally witnesses “the Vatican blown up” in the trailer for Abel Ferrara’s latest, Zeroes and Ones.


Needle in a Timestack

There’s also a new trailer for Needle in a Timestack starring Leslie Odom Jr., Cynthia Erivo, Orlando Bloom, and Freida Pinto. We had an exclusive clip from the film earlier this week if you want to check it out.


Upgrade

Jason Blum revealed to Collider he’s still working on a TV series based on the 2018 film, Upgrade.

Upgrade should have been a wide release. I was pissed about that. We’re working on a TV show. So working on the scripts. This first round, didn’t come out. I didn’t get the response I wanted to get. I don’t want to be in development. I want an order. We’re working on the scripts again, so that we can get an order.

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The Flash

Entertainment Weekly has our first look at Tony Curran as Despero.

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Relatedly, new photos from the set of the upcoming Armageddon crossover have surfaced on social media, revealing Barry Allen somehow becomes a new version of Reverse-Flash while his usual self finally gets his classic gold boots from the comics.


Legends of Tomorrow

Entertainment Weekly also has two new photos from the 100th episode of Legends of Tomorrow, featuring some familiar returning faces.

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Meanwhile, Nate kills J. Edgar Hoover in the trailer for next week’s episode.


The Witcher

A new poster for The Witcher’s second season at Netflix.

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The Boys

Elsewhere, The Deep sells recyclable canned water in a new promo for The Boys.


American Horror Story: Double Feature

The trailer for next week’s episode of American Horror Story prophecies the first human-alien hybrids will be born in the year 2021.


Batwoman

Speaking of hybrids, Batwoman teams with Alice to fight a brand-new Killer Croc in the trailer for next week’s episode.


Chucky

Finally, Tiffany returns, Andy debuts, and Chucky dons a homemade Hello Kitty mask in the trailer for his next episode, “Give Me Something Good To Eat.


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