Updates From Marvel’s Eternals, Hellraiser, and More


Welcome to the Blumhouse

We also have new trailers for the latest roster of Welcome to the Blumhouse movies: Bingo Hell, Black as Night (which we spoke to director Maritte Lee Go about), Madres, and The Manor.


Anansi Boys

Variety reports Malachi Kirby has been cast as both Charlie Nancy and his brother Spider in Amazon Prime’s adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s Anansi Boys. The story follows Charlie Nancy shortly after learning that his late father (Delroy Lindo) “was the trickster god of stories, Anansi. He also learns that he has a brother, Spider, who makes Charlie’s life more interesting, but also more dangerous.”

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Grendel

Netflix has ordered eight episodes of a TV series based on Matt Wagner’s Dark Horse comic book series, Grendel, starring Katy Keene’s Abubakr Ali in the title role. Executive produced by Andrew Dabb (Supernatural), the series will follow Hunter Rose, “a gifted fencer, writer and assassin who, in seeking to avenge the death of a lost love, goes to war with New York’s criminal underworld. Except then he realizes, ‘Why beat them, when you can join them?’” [TV Line]

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Professionals

TV Line reports the CW has acquired international series (which itself was a remake of Soldiers of Fortune) Professionals—which was made for Scandinavian SVOD service Viaplay—to air on the network. It stars Tom Welling, Brendan Fraser, Elena Anaya, and Ken Duken following (Welling) as “a top-tier security operative who is paid to protect the interests of rich and powerful clients by any means necessary – legal or not. After a next-gen medical satellite explodes on launch, Corbo is hired by the rocket’s designer – billionaire futurist Peter Swann (Fraser) — who suspects sabotage. Complicating Corbo’s new gig is his former paramour and now Swann’s fiancée, medical visionary Dr. Grace Davila (Anaya), who is racing to help stave off a global catastrophe. As Corbo and his team of veteran security professionals investigate the rocket disaster, they expose a lethal conspiracy of Swann’s corporate rivals, corrupt government officials, and a shadowy crime syndicate — all working to destroy Swann and take control of his tech empire. Worse, Corbo must also contend with a rogue Europol agent (Ken Duken) who is hellbent on busting him for past sins.”

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She-Hulk

Tim Roth discussed Abomination’s upcoming role in She-Hulk during a recent interview with THR.

I did The Incredible Hulk years ago, just because I thought my kids would be embarrassed by it. I did it for them and I really enjoyed making it. So when they came to me and said: ‘We’re adapting the She-Hulk thing. Can you come back as that character again?’ I was like, sure. It should be fun. I was very surprised though because it was difficult at first. It was only when Mark Ruffalo came in to shoot his stuff [reprising his role as Bruce Banner] that I went: ‘Oh, that’s how you do it! With a sense of humor!’

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Star Trek: Lower Decks

Spoiler TV has a new synopsis for “The Spy Humongous” — this week’s episode of Lower Decks.

Anomaly consolidation day on the U.S.S. Cerritos leaves the Lower Deckers with mixed emotions. Captain Freeman attempts to negotiate peace on the Pakled home world.

Written by: John Cochran

Directed by: Bob Suarez


Y: The Last Man

Yorick enters a mysterious, new town in the synopsis for “My Mother Saw A Monkey,” the October 11 episode of Y: The Last Man. You can check out our thoughts on the first three episodes right here.

Kimberly uncovers a secret. 355 and Allison reach an understanding. Yorick stumbles on a mysterious town where things are not what they seem. Written by: Charlie Jane Anders, Directed by: Lauren Wolkstein

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Titans

Spoiler TV also has photos from “Home,” the eighth episode of Titans’ third season. Click through for more.

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Stargirl

Eclipso comes foe Wildcat in the trailer for next week’s episode of Stargirl.


Supergirl

Guardian protects Metropolis while Supergirl continues her battle with Nyxly in the trailer for next week’s episode, “Blind Spots.”


La Brea

A new trailer for La Brea asks its audience to “stick together.”


Chucky

Finally, Don Mancini states he “hopes to make people cry” as well as “laugh and scream” in a new Chucky featurette.


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Updates From Halloween Kills, Peacemaker, and More

Halloween Kills Footage Teases Big Deaths, New Peacemaker Photo


Halloween Kills

Two new TV spots for Halloween Kills appear to suggest Cameron Elam does not survive his latest encounter with Michael Myers.


Dune

A new Dune featurette hypes the heat between Zendaya and Timothée Chalamet.


No Time to Die

Meanwhile, a new No Time to Die featurette introduces Agents Nomi (Lashana Lynch) and Paloma (Ana de Armas).


Supergirl

Thomas Lennon revealed Mr. Mxyzptlk enjoys his own musical number on tonight’s episode of Supergirl in a recent interview with The Wrap.

[A full musical episode] would have been fun. I know. It would have been fun. And I will say that, between takes, Melissa and I do a tremendous amount of singing. But no, I know. It’s a shame. It’s a shame that this is a weird solo number, where they also picked weirdly one of the people with, like, probably the least amazing singing voice. But I do make up for it in super, super high kicking. So there is that.

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Peacemaker

James Gunn and Entertainment Weekly revealed a new photo of his The Suicide Squad spinoff Peacemaker.

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Chucky

There are three new images from “Death by Misadventure” — the premiere episode of Syfy’s Chucky.

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Roswell, New Mexico

KSiteTV has a synopsis for “Angels of the Silences, an upcoming episode of Roswell, New Mexico named after a Counting Crows song.

SINNERS AND SAVIORS – Liz (Jeanine Mason) and Max (Nathan Dean) race to find Heath (guest star Steven Krueger) in the hopes that he can help find a way to get Jones out of Max’s body. Meanwhile, Michael (Michael Vlamis) and Isobel (Lily Cowles) try to get through to Dallas (guest star Quentin Plair). The episode was directed by Laura Petzke and written by Danny Tolli & Onalee Hunter Hughes (#310). Original airdate 9/27/2021.

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La Brea

Finally, the first five minutes of NBC’s Land of the Lost-esque new series are now available to watch online.


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Candyman

Yahya Abdul-Mateen II summons Candyman in a new clip.


Night of the Animated Dead

We also have a trailer for Night of the Animated Deada rotoscoped remake of George Romero’s original starring Josh Duhamel, Dulé Hill, Katharine Isabelle, James Roday Rodriguez, Katee Sackhoff, Will Sasso, Jimmi Simpson, and Nancy Travis.


The Marvels

Filming has officially begun on The Marvels according to Samuel L. Jackson on Instagram, including a very cool T-Shirt worn by the man himself.

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The Orville

Filming has officially wrapped on the long-awaited third season of The Orville.

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Chucky

Filming has additionally wrapped on the first season of Syfy’s Chucky.

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Epic

Deadline reports ABC is no longer moving forward with Epic, the latest fairytale-themed project from Once Upon a Time creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis.

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Star Trek: Discovery

David Cronenberg spoke to Entertainment Weekly about Kovich’s return (of a sort) in the fourth season of Star Trek: Discovery.

Well, Star Trek is quite a different thing because of course you have a series of directors. I was in three episodes last year and I think I’m in three this year. So your character continues from one place to another but every episode was directed by a different director. They all have a kind of different style but at the same time it’s a massive series with a huge history and so there’s a sort of momentum that goes with it. I think the director is not as important in terms of sensibility for a show like that because so much is established, the style of it, the incredible sets that we have here in Toronto for Star Trek, and the director has no input into that, so it’s really quite a different machine. But, also, of course a lot of fun. I mean, you still have to learn your dialogue and you still have to get into your costume. So for the actors it’s still a similar thing.

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What We Do in the Shadows

Spoiler TV has a brief synopsis for “Gail, the third episode of What We Do in the Shadows’ third season.

An old flame returns and an ancient vehicle is resurrected. Written by Marika Sawyer; Directed by Kyle Newacheck.

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Archer

Archer fights deadly reptiles to “reunite a family” in the synopsis for “Photo Op.

Archer and Lana face off against snakes, crocodiles and mercenaries to reunite a family. Written by Asha Michelle Wilson.

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I Know What You Did Last Summer

We have new photos from Amazon’s I Know What You Did Last Summer TV series.

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Stargirl

Finally, the CW has released a new “this season on…” trailer for Stargirl: Summer School.


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