Jared Leto May Have Let Slip Tron 3’s Working Title
Rev those lightcycles up again. (Image: Disney)
Netflix has nabbed Leigh Janiak’s Fear Street trilogy for a monthly release next year. Disney has given Mulan a vague plan for theatrical release in China. Henry Golding hypes up the Snake Eyes movie. Plus, Daisy lays out a plan in a new clip from Agents of SHIELD’s finale, and new tease for the next Walking Dead spinoff. Spoilers, away!Illustration: Jim Cooke
Fear StreetDeadline reports Netflix has acquired Leigh Janiak’s upcoming trilogy of Fear Street movies. According to the outlet, all three films will be released one month apart from each other in the summer of 2021.Tron 3In a (since-revised) tweet, Jared Leto referred to his planned Tron project as Tron: Ares.
I’m struck with such gratitude for the opportunity to bring this movie to life, especially as both the original video game and the film affected me so deeply as a young child. The fact that I get to be a part of this new chapter is mind-blowing. pic.twitter.com/94MN6tT8Bs
— JARED LETO (@JaredLeto) August 10, 2020Snake Eyes
Meanwhile, Henry Golding hyped his Snake Eyes solo film as “the exact opposite of the cookie-cutter, super people movies.”
Just saw ????… Holy hell. This is the exact opposite of the cookie cutter, super people movies. Wow. You guys are in for something insane, I can’t wait for you all to get your mits on this beast. Yowzers!!!! ???? Literally grinning from ear to ear ????????
— Henry Golding (@henrygolding) August 8, 2020My Spy 2According to Deadline, Amazon, and STX Studios are hoping to reassemble Dave Bautista, Chloe Coleman, and director Peter Segal for a My Spy sequel in light of the film’s “great viewership” on Amazon Prime.MulanVariety also reports Mulan has been approved for a theatrical release in China, at an undisclosed date.The Amityville HarvestA documentary crew get more than they bargained for in the trailer for The Amityville Harvest, coming to DVD, Digital, and On Demand October 20.
Mexican GothicHulu is developing a television series based on Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s horror novel Mexican Gothic from producers Kelly Ripa and Mark Conseuelos. The story follows Noemí Taboada, “a young socialite who travels to the Mexican countryside and the mountains of Hidalgo in hopes of rescuing her cousin, who has recently married into a reclusive mining family, after receiving a frantic letter in the mail. Noemí seeks to unveil the family’s violent and menacing secrets, but her confidence is quickly threatened and there may be no escaping the walls of her strange, new home.” [Deadline]The 100Spoiler TV has titles for the final four episodes of The 100.The 100 – Episode 7.13 – Blood Giant
The 100 – Episode 7.14 – A Sort of Homecoming
The 100 – Episode 7.15 – The Dying of the Light
The 100 – Episode 7.16 – The Last War (Series Finale)Wynonna EarpWynonna is “hindered by unseen forces” in the brief synopsis for her August 30 episode, “Holy War: Part 2.”The gang races to save one of their own, but are hindered by unseen forces.[Spoiler TV] Black LightningSpoiler TV has a poster for the fourth season of Black Lightning — though no premiere date has been set.Image: The CW
The Walking Dead: World BeyondA new TV spot for The Walking Dead’s youth-oriented spinoff sees a quartet of teens against a trio of moss-encrusted zombies.
Here we go… #TWDWorldBeyond premieres October 4th on AMC. pic.twitter.com/ey42A6sIZu
— TWDWorldBeyond (@TWDWorldBeyond) August 11, 2020Agents of SHIELDFinally, Daisy vows to rescue Simmons (and Deke) in a sneak peek from tonight’s series finale.
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