The western remake of Train to Busan can get a really appalling title. Neo and Trinity are running in another new Matrix: Resurrections attach. Video game icon Jim earthworm receives a new animated series. Plus another look behind the scenes of Hawk Eye. To me my spoilers!
Deadline reports that Tristar Pictures has acquired Ultra, a spec script by Colin Bannon in the vein of Squid game in which “the protagonist is an ultra marathon runner involved in a deadly race”.
John McPhail (Anna and the Apocalypse) is now committed to directing the film adaptation of the popular Twitter thread in which a cartoonist claims his apartment is haunted by the ghost of a little boy with a traumatic head injury.[[[[Deadline]
Last train to New York
Deadline also reports Timo Tjahjanto’s English remake of Train to Busan “could be” titled Last train to New York for tracking purposes.
The matrix: resurrections
Warner Bros. got out another new poster of Neo and Trinity in The matrix: resurrections.
Spider-Man: No Path Home
According to Tom Holland, Spider-Man: No Path Home features “a fighting style you’ve never seen in a Spider-Man movie before”.
Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City
Meanwhile, another Welcome to Raccoon City featurette discusses the unique performances of the zombies from the film.
Echo / Daredevil
In a recent Instagram story captured by Comic, Echo Head writer Marion Dayre appears to be teasing the return of Charlie Cox’s Daredevil and Vincent D’Onofrio’s Wilson Fisk. Click to take a look.
Interplay Entertainment has announced plans to transform the iconic side-scrolling video game character Earthworm Jim – a worm in an upgraded super suit that roams the universe correcting wrongs and navigating extremely tricky platform footage – into a new animated series. The show is explicitly not made with the participation of Jimthe creator of, Doug TenNapal, now best known for to be transphobic, his ties to Comicsgate and his vocal support for Donald Trump’s presidency.[[[[Variety]In any event…
Dexter learns he’s not the only serial killer operating in upstate New York in the synopsis for “Too Many Tuna Sandwiches” airing on December 12.
Someone in Iron Lake discovered Jim Lindsay’s secret identity, sending Dexter on the prowl to find out who it was. This pursuit leads him to realize that he may not be the only serial killer in town. Meanwhile, Harrison spirals out of control during a wrestling match, and Angela makes a grim discovery.
Super Squad plans to kill Hope in the trailer for “Someplace Far Away From Al This Violence” – next week’s episode of Heritage.
Finally, a new featurette excites witty Disney + and Marvel jokes Hawk Eye.
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