The Cruella de Vil origin movie adds another familiar face. M. Night Shyamalan teases a genre bent to his next movie. The Mortal Kombat movie is heading down under. Plus, more production quibbles for Bond 25, Supergirl’s Lex Luthor heads to the White House, and more clips from The Dead Don’t Die. Spoilers now!
In a recent interview with the Inqusitir, Bruce Campbell revealed more entries in the Evil Dead franchise are in development, but without his involvement as Ash.
I’m still doing video games… I’m doing voices for Ash. I’m just not going to grovel in the blood anymore…
…They’re going to see different versions, they’re going to be seeing more Evil Dead, too. We’re not done with the Evil Dead saga, more stories to tell.
Salt shaker at the ready, but British tabloid The Sun alleges that production has temporarily halted on Bond 25 after Daniel Craig “slipped and fell quite awkwardly” while filming one of his final scenes in Jamaica. But Variety updates that by saying he’ll likely be back within a week.
Meanwhile, production has officially begun on Free Guy, the upcoming Ryan Reynolds comedy in which a non-playable character in a video game gains sentience. [Coming Soon]
Untitled M. Night Shyamalan Project
M. Night Shyamalan revealed he’s working on a new film with a “fun, sci-fi bent” on Twitter.
Meanwhile, reporter Claire Campbell revealed production on the new Mortal Kombat movie begins this month in South Australia.
Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus!
Netflix has also confirmed the Invader Zim movie is titled Enter the Florpus! and will see release this summer.
Coming Soon also has a new set of banners for Godzilla: King of the Monsters. Click through to see the rest.
Genie makes Aladdin a prince in the latest TV spot.
The Dead Don’t Die
Adam Driver and Bill Murray have a difficult time against the zombified Carol Kane in a new red band trailer for The Dead Don’t Die.
Focus Features has also released two short clips.
Finally, John Slattery warns against the dangers of artificial intelligence in the first trailer for neXT.
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