I really enjoyed the first couple of Sherlock seasons. To the point that, despite not liking the back half of the show, I’m excited its creators are going to be adapting Dracula in much the same fashion.
Apparently, most fans of the Dark Tower books suspected that the upcoming movie was a sequel to the series. Well, now it’s like official or something get stoked or something I don’t give a fuck! I have no emotional investment in this upcoming train wreck.
‘The Assassin’s Creed Origins leaks continue. It’s kind of fucking hilarious to stop and contemplate that this game still has not been officially revealed.
‘The Mummy’ star Sofia Boutella has joined the ‘F451’ adaptation and I hope her character bio is wrong
Sofia Boutella has joined the F451 adaptation. Fine, whatever, crap casting for Clarisse. Fine, whatever, again. However. If they’ve rewritten Clarisse to be a “an informant caught between the competing interests of Montag and Beatty” as purported in the news either that’s fucking horrible or I misremember the character completely.
Do titles matter anymore? Asking for a friend. Me. I’m asking for me. ‘Cause Top Gun 2 is titled Top Gun: Maverick, and I can’t tell if it’s fine, cumbersome, or irrelevant.
Square Enix has moved development of the Final Fantasy VII remake in-house. This development underscores, for me, the fact that I had no fucking clue it wasn’t being done in-house already. But, hey! I can’t wait to play this broken ass game on the PlayStation 6 Pro, in 2025. #EasyJokes
Oh man. Rosario Dawson may be joining New Mutants as Doctor Cecilia Reyes? The character was a particular favorite of mine during the X-Men storyline in the mid-90s, Operation: Zero Tolerance.
Jesus Christ, yes. Warren Ellis is writing this shit, in tandem with minds behind Adventure Time. If this doesn’t get your juices going, I don’t know. Check your glands, they’re fucked.
Here’s a couple new Spider-Man: Homecoming trailers, focusing on the surprising (or not?) presence of the Chitauri technology, and also some serious Stark tech.
Doug Liman has spent the last couple of years circling and then leaving superhero movies, due to scheduling conflicts. First, it was Gambit. Now, it’s Justice League Dark.