The Good, The Bad & The Nerdy for September 20, 2018
Get your first look at a new world order, as the first trailer for Captive State has arrived. The upcoming horror/sci-fi film will introduce fans to an alternate reality version of Chicago, which has been occupied by aliens for over a decade. The film’s cast will include John Goodman (10 Cloverfield Lane, The Conners), Vera Farmiga (Godzilla: King of the Monsters), and Machine Gun Kelly (Nerve, Bright). Captive State will be released in March of 2019.
Doctor Sleep, the long-awaited follow-up to The Shining, has just added another familiar face: Bruce Greenwood (Star Trek: Into Darkness, American Crime Story). Per Deadline, Greenwood has been cast as Dr. John, but further details on the character are unknown. Doctor Sleep is expected to follow Ewan McGregor as an adult version of Danny Torrence, who is confronting the same demons of anger of alcoholism that plagued his father. The film is being written and directed by Mike Flanagan.
Capcom has debuted a new trailer for Devil May Cry 5, while also introducing a Deluxe Edition of the game that die-hard fans will crave. In the trailer above, you’ll see Dante in action, reluctantly taking a phone call and then stepping into action with a number of powerful moves, some familiar to gamers.. some new. Will you be picking up DMC5?
AMC is developing a Walking Dead film in addition to a global series which will be shot in another country. The show averages 11 million viewers per week.
After this week’s Captain Marvel trailer debut, ET gives us our best look at the costume itself, in the video above.
Marvel is developing a female superheroes TV series for ABC. Allan Heinberg, who wrote Wonder Woman, is developing the new series around an all-female team of superheroes with different powers. No word on when – or if – the show will debut.
Black Panther director Ryan Coogler is going to produce Space Jam 2. USA Today claims LeBron James is going to star in the film.
A Space Jam sequel with @KingJames?!
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— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) September 19, 2018