The Good, The Bad & The Nerdy for Oct 17, 2018
As is the case with most Honest Trailers, Screen Junkies’ take on Marvel’s Ant-Man & The Wasp is a mix of honest critique and humor, but for all of the little nitpicks the trailer points out, there’s quite a bit of positive in the video. Check it out above.
Tom And Jerry and Scooby-Doo are headed to the big screen. Both movie will be live action and the Tom And Jerry movie will stick to the cartoon’s successful slapstick style and keep the characters mute. Tom And Jerry will start shooting in 2019, and the untitled Scooby-Doo project is due to arrive in theatres in the first quarter of 2020.
The Kingpin looks like he’s about to make Daredevil‘s life hell in the upcoming season of the hit Netflix show. Will you be watching?
The Jim Henson Company, behind classics like Fraggle Rock and The Dark Crystal, is joining Knights of Panterra, a live-action series based on the Dino Knights children’s books by Jeff Norton. The story, set in a universe where dinosaurs never went extinct, follows teenagers who must become freedom fighters to save their kingdom. Omnifilm Entertainment, ITV and Netflix are also committed to the family series.
One YouTube user applied facial replacement software to Solo: A Star Wars Story to deliver an impressive modification in which Harrison Ford’s face replaces star Alden Ehrenreich’s, which you can see above. Impressive work, and it does change the feel of the movie a bit, IMO.
There is a new TV dating show that cuts straight to the sex. Making Love has contestants have sex first before deciding if they like each other. Behind the bedroom cameras have captured the new couple’s every move, every awkward moment. Contestants then hurry into the bathroom to debrief the audience on just how their new partner performed. The dating show is being shopped at MIPCOM which is the annual trade show held in Cannes, France.
It’s been announced that Ed and Lorraine Warren will appear in the planned Annabelle sequel, a further continuation of The Conjuring franchise. The Warrens’ arrival in the murder doll spinoff franchise will mark the first time that the paranormal investigator couple will appear in a film belonging to the series’ spinoff features – outside of a Conjuring tie-in featured in the final act of The Nun. The story picks up with the Warrens bringing the Annabelle doll to a place where she can no longer wreak havoc: their Artifacts Room. Annabelle awakens the room’s evil which sets its sights on a new target: the Warrens’ ten year old daughter Judy. The young girl along with her babysitter (Judy’s teenage cousin) and cousin’s friend square off against the evil doll. Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga are set to reprise their roles.
This season of American Horror Story has some cast-members playing multiple roles (including Evan Peters and Sarah Paulson), and now it looks like Joan Collins will be returning as well. The show’s co-creator and showrunner Ryan Murphy seemed to confirm her return with an Instagram shot of her in witch-mode.
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