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Jon Spaihts steps down from Dune TV series to focus on the Dune sequel Frank Herbert's "Dune" has typically proven to be notoriously difficult to adapt, but Denis Villeneuve will be giving it a shot with his star-studded feature-film, and Legendary Pictures/Warner Bros. seem to have big plans for the franchise as they're also developing a spin-off TV series for HBO Max to go with it. [SEEMORE] Dune: The Sisterhood will explore the… Read More...

Want to see which celebrities dressed as superheroes this Halloween? Will Emily Bett Rickards be back for the final episode of Arrow? Did you know Scarlet Witch almost survived Thanos‘ snap? Has Jason Momoa really seen Zack Snyder‘s cut of Justice League? What comics is Robert Pattinson reading to prepare for The Batman? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Happy Halloween Puddin ???

Taylor Kitsch to lead Neill Blomkamp's next sci-fi thriller Inferno After helming a series of short films for his own film production company, Oats Studios, as well as a short for the action sci-fi video game Anthem, filmmaker Neill Blomkamp (DISTRICT 9, CHAPPIE) has announced plans to develop INFERNO, an upcoming sci-fi thriller for Stuart Ford's AGC Studios. Set to star in Blomkamp's latest feature is Taylor… Read More...

Bloodshot Trailer: Vin Diesel Is the Valiant Comics Superhero Vin Diesel stars as Ray Garrison a soldier brought back to life as a superhero in Sony Picture's Bloodshot.

André Øvredal to helm Dracula tale The Last Voyage of the Demeter Well, it's officially October, so what better way to kick off this month of spookiness than with a little news about the prince of darkness himself, Dracula. THR has reported that THE LAST VOYAGE OF THE DEMETER, a project which has been stuck in development hell for a number of years, is now back on track with a new director at the helm. André Øvredal, the… Read More...

Stephen King’s latest book The Institute just hit shelves yesterday, but Hollywood didn’t waste anytime getting the series prepared for an adaptation. Television mastermind David E. Kelly, responsible for creating shows like The Practice, Boston Public and Big Little Lies, will be teaming up with Lost series director Jack Bender to turn The Institute into a limited series. Variety has word on The Institute TV series in the works at Spyglass Media Group with David E. Kelley slated to write and executive produce the series.

‘The Stand’ TV Series Finds Its Randall Flagg in Alexander Skarsgard Yet another Skarsgard has joined the Stephen King adaptation universe. Alexander Skarsgard, brother of Bill “Pennywise” Skarsgard, has signed on to the cast of the CBS All Access adaptation of The Stand. Skarsgard will be playing Randall Flagg, the big bad of the epic apocalyptic saga. Skarsgard joins a cast that includes James Marsden, Amber Heard, and Whoopi Goldberg, with Josh Boone directing. Collider broke the news on Alexander Skarsgard joining The Stand TV series cast as Randall Flagg.

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