Lucasfilm and Disney are reportedly placing their upcoming streaming series about Obi-Wan Kenobi on hold, according to The Hollywood Reporter and Collider. The series is being “retooled” after issues with the scripts for the series arose, prompting the company to start over.
Hugo Weaving’s Agent Smith met a pretty definitive end in the final installment of the Matrix trilogy, The Matrix Revolutions but that reportedly didn’t stop the writers from trying to include him in the upcoming Matrix 4. The character won’t appear in the film, however, according to new interview in Time Out London with Weaving.
Amazon has announced that it’s bringing back three characters for regular roles in its upcoming fifth season: Marco Inaros (Keon Alexander), Clarissa Mao / Melba Koh (Nadine Nicole) and Felip (Jasai Chase Owens). Their return signals that the series will indeed tackle the the fifth novel in the series, Nemesis Games.
Rob McElhenney and Charlie Day comedy about the world of video game development is getting a second season. Apple made the announcement today at its Television Critics Association presentation ahead of the show’s debut on its streaming platform on February 7th.
During its Television Critics Association presentation today, Apple announced that its forthcoming science fiction anthology series Amazing Stories will debut on its Apple TV Plus streaming service on March 6th.
With Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker now out in theaters, all eyes are on Disney to figure out what form Star Wars will take when it hits theaters next. The company has a number of irons in the fire, and is reportedly adding in another one: The Hollywood Reporter says that Lucasfilm has approached Taika Waititi to come up with a film for the franchise.
Please, please, please let this be an IG-11 origin story.
AMC announced today that its Walking Dead spinoff series World Beyond will debut on Sunday, April 12th.
Ever since Watchmen ended its nine-episode run on HBO in December, fans of the series have wondered if and when the series would come back for a second season. Speaking to USA Today earlier today, showrunner Damon Lindelof quashed those hopes, saying that he’s not interested in returning to the world for more.
After landing with a dud in theaters, fans of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower series had another chance at watching a decent adaptation when Amazon began developing a series based on the books last year. Unfortunately, those hopes are dashed once again: Deadline reports that Amazon has passed on ordering a pilot, and the project’s showrunners are looking to shop it around at other outlets.
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