Amazon has picked up a new fantasy novel for its streaming service: Sara Holland’s Havenfall. According to Deadline, Evan Daugherty, the writer behind Divergent, Snow White and the Huntsman, and Tomb Raider, is set to write the screenplay, along with production companies Lauren Oliver’s Glasstown Entertainment and Akiva Goldsman’s Weed Road Pictures.
We finally know when American Gods will return for its third season: Neil Gaiman announced this morning that the season will debut on January 10th on Starz, noting that this season feels especially timely, and that they’ll continue to “explore what ‘America’ means to its people and to talk about immigrants—about the very different people who came to this remarkable land and brought their gods with them.”
A scientist stationed in the arctic embarks on a desperate mission: make contact with the crew of a spaceship, to warn them about the deteriorated state of the planet. That’s the premise of a new film from George Clooney, The Midnight Sky, which Netflix is set to debut on December 23rd.
Oscar Isaac might have a new gig ahead of him on Disney+. According to Variety, Isaac is in negotiations to star in Marvel’s upcoming series Moon Knight as Marc Spector, a soldier who’s betrayed and left for dead in Egypt, only to be given a second chance by the Moon god Khonshu as his avatar.
The British Fantasy Society has released the finalists for this year’s British Fantasy Awards, the result of nominations from members of the society, which will now go on to teams of juries to make the final decision for each category.
The BFA says that the winners will be “announced in due course.”
Brittle Paper, a literary magazine dedicated to African literature, recently produced a new anthology of Africanfuturism, edited by Nigerian writer and editor Wole Talabi. The best part? It’s free to download!
Amazon Studios is getting ready to produce a new science fiction anthology series, according to Deadline. The untitled project will come from David Weil, the creator of the studio’s recent series Hunters, a quasi-alternate history show that follows a group of Nazi hunters in New York City during the 1970s.
It’s official—Disney has greenlit a sequel series to the 1988 film Willow, with star Warwick Davis set to reprise his role as Willow Ufgood. The Hollywood Reporter says that Jon M. Chu will direct the pilot episode, written by Solo: A Star Wars Story‘s Jonathan Kasdan, and that Arrow producer Wendy Mericle will serve as showrunner.
Last night during Monday Night Football, Lucasfilm dropped a new teaser for its upcoming second season of The Mandalorian, showing that while Din Djarin and the Child evaded Moff Gideon’s forces last season, there are still plenty of people after them.
Disney recently announced that it was pulling its upcoming Pixar film Soul from theaters and releasing it directly to Disney+ subscribers in December.
The studio has now released a new trailer touting the new release date, and shows off a film that’s much trippier than other trailers have let on.
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