Comic Talk Headlines For June 12, 2019
Jun 12, 2019 00:16:22
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As always, below are your notes for this episode. There is tons of news this week so catch up and give it a listen!
Dark Tower: Well now we know why Michael Rooker isn’t going to be King Shark. He has just confirmed on his website that he is going to be in the Dark Tower series in a yet to be disclosed role.
X-Men: TAS is making a comeback? The original team that gave us the seminole 90s series is reportedly gearing up to pitch a continuation to Disney+.
Love Death and Robots: Netflix just announced that the crazy computer animated series will return for a second season. This time Jennifer Yuh Nelson will be joining as the overall director.
Krypton: Lobo joins the cast in the most recently released promo for season 2. Which starts TOMORROW!
Dune: The Sisterhood: WB is looking to expand their Dune franchise to their forthcoming streaming service with a series that will focus on the Bene Gesserit. The Pilot episode is set to be directed by Denis Villeneuve, who is also directing (as well as wrote and produced) the movie. The exact content of the show isn’t known just yet, but there is a WHOLE BOOK on the subject. So, hopefully it will touch on at least SOME of that content.
Godzilla VS King Kong: Toby Emmerich, WB Studio Chairman, says they are aiming for a LATE 2020 release.
3 From Hell: Horror Fans be ready to take sides. Zombie released the first teaser for his next movie.
Mindy Kaling told MTV News that she is in talks with Marvel to help develop a movie or a series about the young Kamala Kahn.https://twitter.com/MTVNEWS
Django/Zorro: Collider says that Quentin Terantino is looking to officially make his mashup sequel to Django unchained into a proper movie. The story has already seen the light of day as a comic book put out by Dynamite Comics, but now Terantino is bringing in Jerrod Carmichael to help him pen the script for a film version.
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