Deadline is exclusively reporting that Quvenzhané Wallis has signed up to star alongside O’Shea Jackson Jr. in Apple’s basketball drama series Swagger.
Quiver Distribution have released the official trailer for the upcoming teen romance film Endless.
Hulu have released the teaser trailer for the upcoming comedy series Woke.
Variety is exclusively reporting that Bleecker Street have acquired the U.S distribution rights for the film adaptation of Suzanne Allain’s novel Mr. Malcolm’s List which will star Freida Pinto, Constance Wu, Sope Dirisu, Sam Heughan and Oliver Jackson-Cohen.
TVLine is reporting that Javicia Leslie has signed up to star as the new Batwoman for the upcoming second season of the DC drama series at the CW.
Deadline is exclusively reporting that Leigh Whannell is in negotiations with Universal Pictures to direct the Wolfman project with Ryan Gosling in the lead role as the studio plan to fast track the project into production.
Deadline is reporting that the Train to Busan sequel, Peninsula (also known as Train to Busan presents: Peninsula), is getting a North American cinematic release on the 7th August 2020, whilst also exclusively streaming on Shudder in early 2021.
TVLine is reporting that ABC have given a pilot commitment production for a new iteration of the 1980s family drama The Wonder Years, focusing on a black middle-class family inspired by writer Saladin K. Patterson’s childhood experiences, who will executive produce alongside Lee Daniels and original The Wonder Years star Fred Savage, who will also direct the pilot.
Whilst releasing a teaser for the upcoming Halloween (2018) sequel Halloween Kills, Universal and Blumhouse have announced that they’re pushing back that and the followup Halloween Ends a year each, meaning now that Halloween Kills will be released on the 15th October 2021 and Halloween Ends on the 14th October 2022.
NEON have released the official trailer for the upcoming drama thriller She Dies Tomorrow.