With GoT officially wrapped the full ToB crew sat down to catch up on all the stories we’ve been neglecting over the past couple months. Multiple casting confirmations, including a new Batman for both the small and big screens, Idris Elba joining Suicide Squad, and, somehow, James Gunn’s return to Marvel Studios. All this plus at least a million new movie trailers, and what seems like a never-ending stream of Star Wars news.
Time to get back to business, enjoy.
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Robert Pattinson confirmed to play Batman for Matt Reeves in The Batman.
Ian Glenn cast as Batman in Titans season 2.
Idrs Elba cast in Suicide Squad as Deadshot, until he wasn’t. Recast as Bronze Tiger.
There’s an Alfred show called “Pennyworth” show for some reason.
New DC Showcase animated showcase films coming.
The Phantom Stranger
Batman: Death in the Family
The Sonic movie trailer and reaction/debacle.
Rotten Tomatoes now requires that you verify your ticket purchase before reviewing a movie.
Star Wars: Episode IX: Rise of skywalker
After Episode IX there will be Star Wars movies in December 2022, 2024, 2026.
Star Wars: The Old Republic movie in the works.
Game of Thrones writers David Benioff & DB Weiss Star Wars trilogy is going to be set after the events of episode 9.
Star Wars Jedi: The Fallen Order
Tomb Raider sequel in the works with Alicia Vikander set to return.
James Gunn rehired by Marvel.
The first official full Lion King
Terminator: Dark Fate
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Toy Story 4
Bryan Cogman (Game of Thrones) is named as showrunner for Amazon’s Lord of the Rings.
Pablo Schreiber has been cast as Master Chief.
Bob Iger says that the Fox acquisition was all about building content for Disney+.
Speaking off, Mandalorian will not be released all at once. Week to week is the way to go.
Hawkeye and "What If” series in the works for Disney+.
Billy Crystal, John Goodman return to Monsters Inc. for Disney+ series.
Star Trek: Picard trailer.