Taika Waititi helmed the successful and widely praised “Thor: Ragnarok” film in 2017, the third movie in the franchise. He has confirmed he is coming back for “Thor 4″ with Chris Hemsworth and he will also be writing the screenplay.
Amazon snapped the rights to develop “Jack Reacher” as a television series with Nick Santora (“Scorpio”) as showrunner, head writer and executive producer. The story was adapted on the big screen with Tom Cruise as the titular character but the actor will not become part of the TV show.
Enjoy what you can for Big Little Lies season 2 because this will be the final run for the show. HBO and producer David E. Kelley expressed that there will be no more third season.
Gina Rodriguez, best known for her role in “Jane the Virgin” on The CW, is going to step into the shoes of a U.S. president in Disney’s upcoming series “Diary of a Female President.”
Netflix has announced the casting of 12 actors who will star in the upcoming drama series “Bridgerton” from “Grey’s Anatomy” scribe Chris Van Dusen and produced by “Grey’s Anatomy” creator Shonda Rhimes. The show is set to launch in 2020 with eight full-hour episodes and production will begin in London in the next few weeks.
The prequel to “Game of Thrones” will feature the Starks. George RR Martin has confirmed that the beloved family will be in the upcoming HBO show, which is actually taking place 5,000 years before what went on in the original story.
A new anthology series with Los Angeles as its main backdrop will be produced by David Ayer and Chris Long under their production outfit Cedar Park. “Major Crimes” may sound the same as the TNT drama, which spun off from “The Closer” but it is identical only in its title.
Disney has finally released a 90-second teaser of the much-awaited live-action adaptation of “Mulan,” which features Chinese superstar Yifeu Lu in the titular role.
IDW Entertainment, SEVEN24 Films, Space and SYFY announced today that “Wynonna Earp,” the award-winning series based on the IDW comic created by Beau Smith, has been greenlit to start production for its fourth season. With production slated to begin later this year, Season 4 is expected to debut in Summer 2020 on SYFY in the US and Space in Canada.
The widely popular and cult favorite comic book series “The Sandman” from Neil Gaiman is getting a TV show on Netflix. The streaming platform has ordered the show with producer and writer Allan Heinberg as the showrunner.