The 25th movie in the James Bond franchise, “No Time to Die,” which is set for an April 2020 release in theaters, has finally wrapped up filming. The news was confirmed in the film’s social media accounts with photos of star Daniel Craig and director Cary Fukunaga.
Director Robert Zemeckis has signed aboard the live-action adaptation of the classic “Pinocchio.” Best known for “Back to the Future” and “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?,” he will be replacing Paul King who left the project at the beginning of the year.
Alyssa Milano and Holly Marie Combs are talking of bringing “Charmed” on Netflix. The possible revival, however, will be a movie version instead of a TV series.
Disney has ordered the reshoots of the live-action adaptation of “Mulan” ahead of its theater release on March 27, 2020. Reports citing insider sources claim that the process will be extensive and likely span four months of production.
As the Asian wave continues to soar in the west, HBO Max, the upcoming streaming service to compete with Netflix, has tapped Lionsgate TV to for the eight-episode docuseries inspired by “Crazy Rich Asians,” the hit movie from 2018. Titled “The Ho,” the show will follow the lives of a Vietnamese family who are living the American dream.
Disney is unveiling “High School Musical: The Musical” series on Tuesday, Nov. 12, just as the studio launches its streaming service, Disney+, to compete with Netflix.
Now that “Poldark” has wrapped, star Aidan Turner, who also appeared in “The Hobbit” films, has booked his next TV show. The actor will be playing Leonardo da Vinci in the upcoming series “Leonardo.”
Tricia Helfer will be back in “Lucifer” season 5 on Netflix but she will not be playing Charlotte Richards. Instead, numerous reports stated that she will be playing her character’s real identity, the Goddess of Creation, Lucifer and Amenadiel’s mother.
The upcoming streaming service HBO Max, in partnership with WarnerMedia Entertainment, has issued a series order for “Grease: Rydell High.” The musical that spins off from the original film “Grease” that starred John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John.
Following Hugh Jackman’s retirement as Wolverine/Logan, the buzz is getting louder for Taron Egerton as the potential replacement. The actor, who recently starred in “Rocketman,” opened up to talk about taking on the iconic role.