Reason one: this is the Steve Trevor from the first film (check the least few seconds of the trailer); reason two: Maxwell Lord and Cheetah are definitely the villains (Cheetah was known, but Lord is confirmed in the notes below the trailer on YouTube); reason three: Pedro Pascal seems to be channelling the late Rutger Hauer as Max Lord, and reason four: the action looks even more insane than in the first one (and that was set in WWI!).
TNT and Cadence13 have revealed the audio trailer for the eight-part podcast documentary series, Root of Evil: The True Story of the Hodel Family and the Black Dahlia, a companion to TNT’s six-episode suspense drama I Am the Night.
I Am the Night is slated to premiere on Monday, January 28 (9/8C). The Root of Evil podcast will premiere on Wednesday, February 13.
In Sony Crackle’s holiday special, A Prayer for Mr. T: The SuperMansion Thanksgiving Special, the annual Thanksgiving turkey competition between Titanium Rex (Bryan Cranston) and Dr. Devizo (Chris Pine) goes awry when Rex’s turkey transforms into a nightmarish bird monster whose eggs hatch additional freakish bird creatures at an alarming rate.
A Prayer for Mr. T: The SuperMansion Thanksgiving Special premieres on Thursday, November 15th. Check out the trailer below.
After defeating Zenith’s (Yvette Nicole Brown) evil Uncle Ridan (Taran Killiam), the League finds themselves trapped in a dystopian future, but when they escape back to our time, they discover they’ve been gone six months…and Dr. Devizo (Chris Pine) and his Injustice Club has replaced them as the League of Freedom!
Crackle’s Emmy-nominated animated series SuperMansion returns for its third season on Thursday, October 4th – and will be at New York Comic Con for a panel the same day.
Outlaw King tells the untold, true story of Robert the Bruce who transforms from defeated nobleman to outlaw hero during the oppressive occupation of medieval Scotland by Edward I of England.
Directed by Hell and High Water’s David Mackenzie, Outlaw King will have its World Premiere as opening film for the Toronto International Film Festival before premiering globally on Netflix on November 9th.
Mrs. Which (Oprah Winfrey) admonishes Meg (Storm Reid) to be a warrior, while her father promises that his love for her will always be there, ‘even if you can’t see it,’ in the trailer for Disney’s A Wrinkle in Time.
TNT has ordered One Day She’ll Darken straight-to-series.
Based on the autobiography of Fauna Hodel – who was given away by her teenage birth mother to a black restroom attendant in a Nevada casino in 1949 – the series will be written by Sam Sheriden; the pilot directed by Wonder Woman’s Patty Jenkins, and Chris Pine will star.
One Day She’ll Darken will go into production this fall.
Two years ago, Netflix took us back to the first day the campers at Camp Firewood met in Wet Hot American Summer: The First Day. At the end of the series, Ben (Bradley Cooper) said, ‘Hey! Let’s all promise that in ten years from today, we’ll meet again and we’ll see what kind of people we’ve blossomed into.’
Although we see Ben say that in the trailer for Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later, come the reunion, he’s a no-show – but almost everyone else is back; along with a host of newbies.
Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later premieres on August 4th.