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TV News Around the Web-o-sphere

TV News Around the Web-o-sphere

Welcome, my pretties, to October, the amazing month of goodies and most especially, old reruns and new reboots and ideas for scary movies to celebrate Halloween. Luckily for those who are afraid or just plain aren’t friends of horror/gore, I have updates to help  you out as well.

Big changes are coming to Season 2 of Agent Carter including Daniel Sousa (aka actor Enver Gjokaj, also in Dollhouse) being promoted to chief.

Head over to nerdist.com for details.

 

Chris Evans talks about his contract as Captain America: the current state of also being involved with both parts of Infinity Wars and the renegotiation after said films.

Head over to geektyrant.com for details.

 

BBC’s Sherlock FINALLY returns!

Head over to PBS for details.

 

While Season 2 of Agent Carter will reveal more Marvel comic villains, its’ main villain will be Madame Masque and while under wraps still, they have also found the actress to play her.

Head over cinemablend.com for details.

 

Hannibal’s Bryan Fuller gives an interview after the end of Season 3.

Head over to digitalspy.com for details.

 

Joss Whedon reveals a large Angel Easter egg in Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Head over to geektyrant.com for details.

 

Photos from the upcoming season 5 of Once Upon A Time are released.

Head over to comicbook.com for details.

 

Disney is in the works of making a sequel to the classic Mary Poppins; the story will continue 20 years after the first film and supposedly with continued adventures with the Banks family.

Head over to variety.com for details.

 

Get the first look at Chloe Bennet’s new costume shift in season 3 of Agents of Shield as well as the premiere date, time, and channel.

Head over to comicbook.com for details.

 

Brad Bird, director of The Incredibles, speaks of the new updates for its upcoming sequel.

Head over to nerdist.com for details.

 

Ridley Scott speaks about the start of production for Prometheus 2.

Head over to comicbook.com for details.

 

Elizabeth Olsen speaks up on the reveal of Scarlet Witch’s role in Captain America: Civil War.

Head over to geeknation.com for details.

 

Rumors of the film are dug into as the live action version of Akira is thought to be a trilogy.

Head over to comicbook.com for details.

 

Nickelodeon announces The Splat which will be a new channel dedicated to all the precious 90’s cartoons.

Head over to zimbio.com for details.

 

Simon Kinberg, producer of X-Men: Apocalypse, talks about a possible Deadpool and Gambit crossover with X-Men.

Head over to moviepilot.com for details.

 

Johnny Depp’s live action version of Alice In Wonderland is getting a sequel and movie posters are already being released.

Head over to hitfix.com for details.

 

Release date for Incredibles 2 and Cars 3 are promoted.

Head over to lovebscott.com for details.

 

CBS has released their first photo of Iddo Goldberg in costume as Red Tornado for the upcoming TV series as well as its’ premiere date.

Head over to nerdist.com for details.

 

Ridley Scott finally lets loose the official title for Prometheus 2.

Head over to geektyrant.com for details.

 

Zack Snyder has reportedly been in meetings with HBO about creating a Watchmen TV series.

Head over uproxx.com for details.

 

A miniseries for Adventure Time called “Stakes” will finally reveal Marceline the Vampire Queen’s backstory.

Head over to io9.com for details.

 

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is moving to the big screens slowly letting out a trailer and an interview with some of the cast.

Head over to nerdist.com for details.

 

Justice League Dark is looking to start production in 2016.

Head over to geektyrant.com for details.

 

Harry Potter’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them spinoff has recruited Ron Perlman onto the cast revealing other big actors of the film and their planned release date.

Head over to nerdist.com for details.

 

This week’s new Doctor Who has Slipknot’s Corey Taylor lending his screams and roars for the Fisher King to make a terrifying monster.

Head over to BBC for details.

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