A decade after Zombieland became a hit film and a cult classic, the lead cast (Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Abigail Breslin, and Emma Stone) have reunited with director Ruben Fleischer (Venom) and the original writers Rhett Reese & Paul Wernick (Deadpool) for Zombieland 2: Double Tap. In the sequel, written by Rhett Reese & Paul Wernick and Dave Callaham, through comic mayhem that stretches from the White House and through the heartland, these four slayers must face off against the many new kinds of zombies that have evolved since the first movie, as well as some new human survivors. But most of all, they have to face the growing pains of their own snarky, makeshift family. Directed by: Ruben Fleischer
The half-hour animated series is set in the prehistoric time and centers around a “caveman at the dawn of evolution” and a “dinosaur on the brink of extinction.” The two characters are bonded by tragedy, and “this unlikely friendship becomes the only hope of survival in a violent, primordial world.”
Star Trek: Picard, which is set 20 years after Stewart’s stint on Star Trek: Next Generation, will give new screen life to the iconic TV astronaut at CBS All Access and will be executive produced by Alex Kurtzman, who is overseeing the Trek universe for CBS Studios. The show began production in April 2019. Ahead of its recently announced 2020 premiere (though no date has been set), we’ll be keeping tabs on everything you need to know about the new show.
Fans shouldn’t expect to see the same old Picard when the new series comes along. “Patrick was very clear to us in the beginning. He did not want to repeat what he had already done,” Kurtzman teased at the TCA winter press tour. “And by the way, it’s been 20-plus years, so he couldn’t possibly be that same person anymore. And so the question becomes: What has happened to him in that period of time? Have there been occurrences that force him to reckon with choices that he’s made in his life? How do you hold on to being the person everybody loved when the circumstances around you may have changed so radically? Those are the big questions that we’re asking.”
Harley Quinn series, starring The Big Bang Theory’s Kaley Cuoco as the madcap Ms. Quinn. While the moments may be brief, they’re enough to give us a sense that this Harley doesn’t take orders from anyone – even if their nickname is “puddin.”
The series will air as a part of Warner Bros’ upcoming DC Comics-branded direct-to-consumer digital platform, which has ordered 26 episodes for a half-hour animated action-comedy series simply titled Harley Quinn. The image above is a piece of development art for the series, which leads us to expect a Harley look in line with her current comic book incarnation.
In this new series, Harley Quinn will have finally broken things off for good with her abusive boyfriend the Joker, and will attempt to make it on her own as the criminal Queenpin of Gotham City. Joining Harley will be her BFF Poison Ivy, as well as a whole cast of DC Universe heroes and villains both old and new. Although this has not been confirmed either way, I would expect Batman to show up on at least a semi-regular basis.