Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Week In Nerdom 6-4 | New Trailers, MORE Rumors, MK11 DLC Update, and so ...



Mac Miller
New Documentary in the works.


Magic: The Gathering
Netflix is doing an animated series with Anthony and Joe Russo (Endgame directors).

Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance
Netflix finally dropped the trailer… WOW!

According to actor John Witherspoon, the animated series will be making its return to cartoon network soon, as it is in pre-production. At least that’s what he said on the Joe Rogan Podcast.


Black Widow
According to Norwegian outlet Dagbladet, production has begun in Sæbø, Norway. AND they have pictures.

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark
New trailer… less anthology and more vignettes.

Snow White
Continuing Disney’s mad dash to maintain their control of their aging IPs, Variety is reporting that Snow White will be the next live action adaptation. With Amazing Spider-Man director, Marc Webb, in talks to sit in the director’s chair.

Keanu Reeves is reportedly in talks to join Angelina Jolie in the movie.

The Suicide Squad
MORE RUMORS!! Mark Hughes from Forbes says that he has heard rumblings that Idris Elba will be playing Bronze Tiger in the James Gunn movie.

We Got This Covered is reporting that they have inside information about a link to Batman in the new Joker movie. He is Bruce’s half brother?


Shenmue III
New release date is November 19 from August 27. Game has been 10 years in development… whats another few months?

Now Bruce campbell is teasing that he IS in the game?
AND Spawn will be voiced by original voice actor Keith David from the HBO series.

Death Stranding
After finally dropping the first trailer, comes the announcement that the game will only be a PS4 exclusive for a short time. Sadly though it will only be spreading to PC, and not wither of the other 2 big consoles.

Comic Books

Joker/Harley: Criminal Sanity
New black label book. Written by Kami Garcia and art by Mike Mathew and Mico Suayan.

Marvel And Death
Now that C.B. Cebulski is editor in chief at Marvel, he says they will use the death of a character less often as a means of compelling story/selling books.

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