Briefs : Mortal Kombat trailer, Johnson’s Star Wars trilogy, D&D adds Page, Happy Gilmore reunion & more!

Despite suggestions the critical panning of “The Last Jedi” might’ve killed it, Rian Johnson has confirmed that his proposed “Star Wars” trilogy is still in the works. [More…]


A new behind-the-scenes special on the making of Disney+’s “WandaVision” will stream March 12th on the platform.


Rege-Jean Page (“Bridgerton”) will play a lead role in Paramount & Hasbro/eOne’s upcoming “Dungeons & Dragons” movie. Thesp joins Chris Pine, Michelle Rodriguez and Justice Smith in the film. [More…]


Warner Bros has announced that the trailer for the “Mortal Kombat” reboot will premiere online on Thursday.


The poster for Disney’s “101 Dalmatians” spin-off, “Cruella de Ville” – starring Emma Stone in the title role – has been released ahead of the trailer debut tomorrow.


Daniel Kaluuya and Keke Palmer are in negotiations to star in Jordan Peele’s next. Like all of Peele’s films, the logline is being kept under wraps. [More…]


Adam Sandler and Christopher McDonald took to Twitter today to celebrate the 25th anniversary of “Happy Gilmore”. Have a squiz!


Marvel’s “Thor : Love and Thunder” will reportedly feature a cameo appearance by a certain Marvel superheroine. [More…]


Disney’s critically acclaimed “DuckTales” will solve some mysteries and rewrite history with an epic 90-minute series finale special MONDAY, MARCH 15, (7:00 p.m. EDT/PDT), on Disney XD and ungated in DisneyNOW. Executive produced by Matt Youngberg and co-executive produced by Francisco Angones, the Emmy(R) Award-nominated “DuckTales” team wrapped production after 75 episodes and more than 15 shorts. The series continues to be available on Disney Channels and Disney+ around the world. In the U.S., the series is the #1 ratings driver on Disney XD and has reached over 234 million views on social media and YouTube since its launch in 2017. Culminating in a memorable, dramatic reading of the iconic “DuckTales” main title song, the cast met one final time via Zoom during the recent holiday season – David Tennant (“Scrooge McDuck”), Danny Pudi (“Huey”), Ben Schwartz (“Dewey”), Bobby Moynihan (“Louie”), Kate Micucci (“Webby Vanderquack”), Beck Bennett (“Launchpad McQuack”), Toks Olagundoye (“Mrs. Beakley”) and Paget Brewster (“Della Duck”).

Eric Bana, Robert Connolly reunite for Blueback

Cast announced for animated Gremlins prequel