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Rumor : R-rated animated Alien series on the way?

It could arrive as early as April, say reports.

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Can’t keep up here – so is the “Alien” TV series (at one stage, rumored to be two) on or off?

Hot on the heels of a report last week that all plans have been abandoned for proposed small-screen spin-offs of Ridley Scott’s 1979 class comes word that an R-rated animated series based on the video game “Alien : Isolation” is on the way. That’s the game that saw Ripley’s daughter Amanda taking on the face-huggers.

The news comes from Observer who says the series, consisting of 7-episodes, could arrive as early as April. The site suggests it might premiere on the official Alien website.

Predicting there’ll be more on this in the coming days, so stay tuned.

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James Wan, Mark Millar team for Netflix fantasy series

“The Magic Order” tells of five families of magicians sworn to protect our world

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James Wan has joined the producing committee over on “The Magic Order”, a new Netflix series based on an original story by Mark Millar.

The “Aquaman” director will also direct the pilot for the series, which Lindsay Beer will server as writer/showrunner on.

Here’s the logline : Five families of magicians sworn to protect our world must battle an enemy who’s picking them off one by one. By day they live among us as our neighbors, friends and co-workers, but by night they are the sorcerers, magicians and wizards that protect us from the forces of darkness – unless the darkness gets them first.

“The Magic Order” was created in-house at Netflix by Mark Millar and later turned into a comic-book, written by Millar and illustrated by the legendary Marvel artist Olivier Coipel, based on designs created by the team at Netflix. The first issue of this series was the highest-selling new comic-book launch in almost 20 years and the graphic novel, collecting the first six issues, has just reached stores.
Wan, Beer and Millar will be executive producers on the series.

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First look at Patrick Stewart in Star Trek : Picard!

The title, and a look at the upcoming series, were revealed at Upfronts week in New York.

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CBS All Access has revealed the official title and a sneak peek at Patrick Stewart-starrer “Star Trek : Picard”.

The title, and a quick screengrab from the upcoming series, were revealed at Upfronts week in New York.

The series, set donkey’s years after the events of “The Next Generation”, can be beamed, er, streamed later in the year.

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Who’s playing Doctor Manhattan in Watchmen!?

Dr. Jonathan Osterman hails from the big wet, it would seem!

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Our friends at Geek Vibes Nation have the word on the ‘who is Yayha Abdul-Mateen II playing in Watchmen?’ question that’s been floated in the forums for a while.

According to the site, the HBO series has the “Aquaman” star playing none other than Dr. Manhattan!

For the unversed, Dr. Jonathan Osterman aka Doctor Manhattan is a nuclear physicist who in 1959 acquired superpowers after surviving being disintegrated in an Intrinsic Field Subtractor and reconstructing himself. Following his reanimation, he was immediately pressed into service by the United States government, who gave him the name Doctor Manhattan, after the Manhattan Project.

Billy Crudup played the part in Zack Snyder’s 2009 feature film version.

Interestingly enough, Abdul-Mateen’s character has been listed as ‘Cal Abraham’ thus far, suggesting he might be donning a fake name when we first meet him in the series.

Regina King, Jeremy Irons, Tim Blake Nelson, Don Johnson and Louis Gossett Jr are also part of the series, set to premiere in the fall.

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