Christian Bale’s The Pale Blue Eye Adds Gillian Anderson, Robert Duvall & Timothy Spall

The much-anticipated gothic-horror The Pale Blue Eye is continuing to stud itself with a profound cast, which has now got new joiners including Gillian Anderson (The X-Files, Sex Education), Robert Duvall (The Godfather, The Judge), and Timothy Spall (Harry Potter). The film, which was announced earlier this year, previously announced an ensemble of a cast which includes Lucy Boynton (Bohemian Rhapsody), Toby Jones (Naked, Finding Neverland), Harry Lawtey, Simon McBurney, and Charlotte Gainsbourg (Nymphomaniac).

Christian Bale’s The Pale Blue Eye Adds Gillian Anderson, Robert Duvall & Timothy Spall

The much-anticipated gothic-horror The Pale Blue Eye is continuing to stud itself with a profound cast, which has now got new joiners including Gillian Anderson (The X-Files, Sex Education), Robert Duvall (The Godfather, The Judge), and Timothy Spall (Harry Potter). The film, which was announced earlier this year, previously announced an ensemble of a cast which includes Lucy Boynton (Bohemian Rhapsody), Toby Jones (Naked, Finding Neverland), Harry Lawtey, Simon McBurney, and Charlotte Gainsbourg (Nymphomaniac).

The Matrix Resurrections TV Spot Offers More Action & Further Clues

The newest TV spot for the upcoming sci-fi sequel The Matrix Resurrections, which is aptly titled “Fighting”, offers several glimpses of some new, action-packed footage, as well as more of the dream-like, surreal imagery that has littered the marketing material so far. Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss return to their respective roles of Neo and Trinity, with the pair finding themselves once again fighting for freedom in a digital world.

Joe Manganiello Doesn’t Think He’ll Play Deathstoke in the DCEU Ever Again

In another strand of the multiverse right around now, we could have been seeing Ben Affleck’s Batman taking the lead in a solo movie and discovering how Zack Snyder’s DCEU plan evolved with the likes of Deathstroke and Joker playing a big role in the franchise. However, circumstances dictated otherwise and a number of plans fell apart thanks to the disjointed affair that Warner Bros. Justice League became, including the big future plans for Joe Manganiello’s Deathstroke which it looks like are now dead in the water, as not even the actor believes that he will return to the role

Scream Legacy Cast Members Return in New Character Posters

Ahead of the premiere of the fifth Scream movie in January, a trio of character posters have been released featuring the legacy cast members. Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and David Arquette have all three consistently starred in every movie in the series since the original was released in 1996. Each has been given their own character poster for Scream, with the "It's always someone you know" tagline teasing that perhaps one of them could be behind the mask this time around.

New TV Spot for ‘No Way Home’ Subtly Give A Different Take On The Film

A new TV Spot for the upcoming multiversal MCU entry, Spider-Man: No Way Home has brought in a very small, yet significant change in a Doctor Strange quote. Though the change is small (yet noticeable), a single word puts an entire scenario in a different perspective. And that change is at the moment in the trailer wherein Doctor Strange asks Holland’s Peter Parker to “Scooby-Do this crap”.

Benedict Cumberbatch Hasn’t Read the Full Spider-Man: No Way Home Script

Benedict Cumberbatch is an old hand at keeping Marvel secrets, having once seemingly been appointed as a ward over Tom Holland to ensure the Spider-Man actor didn’t accidentally drop any spoilers. When it comes to Spider-Man: No Way Home, the pair have been doing a number of interviews in the run up to the movie’s release in a couple of weeks and of course everyone wants to ask very in depth questions about the events of the film and its impact on the MCU’s future. However, in an interview with USA Today, Cumberbatch revealed that to some degree he can simple not give anything away as he hasn’t actually read the whole script.

"Rogers: The Musical" Writers Would Love To Write A Full-Length Marvel Musical

Looks like the curator/composers of Rogers: The Musical theme that played in the first episode of the Disney+ series Hawkeye wants to stretch that number from a small stint to an entire Broadway production. In a discussion with Entertainment Weekly, when asked if they would ever consider doing a Marvel musical, songwriters Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman took no time admitting that they would love to. Wittman said,