These are all news from last week, from Monday 20th to Sunday 26th.
- The cover for A Semi-Definite List of Worst Nightmares by Krystal Shuterland has been revealed (source)
- We get an excerpt for Leigh Bardugo’s new book, Wonder Woman: Wabringer (source)
- Renegades, book 1 in the Gatlon Trilogy, by Marissa Meyer is coming out November 7 (source)
- Iwan Rheon has joined Inhumans as Maximus (source)
- Jamie Chung joins Blair Redford as Clarice Fong in a Bryan Singer’s X-Men TV show, currently untitled (source)
- Lea Michele joins Daveed Diggs comedy pilot, alongside Brandon Michael Hall (source)
- Cress Williams joins Black Lightning in the lead role (source)
- The Get Down Part II is coming to Netflix on April 7 (source)
- Doctor Who season 10 premieres April 15th (source)
Before mentioning last week’s news, I would like to take a moment to say goodbye to Bill Paxton, who passed away yesterday at the age of 61 due to a surgery. He was best known for movies such as Titanic, Aliens and Edge of Tomorrow, and on TV in Agents o SHIELD. Rest in peace, Bill.
- Jennifer Garner joins the movie adaptation of Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda as Simon’s mother (source)
- Cars 3 will have some NASCAR stars voicing characters (source)
- The Batman solo movie has a new director, after Ben Affleck dropped out of the project (will he be still playing Barman?): Matt Reeves (source)
- Three Dark Crowns, by author Kendare Blake, has been optioned by Fox and Stranger Things producer Shawn Levy (source)
- A Darker Shade of Magic has been option by Sony with producers Gerard Butler and the Neal Moritz Team; V.E. Schwab will be attached to the project (source)
- Finally, Nightwing will have his own film (live-action) with Chris McKay directing it (source)
- The shooting for the Han Solo spin-off has started and we have our first look at the cast all together (source)
What are you most excited about? Are there any news I have missed? Let’s discuss them!