The Weekly Wrap: Fantastic Beasts 2 Set Image

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David Yates’ Fantastic Beasts sequel is currently in production and the newest set image has revealed the timeline for the film. According to the image, the sequel looks to be taking place a year after the events of the first film. Fantastic Beasts 2 will see the return of Eddie Redmayne as Newt Scamander and Katherin Waterston as Auror Tina Goldstein. Also returning are Alison Sudol, Dan Fogler and Johnny Depp as Gellert Grindelwald. The untitled Fantastic Beasts sequel opens in November 2018.

New Supergirl Villain
supergirl_reignIt looks like the stakes will be raised on Supergirl with a new villain that boasts similar powers as the girl of steel. The new villain, Reign, is not only super strong but also a villain that will reportedly grow in power and presence throughout the course of Supergirl Season 3 on The CW. Played by Odette Annable, Reign will not only be the most pressing thorn in Supergirl’s side as there are also problems for Kara as Lena Luthor is hard at work running CatCo.

House Of Cards To End 
house_of_cards_5Fresh off a recent controversy involving Kevin Spacey, Netflix has decided to pull the plug on its hit political drama series, House of Cards. The streaming channel announced that season six will end the series, which followed the life of President Frank Underwood. The news comes at a strange time as Spacey is in the middle of a sex scandal and also coming out of the closet to announce his sexuality. That said, House of Cards has taken a dent in its ratings in its latest season, which makes the call to end the series the right one.

First Look: The Post
the_post_first_lookSteven Spielberg is putting his name into the hat for the upcoming Academy Awards with The Post. The star-studded film, starring Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep is a historical drama based on the Pentagon Papers in the 1970, which revolved around the Nixon White House taking the Washington Post to task about controversial internal memos from the Nixon administration. The Post also stars Carrie Coon, Sarah Paulson, Jesse Plemons, Alison Brie, Bradley Whitford, Bob Odenkirk, Matthew Rhys, Michael Stuhlbarg, Zach Woods, Bruce Greenwood, and Tracy Letts.

Luke Returns To The Falcon 

The latest TV spot for The Last Jedi dishes out a welcome dose of nostalgia with Luke Skywalker making his return to the Millennium Falcon. That little scene though isn’t the only thing new about the new TV spot, as it also reveals some interesting new footage. For starters, the Falcon looks to be in the heat of combat and there’s yet another tease that Rey could be heading towards the Dark Side once more. Too many questions are being raised about The Last Jedi at the moment, but the best fans can do is wait for the film to hit cinemas in December 2017.

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