It’s a bit of a running joke (literally) with regards to Warner Bros’ plans with The Flash. A latest report claims that the standalone movie featuring the Scarlet Speedster has been delayed once more, this time to 2021. The Flash has been in development since 2016 and has gone through multiple changes in the director’s seat. Ezra Miller will reportedly be back to play the character but even then there is no guarantee at this point especially with Warner Bros’ plans to retool the DCEU following The Justice League movie.
Sherlock Team To Make Dracula Series
Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, the men responsible for the BBC series Sherlock are now focusing their creative talents on a new supernatural project on Netflix. The duo will now develop a Dracula series for the streaming service in partnership with the BBC, drawing inspiration from Bram Stoker’s classic novel. The Dracula series will reportedly consist of three feature length episodes and will be set in the late 1800s in Transylvania.
Spider-Man: Far From Home Wraps
We’ll see the wall-crawler back on the big screen in July next year and the good news is he won’t be late. Tom Holland recently took to Instagram to announce that Spider-Man: Far From Home has officially wrapped production. The sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming will see Holland joined by Zendaya, Marisa Tomei and Michael Keaton as well as new additions to the cast. The sequel will see Samuel L. Jackson, Cobie Smulders and Jake Gyllenhaal feature as well. But Marvel fans will get a double dose of Holland as the actor swings into action in the highly-anticipated follow-up to Infinity War, due in May 2019.
Men In Black Reboot Wraps
We may get to see a teaser soon from the upcoming Men In Black reboot starring Chris Hemsworth. The Australian actor took to social media this week to announce that filming has wrapped on the upcoming sci-fi action comedy. Although not a complete reboot as the setting of the film will take place within the same universe as Agent K and J, the new Men In Black film focuses on all-new characters. Hemsworth stars alongside Tessa Thompson in the film with director F. Gary Gray serving as director. Men In Black arrives in cinemas in June 2019.
Jungle Cruise Delayed
It looks like fans of Dwayne Johnson will have to wait a while to see the actor’s Disney adventure Jungle Cruise on the big screen. Due to rescheduling, the film will now arrive in cinemas in July 2020, ten months later than its original date of October 2019. The issues could stem from extensive post production or perhaps some crafty manoeuvring by Disney with their studio releases. Johnson and co-star Emily Blunt recently wrapped production on the film, which is based on the famous theme park ride.