The Weekly Wrap: Details About Army of the Dead Revealed

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Zack Snyder’s zombie action flick, Army of the Dead, is set to be a “full-blown, balls-to-the-wall zombie heist movie,” according to the director. Snyder made the revelation in a recent interview with EW. Starring Dave Bautista, Hiroyuki Sanada and Tig Notaro, the film is primed to be one of Netflix’s big releases this year. The streamer will also produce a four-part animated prequel series Army of the Dead: Lost Vegas, with the principal cast voicing their respective characters.

First Look:  Gossip Girl Reboot
A new Gossip Girl series is currently in production for HBO Max. The new rebooted series will air in 2021 with a new cast. However Kristen Bell is returning to voice the unseen ‘Gossip Girl.’ The new show takes place eight years after the finale of the previous show and will focus on a new group of teens from the Upper East Side. The new cast members from the show include Tavi Gevinson, Thomas Doherty and Emily Alyn Lind. The Gossip Girl reboot is set to arrive on HBO Max in 2021.

Netflix Wants A We Can Be Heroes Sequel
Robert Rodriguez will be developing a follow-up to the kid-friendly superhero flick, We Can Be Heroes, for Netflix. Apparently the streamer wants to continue to expand on this family-oriented franchise with another film.  We Can Be Heroes is set in the same universe as Shark Boy and Lava Girl, and centres on a group of kids with superpowers who have to fight the baddies when their superhero parents are neutralised. According to Netflix, the film was viewed over 40 million times since its release in mid-December.

Vin Diesel and John Cena Face-Off In New F9 Image
The latest F9 image sees Vin Diesel and gang crossing paths with John Cena. Both actors are portraying brothers in the latest instalment to the Fast & Furious franchise. The film is set for a theatrical release this year after being pulled from its summer 2020 date due to the health crisis. The new image teases brotherly tension as Dom has to contend with his estranged brother Jakob who just so happens to be a highly-skilled assassin and high-performance driver. F9 is due in cinemas in May 2021.

Cyborg Is Off The Flash Movie
Andy Muschietti’s The Flash movie will have two alternate versions of Batman with both Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck playing the role. Based on the ‘Flashpoint’ storyline, fans expect even more DC heroes show up in the film. One character that may not feature in the story is Cyborg, who was portrayed by Ray Fisher. The actor has engaged in a widely-publicised spat with the big wigs at Warner Bros. According to a recent report by The Wrap, the Cyborg character has been written off the film. Still, it won’t be the last hurrah for Fisher’s Cyborg as he will still feature prominently in The Snyder cut of the Justice League, which will premiere in March on HBO Max.

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