The Weekly Wrap: Spider-Man Sequel Gets Titled

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Tom Holland recently revealed the official title to the sequel of Spider-Man: Homecoming, which will be titled Spider-Man: Far From Home. The sequel will hit cinemas in July 2019, with filming expected to start fairly soon. Kevin Feige has hinted that the sequel could see Peter Parker embark on a globetrotting adventure, leaving the Big Apple far behind. Jake Gyllenhaal is set to play the villain Mysterio in the sequel. Spider-Man: Far From Home should also address the events following Infinity War, where the wall crawler was turned into dust at the end of the film.

Mark Wahlberg & Peter Berg Re-Team For Netflix
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The creative partnership between Mark Wahlberg and director Peter Berg continues with another project, which will debut on Netflix. The duo will pair up for the film, Wonderland, which will be adapted from a best-selling detective series. Wahlberg and Berg have worked together on five films so far, which includes Lone Survivor, Deepwater Horizon, Patriot’s Day, and Mile 22, which will be released later this year. No official timeline has been given for Wonderland or when Netflix plans on premiering the film.

Jeremy Irons Joins The Watchmen
alfred_ironsAlthough he’s playing Alfred, Jeremy Irons has also set his sights on starring in the Watchmen pilot for HBO. Filming is underway with Damon Lindelof at the helm, of what could potentially be a series for HBO. No details have been given with regards to Irons involvement in the Watchmen pilot, although rumours claim that the actor will portray an aging imperial British lord. According to Lindelof, the Watchmen production will not be directly based on the Alan Moore comic book series.

Indiana Jones 5 Delayed
indiana_jonesFans of Indiana Jones will have to wait a while longer for the next instalment to the series. Despite being pencilled in for a 2020 release, the film won’t be able to start production for a while. The reason for the delay is there isn’t a workable screenplay at the moment. It was recently reported that Jonathan Kasdan has stepped in to rework the screenplay for Indiana Jones 5.The good news is though that both Steven Spielberg and Harrison Ford remain committed to producing another instalment to the beloved franchise.

New Titans Image
robin_titansThe new DC Universe streaming service looks to be coming together rather nicely. The service will reportedly lay the groundwork for future superhero series which will exist exclusively on the streaming service. The anchor series will be Titans, which will revolve around the young heroes of DC such as Robin. The first image released sees the gritty nature of the series with Brenton Thwaites geared up as a battle weary Robin. Titans will feature characters such as Raven and Beast Boy as well as Jason Todd and the Doom Patrol. The DC Universe streaming service will launch in 2019.

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