It’s no secret that the sequel to Wonder Woman will be based in the 80s, which is why we’re getting a poster that fits into that decade. The new movie poster sees the Amazon warrior decked out in gold instead of her usual signature outfit. It’s also got some psychedelic colours that fit into the 80s theme. Wonder Woman 1984 comes to cinemas in June 2020 and sees Gal Gadot reprise her role as the titular character with Kristen Wiig starring as her arch-nemesis the Cheetah.
GLOW Season 3 To Air
The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling from Netflix will return in August in the new season of GLOW. The third season of the half-hour dramedy series will see Alison Brie reprise her role as Ruth Wilder, an out-of-work actress who resorts to professional wrestling to earn a living. Season 3 of the series sees the ladies of GLOW journeying to Las Vegas where they headline their own show at the Fan-Tan Hotel and Casino. Joining Brie are season regulars Betty Gilpin and Marc Maron. All 10 episodes of Season 3 of GLOW will be available on Netflix beginning August 9th.
Jurassic World: Camp
From DreamWorks Animation comes a new animated-adventure series, which will debut exclusively on Netflix in 2020. Taking place within the same timeline as 2015’s Jurassic World, Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous follows a group of six teenagers who are invited to experience a new adventure camp on the opposite side of Isla Nublar. But when dinosaurs wreak havoc across the island, the campers are stranded forcing them to rely on their wits and instincts in order to survive.
Lucifer Renewed For A
Netflix has renewed the series Lucifer for a fifth and final season. After it was unceremoniously axed by Fox after three seasons, the streaming giant swooped in for the save to give show another run. Lucifer season 4, which had a ten-episode order, premiered in May and ended on quite a cliff-hanger. It will be interesting to see where Lucifer goes from here on end with all loose ends due to be tied up. Series regulars, Tom Ellis, Rachael Harris, Aimee Garcia, Kevin Alejandro, and Lesley-Ann Brandt are set to return.
Swamp Thing Gets The
Boy, that was quick. After debuting on the DC Universe just recently, the Swamp Thing series has been officially canned. Trouble evidently was brewing for the production when the original 13-episode series order was cut down to ten prior to its release. No word on why Warner Bros decided to cancel the series after just a couple of episodes. It also paints a bleak picture for the DC Universe streaming service, which is currently trying to get off the ground. It is unfortunate for fans of Swamp Thing though as it remains an interesting comic book character and it appears the series has struck a chord with fans as well before the plug was pulled.