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The Random – Gotham by Gaslight, Spider-Man, The Exorcist, Mission: Impossible 6, John Carpenter and more

Batman: Gotham by Gaslight

  • According to the list of special features included with upcoming animated feature Batman and Harley Quinn, the next DC Animation direct-to-video release will be Batman: Gotham by Gaslight, an adaptation of the first ever DC Comics Elseworlds story. Batman: Gotham by Gaslight was originally released by DC Comics in 1989. The story was written by Brian Augustyn, with art by Hellboy creator Mike Mignola, and inked by P. Craig Russell. Batman: Gotham by Gaslight reimagines Batman as a Victorian era vigilante-detective investigating the serial killer Jack the Ripper.
  • Composer John Williams, who has scored all but two of Steven Spielberg’s feature films over the past 43 years, will not be doing the music chores on Spielberg’s Ready Player One — instead, that job will go to Forrest Gump composer Alan Silvestri. Because post-production is happening on the same time on both Ready Player One and Spielberg’s other film, The Papers, Williams will score the latter film. It will mark their 28th feature collaboration – Variety
  • John Cho (Star Trek) has joined the cast of The Exorcist Season 2. Alfonso Herrera, Kurt Egyiawan and Ben Daniels are the only cast members to return for the second season. They will have a new possession case. According to Fox, Herrera’s Father Ortega and Daniels’ newly collarless Marcus Keane find themselves out of Chicago and on the road, searching out evil. Ultimately, the two men are led to Cho’s Andrew Kim, a former child psychologist who runs a group home for five at-risk foster children on a secluded private island off the coast of Seattle. When one of the children under Andrew’s care is targeted by a powerful force, the two priests head west, setting themselves on a collision course with Hell – TVLine
  • Tom Cruise shared this images from Mission: Impossible 6. He is there with Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson and Ving Rhames. Great to see Ving back with the team.

  • Universal Cable Productions (UCP) has signed an overall development deal with John Carpenter (The Thing, Halloween). He will executive produce scripted programming with UCP for the NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment portfolio, external networks and streaming services, along with his producing partner Sandy King under their Storm King Productions banner. UCP and Carpenter are currently in development with Syfy on Tales For A Halloween Night, based on Carpenter’s graphic-novel anthology of horror stories. A writer search is underway. Additionally, UCP and Carpenter are developing Nightside, based on the literary series by Simon R. Green, with Jill Blotevogel (Scream: The TV Series) attached to write the script.
  • This video shows ADI’s talented crew creating the test makeup of Green Goblin for Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man. This hybrid animatronic/makeup made use of a silicone skin animated by servos and the facial performance of Tom Woodruff Jr.

  • Stephen Amell has confirmed that Manu Bennett will indeed be returning as a regular cast member in Arrow’s sixth season. “I can report that Manu Bennett is back to being a part of the show, and I think we will see him multiple times this year, which is awesome,” he confirmed. Great to know Deathstroke will be back. Amell also said that “we have somebody returning to the show this year that we have not seen since season one.” Arrow will return to The CW on October 12th
  • Katheryn Winnick (Vikings) has been teasing a top secret project which will be announced at the San Diego Comic Con this month. Could she be Black Canary for DC or either Silver Sable or Black Cat for Marvel and Sony?

  • Check out this great video by Nelson Carvajal. It is a side-by-side comparison with one of the episodes from Master of None Season 2 to the 1948 classic The Bicycle Thief.

Master of None: iPhone and Bicycle Thieves from Nelson Carvajal on Vimeo.

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