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The Random: Aaron Paul joins Westworld, Harriet Tubman biopic, another decade of The Walking Dead, Midway, Channel Zero, Jason Todd in Titans and more


Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad) is joining the recently ordered third season of the series. No word on his character, but he will be a series regular – Deadline

Harriet Tubman biopic

Focus Features has announced the production of a biopic based on the legendary abolitionist Harriet Tubman with Cynthia Erivo set for the lead role. Based on the story of iconic freedom fighter Harriet Tubman, Harriet follows Tubman (Erivo) on her escape from slavery and subsequent missions to free dozens of slaves through the Underground Railroad in the face of growing pre-Civil War adversity. The film, which will be directed by Kasi Lemmons (Eve’s Bayou) and co-written by Lemmons and Gregory Allen Howard (Remember the Titans), will also feature an ensemble cast that includes Leslie Odom Jr. (Hamilton, Murder on the Orient Express), Joe Alwyn (Boy Erased, The Favourite, Mary Queen of Scots), Grammy Award-winner Jennifer Nettles and Clarke Peters (Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri) – ComingSoon


Alexander Ludwig has joined Roland Emmerich and Lionsgate’s World War II film Midway. He joins Woody Harrelson, Patrick Wilson, Ed Skrein, Aaron Eckhart, Luke Evans, Mandy Moore, Dennis Quaid, Darren Criss, and Nick Jonas. Based on the true story of the Battle of Midway, a turning point in the Pacific theater of World War II, the film chronicles the exploits of the soldiers and aviators involved in the fight. Producers are Emmerich’s Centropolis Entertainment, Harald Kloser, and Mark Gordon – Variety

Channel Zero

SYFY’s horror anthology series returns on 26th October 2018 with Channel Zero: The Dream Door. The new season stars horror icon Barbara Crampton, Brandon Scott, Maria Sten, Steven Robertson and Steven Weber. Based on the “creepypasta” short story “Hidden Door” by Charlotte Bywater, “Channel Zero: The Dream Door” follows newlyweds Jillian (Sten) and Tom Hodgson (Scott), who have each brought secrets into their marriage. When they discover a strange door in their basement, those secrets start to threaten their relationship — and their lives. Crampton will play “Vanessa Moss” – a woman with a close relationship with Tom Hodgson, we’re told. She’s unprepared for the danger that Tom brings with him – Bloody Disgusting


IGN had these first images of Curran Walters as Jason Todd in the Titans TV show.

Showrunner Greg Walker had this to say about the first ever live-action Jason Todd:

What I really love about [Jason] as a character is the unbridled sense of self that he has – there’s a lack of… maybe self-awareness, but for sure self-consciousness in terms of how he comports himself and how he moves through the world. He’s completely seemingly unaffected by darkness – he kind of embraces it or walks right through it. He’s a breath of fresh air and that’s what I love about him, he’s got a punk rock, no-holds-barred attitude that’s massively unburdened. There’s a lot of energy that comes with that.

Warner Bros also released some other photos which show Hawk and Dove – Hank Hall (Alan Ritchson), aka Hawk, and Dawn Granger (Minka Kelly), aka Dove.


CineLife Entertainment is releasing a remastered and restored version of the John Carpenter’s Halloween in select US cinemas on 27th October. Dean Cundey, the cinematographer of the first Halloween, oversaw the restoration of the film. “We are thrilled to be a part of the 40th anniversary celebration,” said CineLife’s managing director, Mark Rupp. “Working with Compass International Pictures and Trancas International Films to bring the most fear-provoking and enduring horror movies of all time to cinema screens around the globe.”

The 1978 film introduced both the iconic masked killer Michael Myers and Jamie Lee Curtis’ beleaguered babysitter Laurie Strode. Both characters will feature in director David Gordon Green’s upcoming direct sequel to Carpenter’s movie, which is also called Halloween and will be released Oct. 19.

“I’m thrilled to have the original make its way back into theaters, as we prepare for the release of the sequel,” added Carpenter. “Having both back in theaters this fall is remarkable.” – EW

The Walking Dead

Appearing at the Goldman Sachs Communacopia Conference, AMC Networks CEO Josh Sapan on Wednesday touted the continued investment by his cable channels group to get bigger but insisted he had been prudent as his company competes against new industry forces.

When asked about the weaker ratings for AMC hit show The Walking DeadSapan argued the popular series was more of a franchise. “The Walking Dead is a universe…and we have a plan to manage over the next decade, plus. That plan is a careful plan to respect the world of the fans of that world,” he argued, as Sapan pointed to Fear of the Walking Dead as an extension of The Walking Dead franchise – THR

Godzilla: King of the Monsters

Godzilla: King of the Monsters has been rated PG-13 by the MPAA.


Sergei Lukyanenko’s (Night Watch/Day Watch) post-apocalyptic zombie bestseller Quazi is set to become an English-language series. Monumental, Fox’ co-production partner in Russia, will produce.

Quazi is set in a post-apocalyptic Earth overrun by the Risen Dead. A small group of evolved, intelligent zombies, called the Quazi, form a fragile alliance with the remaining humans surviving within fortress city-states. When a sinister murder threatens the balance of power, a human detective must form an uneasy partnership with a Quazi agent to investigate.

Monumental said the project is in late development, with talent currently being attached – THR

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