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The Random: Moon Knight, Dungeons & Dragons, The Last of Us, Godzilla vs. Kong, Avatar 2

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Moon Knight

Ethan Hawke has joined the new show to play the Marvel Studios series’ lead villain opposite Oscar Isaac. No other specifics were given about the role. Filming is due to begin in March in Budapest – THR


Avatar 2

This new piece of concept art by Jonathan Bach gives us a look at a different side of Pandora.

The Last of Us

Russian filmmaker Kantemir Balagov (Beanpole) has signed on to direct the first episode of the TV adaptation of the Naughty Dog video game. He replaces Johan Renck, who had to drop out because of a scheduling conflict. Craig Mazin, the creator of HBO’s acclaimed limited series Chernobyl, is writing and executive producing with Neil Druckmann, the writer and creative director of the game. – THR


Godzilla vs. Kong

Warner Bros. is moving up Godzilla vs. Kong two months to March 26. The film had previously been set for May. Godzilla vs. Kong will be in US cinemas and on HBO Max day and date, as part of Warner Bros.’ unprecedented deal, announced in December, to send its entire 2021 slate to the streaming service.

The teaser below shows a snippet of the two giants fighting, along with teases for Mortal Kombat and Space Jam 2.


Dungeons & Dragons

Paramount and Hasbro’s filmed entertainment studio, eOne, are in the casting stages of a live-action (Chris Pine has already been cast) Dungeons & Dragons feature film, but Hasbro/eOne is also laying the groundwork for a television series based on the fantasy role-playing game.

Derek Kolstad, the creator and writer behind the John Wick franchise, has been tapped to pen and develop a pitch for a live-action series based on the Dungeons & Dragons universe – THR


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