I cannot believe that Morning Spoilers is how I find out that Dylan O’Brien is coming back to the big screen, but here I am, a fool for this silly actor who I think is neat (He’s going to be in Caddo Lake, FYI). Also, I want to point out that Silo, legitimately one of the best sci fi shows airing right now, has been renewed for a second season! Citadel, an expensive and charmless spy-fi thriller, also gets renewed. Good for Priyanka Chopra-Jonas. She deserves better, but… fine. Also, Marvel gets cute in the community notes. Open the first page of your book, spoilers, lets start at the top.
A Transformer Is Headed to the Moon
Project Hail Mary
THR reports Phil Lord and Chris Miller are attached to direct Project Hail Mary, a film adaptation Andy Weir’s 2021 novel in which “a lone astronaut travels to another star on a mission to save Earth” after the sun begins to dim. Starring Ryan Gosling, the outlet notes much of the movie’s Drew Goddard-penned script “features Gosling’s character, Ryland Grace, alone on a spaceship with no one to talk to. But the key emotional relationship in the film will be between Ryland and an alien, one much easier to describe in a novel than depict onscreen. He speaks through musical tones, not language — and won’t have a cute cuddly face (no Baby Yoda toys to sell on this one).”
THR also reports Jack Quaid has signed on to star in Companion, an upcoming sci-fi thriller at New Line from director Drew Hancock. Though details on the plot are currently under wraps, Barbarian director Zach Cregger is attached to produce.
Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning, Part 1
IGN additionally reports Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning, Part 1 will be the longest entry in the franchise at 2 hours and 36 minutes long.
According to Bloody-Disgusting, the M. Night Shyamlan-produced Caddo Lake has been rated “PG-13″ for “some disturbing/bloody images, thematic elements, and brief strong language.” Dylan O’Brien, Eliza Scanlen, Lauren Ambrose, Eric Lange, Sam Hennings and Diana Hopper are attached to star.
Transformers One, the upcoming animated movie, has been bushed back two months and will now release September 13, 2024.
Transformers: Rise of the Beasts
Relatedly, the cast and crew of Rise of the Beasts discuss filming at Machu Picchu in a new featurette.
Barry Allen enters Michael Keaton’s Batcave in a new clip from The Flash.
According to Spoiler TV, Apple has officially renewed Silo for a second season.
Citadel has additionally been renewed for a second season at Amazon Prime.
Nancy Drew shares “a sweet moment” with Ace in the synopsis for her June 14 episode, “The Danger of the Hopeful Sigil.”
FEELINGS – Nancy (Kennedy McMann) and Ace (Alex Saxon) share a sweet moment while working together to find a way to break the curse. Meanwhile, Carson (Scott Wolf) and Jean (guest star Erica Cerra (Supernatural, The 100) continue growing closer, but a recent conversation leaves him with an unsettled feeling. Lastly, Jesse (guest star Geraldine Chiu Snowpiercer) and Birdie (guest star Alison Thornton Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce) devise a plan to teach the school bully a lesson. Jem Garrard directed the episode written by Celine Geiger & Lauren Glover (#403). Original airdate 6/14/2023.
The official Secret Invasion Twitter page has released a gallery of new character posters with attached disinformation warnings.
Finally, Jughead is indicted in the murder of reclusive sci-fi author, Brad Raybury, in the trailer for next week’s episode of Riverdale.
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