After three short teasers, we finally got the full official trailer! We are so excited about a lot of things, but Black-suit Superman easily tops the list.
We got a date! The Snyder Cut is set to premiere on March 18th only on HBO Max. Contrary to previous announcements, it will not be released in four one-hour parts, but as a four-hour movie. Save the date! New posters were also released with the announcement.
After shutting down production last March, the second season of The Witcher is set to resume filming on August 17th.
I’m dusting off my lute and quill,— The Witcher (@witchernetflix) June 22, 2020
I have some news, some mead to spill:
After all the months we’ve been apart
It’s time for production to restart.
The Witcher and his bard – who’s flawless,
Will reunite on set 17 August.
Variety and PBS SoCal have announced the lineup and schedule for the new season of Variety Studio: Actors on Actors. Due to the crisis we’re going through, this season was filmed entirely from the actors’ homes. Henry will be sharing a one-on-one conversation with Patrick Stewart. The issue will hit newsstands on June 23rd, with clips debuting on Variety’s website starting June 22nd.
VARIETY – The new season of the Emmy-winning series was filmed entirely from actors’ homes and includes one-on-one conversations between stars from potential contending shows in this year’s Emmy race. The first two episodes will premiere on PBS SoCal on Friday, July 17, at 8 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. with episodes three and four premiering on Friday, July 24, at 8 p.m. and 8:30 pm. All episodes will stream on pbssocal.org and on the free PBS Video app following their premieres.
The conversations include Jennifer Aniston (“The Morning Show”) with Lisa Kudrow (“Space Force,” “Feel Good”); Henry Cavill (“The Witcher”) with Patrick Stewart (“Star Trek: Picard”); Kieran Culkin (“Succession”) with Dan Levy (“Schitt’s Creek”); Russell Crowe (“The Loudest Voice in the Room”) with Nicole Kidman (“Big Little Lies”); Claire Danes (“Homeland”) with Damian Lewis (“Billions”); Daveed Diggs (“Snowpiercer”) with Anthony Mackie (“Black Mirror,” “Altered Carbon”); Chris Evans (“Defending Jacob”) with Paul Rudd (“Living with Yourself”); Anne Hathaway (“Modern Love”) with Hugh Jackman (“Bad Education”); Nicholas Hoult (“The Great”) with Paul Mescal (“Normal People”); Regina King (“Watchmen”) with Reese Witherspoon (“Little Fires Everywhere”, “Big Little Lies”, “The Morning Show”); Sandra Oh (“Killing Eve”) with Kerry Washington (“Little Fires Everywhere”); Tessa Thompson (“Westworld”) with Ramy Youssef (“Ramy”); and Zendaya (“Euphoria”) with Mj Rodriguez (“Pose”).
Netflix has announced that the Sherlock Holmes spin-off, Enola Holmes, that it has acquired rights to the film and will be available for streaming on their service. No release date yet though!
Based on the Enola Holmes Mysteries book series by Nancy Springer, the film tells the story of the least-famous Holmes sibling, who sets out on an investigation after her mother (Helena Bonham Carter) disappears on her 16th birthday. Neither Sherlock (Henry Cavill) nor Mycroft Holmes (Sam Claflin) are much interested in solving the case. As an inquisitive young 1880s English girl, Enola sees no choice but to head to London on her own and meets a whole cast of colorful characters on her journey towards finding her mother.
Netflix has paused production due to growing concerns over the coronavirus pandemic. Stay safe, everyone!
THE WRAP – Netflix paused production on the second season of “The Witcher,” which is currently filming in the U.K., for two weeks on Sunday due to growing concerns over the coronavirus pandemic, an individual with knowledge of the situation tells TheWrap.
The Henry Cavill-led fantasy series, which began production on Season 2 last month and is set to launch its new episodes in 2021, is the latest TV show to suspend or delay production due to fears about COVID-19.
On Friday, Netflix put a two-week hiatus on all of its film and TV production in North America in response to government restrictions and health and safety precautions. Obviously, “The Witcher” was not part of that particular grouping, given that it is shooting in the U.K.