Len Wiseman Teases Swamp Thing Behind the Scenes, Syfy Orders Resident Alien Series, and More!

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Len Wiseman Teases Swamp Thing First Footage

Director Len Wiseman has shared new behind the scenes footage from the upcoming Swamp Thing Series on DC Universe. His Instagram video briefly teases the eerie swamp environment bathed in a green glow. Swamp Thing stars Crystal Reed, Kevin Durand, Andy Bean, and more and will exclusively stream on DC Universe beginning later this year.

Syfy Orders Resident Alien Series from Pilot

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the Syfy network has officially ordered a Resident Alien series after review of the pilot. Alan Tudyk will star in this series as an alien named Harry who crash-lands on Earth and takes on the identity of a small-town doctor. This twisted and comedic fish-out-of-water series comes from an adaptation of the Dark Horse comic series by the same name.

CBS Announces Picard Series Premiere Director

Filmmaker Hanelle Culpepper is officially set to direct the upcoming Captain Picard series for CBS All Access. Culpepper, a veteran of Star Trek: Discovery, will be the first female director to launch a new Star Trek series in the franchise’s history. Not much is known about the Picard series, but Patrick Stewart will return to the iconic role when the series begins production.

Ray Liotta to Join The Many Saints of Newark

According to Deadline, actor Ray Liotta is in talks to join the cast of The Sopranos prequel film called The Many Saints of Newark. Liotta is well-known in mob movies for portraying Henry Hill in Goodfellas. Alan Taylor is directing the picture, which also stars Jon Bernthal, Vera Farmiga, Michael Gandolfini, and more.

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