Netflix Releases Tuca and Bertie Official Trailer, Showtime Casts Master Chief for Halo Series, and More!

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Joe and Anthony Russo Announce Plans for a Stan Lee Documentary

Brothers Joe and Anthony Russo have revealed that they are working on a documentary that will focus on the life of the late Stan Lee. They stated that they aren’t ready to divulge details about the project at this time, but it is in the works. The Russo-led Avengers: Endgame opens in theaters on April 26th.


Netflix Releases Tuca and Bertie Official Trailer

Netflix has released the first official trailer for Tuca and Bertie, a new animated series from the creators of BoJack Horseman. Tuca and Bertie stars Tiffandy Haddish and Ali Wong as two 30-year-old bird women living in the same apartment building. The show begins streaming on May 3rd.

See the trailer below!


John Cena in Talks for Suicide Squad Sequel

According to Variety, actor and wrestler John Cena is currently in talks to join the upcoming Suicide Squad sequel. There is no word on what role he would play, but Cena would join returning cast Margot Robbie and Jai Courtney, along with newcomer Idris Elba. The Suicide Squad opens in theaters on April 6th, 2021.


Pablo Schreiber Cast as Master Chief for Live-Action Halo

Actor Pablo Schreiber has officially been cast as Master Chief in Showtime’s upcoming live-action Halo series. Based on the popular Xbox video game franchise, the television series will follow the plot from the games with humanity at odds with the alien race known as the Covenant. There is no premiere date for the Halo series at this time.


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