New Mandalorian Trailer, D&D Star Wars Trilogy Canceled, and more!

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New Mandalorian Trailer

Star Wars released the second official trailer for The Mandalorian. The trailer features Wener Herzog’s unnamed character explaining to The Mandalorian that even though the Mandalorian people suffered during the revolution, bounty hunting is a complicated business and profession. The Mandalorian will premiere on Disney+ on November 12th.


D&D Star Wars Trilogy Canceled

Game of Thrones creators David Benoiff and D.B. Weiss were originally set to create a new Star Wars trilogy, but now it seems that their trilogy has been canceled. They explained that they had to walk away from their deal with Lucasfilm due to scheduling difficulties. Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker will premiere in theaters on December 20th.


New Superman and Lois Series

The CW has confirmed that there will be a new Arrowverse spinoff series titled Superman and Lois. The show will follow Tyler Hoechlin’s Superman and Elizabeth Tolloch’s Lois Lane after their son is born. There is no further news about Superman and Lois at this time.


New Dante’s Inferno Reimagining

According to Deadline, Freeform is developing a Dante’s Inferno reimagining. The series is said to follow Grace Dante, “who thought her life sucked between parenting her drug addict mother and her troubled brother” and has since had to give up all her dreams.” Until one day “everything changes and her dreams start magically coming true… but the godfather of all this good fortune is the Devil himself. And to outwit him, she’ll have to journey through Dante’s Inferno.” There is no further news about Freeform’s Dante’s Inferno at this time.


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