New Writer for Thor: Love and Thunder, Mark Ruffalo In Talks for Parasite Series, and more!

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New Writer for Thor: Love and Thunder

According to Variety, Marvel has brought on a new writer to work on their upcoming film Thor: Love and Thunder. Writer and director Taika Waititi will be joined by Jennifer Kaytin Robinson to help shape the script. There is no further news about Thor: Love and Thunder at this time.


Mark Ruffalo In Talks for Parasite Series

According to Collider, HBO is eying Mark Ruffalo to star in their upcoming series based on the Oscar-winning film Parasite. Parasite is the first non-english feature to win Best Picture at the Academy Awards, and the HBO series will continue to expand the the movie’s universe. There is no further news about HBO’s Parasite series at this time.


New Clue Director

After Jason Bateman stepped down as the director of Hasbro’s film adaptation of Clue, Hasbro reached out to director James Bobin, known for his work on Disney’s recent Muppets movies. Ryan Reynolds is still set to star in and produce the film, and writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, who wrote Deadpool and Deadpool 2, are working on the script. There is no further news about the Clue film at this time.


Marvel’s Spider-Man: Script Book

Insomniac Games is releasing a Marvel’s Spider-Man: Script Book. Lead writer Jon Paquette said that he hopes players and aspiring game writers alike can learn from reading the screenplay, and begin to understand how video game narratives are strung together. Marvel’s Spider-Man: Script Book is out today.


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