Star Trek: Discovery Season 4 Begins Production, Resident Evil Film Casting, and more!

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Star Trek: Discovery Season 4 Begins Production

Production has begun on Season 4 of Star Trek: Discovery. Writer Michelle Paradise announced it on twitter by simply saying, “Season 4, here we go!” Season 3 of Star Trek: Discovery is currently being released on CBS All Access.


Resident Evil Film Casting

According to Deadline, Donal Logue (Gotham) has joined the cast of Sony’s Resident Evil prequel as Brian Irons. Irons is the corrupt Chief of Raccoon City Police Department. Chad Rook (The Flash) and Lily Gao (The Handmaid’s Tale) have also been cast for the film.


Pedro Pascal’s Sci-Fi Film Prospect

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Netflix released a new trailer and two gadget-filled posters for their film Prospect starring Pedro Pascal, star of The Mandalorian. The movie follows a teenage girl and her father as they travel to a remote alien moon, aiming to strike it rich, before they’re greeted by the ruthless inhabitants of the alien moon. Prospect premieres on Netflix today.


Sweet Tooth Casting

According to Deadline, Aliza Vellani has been promoted to series regular on Netflix’s upcoming Sweet Tooth adaptation. Vellani plays Rani Singh, “the warm and loving wife of Dr. Singh, who must find her fortitude to survive in a post-pandemic world.” There is no further news about Sweet Tooth at this time.


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