Noch mehr ComicCon-Trailer, unter anderem zum Serien-Remake von Snowpiercer von Graeme Manson (Cube, Orphan Black), das genauso aussieht, wie der Film, nur mit Jennifer Connelly statt Tilda Swinton und Daveed Diggs statt Chris Evans. Das Original von Bong Joon-ho (Okja, The Host) gehört zu meinen Lieblings-SciFi-Filmen der letzten Jahre und ob die Serie hier einen neuen Ansatz finden kann, weiß ich nicht. Ich bin mal vorsichtig optimistisch.
Set more than seven years after the world has become a frozen wasteland, Snowpiercer centers on the remnants of humanity, who inhabit a gigantic, perpetually-moving train that circles the globe. Class warfare, social injustice and the politics of survival play out in this riveting television adaptation.
Ansonsten weitere Clips und Trailer zu The Expanse, Harley Quinn, Supergirl, The Flash, The Arrow, The Man in the high Castle, Black Lightning und den Star Trek Shorts.
Coming December 13, 2019, only on Amazon Prime Video. With the Ring Gates now open to thousands of new planets, a blood-soaked gold rush begins, igniting new conflicts between Earth, Mars, and the Belt. Meanwhile, on one unexplored planet, the Rocinante crew gets caught in a violent clash between an Earth mining corporation and desperate Belter settlers as deadly new threats from the protomolecule emerge.
She’s ready to take on Gotham on her own! Check out this first look at new animated series HARLEY QUINN, coming soon to the DC UNIVERSE digital service.
Star Trek: Short Treks returns with six new shorts starting this fall, only on CBS All Access. Debuted at San Diego Comic Con during the Star Trek: Universe panel in Hall H, Star Trek: Discovery season two favorites Ethan Peck (Spock) and Rebecca Romijn (Number One) announced that they, along with Captain Christopher Pike, played by Anson Mount, will be returning to the “Star Trek” franchise with three U.S.S. Enterprise-focused Star Trek: Short Treks. The trailer also revealed the titles for the six upcoming new shorts: “Ask Not,” “Q&A,” “The Trouble with Edward,” “The Girl Who Made the Stars,” “Ephaim and Dot” and “Children of Mars.”