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Bette Midler Really Wants Hocus Pocus 3 Made Before People Start Dying

Terrifier 3 rounds out its presumably largely doomed cast. Get a look at Warner Bros’ latest animated Watchmen adaptation. M. Night Shyamalan’s concert thriller Trap gets rated. Plus, what’s coming on Evil and Psi Cops. To me, my spoilers!

Terrifier 3

Bloody-Disgusting reports Clint Howard, Antonella Rose, Krsy Fox and Jon Abrahams have joined the cast of Terrifer 3.

Untitled Ti West Project

A recent Tweet from Scott “Kid Cudi” Mescudi suggest he’s now collaborating with Ti West on a future project.


According to Variety,  seventh film in the V/H/S franchise is now scheduled for an October 4, 2024 release on Shudder. It will be comprised of five shorts, including Stork, directed by Jordan Downey, with screenplay by Downey and Kevin Stewart; Fur Babies, written and directed by Christian Long and Justin Long; Live and Let Dive, directed by Justin Martinez with a story by Martinez with Ben Turner and a screenplay by Turner; Dream Girl, directed by Virat Pal, written by Pal and Evan Dickson; Stowaway, directed by Kate Siegel and written by Mike Flanagan, plus a “special presentation” by Jay Cheel.

Hocus Pocus 3

During her recent appearance on Busy This Week, Bette Midler stared Hocus Pocus 3 better be made soon, because time is “barrel-assing to the finish line.”

I haven’t seen the script but I’ve heard rumblings, but I haven’t seen anything. But I think if they’re gonna [make it], they oughta, because time is not just marching, time is like, barrel-assing to the finish line. Get us while we’re still breathing.


According to Comic Book, M. Night Shyamalan’s Trap has been rated “PG-13” for “some violent content and brief strong language.”

Apartment 7A

Comic Book also has word the upcoming prequel to Rosemary’s Baby has been rated “R” for “some violent content and drug use.”

Watchmen Chapter 1

Warner Bros. has released a trailer for its new animated adaptation of Watchmen.

Scooby-Doo: The Live-Action Series

Showrunner Greg Berlanti provided Deadline with an update on his live-action Scooby-Doo TV series currently in development at Netflix.

One of my first jobs in this business was as a temp at Hanna-Barbera. I’d sit with Joe Barbera and Bill Hanna while they autographed animation cels. I would go in the morning and I would retrieve with my boss a bunch of these animation cels. I’d go to Bill Hanna’s office first. He was a very stoic guy. His office was very spare. And then came my favorite part of the day, going to see Joe Barbera. He was such a life force. He would sign the cels, but he would stop and regale me with the greatest stories. He was such a raconteur. He would tell stories of how Scooby was created and what they were thinking, and how it was the late ’60s and kids felt under assault by adults, and they felt overwhelmed and they needed to be empowered. When they pitched it to Bill Paley he was like, you need a dog or something. And that was the birth of Scooby-Doo. Joe was such a special storyteller, and I was so, wow. I’d always loved them as a kid. And again, with any of the properties be they Hanna-Barbera or DC or anything at Warners, you feel lucky to be the historian who helps usher them into a new generation. You just go back to the spirit and the DNA of what makes ’em special. With Scooby-Doo, we went out and heard pitches for a year and a half and finally found one that we really felt really captured it. I just was working on the pitch for it this morning, for the first episode. So we’re really pumped.


David’s adventures in remote viewing continue in the synopsis for “How to Save a Life,” today’s new episode of Evil.

Through remote viewing, David stumbles into the life of a man contemplating murder-suicide and the team rushes to find him. Sheryl carries out her plan to prevent baby Timothy from becoming the Antichrist.

[Spoiler TV]

Psi Cops

Finally, Adult Swim has released a clip from this week’s episode of Psi Cops.

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