Oscar Isaac is Moon Knight. Whoever that is...

ALSO: We get a look at the new Batwoman. AND: Kate Winslet breathes in.

Oscar Isaac in Moon shot

Actor Oscar Isaac, still best known for playing Fartman in the family movie Lenny The Wonder Dog, is taking a shot at playing another superhero. Word has it that he’s in talks to star in the upcoming Moon Knight TV show for Disney+.

I have always been way more of a DC guy than a Marvel guy, so Moon Knight is a character that I mostly only know by name. Apparently:

“Moon Knight” tells the story of Marc Spector, an elite soldier and mercenary who decides to fight crime after he becomes the human avatar of Khonshu, the Egyptian god of the moon.

Source: Variety

[NOTE: I’ve done some research and apparently Fartman wasn’t a superhero at all. It’s a surname. Isaac played Detective Fartman in the movie Lenny The Wonder Dog. You can find out more about this movie HERE.]

Oscar Isaac Life Itself

First look at new Batwoman

Here’s Javicia Leslie as the new Batwoman, replacing Ruby Rose.

I don’t understand why publicity release pictures like this of actors in superhero outfits. They always look a bit dumb. Why not release some screenshots from actual filming with the actor in action as we would see them on the show itself?

At least this is a bit cooler looking:

Source: Deadline


TeeVee Snacks

  • According to PETA, when Y: The Last Man (an upcoming FX series based on one of my favourite comic series) returns to production, it will be with a completely CGI monkey. One of the regular characters is a helper monkey. Read: ComicBook.com

  • Adam Sandler will star in Netflix’s untitled adaptation of Jaroslav Kalfar’s novel The Spaceman of Bohemia . Read: Variety

  • 16.8 million people watched the Trump 60 Minutes interview. That’s the most people to watch a non-sport event in 2020. Source: Variety

  • Joel Stein pens an essay detailing the many pitches he made to Quibi. None of which they bought. Source: THR

  • Babylon Berlin has been greenlit for a fourth season. You haven’t watched Babylon Berlin? It’s really incredible TV. You should press play - it’s on Netflix in most territories. Read: C21


Na’vi news

From the hype machine for Avatar 2, coming to cinemas at Christmas 2022.


Trailer Park

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 4 debuts on Netflix Dec 31.

Selena: The Series debuts on Netflix on Dec 4.

A teaser for George Clooney’s upcoming movie The Midnight Sky. The proper trailer is due tomorrow, with the film due on Netflix in December.

The Dry is an Australian film going to cinemas on New Years Day. It stars Eric Bana and is directed by Robert Connolly (Balibo).

Kids show Doug Unplugs debuts on Apple TV+ on Nov 13.


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