Baseball’s classic film Field of Dreams is getting a TV show adaptation on Peacock.
“Fresh off the ‘Field of Dreams’ game between the Yankees and White Sox that captivated the sport last week, Peacock announced that it will develop the movie into a TV drama series written by Mike Schur, the creator of NBC’s ‘The Good Life’ and “Parks and Recreation.”
Could Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness be Marvel’s first foray into a real horror movie? Writer Michael Waldron weighs in.
“Just eight years ago, the man who wrote Loki Season 1 and Marvel’s highly-anticipated Doctor Strange sequel was interning for Dan Harmon. The script for Waldron’s new wrestling drama, Heels, was already written when he was ‘scrubbing toilets at the Rick and Morty office,’ he explained during his speech to a packed crowd at the Heels premiere party last week in Los Angeles.”
Avatar Legends: The Roleplaying Game has raised nearly $2 million on Kickstarter, meaning the tabletop RPG could become a reality.
“Avatar Legends: The Roleplaying Game Kickstarter has absolutely blown through its $50k goal, and according to CBR, they achieved this within the first 16 minutes of the campaign. With a month left to go, I have no doubt that they’re going to push past the $2 million marks, which they’re already closing in on today—day 2 of the campaign.”
Daryl and Carol are getting their own spinoff to The Walking Dead, but how will it differentiate itself from the rest of the shows?
“This week may mark the beginning of the end for The Walking Dead, but like the zombies on the show itself, it’s pretty damn hard to kill. The final season is broken into three eight-episode arcs that will air into next year. Fear the Walking Dead is still on. A new season of World Beyond is coming. There’s also a Rick Grimes movie, an anthology show called Tales of the Walking Dead, and a spinoff show about fan-favorite characters Carol and Daryl.”
Download the Stranger Things DLC while you can in Dead by Daylight, because it won’t be around for much longer.
“Dead by Daylight, the massively popular survival horror game released by Behaviour Interactive in 2016, is going to lose its various Stranger Things-themed content on November 17, the studio announced today. But not before all that Stranger Things DLC and such are marked down 50 percent for a last-chance sale.”
Check out Amy, Explained, Miss America, and more of the best documentaries streaming on Netflix right now.
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