Link Tank: Netflix Might Release Knives Out 2 in Theaters

Knives Out 2 could be on the big screen, Riverdale has been canceled, Frog-Man might be in the MCU, and more in Link Tank!

As Netflix continues to struggle in 2022, the streaming service is considering releasing Knives Out 2 in theaters before it begins streaming.

“Considering that Knives Out immediately became a crowd-pleasing theatergoing experience, it initially came as a surprise that its sequels were picked up by Netflix. However, a new report by Bloomberg suggests that director Rian Johnson’s first follow-up to the 2019 whodunnit could receive a 45-day theatrical window.”

Read more at The A.V. Club

The beloved (but often controversial) CW show Riverdale is coming to a close after its 7th season on the air.

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“Pop’s diner is closing its doors for good: Riverdale will end its run on The CW at the conclusion of its upcoming seventh season, TVLine has learned. ‘I am a big believer in attempting to give series that have had long runs an appropriate sendoff,’ CW Chairman and CEO Mark Pedowitz said during an executive call Thursday. ‘We had a long conversation with [executive producer] Roberto [Aguirre-Sacasa] yesterday, who is thrilled by this news, and we will treat the show in the manner it deserves…. We want to make sure it goes out the right way.”

Read more at TV Line

Chris Hemsworth stars in a new action flick for Netflix called Spiderhead, alongside Miles Teller and the director of Top Gun: Maverick.

“Netflix on Tuesday dropped off the official trailer for its upcoming sci-fi thriller Spiderhead, starring Chris Hemsworth. The movie, helmed by Top Gun: Maverick director Joseph Kosinski, sees Hemsworth don an American accent as a pharmaceutical genius named Steve Abnesti, who runs experimental tests on prisoners in exchange for shortening their sentences. Based on the George Saunders short story ‘Escape From Spiderhead,’ which was first published in The New Yorker, the film also stars Miles Teller and Jurnee Smollet as lovestruck prisoners who rebel against Steve at the namesake penitentiary.”

Read more at Hype Beast

We all know that the velociraptors in Jurassic Park didn’t really look like they would have in prehistoric times, but how accurately portrayed are the other dinos?

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“The Jurassic Park franchise is exceedingly popular for many different reasons. There are complex characters, stunning visuals, and thrilling terror. Then, of course, there are the dinosaurs. Jurassic Park‘s unique idea of cloned dinosaurs, and its groundbreaking CGI, gave us a dinosaur film we never thought we’d have. Not only that, but the franchise does features numerous dinosaur species that actually did once exist. This makes the films, especially appealing to every dinosaur enthusiast out there.”

Read more at The Mary Sue

Man, the world really didn’t end up like Blade Runner predicted 2019 would be like, did it?

“As a genre, science fiction has long provided a way for audiences to imagine the future and their places in it. A lot of the best sci-fi films of prior decades pictured what life would be like in the years to come. Such movies asked: What would America and the world look like in the 1980s? What about the 1990s? The 2000s? Well, now it’s 2022. We’ve lived through the future. We actually know what a lot of those years were like and, as it turns out, most of those movies were totally wrong!”

Read more at Gizmodo

Was that Frog-Man in the trailer for She-Hulk? If so, you’re probably wondering who the heck is Frog-Man?!

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“The first trailer for She-Hulk: Attorney at Law features a number of unexpectedly wacky moments and goofy images. From Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany) literally carrying a Tinder date to bed, to Walters and Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) drinking at a bar while in their hulk forms, the She-Hulk teaser does a good job of selling what an odd ride MCU fans are in for when the series premieres in August.”

Read more at Inverse