A new set photo from the second season of DC Universe’s “Titans” has popped up on Reddit and reveals a first look at Chelsea T. Zhang as Rose Wilson, aka Ravager. In the comics, Rose Wilson is the illegitimate daughter of Slade Wilson/Deathstroke and gouges out her own eye to prove her loyalty to her father who brainwashes her into becoming his apprentice. She eventually pushes back against him and allies herself with the Teen Titans.
Firebird Pictures is set to adapt the snowboarding thriller “Shiver” for television. Elizabeth Kilgarriff (“Luther,” “McMafia”) executive produces this adaptation of former freestyle snowboarder and surfer Allie Reynolds’ debut novel which will be published in 2021.
The story is set in the French Alps and follows five friends who reunite years after taking part in a snowboarding competition, where their friend Saskia disappeared. While in a deserted lodge on top of a mountain, the secrets of the past come to light. [Source: Deadline]
IT: Chapter 2
New Line has posted a new TV spot for Andy Muschietti’s “IT: Chapter Two”. There’s only a couple of new shots on display in the spot for the film which opens September 6th and continues the story 27 years later as the now grown up Losers Club reunite to stop Pennywise once and for all.
Don’t Worry Darling
After nearly eighteen separate bidders fought for it (essentially everyone but Disney), New Line is the one to have won the deal to finance and distribute actress turned “Booksmart” filmmaker Olivia Wilde’s “Don’t Worry Darling” which she will direct and star in.
Roy Lee, Kate Silberman and Miri Yoon will produce the $20 million-budgeted psychological thriller about a 1950s housewife whose reality begins to crack, revealing a disturbing truth underneath. Shane & Carey Van Dyke penned the original script while Wilde and Kate will rewrite and tailor the script to Wilde’s vision. [Source: Deadline]
HBO has premiered the new trailer for the third and final season of its porn drama “The Deuce”. The show chronicles the rise of the porn culture in New York from the early 1970s through the mid-1980s, a rough-and-tumble world of the sex trade which begins its climb from Mafia-backed massage parlors and film labs to legitimacy and cultural permanence. The series returns September 9th.