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Brendan Fraser is set to join Leslie Grace in Warner Bros and DC Films’ Batgirl. Although not confirmed, sources believe Fraser will play the supervillain Firefly in the picture.
Ghost Rider turns 50 next year, and Marvel is celebrating by giving the character his own series again. In fact, it looks like more than just Johnny Blaze will be involved. In a cryptic tweet sent by the House of Ideas Monday afternoon, it was revealed the publisher is calling 2022 the Year of Vengeance. With that, Marvel released a killer piece of artwork from Ryan Stegman and Marte Gracia.
Seen in the teaser piece is virtually every iteration of the Spirit of Vengeance Marvel fans have seen throughout the years. While the likes of Blaze, Danny Ketch, and Cosmic Ghost Rider are front and center, Robbie Reyes, Kushala, the Phantom Rider, Caleb from Ghost Rider: Trail of Tears, and a whole lot more are also included.
Though little is known about the series, a follow-up email from Marvel confirms the comic series will be an "all-new ongoing series" that launches at some point next year. It's unclear right now if Stegman or Gracia will be involved with interior artwork on the series. Marvel has already unveiled its solicitations for the month of January, so the earliest this new Ghost Rider series would hit the shelves at comic stores would be February.
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Hayden Christensen is staying in the fold of the Galactic Empire.
The actor will reprise the role of Anakin Skywalker, aka Darth Vader, in Ahsoka, the latest Star Wars live-action series from Lucasfilm and Disney+, multiple sources tell The Hollywood Reporter.
Netflix released the first trailer for their live-action Cowboy Bebop adaptation, premiering November 19 2021.