November 17 will see the Apple TV+ premiere launch first two Matt Shankman-directed episodes of Godzilla spin-off series Monarch: Legacy of Monsters. The ten-episode drama stars Kurt Russell, Wyatt Russell, Anna Sawai, Kiersey Clemons, Ren Watabe, Mari Yamamoto, Anders Holm, Joe Tippett and Elisa Lasowski, and now gets an official trailer lend some inviting imagery into the opulent tale as inspired by Legendary’s Monsterverse which segues by next year into the hotly-anticipated Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire.
MONARCH: LEGACY OF MONSTERS Teases New Characters Of The Monsterverse Spin-Off Series From Apple TV+
Here’s a little taste for those of you still waiting for the upcoming Godzilla films from Takashi Yamazaki and Adam Wingard: Apple TV+ is spearheading its own take on Legendary’s Monsterverse iteration of the Toho franchise with Monarch: Legacy Of Monsters and new stills are out featuring the cast.
In what is a masterstroke of collaborative genius, director Ridley Scott teams helms the latest biographical piece on one of history’s most prolific and successful leaders, with Joaquin Phoenix in the titular role.
Apple TV+ subscribers looking to fly Air Idris next month needn’t look further than the new hostage thriller series, Hijack. Indeed it’s Idris Elba front and center doling out the heroics shepherded by creators George Kay (“Lupin,” “Criminal”) and Jim Field Smith (“Criminal,” “Truth Seekers”) who also directed the show.
The Gray Man and Knives Out cohorts Chris Evans and Ana de Armas are back at it again this time with Ghosted, the new action adventure comedy director Dexter Fletcher. The film is streaming exclusively on Apple TV+ and the company just launched its trailer on Monday.
Ask director Jon S. Baird and he’ll probably tell you that for the engineers of the classic Gameboy mainstay Tetris, the Cold War was a different kind of playing field. Thus, judging by the official trailer, I think Baird’s found a way to observe this angle almost perfectly, and you’re invited to check it out now at the bottom of the page.
Apple TV+ is revving up its engines for a new live-action televised take on Tatsuo Yoshida’s 1960s manga IP, Speed Racer. Multiple trade sources are discussing the series and there’s word that J.J. Abrams will exec produce the series via his Bad Robot banner, with Hiram Martinez (Snowpiercer, Get Shorty) co-writing and serving as showrunner.
Apple TV+ is partnering with actor Idris Elba (Sonic The Hedgehog 2, The Suicide Squad) on new thriller series order, Hijack, marking first project that will hail from Elba’s first-look deal with Apple TV+ and his Green Door Pictures signed in 2020.
Apple TV+ subs are welcome these days as the platform readies the new upcoming weekly eight-episode period drama, Pachinko, launching the first three epsiodes beginning March 25. Featuring across Korean, Japanese and English language, the show hails from creator Hugh Soo (The Terror, The Killing) and stars Yoon Yuh-jung (Minari), Lee Minho (Gangnam Blues), Jin Ha (Devs), and Kim Minha (After Spring).
Having earned their audience acclaim with Marvel’s movie franchises in the last seven years, directing duo Joe and Anthony Russo have since garnered plenty of clout as a producing powerhouse for hit films to this day.
It wasn’t that long ago that a fan film began stirring about to help bring cult comic book favorite, El Gato Negro, to the mainstream.