New DAREDEVIL Costume Teased, MARVEL Screenwriter Joins MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE, More

Daredevil season 2 logo
Daredevil season 2 logo
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Matt Murdock may have only gotten his tactical red suit in the final moments of season 1 of Netflix's Daredevil, but that's not stopping the show's official Twitter account from teasing some upgraded threads for season 2.

Created in-story by Melvin Potter - known in comic books as the villainous Gladiator - Daredevil's tactical suit was designed to take on Wilson Fisk in the show's climactic battle. Although somewhat obscured, the costume in this box has notable differences from the one seen at the end of the first season.

Daredevil season 2 is currently filming for a 2016 release.


Masters of th Universe: The Movie Adaptation
Masters of th Universe: The Movie Adaptation
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According to Variety, Thor: Ragnarok co-screenwriter Chris Yost has been tapped by Sony Pictures and Escape Artists to pen a new draft of the script for their Masters of the Universe reboot.

Yost is known for his extensive comic book work, and for his work on the first two Thor films. Yost and longtime writing partner Craig Kyle are currently in the process of scripting Thor: Ragnarok, which is set for a July 28, 2017 release date.

This would be the second attempt to bring Masters of the Universe to the big screen. A previous version, hailed by many as a cult classic, failed to resonate with critics or fans when it was released in 1987.

No release date has been set for Sony's Masters of the Universe reboot.


Protocol Orphans
Protocol Orphans
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BOOM!'s PROTOCOL ORPHANS To Receive TV Adaptation

Deadline reports that the BOOM! Studios graphic novel Protocol Orphans is set to receive at TV adaptation through 20th Century Fox TV.

Created by Peter Facinelli and Rob DeFranco, and written by Michael Alan Nelson with art from Mariano Navarro, Protocol Orphans tells the story of a family of foster children trained as covert government operatives.

Writer Amanda Segel will pen the TV adaptation, and will co-produce alongside BOOM! CEO Ross Richie, and President of Development Steven Christy.

No release date has been set.


Valerian and the Empire of A Thousand Plantets
Valerian and the Empire of A Thousand Plantets
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According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sin City actor Clive Owen has joined director Luc Besson's sci-fi epic Valerian, based on a longrunning French comic book. 

Owen joins Dane DeHaan, who plays the titular Valerian, a time and space-traveling hero, and Cara Delevigne, who plays his love interest and companion Laureline. Not much is known about Owen's character, other than his name, Commander Arun Filitt.

Valerian hits theaters July 21, 2017.

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