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ICYMI - VENOM 2 Carnage Reveal, BLACK WIDOW Taskmaster Reveal and More


Here are the biggest stories for Tuesday, February 18, 2020.

We can't always cover everything. So here's everything you missed this morning. In Case You Missed It (ICYMI).

Warning: May contain spoilers!

Above Image: Humor: Super Moustache | Redditt - /DC_Cinematic

1. Venom 2 Set Video May Hint at Cletus Kasady's Carnage Transformation | Screenrant

It appears to show Cletus Kasady being confronted by police and transforming into Venom (pre-CGI).


2. Sam Esmail's BATTLESTAR GALACTICA Reboot Might Be Set in the Same Universe as Ronald D. Moore's Series | GeekTyrant


I thought yesterday this was a reboot which would be silly but a sequel could work.

“Sam called me and was very gracious, he didn’t pitch me the story so I don’t know. But he said his plans and he wasn’t going to re-start the show and recast it but he wanted to do something in the same universe. Sam’s amazing and I love Mr. Robot. I was like, you know, ‘You’re an amazing guy and amazing writer, go with god!'”

3. Doctor Who: 5 Worst Things The Doctor Did To Companions (& 5 Worst They Did To Him) | Screenrant


The Doctor is a hero but he's pretty shabby to his companions sometimes. #JusticeForMickey

4. ‘Amazing Stories’ Trailer Reveals Steven Spielberg’s Anthology Series for Apple TV+ | Collider

I love Amazing Stories and this could be epic. But is it enough to make me pay for another streaming service? Not yet.

5. Venom 2 and Morbius Get Further Connected to the MCU in Latest Sony Viral Marketing | MovieWeb

The fictional Instagram page for the MCU Eugene "Flash" Thompson (Tony Revolori) shared a fictional newspaper with the title "A vampire in New York". That's apparently a "Morbius the Living Vampire" reference. That or it's a reference to Eddie Murphy's 1995 flop Vampire in Brooklyn movie.


This is apparently teasing what Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige described as Spider-Man's  "superpower to cross cinematic universes" and the possibility that Sony's "Spider-Verse" could tie more directly into the MCU.

6. ‘Black Widow’ Promo Art Reveals Full Look At Taskmaster | Heroic Hollywood

Read our primer for a breakdown of who he is.

7. Harrison Ford on His Star Wars Return: "I Have No Idea What a Force Ghost Is, and I Don't Care" | io9


8. Moviefone being run by one employee & is worth 1% of its former value | Jo Blo


Another childhood memory destroyed.

9. Colin Trevorrow Reveals Animatronic Baby Triceratops For ‘Jurassic World 3’ | Heroic Hollywood


10. The Rise of Black Superheroes: A Black History Month Celebration | TV Guide


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Quote of the Day

"Truly wonderful, the mind of a child is." - Yoda
Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002)

On This Day: Tuesday, February 18, 2020

On this day: Pitch Black (2000) opened in US theaters on February 18, 2000.
The film developed from David Twohy's unused idea for Alien³ (1992) involving a space prison.

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