It’s been a brisk couple of days for geek showbiz news, which we round up here.

Marvel has released a trailer for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (below), the new Disney+ series that begins streaming March 19.  Originally scheduled to drop last August, production was shut down due to Covid and the release delayed (see "’Falcon and Winter Soldier’ News").

Netflix has released a trailer for the new animated series Pacific Rim: The Black (below).  Based on Guillermo Del Toro’s epic battle between Kaiju and robotic Jaegers, the series follows a teenage boy and his younger sister as they pilot an abandoned Jaeger across a hostile landscape in search of their parents (see "Netflix Adds new Anime").

A new Japanese trailer has been released for Warner Bros. and Legendary’s Godzilla vs. Kong, with new, previously unreleased footage (below).  The film is due for release March 26 (see "’Godzilla vs. Kong’ Moved Up").

Mattel is developing a live-action action heist comedy feature based on Uno, the company announced.  The film, which is set in the underground hip hop world of Atlanta, will be produced by Mattel, Atlanta rapper Lil Yachty, and Quality Control’s Kevin "Coach K" Lee, Pierre "P" Thomas and Brian Sher for Quality Films.  Uno has been a hot brand in the Covid era, placing on the ICv2 Top Hobby Channel Card Games chart for Summer 2020 (see "Pro: Hobby Channel Card Games Chart-Summer 2020").

As if Pokemon needed any more heat (see "Another ‘Pokemon TCG’ Record"), the final 12 episodes of Pokemon Journeys: The Series, the 23rd season, will drop exclusively on Netflix on March 5, the Pokemon Company announced.

The final six episodes of Wynonna Earp S4 will begin airing on Syfy March 5, according to The Hollywood Reporter.  Season 4 will be the final season, THR reports.  The first half of S4 aired last summer; production on the final episodes was delayed by Covid (see "’Wynnona Earp’ S4").