More geek showbiz news has come in, and it's time to do a round-up.

Sony Pictures has pushed back the release of Venom: Let There Be Carnage according to Variety. The movie was most recently set to release on June 25, but now its new release date is September 17. This sequel to Venom was announced back in 2019 (see "'Venom' Sequel, Lasseter Resurfaces, More 'Dune' Casting").    

Warner Bros. and DC Films are developing an Hourman film with Chernin Entertainment according to Deadline. This adaptation will be written by Gavin James and Neil Widener, and it will be the first DC property to be developed by Chernin. The Hourman character recently appeared in the Stargirl TV series, and was portrayed by actor Cameron Gellman (see "New Poster, Trailer, Cast Info for 'Stargirl'").

The 2020 Japanese box office standout Demon Slayer – Kimetsu No Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train will hit North American theaters on April 23. In 2020, Demon Slayer became the highest-grossing movie in Japanese box office history, according to Deadline, dethroning Miyazaki's Spirited Away (see "Miyazaki Film Sets Japan Box Office Record").   

HBO is developing new concepts for Game of Thrones spinoffs according to Deadline. One of the spinoffs is reported to be based off of 9 Voyages aka Sea Snake, Flea Bottom and 10,000 Ships. This project has Bruno Heller back on board as part of a creative team. There is also a possible Game of Thrones animated series in the works and as previously mentioned, an adaptation of the Tales of Dunk & Egg novellas (see "New 'Game of Thrones' Prequel in the Works").

Tiffany Haddish will produce and star in the Netflix adaptation of Mystery Girl according to Deadline. Mystery Girl, created by Paul Tobin and Alberto Alburquerque, was published by Dark Horse comics. This feature will be produced by Haddish's She Ready Productions and the team of Mike Richardson and Keith Goldberg from Dark Horse Entertainment (see "Dark Horse Signs 'First Look' Deal with Netflix").

SyFy has renewed Resident Alien for S2 according to TV Line. The series based on a Dark Horse comic (see "Dark Horse Omnibizes 'Resident Alien'") premiered in January and has since racked up 9.3 million viewers across all platforms and NBCU networks.