Geek movie and TV news is flying this week, and we round it up here.

Blake Lively will produce and star in the Netflix feature adaptation of Lady Killer, the Dark Horse comic written by Joelle Jones and Jamie S. Rich, with art by Joelle Jones and colors by Laura Allred, the company announced. Diablo Cody, who won an Oscar for Juno, will adapt the screenplay.  Mike Richardson and Keith Goldberg of Dark Horse Entertainment, and Blake Lively and Kate Vorhoff for B for Effort will produce.

Hannah John-Kamen (Ant-Man and the Wasp), Brave New World) will star in the Millennium Media Red Sonja feature, according to The Hollywood Reporter.  Millennium pulled back on the project back in 2019 when then-director Bryan Singer ran into allegations of sexual misconduct and assault (see "’Red Sonja’ Tabled"), but it is now apparently full speed ahead. Joey Soloway is now the director and co-writer, along with Tasha Huo (the animated Tomb Raider showrunner), according to the report.  Gail Simone has been consulting on the project, which is based on the Dynamite Entertainment Red Sonja, "since almost day one," she Tweeted today.

HBO has released three images from House of the Dragon, the spinoff set in the Game of Thrones universe 300 years before the base series.  They show Olivia Cooke, Rhys Ifans, Steve Toussaint, Emma D’Arcy, and Matt Smith, who join Paddy Considine as King Viserys I, a Targaryen (see "’Game of Thrones’ Spinoff Casting").

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Paramount+ has released key art and a new trailer (see below) for its upcoming Rugrats reboot.  The first set of episodes will drop May 27, reuniting many of the original cast (see "New ‘Rugrats’").  The series will head to Nickelodeon at some point after the Paramount+ window.

The CW has renewed DC Comics’ Stargirl and Kung Fu for additional seasons, the network announced.  Stargirl was renewed for a third season ahead of its Season 2 debut in August, and Kung Fu was renewed after its premiere last month.

After coming in second in its first weekend in the U.S. (see "’Demon Slayer’ Opens Big in U.S."), the anime feature Demon Slayer was the top movie in U.S. theaters last weekend, according to Media Play News.