Geek showbiz news and trailers have been pouring in and we round it all up here.

David Zaslav, currently Discovery CEO and the future CEO of the company formed by the combination of WarnerMedia and Discovery (see "WarnerMedia Deal Deets") announced the name of the new company to WarnerMedia employees from the studio lot in Burbank Tuesday.  The new company will be called Warner Bros. Discovery, and initially be accompanied by "the stuff that dreams are made of," a line from Warner Bros. film Maltese Falcon.

In other news from the WarnerMedia deal, current WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar, who famously oversaw aggressive cost-cutting and a big pivot toward streaming, says he is staying at least through the end of the year.  He made the remarks in a company-wide address last week, according to Media Play News.

The other big May media deal has now been officially announced: Amazon will acquire MGM for $8.45 billion; when originally leaked, the deal was reported to be for around $9 billion (see "Amazon in Talks to Acquire MGM").  MGM’s assets include over 4,000 films (including the James Bond franchise) and 17,000 TV shows.

Amazon has released a trailer for The Tomorrow War, the near future science fiction film starring Chris Pratt and directed by Chris McKay (The Lego Batman Movie).  Time travelers arrive from 2051 to recruit help to fight for the survival of humanity.  The film is being released July 2, 2021 (see "Best in Shows – 2021").

DC has revealed key members of the cast of the upcoming Netflix series The Sandman. Death will be played by Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Desire by Mason Alexander Park, Despair by Donna Preston, Johanna Constantine by Jenna Coleman, Young Ethel Cripps by Niamh Walsh, Ethel Cripps by Joely Richardson, John Dee by David Thewlis, Rose Walker by Kyo Ra, Lyta Hall by Razane Jammal, Unity Kincaid by Sandra James young, Gilbert by Stephen Fry, and Matthew the Raven by Patton Oswalt (voice).  A number of other cast members were previously announced (see "’The Sandman’ Casting").

Nickelodeon has released a teaser trailer for the second SpongeBob Squarepants spin-off, The Patrick Star Show, which will debut on Nickelodeon in July.  It features a younger Petrick living at home with his family.  The first SpongeBob spin-off, Kamp Koral (see "’Spongebob’ Animated Series"), was a 2021 release on Paramount+.